Posts Tagged ‘aromatherapy’



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There are wonderful babies springing up all around during this time of year! It’s everyone’s goal to get this new life started out in a healthy way. Young Living Essential Oils has products that have been used by others for this very purpose! Dr. Gary Young designed an essential oil blend specially for his wife who was expecting! It’s called Gentle Baby $52.30-retail ($39.75-wholesale) and has been used for mothers,  stretch marks (his wife applied it before she gave birth and didn’t have stretch marks!), soothing, babies and children.

Let’s take the baby that has gas/colic as an example.

Some people use DiGize $42.11-retail ($32-whls.) and dilute down 1 drop of DiGize to 20 drops of carrier oil  (such as V-6 Enhanced Vegetable Oil Complex, extra-virgin olive oil, or coconut oil). Then they use 1-3 drops of this solution on the tummy after their little one has eaten and as needed.

Also, the KidScents MightyVites $31.25-retail ($23.75-whls.) can be broken down and put into something so the baby can take it internally if possible. MightyVites provides enzymes for small children. Also, at a different time in the day 1 capsule of Life 5 can also be given, in the same manner, to promote the good flora and restore the body. 
These are especially important if the baby is not breast-fed. Certain enzymes that are essential to the health of a child are not present in formulas.
If I were the mom who breast-feeds her baby, I would also work on improving my health so I could pass the necessary support along to the child. I would suggest taking high amounts of:Allerzyme, for enzymes, digestion and elimination, $42.76-retail ($32.50-whls.); 3-4 capsules with every meal,Sulfurzyme, $72.04-retail ($54.75-whls.) in capsule form or powder $58.88-retail ($44.75-whls.); to feed the good bacteria/flora of the gut,Life 5-Probiotic, $32.57-retail ($24.75-whls.); 3 capsules with every evening meal, and

NingXia Red, for antioxidants, immune and health support,  $52.30-retail ($39.75-whls.); up to 8 oz/day.

This will go a long way to help. There is a book called Gentle Babies by Debra Rayburn designed just for these kinds of questions.
If you have any questions or you would like to purchase these or other Young Living products, write me, Patricia Tripi, at patricia.tripi@gmail.comMay God bless you and your family!

Thank you Chris Behl and my terrific up-line for this info!

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Everyone loves the smell of Peppermint! It has a clean, fresh, minty aroma! But no one seems to know how to use Peppermint essential oil for aromatherapy. So I did a little studying and this is what I have found.

The Essential Oils Desk Reference talks about Peppermint on page 2.74. This is what it says:
“Medical Properties: Anti-inflammatory, anti-tumoral, anti-parasitic (worms), anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-fungal, gallbladder/digestive stimulant, pain relieving, curbs appetite.”

“Uses: Rheumatism/arthritis, respiratory infections (pneumonia, tuberculosis, etc.), obesity, viral infections (herpes simplex, herpes zoster, cold sores, human papilloma virus, etc.), fungal infections/Candida, digestive problems, headaches, nausea, skin conditions (itchy skin, varicose veins, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis), scoliosis/lumbago/back problems.”

“Fragrant Influence: Purifying and stimulating to the conscious mind. Dr. William N. Dember of the University of Cincinnati found that inhaling peppermint oil increased mental accuracy by 28%. Alan Hirsch, MD, researched peppermint’s stimulation of the brain’s satiety center (ventromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus) to curb appetite. When inhaled, it improves/restores sense of taste by stimulating the trigeminal nerve. University of Kiel researchers found that peppermint blocked headache pain”

I also found some tips here:
* Add a drop of peppermint essential oil to herbal tea to help aid normal digestion.
* Massage several drops of peppermint essential oil on the abdomen, place a drop on wrists, or inhale to soothe the minor stomach discomfort associated with travel.
* Rub one drop of peppermint essential oil on the temples, forehead, over the sinuses (careful to avoid contact with your eyes), and on the back of the neck to relieve head pressure.
* Place 2 drops of peppermint essential oil on the tongue and rub another drop of oil under the nose to help improve concentration and alertness.
* Apply peppermint essential oil to the back of the neck and shoulders throughout the day to keep energy up.
* Inhale peppermint essential oil, apply topically to your temples or neck, or put a drop on your tongue or in water to jump-start your morning routine.
* Diffuse or inhale peppermint essential oil mid-morning to curb the desire to snack.
* Inhale peppermint essential oil or rub a drop on to your abdomen to soothe minor stomach discomfort.

Whoa! That sounds like an oil you would like to have on hand! If you decide to get some, please let me know so I can help you set up an account and order a bottle of Peppermint as a complementary service!

~Patricia Tripi

If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to contact me.
E-mail: patricia.tripi@gmail.com

Have a good and healthy day!

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In the audio, “Oils of Ancient Scripture,” you will hear about “Mankind’s First Medicine”. In fact, there are over 200 references to aromatics, incense, and ointments throughout the Old and New Testaments of the Bible (36 of the 39 books of the Old Testament and 10 of the 27 books of the New Testament mention essential oils or the plants that produce them.) Who do you know is suffering from bone pain, cold hands and feet, swollen ankles, blood sugar problems, balding, skin blemishes, sadness, sleeplessness, or attention problems?  Come and hear about Frankincense, Myrrh, Cedarwood, Cypress, Sandalwood, Cassia, Hyssop, Myrtle, Rose of Sharon, and more amazing oils! And listen to why Young Living is in a class by itself. You won’t want to miss this!!!

Oils of Ancient Scripture- audio

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