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Coriander Essential Oil; Happiness in a bottle

Coriander happens to be one of my very favorite essential oils, especially when blended with sweet orange. The floral-sweet-green-lively scent puts a smile on my face every time I open the bottle. I use it in almost every blend I make (if possible…some blends it doesn’t suit).

If you think you don’t like coriander essential oil, try sniffing a whiff of its lovely aroma and tell me you didn’t smile 🙂

Read on for more info about this awesome essential oil!

Coriander Essential Oil

Botanical Name: Coriandrum sativum

Plant Part: Seeds

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

Origin: India

Description: This annual or biennial plant is a native of Morocco and grows to about 1 meter (3 feet) in height. It has sparse, fine, feathery leaves and pinkish/white flowers. The brownish, globose seeds have a disagreeable smell until they ripen, when they take on their spicy aroma. The bright green delicate leaves, umbels of lace-like white flowers are followed by a mass of green (turning brown) round seeds. These seeds are hard and egg-shaped, borne in pairs, which do not separate. The Oleoresin has a strong aroma of coriander.

Color: Colorless to pale yellow clear liquid.

Common Uses: The therapeutic properties of Coriander Essential Oil include being analgesic, aphrodisiac, antispasmodic, carminative, depurative, deodorant, digestive, carminative, fungicidal, revitalizing, stimulant and stomachic. Coriander Oil can be useful to refresh and awake the mind. It can be used for mental fatigue, migraine pain, tension and nervous weakness. This oil’s warming effect is also helpful for alleviating pain such as rheumatism, arthritis and muscle spasms. There are some indications that it can also be useful in combating colds and flu.

Consistency: Thin

Note: Medium

Strength of Aroma: Medium

Blends well with: Coriander Essential Oil blends particularly well with Bergamot, Cinnamon Bark , Ginger, Grapefruit, Lemon, Neroli and Orange.

Aromatic Scent: Coriander Oil has a sweet, spicy, slightly fruity, herbaceous warm smell. It has been claimed by some aromatherapists that the aroma improves if allowed to age.

History: The Egyptians used Coriander seeds as an aphrodisiac. The Romans and Greeks used the seeds to flavor their wines and in India the seeds are used in their cooking. Coriander seeds were even found in the tomb of Tutankhamun. The Carmelite order in France used Coriander seeds to flavor their 17th century eau de toilette and it is still used in Chartreuse and Benedictine liqueurs.

Cautions: Avoid use during pregnancy.

Coriander, the herb of happiness

When I open the bottle a sharp, astringent scent punches out and fills the room. “This isn’t coriander!” I think. The aha moment comes when I realize it may be cilantro – the other part of the plant. I enjoy using coriander seed essential oil in perfumes and have had a couple of bottles of the essential oil that aged nicely to develop a lovely, sweet woody scent reminiscent of rosewood, thanks to the linalool that is present, up to 70% of the essential oil. Smaller percentages of components like thujene, pinene, terpinene and limonene contribute a sharp, herbal and lemony smell and add character as the oil ages. I can smell these in my new coriander supply currently aging on my shelf. Unripe seeds have a higher percentage of aldehydes including trans-2-decenal and decanal that likely add a sharp smell and are responsible for the fresh taste of the leaf, cilantro. The aldehyde C-11 or undecanal is also present in the leaves and is used in perfumes to provide a clean smell. The seeds when immature may smell strongly and be unpleasant but as they age the smell becomes citrusy, woody, spicy and complex. The taste also mellows in older seeds.

Coriander may be one of the oldest flavorings in the world, both seed and leaf. Ancient Egyptians used to bruise the seeds and mix it into their bread. The greens are one of the bitter herbs mentioned in the Bible to be used for Passover. Coriander has been used by the Chinese as a love potion and more recently finds a place in many of the world’s cuisines and all parts are used including the root. Many know the leaves as cilantro and enjoy the spicy citrus taste this herb adds to a variety of foods. Some people, however, detect an unpleasant soapy odor and strongly dislike the herb. Julia Child has been reported to say that she would pluck out any cilantro in her food and throw it on the floor. Distaste for cilantro may be genetic or it may be learned or a combination of both. Like many herbs and spices, coriander is known to be an antioxidant and anti-bacterial and may assist digestion. It is in the carrot/parsley family.

I like how I can get spice and wood from this lovely oil and how it tames cinnamon, if only a little bit. It also provides lift in heavy floral perfumes and is often found paired with rose or jasmine. Coriander was used in Carmelite water by fourteenth century nuns and in Eau de Carmes cologne – a Paris favorite for many years. With a little bit of rose geranium or palmarosa it may be used as a substitute for endangered rosewood in some blends.-from; http://bellyflowers.blogspot.com/2011/03/coriander-herb-of-happiness.html

Essential Oils that Benefit Organs & Organ Systems

When doing research for the best essential oils to use that will benefit the organ systems of the body, I came across a wonderful site Dr. Fosters Essentials, who, in my humble opinion, is one of the best out there. I wanted to share some important and very helpful information with those of you who may be interested in learning about the awesome powers of flowers, plants, resins, roots, berries, barks, and the amazing miracles essential oils can perform when used correctly.

From all the work, trials and experimentation I’ve done with essential oils, I have also found these to be true, Read on for some great information:

Essential Oils that benefit many organs & organ systems :from Dr. Fosters Essentials

Organs:

  • Brain: Frankincense, Migra-Stop (Ingredients: Peppermint, Marjoram, Cajeput, Basil and other essential oils for enhancement.), Grounding oil blend (Cedarwood, Vetiver, Lavender and other supportive herbs) Rosemary, Sandalwood, Peppermint, Lavender, Cedar, Vetiver, Brain Regain Formula
  • Sinuses: Germ Shield (Eucalyptus globulus, Peppermint, Melaleuca alternifolia and other essential oils in Jojoba oil) , Myrtle, Peppermint, Lemongrass, Eucalyptus, Ginger, Fir, Clove, Cedarwood, Breathe Again Formula
  • Ears: Helichrysum, Brain Regain Formula
  • Eyes: *Frankincense, Lavender, Clary Sage, Lemongrass, Eyebright FormulaBrain Regain Formula
  • Teeth: Clove, Black pepper, Peppermint, Cajeput, Roman chamomile, White Lotus, German Chamomile (teething)
  • Gums: *Myrrh, Geranium
  • Thyroid: Sweet Essence oil blend (Cypress, Cinnamon, Coriander, Fennel), Lemongrass, Spruce, Myrrh, myrtle, Female Magnetism Formula, Healthy Heart Formula
  • Heart: Ylang ylang, Helichrysum, Rose, Laurus Nobilis (angina), Lemon, Palmarosa, Rosemary, Neroli, Melissa, Tea tree, Lavender, *Healthy Heart Formula, Relaxing blend
  • Lungs: Pine, Ravensara, Eucalyptus, *Germ Shield, * Peppermint, Herp-Ez oil blend, Myrtle, Marjoram, Rosemary, Oregano, Thyme, Melissa, Hyssop, Ginger, Fir, Fennel, *Germ Blaster Formula, * EZ-Resp Formula
  • Kidneys: Juniper, Goldenrod, Grapefruit, Galbanum, Lemongrass, Kidney/Bladder Formula
  • Adrenals: Nutmeg, Sage, Spruce, Pine, Geranium, Female Harmony FormulaFemoPause Formula
  • Bladder/kidneys: Sandalwood, Rosemary, Lemongrass, Juniper, Yarrow, Kidney/Bladder Formula
  • Liver: Lemon, blue tansy, Geranium, Tsuga, Anise, Fennel, Mandarin, Orange, Tangerine, Rosemary, Peppermint, Laurus nobilis, Grapefruit, Roman Chamomile, Circulation blend, *L/GB Formula
  • Gallbladder:  *Lemon, Cypress, German Chamomile, Birch, Nutmeg, Yarrow,  *L/GB Formula

Organ Systems:

  1. Circulatory system: *Helichrysum, *Lemon, *Cypress, Pine, Black Pepper, Nutmeg, Grapefruit, Geranium, Tangerine, Blood Detox Formula, Circulation blend
  2. Digestive: Ginger, Fennel, Tarragon, Black Cumin, *Peppermint, *Sweet Essence oil blend, Lemongrass, Black pepper, Orange, Marjoram, Dill, Roman Chamomile, Spearmint, Thyme, Digestive Formula, Colon Cleanse Syrup
  3. Endocrine System
    1. Pancreas: *Sweet Essence oil blend, Dill, Coriander, Fennel, Geranium, Fleabane, Female Harmony Formula
    2. Reproductive system: Yarrow, Fennel, Sage, Clary Sage, Myrtle, Lavender, Geranium, Jasmine, Ylang ylang, Nutmeg, Spikenard, Sandalwood, Female Harmony Formula, FemoPause Formula, Female Magnetism Formula
    3. Prostate: Myrtle, Yarrow, *Prostate Formula
  4. Hair, Skin and Nails (Integumentary System):
    1. Hair: Ylang ylang, Rosemary, Lavender, Cedar
    2. Skin: Chamomile, Rosewood, Germ Shield, Lavender, Myrrh, Rose, Patchouli, Palmarosa, Sage, Tangerine, Peppermint, Myrtle, Juniper, Geranium, Elemi, Coriander, Clove, all Floral waters, *Healthy Cholesterol Formula, *Calcium From Herbs
  5. Immune system: Lemon, Ravensara, Cistus, Spikenard, *Herp-Ez oil blend (Geranium, Melissa, Ravensara), Frankincense, White Lotus, *Oregano, Mountain Savory, Tea tree, black cumin, Idaho tansy, *Echinacea Premium Formula, *Germ Blaster Formula, AntiViral blend (Eucalyptus, Oregano, Lemon, Lavender, Pine, Lemongrass, Clove and other essential oils), AntiFungal blend (Eucalyptus, Manuka, Tea Tree, Niaouli, Lemon Myrtle, Bay Laurel and other essential oils)
  6. Lymphatics: Tangerine, Cypress, Lemongrass, Grapefruit, Helichrysum, Myrtle, *Blood Detox Formula
  7. Nervous System: (regenerate) Geranium, Peppermint, Migra-Stop, Vitex (especially when there are tremors), Nutmeg, *Peaceful Nerves
  8. Structural System:
    1. Bones: *Birch, Wintergreen, *Calcium From Herbs Formula
    2. Joints:*Kidney/Bladder Formula, *Blood Detox Formula, *Tissue Repair Oil
    3. Ligaments: *Lemongrass, *Calcium From Herbs
    4. Muscular System: Marjoram, Calcium From Herbs
  9. Urinary System: Sandalwood, *Juniper, Lemongrass, Rosemary, Yarrow, *Kidney/Bladder Formula

There Are No Hopeless Situations:
There Are Only Men Who Have Grown Hopeless About Them.”
– Clare Boothe Luce

Aromatherapy Recipes; Mental Fatigue, Apathy-buster blend, Ease Exhaustion Blend, Romantic massage oil, Exotic aftershave recipe

Here are some great aromatherapy recipes to try!

essential oils for emotional well being

For Mental Fatigue (for use in diffuser, massage or bath):

Basil 20%, cardamom 20%, ginger root 20%, peppermint 20%, rosemary 20%.
(Aromatherapy Workbook – Marcel Lavabre, Healing Arts Press)

Enthusiasm/ Apathy-buster blend:

In 10ml of your choice of carrier oil, add 2 drops of clary sage, 1 drop of grapefruit or lemon and 1 drop of rosemary. (Aromatherapy for Healthy Legs and Feet, a guide for home use – Christine Westwood – Amberwood Publishing)

Blend to ease exhaustion

  • 2 drops coriander
  • 1 drop neroli
  • 2 drops lavender

Add to a bath. Then add the same oils to in 10ml (2 tsps) of carrier oil for a massage. This routine can also help improve sleep quality.
(The New Guide to Remedies – Parragon Publishing)

also try Yellowstar Essentials Exotica Massage Oil

Romantic massage oil:

Massage the formula into the back, neck and shoulders of your partner until the oil is fully absorbed in the skin. This treatment should be mutually reciprocated for best results.

  • Rosewood 5 drops,
  • cedarwood 5 drops,
  • jasmine 5 drops,
  • carrier oil 15ml (1Tbsp)

500 Formulas for Aromatherapy – Carol & David Schiller, Sterling Publishing Co.

Exotic Aftershave Recipe

by Pioneerthinking.com

This easy to make aftershave is sure to soothe any man’s skin. Give him a personalized gift from the heart. We are sure it will become his favorite.

Ingredients:

  • * 3 tablespoons witch hazel
  • * 5 tablespoons cider vinegar
  • * 5 tablespoons orange flower water
  • * 15 drops bergamot essential/fragrance oil
  • * 10 drops lemon essential/fragrance oil
  • * 8 drops neroli essential/fragrance oil

Directions:

Directions: Combine all the ingredients into a bottle, shake well. Set aside for 1 week. Shake once a day. Store in a cool dark area.

Great aromatherapy supplies; Coupons & Discounts too:

Mountain Rose Herbs: they carry all types of natural organic ingredients


Also, If you love Young Living Oils or are a Young Living Distributor try
Bella Mira therapeutic grade essential oils ..
test for yourself the difference…you will recieve a discounted price if you are already a distributor w/YL.

Bulk organic herbs, spices and essential oils. Sin

If you would like to receive a discount on therapeutic grade essential oils just sign up at Young Living and use MY Young Living Distributor # 1064822

OR see


MY AMAZON STORE : Click HERE

Coupons:

Also, NewDirectionsAromatics is a great place for essential oils;

NDA coupon code; (New Directions Aromatics)

The coupon is 19559 – it has no expiry but can only be used once.

FromNatureWithLove.com – FromNatureWithLove.com offers a large selection of 1,750+ natural ingredients used in skin care, hair care, cosmeceutical applications, massage, aromatherapy, spa products and herbal preparations. FNWL also offers a large selection of packaging supplies, bath accessories, natural body scrubs, books and equipment.

Fight Allergies Naturally ; Allergy Blend Recipe, Immune Boosting Essential Oils, Allergen Home Spray Recipe

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Spring with all it’s glory is in full swing for sure, there’s no better way for me to revel in all of it’s  magnificent beauty than to lace up my tennis shoes and enjoy a morning walk. Not only does it do my mind, body and spirit wonders; it really puts a smile on my face and gives me an extra boost that seems to last the rest of the day…

If you’re like me, as much as I enjoy being outside during spring, the pollen can really do a number on my sinuses, and I get terrible headaches, runny eyes, and a stuffy nose that runs from morning till night.  These natural remedies really do help.

  1. Neti Pot and saline rinse
  2. Local Honey
  3. Organic Apple Cider Vinegar
  4. Probiotics (boost immune system)
  5. Quercetin is a natural bioflavonoid that is said to help stabilize mast cells to keep them from releasing histamine. It is also a potent antioxidant that is said to help reduce inflammation. It is best used as a long term remedy and many people start taking it about 4-6 weeks before allergy season to help prevent allergy symptoms.As with any herb, you should check with your doctor before using, especially if you have a liver problem, are pregnant, or are on hormonal contraceptives.

    To Use: Though Quercetin is naturally found in foods like citrus and broccoli, it is very difficult to get the amount needed to relive allergies from food alone. A supplemental dose can be helpful for preventing allergies or helping acute symptoms. Not recommended during pregnancy or nursing though some practitioners feel it is safe after the first trimester and while nursing.

Allergy Relief Blend by Yellowstar Essentials

German Chamomile, Roman Chamomile, High Altitude Lavender, Blue Tansy, Melissa-Lemon Balm, Ravensara, Cajeput, Eucalyptus, Spikenard, Frankincense, Rosemary, Lemongrass, Fir, Niaouli,  Pine-Long Leaf, Pine Scotch, Spruce, Douglas Fir, Vetiver, and Wild Black Spruce.

The following essential oils can be used for relief of allergies :

  • Blue tansy,(Tanacetum annum True Moroccan blue Chamomile) – 25
  • all Chamomiles,(Roman-15, German-5, and Moroccan-5 – Ormensis multicaulis)
  • Melissa / lemon balm,-20
  • Rosemary-15
  • Lemongrass-20
  • Lavender, High Altitude-60
  • Ravensara,-30
  • Eucalyptus,-20
  • Fir,-25
  • Niaouli,-20
  • Spikenard,-10
  • Peppermint,-25
  • Pine-Long Leaf, – 20 drops
  • Pine Scotch, – 20 drops
  • Spruce – 30 drops
  • Wild Black Spruce- 12 drops

To make your own allergy relief blend, gather essential oils listed above and a pipette for each (unless they have orifice reducers), and a one ounce dark glass sterilized bottle. This blend may be added to a diffuser, a spray, an inhaler, or even a few drops on a handkerchief carried around with you. If you want to add this to the allergen home spray recipe, for a 16 oz bottle (as recipes lists above) use no more than ¼ oz (7.5 ml), and ideally ⅛ oz (a dram, or 3.75 ml).

Natural Remedies for Allergies; Immune Boosting Essential Oils, Allergen Home Spray Recipe, and Allergy Relief Blend Recipe http://voices.yahoo.com/natural-remedies-allergies-immune-7940992.html

Sorry, link isn’t there anymore. But read on to see more of my original article—->

Allergies; img. courtesy of Getty images

Living with allergies is no fun, and can be completely miserable for those who suffer with them. Even the simple act of getting out of bed may be too much for those who have a terrible case of allergies.

And with all the over-the-counter medicines, you never really know what you are putting into your body. Some of the chemicals used may be just as bad as the allergies they are suffering with, and may even worsen some of the symptoms, and almost as bad, mask the problems so they are never really rid of the root causes completely. This is just another reason people are turning to natural remedies.

An Allergy is a hypersensitivity disorder of the immune system, or an exaggerated immune response or reaction to substances that are generally not harmful.

So, building up your immune system is the best way to deal with the root of your allergies.

Finding the root cause of the allergy is your biggest asset and will eventually help lead you to dealing with the problem once and for all.

Start by giving your immune system a big step up by getting some sunshine, and enough sleep, eat lots of veges, fruits, nuts and seeds, garlic, mushrooms…—>A study in older adults showed that boosting fruit and vegetable intake improved antibody response to the Pneumovax vaccine, which protects against Streptococcus pneumonia.

Natural Immune Boosting Tips:

  • Consider probiotics. Studies indicate supplements reduce the incidence of respiratory and gastrointestinal infections.  Fermented milk products have also been shown to reduce respiratory infections in adults and kids.
  • Catch some rays. Sunlight triggers the skin’s production of vitamin D. In the summer, a 10-15 minute exposure (minus sunscreen) is enough. However, above 42 degrees latitude (Boston) from November through February, sunlight is too feeble and few foods contain this vitamin. Low vitamin D levels correlate with a greater risk of respiratory infection. A 2010 study in kids showed that 1200 IU a day of supplemental vitamin D reduced the risk of influenza A. However, a 2012 study that involved supplementing adults with colon cancer with 1000 IU a day failed to demonstrate protection against upper respiratory infections.
  • Go for the garlic. Garlic is a broad-spectrum antimicrobial agent and immune booster. Because heat deactivates a key active ingredient, add it to foods just before serving.
  • Eat medicinal mushrooms, such as shiitake and maitake (sometimes sold as “hen of the woods”). A recent study showed that a concentrated extract of shiitake enhanced immune function in women with breast cancer.
  • Try immune-supportive herbs. If you get recurrent infections, consider taking immune-supportive herbs such as eleuthero (Eleutherococcus senticocus), Asian ginseng (Panax ginseng), American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius), or astragalus (A. membranaceus).
  • Make an echinacea tincture. This is good to have on hand when respiratory viruses overwhelm your defenses.
  • Read more of; 10 simple and natural ways to boost your immune system here

Essential oils are one great way to give a boost to your immune system.

Essential oils used properly can also help those suffering from allergies get some relief, and for some, even help rid them of the allergy entirely.

Before attempting to make ANY of these recipes or use essential oils, please do your homework.

Essential oil safety should be first on your list, especially when first starting out on your aromatherapy journey.

Treat essential oils with the same care that you treat medicines. You don’t need to be afraid or avoid essential oils and I’m certainly not trying to scare anyone out of enjoying all the benefits that aromatherapy offers. They can be an amazing blessing within a holistic lifestyle. Do remember, however, that when working with essential oils, less is more.

Dilute your essential oils prior to use on the skin and avoid the oils that are more likely to cause irritation and sensitization. When using an essential oil for the first time, do a skin patch test. You can learn how to do a skin patch test by reading AromaWeb’s Aromatherapy Safety article.

—–> Before using any essential oils, please read these helpful primers: Cautions & Warnings before Using Essential OilsHow to use Essential Oils:. , AND Dilution ratios for blends and essential oil recipes;

Here are a list of great essential oils that are wonderful for boosting the immune system;

Eucalyptus, Tea Tree, Rosemary, Oregano, Lemon, Cinnamon, Frankincense, Vetiver, Thyme, Savory, Niaouli, Ravensara, Peppermint, Clove, Palmarosa, Coriander, Bergamot, Geranium, and Bay Laurel.

Immune-Boost Blend

I make a wonderful Immune Boost Blend that packs a powerful punch, and really does what it says…boosts  the immune system and gives your body great tools for the fight.

Also, Read this post I wrote about allergies, you may find some good tips in there to help, See it here.

Allergen Home Spray Recipe

To make this spray, I went to a trusted company whom everyone seems to buy their products in the local grocery and found the following:

I looked up the ingredients in the most popular home allergen spray-

Clorox® Anywhere® Anti-Allergen Fabric Spray – Product Details

Ingredients include: (Water, Sodium Carbonate, Sodium Chloride, Sodium Hypochlorite).

which is basically, washing soda, salt, and bleach diluted heavily with water!

Washing soda is a highly alkaline chemical compound that can be used to remove stubborn stains from laundry. It also has numerous uses around the house, and it is used in a range of industrial applications as well. Washing soda should not be confused with washing powder, which is a powdered soap used as a detergent; it is also not the same thing as baking soda, although the two compounds are closely related.- read more here

It would be simple to make your own large bottle of this home allergen spray, which would save you scads of money.

Here’s how you would make your own—In a 16 oz spray bottle (from the dollar store) you would use mostly purified water (bottle filled almost to the top with hot purified water to dissolve the rest of the ingredients) add  a little washing soda (about a TBL.) and salt (about a TBL), and a tiny bit of bleach (about a tsp.), shake well and walla! Homemade allergen spray!

Though, this does not include any essential oils for extra benefits. Which would be where you’d just add about 1/8 oz, or about a dram of E.O.s to it and shake it up! That’s it! Try using my Allergy Relief Blend.

PURCHASING OILS

If you’re looking to purchase oils  I recommend the following suppliers: as they are the only suppliers I have found that offer true therapeutic grade or top notch essential oils.

Mountain Rose Herbs: (I an an affiliate)

Oshandhi. (I’m not an affiliate)

Bella Mira (I’m an affiliate)

Liberty Naturals (not an affiliate)

NaturesGift (not an affiliate)

Others that I’m NOT affiliated with:

The company that has the best essential oils for the money, with natural healing qualities and no additives or adulterating, and ethics about oil production is Native American Nutritionals:

Read here for why: http://wholenewmom.com/health-concerns/natural-remedies/announcing-the-best-essential-oils-company-and-a-great-sale/

If you love Young Living Oils or are a Young Living Distributor try Bella Mira therapeutic grade essential oils ..test for yourself the difference…you will receive a discounted price if you are already a distributor w/YL.

For Young Living Oils: If you would like to receive a discount on therapeutic grade essential oils just sign up at Young Living and use my Young Living Distributor # 1064822

OR see

MY AMAZON STORE : Click HERE

Coupons:

Also, NewDirectionsAromatics is a great place for essential oils;

NDA coupon code; (New Directions Aromatics)

The coupon is 19559 – it has no expiry but can only be used once.

FromNatureWithLove.com – FromNatureWithLove.com offers a large selection of 1,750+ natural ingredients used in skin care, hair care, cosmeceutical applications, massage, aromatherapy, spa products and herbal preparations. FNWL also offers a large selection of packaging supplies, bath accessories, natural body scrubs, books and equipment.

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Resources & More Reading:

10 simple and natural ways to boost your immune system here

—–> Before using any essential oils, please read these helpful primers: Cautions & Warnings before Using Essential Oils, AND How to use Essential Oils:.

Dilution ratios for blends and essential oil recipes; https://yellowstaressentials.wordpress.com/2015/08/25/dilution-ratios-for-blends-and-essential-oil-recipes/

more about washing soda, what is washing soda? http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-washing-soda.htm

Romantic Massage Oil Recipes; and Yellowstar Essentials Exotica Massage Blend

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time for love!

But not the only time. Why not give your lover an exotic massage to add some spice to your relationship.

Try these recipes and you’ll be glad you did!

Romantic massage oil:

Massage the formula into the back, neck and shoulders of your partner until the oil is fully absorbed in the skin. This treatment should be mutually reciprocated for best results.

  • Rosewood 5 drops,
  • cedarwood 5 drops,
  • jasmine 5 drops,
  • carrier oil 15ml (1Tbsp)

–500 Formulas for Aromatherapy – Carol & David Schiller, Sterling Publishing Co.

Exotic Aftershave Recipe

by Pioneerthinking.com

This easy to make aftershave is sure to soothe any man’s skin. Give him a personalized gift from the heart. We are sure it will become his favorite.

Ingredients:

  • * 3 tablespoons witch hazel
  • * 5 tablespoons cider vinegar
  • * 5 tablespoons orange flower water
  • * 15 drops bergamot essential/fragrance oil
  • * 10 drops lemon essential/fragrance oil
  • * 8 drops neroli essential/fragrance oil

Directions:

Directions: Combine all the ingredients into a bottle, shake well. Set aside for 1 week. Shake once a day. Store in a cool dark area.

Or try Yellowstar Essentials Exotica Massage Oil

also try Yellowstar Essentials Exotica Massage Oil

4 oz massage oil flip top bottle is $24 plus shipping and handling:

paypal only.

to order email; yellowstar2000@yahoo.com with Exotica massage oil in subject line.

Also, Try these Great aromatherapy suppliers

Mountain Rose Herbs: they carry all types of natural organic ingredients



Also, If you love Young Living Oils or are a Young Living Distributor try
Bella Mira therapeutic grade essential oils ..
test for yourself the difference…you will recieve a discounted price if you are already a distributor w/YL.

Bulk organic herbs, spices and essential oils. Sin

If you would like to receive a discount on therapeutic grade essential oils just sign up at Young Living and use MY Young Living Distributor # 1064822

OR see

MY AMAZON STORE : Click HERE

Also, NDA is a great place for essential oils;

NDA coupon code; (New Directions Aromatics)

The coupon is 19559 – it has no expiry but can only be used once.

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