Rad Rub

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Rad Rub

4 DROPS ORANGE
(CITRUS SINENSIS) 

3 DROPS LAVENDER
 (LAVANDULA ANGUSTIFOLIA)

3 DROPS EUCALYPTUS
(EUCALYPTUS RADIATA)

3 DROPS BALSAM FIR
(ABIES BALSAMEA) 

Add Blend to 1 oz of Jojoba oil or unscented lotion and rub on chest 

 

I want you to know a little secret about the particular oils I use in the free recipes – a lot of them are conifers.

We have always used trees for safety, survival and security. In that sense, they are the ultimate protectors. So anytime you are using an essential oil to ward something off like a cold or flu you are also protecting yourself energetically. Pretty cool, huh? Duo purpose for the HSP!

This week’s recipe “Rad Rub” is dedicated to the coaching clients who saw me this week. They were all suffering from chest ailments. (interesting, huh!)

So this recipe is that duo purpose I spoke of above. Use it to ward off cold and flu as well and to help you clear your heart area energetically.

To bring this blend to the next level, see the blog from this week where I share a super easy way to clear any block.

 

 

 

Calm

Stressed, Anxious, Overwhelmed?

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Calm

4 drops Mandarin (Citrus reticulata)

1 drop Neroli
(Citrus aurantium var. amara)

3 drops Balsam Copaiba (Copaifera officinalis)
 

A beautiful bathtub blend! Place blend in 2-4 oz of Himalayan salt with a drop or two of your favorite carrier oil and clear the days energy and troubles away! Also great for the diffuser or inhaler. 

Adrenal Rescue

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Adrenal Rescue

1 drop of Clary Sage (Salvia sclarea)

3 drops of Black Spruce (Picea mariana)

3 Drops of Orange (Citrus sinesis)

Add to a diffuser and relax.


When I am trying to relax the word I continually say to myself is, " Soft, soft, soft". I am reminding myself to be soft and gentle. A lot of HSP's grew up trying to be 'rough' and 'tough' because they were trying to mask their true HSP side. This simple mantra reminds me of who I really am and my adrenals always thank me when I approach things with a 'softer side'. 

*Another great blend for adrenals that you can 'wear' from Kurt Schnaubelt and Aromatics International is to blend 7- 10 drops of black spruce with 7-10 drops of a conifer (Norway Pine is great!) and blend into 2 oz of a carrier oil or unscented lotion of choice and rub on your lower back. 


Excellent oils to baby those adrenals:

Black Spruce (Picea mariana)

Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens)

Galbanum C02 (Ferula galbaniflua)

Hemlock (Tsuga Canadensis)

Norway Pine (Pinus resinosa)

Orange (Citrus sinesis)

Rhododendron (Rhododendron anthopogon)


Research suggests that it is the monoterpene, alpha-pinene, that all of the oils above have that may help suppress the stress response and possibly contributes to an anti-inflammatory action. This component may give your adrenals the much-needed break they have been craving.

My biggest HSP (Highly Sensitive Person) lesson in adrenal restoration is to not put myself back into the very environments and situations that created compromised adrenals in the first place. And if I must be in very exhaustive settings, to make sure I am doing what I can to turn off the stress response when I am done: food, massage, meditation, and essential oils are a beautiful therapeutic combination to soothe taxed adrenals and an over-stressed life. 

For further reading on adrenal fatigue, try the ebook: 

Adrenal Fatigue: The 21st Century Stress Syndrome by James Wilson 

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Tired & Wired Essential Oil Blend

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Tired & Wired Essential Oil Blend:

3 drops of Orange (Citrus sinensis)

2 drops of Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile)

1 drop of Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)

1 drop of Sandalwood (Santalum album)

When you feel like nothing will take the edge off the anxiety you gathered throughout your day [except a glass of wine (or three!)] and you have that uncomfortable feeling of being overtired and overstimulated at the same time -  try this blend……

I love this blend and have been using it all week. After years of experimenting with every oil imaginable and trying to make the most fanciful of combinations, I have come to find that it’s the simplest of oils that are kindest to the HSP. This blend speaks to that simplicity and really helps take the edge off after a day of overwhelment. I like it best in the tub with a drop or two of carrier oil and Himalayan Salt.

Experience of the oils in this blend:

Chamomile – inner self, temperance, embrace, comfort  

Lavender – joy, awakening, healing, companionship

Sandalwood – protection, gentle support, wisdom, sustenance

Orange – clarity, abundance, invigorating, nurturing

 

Sleepy Time Essential Oil Recipes

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Having Trouble Sleeping? Try these recipes!

  • 3 drops of Lavender essential oil (Lavandula angustifolia)
  • 3 drops of Roman Chamomile essential oil (Chamaemelum nobile)

Place blend in a diffuser bedside and drift away.

  • 2 drops of Rosewood Essential Oil (Aniba rosaeodora)
  • 2 drops of Lavender Essential Oil (Lavandula angustifolia)
  • 2 drops of Roman Chamomile Essential Oil (Chamaemelum nobile)

Mix blend in 2-4 ounces of Himalayan bath salt, add one drop of carrier oil of choice, mix together and put in your tub. This bathtub blend will boost your immune system AND help you wind down in no time!

These classic blends are abundant with the monterpenol and esther chemical families. Because of that, you might find these mixes to be sedating, calming to the nerves and a great support to your immune system. Emotionally these blends may help with releasing past resentments, forgiveness, and balancing your emotions.

Gentle oils such as Lavender and Chamomile are so healing and nourishing for the HSP. Don’t overlook them because of their commonness and popularity. They can do wonders for your sensitive soul.


Looking for new ways to use the oils you have? Check out our ebooks made just for the highly sensitive person who loves oils!

Just The Recipes

Eliminate Cold & Flu with Essential Oils for Highly Sensitive People


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Rosemary ct camphor - The Enlivenator

You know how we all like to drop some oil in a steamy shower to start our day?

My #1 go-to oil for this purpose is Rosemary ct camphor.

It expands my lungs and sinuses, enlivens me, puts me into a positive mindset and readies me and steadies me for my day ahead.

I also definitely use it if I am trying to get rid of any cold or flu.

Rosemary is great for the intuitive and healer as well because it’s a wicked space clearer! If you’re energy and space are feeling a little stagnant, try some Rosemary and get things moving!

Now hold up, what’s with this ‘ct’ in the in the middle of this Rosemary’s name you ask?

That indicates this Rosemary is a chemotype.

And what is a chemotype you ask?

Darn good question.

Like most relationship statuses on Facebook, chemotypes are complicated!

See this week's essential oil short (below) to learn more about this oil and what a chemotype is. 

For the oils we’re using in our recipe today we are going to Aromatics International. They sell the most gorgeous Rosemary ct campor and White Spruce on the planet. Click here to get them now.

Enjoy this week's recipe featuring the enlivening Rosemary:

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Are you fighting the good fight against Cold and Flu? This week's recipe will help!

3 drops of Rosemary ct camphor Essential Oil (Rosmarinus officinalis ct camphor)

2 drops of White Spruce Essential Oil (Picea glauca)

White Spruce is a little softer and gentler than Black Spruce with all the same incredible sweetness and an essence that reminds you of walking through an evergreen forest in the dead of winter. When you add it to Rosemary, the dynamic duo will clear up congested sinuses and lungs faster than you can say: Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

Use this blend in your diffuser

* This recipe is not recommended for those that may be pregnant, have epilepsy, high blood pressure or for children under 10.

Energetics: 2nd, 4th & 5th chakras. Rosemary is a great oil to use for self-confidence and speaking up! Intuitives can sometimes have a hard time with their 5th chakras. A lot of blocks can be had from fear of speaking up and speaking out about who they really are. Allow Rosemary to help you clear your space, your chakras and speak up about your bad self!

Therapeutic Properties: Anаlgеѕіс, Antibacterial, Antі-іnflаmmаtоrу, Antі-rheumatic, Antifungal, Astringent, Antіѕраѕmоdіс, decongestant, expectorant, liver support

Notes: Top, Middle

Safety: Use caution if using during pregnancy. Do not use with children under 5. Use caution if using with children between the ages of 5-10.

Shelf Life: 3 years


Looking for new ways to use the oils you have? Check out our ebooks:

Just The Recipes

Eliminate Cold & Flu with Essential Oils for Highly Sensitive People


ESSENTIAL OIL SHORTS - CHEMOTYPES

 

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Lavender - The Diva of Essential Oils

I call her the diva because she is one of the powerhouses of essential oils.

The therapeutic benefits of this oil never cease to amaze. She does it all.

When I hear from people asking where to start with oils and what to buy. This is my first recommendation.

It’s approachable because it does just fine on its own, or it blends well with almost any oil.

If you want to sleep better, feel less anxious, heal wounds, help your pain and inflammation, or you name it - Lavender has got it covered.

It’s a great training oil too which is why I am using it in our new educational series called Essential Oil Shorts (see below)

In our first essential oil short, I show you what a GCMS is and how to read one using Lavender essential oil.

 

Enjoy this week's recipe featuring the bombshell:

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This week's recipe:

2 DROPS OF LAVENDER ESSENTIAL OIL (LAVANDULA ANGUSTIFOLIA)

4 DROPS OF BALSAM FIR ESSENTIAL OIL (ABIES BALSAMEA)

1 DROP OF ROSEWOOD ESSENTIAL OIL
(ANIBA ROSAEODORA)

Energetics: 2nd, 6th & 7th chakras. Lavender always has a place in my spirit guide sessions. It's another must have for the empath because it is a great protector and purifier. It helps you relax and stay balanced and is great for connection and expansion.  

Therapeutic Properties: Aіrbоrnе antimicrobial, Anаlgеѕіс, Antibacterial, Antі-іnflаmmаtоrу, Anti-ulcerogenic, Immunоѕtіmulаnt, Antі-аnxіеtу, Antifungal, Antіоxіdаnt, Antіѕраѕmоdіс Antіvіrаl, Hуроtеnѕіvе, Sedative, Wound healing

Notes: Top, Middle

Safety: Probably one of the safest oils out there

Shelf Life: 6 years


Click Here to get Lavender Essential oil at a wholesale price!


Looking for new ways to use the oils you have? Check out our ebooks:

Just The Recipes

Eliminate Cold & Flu with Essential Oils for Highly Sensitive People


Essential Oil Shorts- This week: GCMS

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Juniper Berry – The Skinny Jean Elixir

Feeling Bloated?

Reach for Juniper Berry to put you back in your skinny jeans! 

Enjoy this week's recipe featuring the refreshing Juniper Berry:

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Energetics: Juniper Berry is an excellent purifier & clears negative & unwanted energy. Also helps with releasing regret.  Use with 3rd Chakra.

Therapeutic Properties: This blend is rich with the Monoterpene, Monoterpenol, Ketone, and Oxide chemical families making it anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, diuretic, and all things lean.

Notes: Top, Middle

Safety: Can cause irritation on sensitive or irritated skin.

Shelf Life: 3 years


Skinny Buddha Recipe:

3 drops of Juniper Berry Essential Oil (Juniperus communis)

2 drops of Rosemary Essential Oil (Rosmarinus officinalis ct. 1,8 cineole) OR (Rosmarinus officinalis ct camphor)

2 drops of Lavender Essential Oil (Lavandula angustifolia)

Blend into 1 0z of carrier oil such as jojoba and rub on belly or other areas that feel congested

 


 

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Spearmint Essential Oil

If you’re feeling a little ‘green around the gills’ and your tummy is letting you know it- Spearmint is your oil of the moment!

The sweet & minty Spearmint is also known to help muscle spasms, build healthy immunity and is excellent for fighting off bacteria and other unwelcome organisms.

I like to use spearmint mid-afternoon. When I am feeling the late-day slump. It’s perfect to use during or after sessions because it creates feelings of joy, and happiness AND it calms at the same time.

Enjoy this week's recipe featuring Spearmint Essential Oil

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Energetics: This little guy helps with the 4th, 5th and 6th chakras. This is why I love to use is during sessions. It helps me to think with my heart, speak my truth, use my spiritual gifts and it enhances my ‘vision.’

Therapeutic Properties: Analgesic, Antibacterial, Antifungal, Antimicrobial, Antispasmodic, Astringent, Decongestant, Expectorant, Immunostimulant

Notes: Top, Middle

Safety: Can cause irritation on sensitive or irritated skin.

Shelf Life: 5 years

 

Anxiety Blend

1 drop of Spearmint Essential Oil 

Mentha spicata

2 drops of Lavender Essential Oil 

Lavandula angustifolia

3 drops of Mandarin Essential Oil (can also use orange essential oil)

Citrus reticulate
 


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Get Inspired with Douglas Fir Essential Oil

When I diffuse Douglas Fir, I get inspired! Ideas flow to me, and business projects get shaped and created! This is a pretty neat oil that supports personal transformation- every coach should have some in their toolkit!

Another neat fact about this oil is that it is a potent antimicrobial. In clinical tests, it proved to be more effective than other firs and pines in antimicrobial activity.

As for its energetic qualities, it supports the 1st, 4th and 7th Chakras. OM!

Of all the qualities Douglas Fir offers, my favorite is its heavenly smell; sweet, piney and woody. This is definitely in my top five for essential oils and I would recommend it for every empath.

Enjoy this week's recipe starring the gorgeous, Douglas Fir

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2 Drops Douglas Fir Essential Oil
(Pseudotsuga menzies)

3 Drops Pinion Pine Essential Oil
 (Pinus edulis)

3 Drops Orange Essential Oil
 (Citrus sinensis)


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