- Diffuse or apply one to two drops to back of neck or to temples to promote feeling of calmness and relaxation.
- Create a personalized fragrance by combining Spikenard with Clove, Cypress, Frankincense, Geranium, Juniper Berry, Lavender, Myrrh, Wild Orange, Rose, and Vetiver.
- Combine with a hydrating cream to soften and smooth skin.
- Add one to two drops to your favorite cleanser or anti-aging product to promote healthy, glowing skin.
Diffuse 2 drops Spikenard, 2 drops Lavender, and 2 drops Ylang Ylang to help reduce stress and relax the body.
Why Co-Impacting is so Important in Harvesting Frankincense
Frankincense is very important to my health maintenance regimen. My autoimmune disease is all about inflammation – too much of it! One of Frankincense’s therapeutic properties is an anti-inflammatory property. I use Frankincense nearly everyday, alone or in a blend.
Frankincense also works well for another of my conditions: ADHD. I use a blend of Frankincense and Vetiver to help manage my ADHD symptoms.
I believe every condition begins with the digestive system. Frankincense contains properties that aids in digestion. There’s a reason this is one of the most treasured of essential oils!
A majority of frankincense is harvested in Somalia. Prior to Co-Impact sourcing In Cal Madow, Boswellia trees were not sustainably managed, payment for the resin was low and buyers were hard to find. Today things have changed. Check out: Conserve Cal Madow-Kaydso ah Cal Madow: Frankincense Systems Analysis
Ensuring a reliable source of quality frankincense takes planning and coordination. The doTERRA Co-Impact Sourcing Initiative in Somalia provides frankincense harvesters with greater opportunities for income, while providing doTERRA with access to skilled harvesters who help accomplish the intricate steps of frankincense resin harvesting.
Essential oil quality and the care taken to improve the quality of the growers and harvesters in Somalia. This is just one of the reasons that I chose doTERRA as my essential oil provider.
All of this information instills confidence in the purity, quality and care that goes into bringing me the best essential oil to use in my regimen.
Another use for Clove essential oil
What can you do with Clove essential oil, other than cooking with it? Here’s a blog post that provides information on clove oil and digestive wellness.
Recent findings in a peer-reviewed scientific journal show that eugenol, (found in Clove essential oil), assists the body in maintaining normal gastrointestinal function even during times of stress.
Read the Clove’s Eugenol Helps Maintain Normal Gastrointestinal Motility Blog Post Here
View the Clove essential oil product information page here.
See the Clove (Eugenia caryophyllata) wellness advocate here.
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Add 1 drop Wild Orange Essential Oil to the following marinade for Orange Chicken:
- • 1 c chicken broth
- • 1/2 c sugar
- • 1/3 c white vinegar
- • 1/4 c soy sauce
- • 2 cloves garlic, minced
- • 1 tsp Sriracha
- • 1/4 tsp ginger
- • 1/4 tsp pepper
Before using essential oils for cooking verify that the oil you are using is safe for internal use.
See the Wild Orange (citrus sinensis) wellness advocate snap shot information here.
View the Wild Orange essential oil product information page.
I use doTerra essential oils.
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