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Bergamot

Bergamot (Citrus bergamia) has been used in the Middle East for hundreds of years for skin conditions associated with an oily complexion. It soothes insect bites and may serve as an insect repellent. It has about 300 chemical constituents that contribute refreshing, mood-lifitng qualities. Bergamot is responsible for the distinctive flavor of Earl . . . → Read More: Bergamot

Booklet – Everyday Oils

Everyday Oils introduces beginners to the world of essential oils and explains how to use essential oils every day. From aromatherapy, body massage, cooking, cleaning, and first aid, Young Living essential oils can help restore body, mind, spirit, and home.

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Roman Chamomile

Roman Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) may help calm you and relieve restlessness and tension. It is used cosmetically in Europe for the skin. This plant is grown and distilled at the Young Living Farms.

How to Use: Diffuse or apply topically on bottom of feet, ankles, and wrists.

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Copaiba

Copaiba is a powerful essential oil from South America that has traditionally been used to aid digestion and support the body’s natural response to injury or irritation. Copaiba contains the highest amounts of beta caryophyllene (55 percent) of any known essential oil.

How to Use: Dietary Supplement: Put 2 drops in a capsule. . . . → Read More: Copaiba

Fortify with Frankincense Pack

Try ART and Boswellia together in the Fortify with Frankincense promotional pack, and refresh your radiant complexion at an incredible savings of $47.25 Includes: Gentle Foaming Cleanser, Day Activator, Night Reconstructor, Boswellia Wrinkle Cream.

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What do You Think

Last night I got into a deep conversation with my wife. During the course of the conversation, my wife had an epiphany: I like to hear myself talk. Well, she may be correct. Every week you are all subjected to my blog conversation—but not today. This morning I decided to forgo my planned blog . . . → Read More: What do You Think