Essential Oils

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Welcome to my Essential Oils page!

I have been with Young Living since 2014.  The more I use their products the more I love this company.  Their openness and quality products are amazing.  If you have any questions about them please contact me.  My member name is Clarice Faye Kroese and member #1962236. I would love to have you on my team.

As always we are not allowed to diagnose any conditions or prescribe for them.

Young Living actually has 3 starter kits. One of them is the Thieves kit. This one is so incredible.

thieves-starter-kit

If you have any question about how to get one of these for yourself please leave a comment and I will get back to you on how to go about that. Or if you have any questions at all please ask.

If you would like to become a wholesale member just go to the Young Living website and click on become member. In the sponsor line and the enroller line put the number 1962236 and you will be a member of my team.

I have found another Oops Blend that works great if you decide to try walk through a glass pane that you thought was a doorway. I applied lavender and helichrysum to my nose after I tried to do that. I applied “neat” but you could put in a roller bottle with a carrier oil such as olive oil or grapeseed oil.

I have a few roller bottle recipes that we did for a vendor fair. These are for 10 ml roller bottles that you can purchase on Amazon. I would love to share them with you:

Focus Blend
10 drops Peppermint Essential Oil
10 drops Orange Essential Oil
fill with Grapeseed Oil
apply on inside of wrists, and back of neck under hairline

Chill Out/Relax
10 drops Lavender Essential Oil
10 drops Cedarwood Essential Oil
fill with Grapeseed Oil
apply on inside of wrists and temples at night

Oops Blend
10 drops Lavender Essential Oil
10 drops Tea Tree Essential Oil
5 drops Purification Essential Oil Blend
fill with Grapeseed Oil
apply where needed

A little something for the “littles” in your life.  Sounds like lots of fun to make and play.  Just click on the link and it will take you to the recipe.

Homemade Playdough

 

WORKSHOPS WITH MAKE & TAKES

On January 29, 2016 we held an essential oils workshop at Inwood, IA.  We also did Make & Takes: Linen Spray, Roll On Lip Gloss, & Fabric Softener Sheets for the dryer.

Saturday, January 30 saw us doing a workshop at the Pizza Ranch in Sioux Center, IA.  Sandi Rund and Jocelyn Meinders led workshops on the Basics 101, Using ER & setting up your PV Assistant, Oils in the Bedroom, and Ancient Oils of the Bible.  Lot of great information!

During our noon break we held a Make & Take.  Items made were: Linen Spray, Roll On Lip Gloss, Massage Oil, and Body Scrub.  The recipes for the Make & Takes from both nights are below.  Have fun trying them for yourselves!

Linen Spray – makes 2 – 2oz spray bottles (Use glass)
1 oz. Witch Hazel                               3 oz. Water
10 drops Lavender EO                        2 – 2 oz. Spray Bottles
Add: EO to witch hazel and swirl gently
Add: 3 oz. water and pour into bottles

Massage Oil – makes 8 oz.
8 oz. grapeseed oil                             10 drops Ylang Ylang
10 drops Orange                                  5 drops Ginger
5 drops Clove
Pour oil into bottle and add Young Living Essential Oils

Roll On Lip Gloss – makes approximately 6 – 10 ml roller bottles
3 Tbsps.. Sweet Almond Oil                  1.5 Tbsps. Pure vegetable Glycerin
3 -5 drops Vitamin E Oil                      3 – 5 drops Young Living Essential Oils
Mix almond oil, vitamin E oil, and glycerin then add essential oil of your choice

Body Scrub – makes 8 oz.
8 oz. Epsom Salt                                   1/2 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil
10 drops Young Living EO of choice
Put salts into glass container, Add olive oil, Add EO’s and stir gently

Fabric Softener Dryer Sheets
1 cup White Vinegar                               20 drops Lavender EO
Fabric scraps cut into squares              10 drops Lemon EO
Put fabric scraps into glass pint jar
Mix vinegar with EO’s and pour over fabric scraps, Seal and let set overnight before using.