January 31, 2018
Yoga is a great way to increase your physical and emotional well-being. Not only can it improve flexibility, ease arthritis and help with back pain, but it can also increase energy levels as well as relax the mind and body.
Whether you are an expert or a beginner, using a good yoga mat spray is important. Over time your yoga mat can start to accumulate germs, bacteria and fungus which can lead to athlete's foot, plantar warts, and even ringworm. Keeping your yoga mat clean and germ free is a must.
Our Organic Protector™ Essential Oil Blend has germ-fighting and antiseptic qualities to help prevent infection and combat infections. We’ve created a DIY yoga mat spray with this protective blend to keep your mat clean so you can stay healthy and focus on the healing benefits of yoga.
¾ cup distilled water
¼ cup alcohol-free witch hazel or white vinegar
Note: Not all yoga mats are treated the same. Spray a test patch before using.
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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:
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How to safely add essential oils into your everyday products
Fragranced consumer products such as personal care products, air fresheners, and home cleaning supplies emit air pollutants that affect indoor air quality as well as personal health and wellbeing. Studies have proven that fragranced products have been associated with a number of health effects including asthma attacks, migraine headaches, neurological problems, and contact dermatitis. This is because the term “fragrance” listed on a product ingredient list can hide a complex mixture of chemicals that brands do not have to disclose.
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