3 drops Idaho Blue Spruce essential oil
2 drops Idaho Balsam Fir essential oil
3 drops Wintergreen essential oil
5 drops Peppermint essential oil
Ok, guys, I waited as long as I could. I know the holidays seem to creep up on us earlier and earlier every year. But I believe it is time.
The 2014 Young Living Holiday Catalog is here!!
Click HERE to see it!!!
P.S. – Remember to come back to the blog and click on Order Oils to order products from the holiday catalog. Ask me if you need help!Disclaimer: The information on this website is based upon my research and personal use of Young Living Essential Oils. I am not a doctor. Products and techniques mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician.
**Update – the Premium Starter Kit has been updated as of 6/19/15. These 2 oils are no longer part of the kit, but have become flex oils. Please see the Premium Starter Kit page for more info.
You may remember that I posted about the two new essential oils that were being added to the Premium Starter Kit in place of Valor and Peace and Calming (as of November 17th).
Well, here they are.
Say that 3 times fast. Now you know why it’s more commonly referred to as tea tree oil.
Let’s just refer to it as MA for our purposes here.
MA is a species of tree that is native to Australia. The leaves of the tree are distilled to acquire the essential oils.
MA oil is very commonly used for skin care, as it has superb cleansing qualities.
It can also be used to support the body’s natural defenses. This is a good oil to use around the colder, winter months where external factors can attack our immune systems.
An article on www.pubmed.gov shows a study of MA use by humans.