By balancing hormones, clary sage helps maintain mood and emotion and regulate women’s health issues, like menstruation and menopause. The oils component, sclareol imitates estrogen, thereby supporting deficiencies in the hormone and reducing fluctuations.
Lavender is renowned for its soothing and calming scent, an aromatic note which helps ease anxiety and stress. With its antiseptic, disinfectant, and anti-inflammatory properties, the gentle oil has a history of use in relieving skin irritations, including burns, cuts, bruises, rashes, and innumerable skin conditions.
If you are looking for a way to help with healthy clean air, anxiety, stress, and a host of other physical and mental ailments, a lamp might be all you need. Himalayan salt lamps are becoming more popular as people realize how beneficial they can be. These are the orange-pink lamps that often have a non-uniform shape and a modest glow. Not only do they provide much-needed illumination in the room they are placed in, but you can start feeling better mentally and physically as well.
Greetings My Friends!
Welcome to my blog! I’m super excited to be sharing with you one of my passions, essential oils.
I have made several different homemade spa products that you can come and purchase in Elko on November 20, 2016
Also, here are some pics of what I have made just for you!
Coming up with weeknight dinners can be exhausting. Let us come up with your menu instead. This pan-seared tilapia is fresh, healthy, and easy to make on your busiest of days. Don’t worry if you’re not a big fan of Cumin—this recipe does not taste like taco seasoning. The Cumin essential oil is used in perfect subtlety within the flavors of the spice-crusted fish and bright slaw.
Tilapia: This lean, white fish is not only delicious, but also contains a wide variety of health benefits associated with it. Among the many benefits, tilapia has the ability to help reduce ones weight, boost the overall health of your hair, strengthen your immune system, and boost your metabolism.
Red Cabbage: Green cabbage is often the cabbage of choice when out grocery shopping, although both cabbages are excellent sources of Vitamin C and have immense health benefits, red cabbage is the vegetable you’ll want to include in your regular diet because of its added health benefits and hearty flavor. The robust color of red in this cabbage reflects its concentration of anthocyanin polyphenols, this in turn intensifies their protective phytonutrients compared to green cabbage. Continue reading “Cumin Pan Seared Tilapia with Honey Lime Coleslaw”
Don’t live with stinky garbage disposals any more. These Tangerine and Spearmint Garbage Disposal Refreshers clean and deodorize your garbage disposal in one easy use. Try it and love it!
You don’t have to stress about cracked heels on your feet this summer. Try this nourishing foot mask made with Bergamot essential oil (and other feet-friendly ingredients) for nourished and beautiful feet.
Why use a foot mask?
Since our feet have the most pores per square inch than any other area of the body, it is important to remember to treat the feet too! What you put on the feet will absorb into the rest of the body, so do your best to gather high quality, organic ingredients for this foot mask.
Are you one of those people who likes skin care that smells like dessert?
Most of those products are chalk-full of artificial fragrances and chemicals that trick your nose into thinking that it is the real thing, when it really isn’t.
This Strawberry Lime Sugar scrub literally smells like fresh strawberry jam and is even easier to make and, get this, it is 100% edible!
Impress your friends and your skin.
If you have ever enjoyed the scent of a rose, you’ve experienced the aromatic qualities of essential oils. These naturally occurring, volatile aromatic compounds are found in the seeds, bark, stems, roots, flowers, and other parts of plants. They can be both beautifully and powerfully fragrant. Essential oils give plants their distinctive smells, essential oils protect plants and play a role in plant pollination. In addition to their intrinsic benefits to plants and their beautiful fragrance, essential oils have long been used for food preparation, beauty treatment, and health-care practices.