One of my homestead goals for 2017 is to learn how to use essential oils more. If you’re like me, you’ve used essential oils from a bunch of different companies, constantly searching for the best oil. I was one of those people who thought, “an oil is an oil is an oil, it doesn’t matter what company it comes from–they are all the same.” And friends, I will tell you that I was SO WRONG.
I recently bought some Melaleuca oil (tea tree) from a nameless company and I was so disappointed in the quality that I finally said to myself, ‘self, stop spending your money on the cheap, low-quality oils and get the good stuff.’ So I got the good stuff by immediately signing up for DoTerra (you can open a wholesale account here and get 25% off all of their products right away). I don’t want anyone else to waste their money on cheap oils, so I’m sharing the 10 most popular oils with you in my brand new eBook for 2017:
How to use essential oils
This guide was made for people who are already familiar with essential oils–maybe you’ve used some from a friend, or maybe you have your own stash of oils but aren’t sure what to do with them.
✔ Which 10 essential oils you need
✔ How the plants and oils have been used in past
✔ Ways to use each essential oil today in your home
✔ How to make a salve with essential oils
✔ My favorite tea blends with essential oils
✔ How to get 25% off of these essential oils
This is priceless information for you and your family, showing you how you can use your essential oils aromatically (air/inhale), topically (skin), and internally. This is a must have guide especially if you love to make your own natural remedies for wellness.
Essential oil Safety
- The only essential oils I recommend for internal use are from DoTerra and only if they have the supplement facts on them. They will say how to dilute the essential oil for internal use.
- If you are unsure if you should dilute your oils or not, just dilute them 🙂 My favorite carrier oil is sweet almond oil.
- Avoid sensitive areas when applying oils; eyes, ears, nose, etc.
- This is NOT a must, but I do wash my hands after applying some oils (usually after oregano or peppermint)
Looking to share?
I am currently interviewing women who want to share DoTERRA’s oils with others by joining my oil tribe. If you’re interested check out this page and let’s chat!