Why Essential Oils Should be in your Wellness Toolbox

by | Apr 7, 2020 | Emotional Pillar, Environmental Pillar, Nutritional Pillar, Structural Pillar

These little bottles of plant goodness have tremendous therapeutic benefits. Hear all the ways essential oils can help heal you and keep you well!

Try these recipes using Therapeutic-grade essential oils!
DIY Dry Shampoo
DIY Honey Lavender Shaving Cream

And if you need essential oils, I only recommend one company, Young Living Essential Oils. They have safe, therapeutic grade essential oils and products that you can safely use in your home. You can click the button below to have them delivered to your home. You’ll also be eligible for all of my free educational materials on my website, www.ouressentiallife.com when you do!

Hello, hello. We are going to talk about why essential oils fall into your wellness toolbox so beautifully.

When we talk about the four pillars of health (we have nutritional, structural, emotional, and environmental), one of the things many people tend to overlook is the environmental component.

Environmental Pillar

When you can start making clean products at pennies on the dollar (we’re going to give you some recipes for that) then you find one of the ways that you can realign your budget into a more profitable method of bringing wellness back into your home. Because let’s face it, some of those cleaners are expensive. We want to be able to shunt that money somewhere else.

Structural Pillar

Let’s look at the structural component because people are like, well, where does that fall in? I’ve got a list a mile long of patients who have injured themselves (strains, sprains, cuts, bruises, surgeries), and they’ve been able to use these essential oils for pain relief, and even inflammation relief. Some of them have even manage their pain without the use of pain meds because they have a little bit of an addiction problem. If you have to have surgery, but you also need to make sure you’re not in pain, then there’s a problem if you happen to have a problem with pain pills. This is very prevalent, no shame with that at all. You’ve just got to reach out and get the right assistance for that one. It’s actually genetic. We’ll talk about that later.

Emotional Pillar

Then we’ve got your emotional component. And when we see people breathe in these oils, do some EFT, some Emotional Freedom Techniques, some tapping (that’s what it’s also called), and reframing what the emotion is and what they want that emotion to be, I see people sometimes instantly just shed the baggage that they’ve carried for years. There’s so many stories of people saying, “I’ve done everything, but it wasn’t until I started using these oils in a manner that my emotions finally made sense to me, and I was able to place them where they needed to be placed.”

Nutritional Pillar

Then let’s talk about the nutritional component. When you start, again, being able to rely on essential oils that are specifically made for internal use (and yes, there are some that are out there that are specifically made for internal use) then we can put it on the inside of our cheek, we can help open up the sinus pathways, we can start bringing relaxation when it comes time for students in school. The list goes on and on and on.

If you’ve never tried these, I’m going to really invite you to do so. We’d love to help you with that journey. We’d love to let you know why these belong front and center in your wellness toolbox.

Talk to you soon. Bye-bye.

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