Monday, October 14, 2013

Young Living's Essential Oils Review

Some times the subject for a review just falls into your lap or in my case the trash can.

I thought about talking about how spearmint is refreshing in homemade toothpaste without the punch from peppermint oil. I then considered adding it to my lip balm base.

If you have toddlers then you have experienced Potty Training and mishaps. Today was a mishap day when this sweet young girl decided to poop in her panties and try to cover up the accident by wiping herself with tissues and discarding the mess in a trash can. Thank goodness for Spearmint essential oil and TRASH DAY.

Create your own disinfectant spray with a spray bottle, cheap vodka and a few drops of Young Living's Spearmint Oil. Simply spray the offending room, toilet, trash can and door handles. It's even safe to use on your hands.

Spearmint (Mentha spicata) has a minty, slightly fruity scent, softer than peppermint. A little goes a long way. Spearmint sharpens your senses and also eases a headache, fatigue and stomach upset (tea).

Make sure you dilute this oil in a carrier like jojoba. It may cause skin sensitivity.

Gary young developed his first organic herb farming and distillation operation in 1993.Unsatisfied with the altered essential oils on the market, Gary build an advanced distillery for the production of essential oils in North America.

Today, Young Living has become the world leader in essential oils while staying try to Gary Young's original vision.

You can learn more about Young Living's essential oils and Aromatherapy products here.

I strongly advise you to consult with a knowledgeable health practitioner before ingesting any essential oils.

Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) list of essential oils.

Disclaimer: I received Young Living's Spearmint Oil free in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts & opinions are my own.

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