About German Chamomile and Roman Chamomile German Chamomile is a good essential oil for both body and mind. There are primarily two types of chamomile essential oil – Roman (Chamaemelum nobile) and German (Matricaria recutita). Of these two essential oils,
Essential Oil Profile: Jasmine Jasmine essential oil (Jasminium officinale) has a rich, sultry aroma that makes this oil feel alluring and romantic. It’s extracted from the flowering jasmine plant—part of the olive family—through absolute extraction.To maximize the fragrance of Jasmine
Have you noticed yet that some of Young Living’s best-loved essential oils now labeled for culinary and dietary use? Yes, They’re known as the “Vitality” line and they are specially for cooking with essential oils. The essential oils in the
Of all the perfect culinary pairings in the world, cinnamon and fruit might just be our favorite! With a few easy ingredients and five minutes, you’ve got a perfectly spiced dip that’s ready for serving. Cinnamon Bark (Cinnamomum verum) Vitality™
How often have you said, “Now that I’m [insert an age] I’m too old to [insert an activity: go back to school, learn a language, fall in love, learn to dance, drive at night, get fit…]?” We’ve all been there.
The decision to use essential oils during pregnancy can be a difficult one. There are a wide variety of opinions on the matter, often with conflicting and confusing claims. For example, some women choose to avoid excessive use of these
Using essential oils during pregnancy is a choice a woman needs to make after researching materials from sources she trusts. No matter what your choice, be sure to follow label directions and consult a medical professional with essential oil experience
This is perhaps one of the most practical essential oil carry cases available. It is easy to take on long and short trips and vacations (put it in your checked luggage if you’re flying though), to meetings, on hiking and
Clove bud essential oil is steam distilled from the flower bud and stems of the clove (Syzgium aromaticum) plant. It has a sweet, spicy fragrance and is one of the ingredients in Young Living’s most popular blends, Thieves. Clove Bud
Yoga instructor Tracy Griffiths takes the mystery out of how to use aromatherapy with your yoga practice in this tutorial on how she incorporates Young Living essential oils into her Yoga practice. Here you can find her Aroma Yoga book
Adding Young Living essential oils to my hot chocolate is one of my favorite ways to enjoy this delicious chocolate drink during cold wintertime months. This recipe calls for the Orange essential oil but you can use the Young Living
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I often see and hear people saying, “why would you want to use essential oils in your cooking recipes?” My question is, “why wouldn’t you want to? They provide a layer and complexity of flavor that you can’t typically get
About 25 years ago while taking a Macrobiotic Cooking class I learned to make a wonderful and super easy cranberry sauce recipe. Then, about 15 years ago I experimented with adding a small amount of either Tangerine or Orange essential
Ten years ago I began experimenting with using my Young Living essential oils as flavoring in my recipes. This Cranberry Sauce recipe was one of my first. I have adapted this recipe that I learned at a Macrobiotics cooking class.