Essential Oil First Aid

suggested applications: Sore Throat: Apply 1-2 drops to tongue swish around in mouth before swallowing. Upset Stomach: Make a Spice of Life tea by adding 2-3 drops to 1 teaspoon of honey or agave, mixing together and adding to 4-6oz of warm water. Stir and sip. Oral Bacteria: Make a Spice of Life mouth wash by adding 4-6 drops to 8oz of warm water. Shake or mix well. Gargle for 30-45 seconds. Virus: Make a Spice of Life tea by adding 2-3 drops to 4-6oz of warm water, mix with 1 teaspoon of honey and sip. Dip tooth pick in Spice of Life and suck on it throughout the day. Dip a toothpick into Spice of Life and poke the tooth pick several times into an apple. Proving you with a delicious snack that helps support the immune system. Child friendly. For complete application instructions and specific essential oil uses, please see the Be Young Total Health Desk Reference.

This information is for educational purposes only and not intended to diagnose, treat or prescribe. See a qualified professional for any health concerns. For more information, including research and historical information related to Peppermint essential oil, please refer to:

additional essential oils to consider: While we’ve filled the First Aid Pack+ with the most commonly used essential oils for daily defense, there are plenty of beneficial oils to assist you on your journey to Life Restoring, Life Rewarding health. These powerful players may be helpful additions to your natural first response team, depending upon your lifestyle and individual health concerns.

Eucalyptus The respiratory system appreciates this high concentration wild-crafted essential oil harvested from the leaves of the Australian Eucalyptus tree. The endocrine system can also benefit from its immunity boosting properties. traditional, alternative and complementary uses: Congestion Musculoskeletal Conditions Infections Whooping Cough Asthma Pulmonary Issues Osteoarthritis Acne Wounds Burns Dysentery Ringworm Bleeding Gums Bladder Disease Gonorrhea Rheumatoid Arthritis C.O.P.D. Respiratory Infections Flu Neuralgia Sinusitis

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