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Staring at your computer for hours or listening to kids whine after a long day can bring on nasty symptoms like light and sound sensitivity, a tight neck, and a stiff jaw. With enough triggers, these minor irritations can send most people’s tolerance over the edge. For times like these, create a roll-on chock-full of essential oils that provide relief.

December 27, 2017

The decisions you make every day influence your personal health. Whether you decide to have that donut laden with trans fat and sugar or choose to run on the treadmill for 30 minutes ultimately affects your long-term health. The more good choices we make each day the better our health and the lower our risk for disease. But what if your decisions today affected not only your health but the health of your offspring for generations to come. As weird as this may sound, the field of epigenetics suggests this may be something we should consider as we make our daily choices.

November 1, 2017

To anyone who has ever had a cough, it is a common perception that nighttime brings on the worst of any cough.  Especially as  adults, a cough can last longer than it should because we don’t get proper sleep and enough rest to allow our bodies to heal.  Getting to sleep, and staying asleep, can make all the difference in how quickly we return to health.  Try taking ImmuPro capsules at least 30 minutes before bed to help relax your body and support your natural immune system, in addition to the other oils you’re taking for your cough and for sleep.  Lavender and RC may be applied to the chest and back as well.

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October 26, 2017

Identified by its warm and earthy, yet mildly sweet aroma, carrot seed essential oil has a long history of being used in ancient medicine, thanks to multiple healing properties. Together, its constituents provide users with an array of health and beauty benefits. This is particular true of two of its main ingredients, carotol and camphene. Here are the top benefits associated with these two constituents.

October 10, 2017

With a scent reminiscent of an apple pie fresh out of the oven, cinnamon bark essential oil has a familiar and comforting scent that makes it a favorite of aromatherapists. Cinnamon bark is made up of several constituents, including eugenol, and its’ most active ingredient, cinnamaldehyde. These two constituents are primarily responsible for many of the health and beauty benefits cinnamon bark oil has to offer. Here’s a quick look at some of its top benefits.

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