Thursday, August 8, 2019

Herbal Tea Anyone?

I love starting my morning with fresh rosemary, mint, sage, and basil the only thing I'm missing is my lemon balm but this is still a great tea!

Here are just a few amazing benefits this tea offers.

Basil is an excellent source of vitamin K, manganese, iron, vitamin A, and vitamin C. It's also a good source of calcium, magnesium, and omega-3 fatty acids

Rosemary is used to help alleviate muscle pain, improve memory, boost the immune and circulatory system, and promote hair growth.

Sage has a healthy dose of vitamins and minerals, loaded with antioxidants, supporting oral health, easing Menopause see, reduces blood sugar level, supports memory and brain function, lowers 'Bad' LDL cholesterol

Mint improves digestion, combats the common cold and Flu, reduces fever, improves mental awareness and for, prevents not, reduces stress.

This is a simple recipe you can try for a great morning boost. Add the herbs and hot water to your favorite glass let it steep for 5 minutes add little honey then enjoy 🤗

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Monday, April 29, 2019



    • Controls the levels of water within your body​
    • Regulates the pressure in your blood vessels- blood pressure​
    • Balances the body's pH​
    • Helps with blood sugar regulation​
    • Aids absorption of nutrients in the intestinal tract & in this way supplies the body with energy​
    • Promotes vascular health, bone strength, and respiratory function​
    • Reduces signs of aging​
    • Eliminates dandruff​ 
    • Prevents hair loss, strengthens hair follicles
    • Eliminates excess oily skin while keeping the skin hydrated​

Sunday, February 10, 2019

Living Lavish with Lavender

Being just as popular as it was 2000 years ago lavender essential oil is is still considered the power house of essential oils with a wide range of healing properties, natural antibacterial, and serves as a pain reliever due to its analgesic properties. Lavender has and will be the mother of all oils.


  • stimulates hair growth
  • prevents itchy scalp & dandruff
  • kills & prevents lice
  • prevents breakage
  • antimicrobial
  • helps prevent bacteria & fungi from growing
  • reduces migraines
  • relieves joint pain & arthritis
  • reduces skin inflammation
  • insect repellant
  • disinfects wounds
  • reduces acne
  • increase relaxation
  • reduces sunburn discomfort
  • alleviates stress
  • improves blood circulation
  • reduces menstrual cramps

How to use:

  • massage oil into your scalp
  • apply topically
  • add to your hair or skincare products 5 drops per ounce
  • Aromatherapy
    • add a few drops in a diffuser
    •  drop one or two drops on your hand rub them together and breath deep 
    • inhale right out of the bottle
    • (to immediately relax and calm the mind)
    • large hot bowl of water add two to three drops of lavender and eucalyptus oil ( great for cold & congestion)
  • Hot compress treatment
    • fill bowl with hot water add few drops of oil soak towel, wring out the water and use as a hot compress on the affected area
  • Soothing warm bath
    • add one cup of epsom salt and a few drops of lavender oil in bath water
  • Mosquito repellent candle
    • add six to seven drops of oil to candles and place outdoors
    • fill eight ounce spray bottle up with water and add four drops of lavender oil

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For products containing lavender click the link below


White, Adrian, (Jan. 17, 2018). 5 Reasons to Use Lavender Oil for Your Hair. Retrieved from

Monday, January 14, 2019

The Wonders of Neroli Oil

What is Neroli Oil?

Being one of the most expensive oils in the citrus family it is derived from the orange tree. Yep who knew. It's not the orange itself or the peel it's the little white flowers that grow on the orange tree. The orange tree is actually responsible for three essential oils Orange oil, Petitgrain oil, and Neroli oil.

What is it used for?

  • reduce inflammation     
  • stimulate circulation
  • treats oily skin and acne
  • diminish the appearance of scars and stretch marks
  • decreases high blood pressure
  • alleviate stress
  • reduce aging
  • relieves headaches, 
  • relieves indigestion
  • natural sleep aide

How is it used?

Neroli oil can be used as an aromatherapy or absorbed through the skin by applying the oil topically. You can also add this oil in your favorite soaps, body butters, sugar scrubs, bath bombs, or lotions. 

Because of its ability to revive skin at the cellular level, Neroli essential oil is definitely your go to oil for wrinkles, scars, stretch marks, relaxation and just and overall mood lifter. Also, due to its antimicrobial ability Neroli oil is also good for bacterial skin infections or conditions. 

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 For products with Neroli oil click the link below.


Price, A. CHHC (2018, January 6). 12 Amazing Neroli Essential Oil Uses

Wong, Cathy. MD (2018, September 18). Health Benefits of Neroli Essential Oil