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Let’s Talk About Essential Oils

Lets Talk Oils

Do you use essential oils? There are many beneficial ways to use them, such as alternatives for medication, aromatherapy, and even adding it into your food!

According to Dr. Josh Axe, essential oils have been used in various cultures for medicinal and health purposes for thousands of years.

Because of their antidepressant, stimulating, detoxifying, antibacterial, antiviral, and calming properties, essential oils continue to gain popularity as natural, safe and cost-effective therapy for many health concerns.

There’s no wonder why considering the high cost of health care bills and the side effects of conventional medications. Adding such oils to your medicine cabinet and lifestyle can make a difference.

Feeling like you want to become an essential oil pro? I’m with you! Click below to listen to my episode with Jodi Cohen, the founder of the essential oils company Vibrant Blue Oils.

We had a straightforward conversation about health. Eat, sleep, move and POOP! But, can health really be that simple? YES!

Please join us for today’s podcast to truly understand that good health can be as simple as eating, moving, and, well, pooping 😉

I started using essential oils thirty years ago on my clients.

And let me tell you, back then, it was a little too “woo-woo” to get my clients excited about using them. But, today, there’s scientific research touting the benefits of essential oil use, woot-woot!

Jodi explains that our sense of smell is 10,000 times more sensitive than any of our other senses.

So yeah, I guess you could say I’m a HUGE fan of essential oils, and I use them daily. Check out some of my favorite blends + oils!

Here are a few of my favorites:

  • Parasympathetic blend (I use this first thing in the morning to set my system up to stay calm throughout my day)
  • I also use the calm oil during the day and the circadian rhythm blend at night

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