January 23, 2020
The skin is generally thinner around the pulse points, which allows for easier absorption – temples, wrists, ankles, side of the neck, inner elbow.
Pain, inflammation and skin issues, apply directly to the area of concern.
Apply to temples and head
Apply to the stomach and massage
Apply to pulse points on or near the face such as the neck and temples as well as to the chest and underneath your nose.
To repel outdoor annoyances, apply to pulse points and exposed areas.
Can sometimes be best targeted by inhalation. Apply to pulse points near or around your face as well as under your nose.
Apply to pulse points for maximum absorption.
October 06, 2021
September 15, 2021
With flu season around the corner, it’s important to start prioritizing your health and wellness and make sure you have the tools you need for a strong defense. One of our favorite essential oils for this time of year is Cypress essential oil, also known as Cupressus sempervirens.
Cypress comes from an ornamental tree and is a member of the Cupressaceae family. Native to many regions including northern America, Africa, southeastern Europe and western Asia, cypress essential oil is a widely used medicinal plant. Research has shown that cypress essential oil has antimicrobial, antiviral and antioxidant benefits making it a great essential oil for overall wellness. Here are some of the ways cypress essential oil can support your wellness daily:
August 30, 2021
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