Wellness, Young Living

A World With Octobers

“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” — Anne Shirley, Anne of Green Gables

Me, too, Anne. Brisk mornings and hearty soups, warm apple cider and wool socks. Simple pleasures take on a larger meaning when it comes to autumn. Maybe it’s all the contrasts of a warm sun with a cold breeze, salty caramel with tangy apples, a hot drink sipped wrapped in a blanket outside.

My girls and I have been listening to Little House in the Big Woods and Little House on the Prairie on audio lately, and the first few chapters of Big Woods are so deliciously autumnal–all the storing of the season’s bounty for winter, enjoying playing outside before the snows come. I’m not sure who has enjoyed it more, me or the kids!

If you’re stocking up on your monthly order this month, there’s some great freebies in store from Young Living. Last month we got the Einkorn cereal again and I forgot how delicious it is! Usually my girls add raw honey to the flakes we get but they were excited for “sweet” cereal (it has 8 grams of sugar compared to another certain “honey o” cereal that has much more!). I love that by just buying groceries, deodorant, laundry soap, makeup…not to mention my supplements and oils…I get these freebies!

Celebrate togetherness with this month’s rewards! Gathering with your favorite people becomes even sweeter with your favorite Young Living products on hand. Welcome your guests with the woodsy aroma of Patchouli diffusing in the corner or create your own unique blend by combining Cinnamon Bark, Clove, and Nutmeg. Celebrate the warmth of friendship with a steaming pot of Spiced Turmeric Herbal Tea served in cute Young Living Foundation mugs. And when it’s time to say goodbye, let the evening melt away with ImmuPro™ chewable tablets. At the end of the day we’re all about connection, which is why YL is donating $1 to The D. Gary Young, Young Living Foundation for every 400 PV order. Plus, enjoy a hassle-free fall with free shipping when you reach our 100 PV tier! 

400 PV TIER

Retail value: $220.80 

Bonus Subscribe to Save: Spiced Turmeric Herbal Tea

• Brighten your morning. Pour yourself a cup of cozy first thing in the morning and enjoy the benefits of warm, comforting Spiced Turmeric.• Kick back and relax. After a long day of overcast weather, settle into the evening with a dash of delish by pouring a mug of this spiced wonder. 

Bonus Subscribe to Save: Young Living Foundation mug

• Make something memorable. Mix up some low-sugar hot chocolate with some Cinnamon Bark Vitality oil for a healthy treat. Pour your delightful blend into your new Young Living Foundation mug to feel good about what you’re drinking—and what you’re drinking it from!• Celebrate your community. Sip and smile knowing you are supporting the Young Living Foundation and the good it does in your community and communities around the world as you sip! 

300 PV TIER

Retail value: $149.01

ImmuPro 

• Amp up antioxidants. Support your body with an extra boost of antioxidants with this chewable, healthy tablet.• Update evening routines. Take 1–2 ImmuPro chewable tablets in the evening as you prep for a healthy night’s sleep.  

250 PV TIER

Retail value: $86.18

Patchouli essential oil, 5 ml

• Warm up indoor workouts. Cold weather got you indoors? Diffuse Patchouli oil to add a comforting atmosphere to a calming yoga session or as you stretch before bed.  • Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize. With cold weather coming in, skin can get drier and drier. Add a drop or two of Patchouli oil to your favorite face lotion for extra moisture your skin will love.  

190 PV TIER 

Retail value: $62.17

Cinnamon Bark essential oil, 5 ml 

• Unwind and relax. Mix 3 drops of Cinnamon Bark oil with some V-6 Vegetable Oil Complex and use it for a warming foot massage. Then put on a pair of warm socks to keep your feet cozy and moisturized! • Spice it up. Make a room spray by filling a spray bottle with 3 ounces of water and 4 drops of Thieves essential oil blend, which features Cinnamon Bark as a main ingredient. 

Clove essential oil, 5 ml 

• Spice up a soak. After a day of outdoor adventure, draw up a warm bath, dilute drops of Clove oil in the tub, and allow yourself to sit back and soak up all the Clove essential oil benefits.• Feel forest fresh. Add 3–4 drops of Clove to a glass spray bottle to bring in a warm, woodsy scent that simply sings of the outdoors. 

Bonus Subscribe to Save: Nutmeg essential oil, 5 ml

• Freshen up fall. Make a homey linen spray by combining a few drops of Nutmeg, Clove, and Bergamot in a spray bottle filled with 2 cups of water. This cozy scent will make guests feel right at home!• Work in bliss. Refresh your home office with a diffuser blend of Nutmeg and Eucalyptus Radiata for a spicy-fresh scent that will help your upcoming meeting be a little brighter. 

Free shipping

• Treat yourself. Stock up on fall-time favorites and let us cover the cost of your deliveries.• Get fall-tastic savings. Reach our 100 PV tier and we’ll ship your order for free. 

Wellness, Young Living

Dealing with Bad Air Quality

Here in Southern Oregon it feels like most of the summer has been smoky and we’ve been robbed of our days on the water and hikes–boo. We watch our air quality apps to gauge how much time we spend outside (if at all!) because we know breathing poor quality air can have long-lasting effects on our lungs and worsen chronic heart problems and possibly even affect your brain and fertility.

Despite being careful about time spent outdoors, we know here on the west coast we are still breathing in those particles at some point. Here are a few ways to help reduce the stress on your body and keep things operating optimally.

**Reminder: these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA (because they’re SOOOOO trustworthy). This page is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Information on this page is not intended to replace proper medical help. Consult with the healthcare authority of your choice and remember–you always have a choice.**

Run a HEPA air purifier (or two) in your home and make sure your home air filters are no more than 3 months old. If you live where it’s been smoky for a long time consider changing it more frequently. In 2020 during the Almeda Fire, all air purifiers were out of stock so people used box fans with a home air filter duct taped to the front of it. People I knew who did this said they could see all the dust and particles building up on the filter as proof it was working! We now keep an extra 2-4 filters on hand at all times. This might seem obvious, but still worth mentioning (and this pic is of the purifier we have and we love it).

Use your diffuser! Throw some Raven, R.C., Eucalyptus (any type!), Lavender, Ravintsara, or Pine into your diffuser and breathe deep. Myrtle and Roman chamomile are other great oils to diffuse (and smell so yummy!). Inhaling those oil molecules deep into your lungs can provide a lot of support.

We also like to rub Breathe Again, R.C., or Raven on our upper chest and backs or on the Vitaflex points for lungs on the soles of our feet.

*I do recommend turning your air purifier off while diffusing or using it in a different room–no need for those oils to go to waste!*

Take a detox bath. Regardless of wildfire smoke, our bodies are constantly accumulating toxins from our environment, products, food, and water. Regular detox baths help you body out.

I follow a detox bath recipe from a friend who is trained in lymphatic detox release:
4 cups Epsom Salts
4 cups Baking Soda
4 cups Hydrogen Peroxide

I add a few drops of lavender, cypress, or eucalyptus to the epsom salts before stirring them into the water. Soak for 20-30 minutes and drink a LOT of water–just go ahead a take a glass in there with you!

Why these ingredients?

Epsom Salt: It’s is rich in magnesium & sulfate, which are easily absorbed through the skin & aid in detoxification. It acts as a broad spectrum cleanser, clearing lymphatic congestion, removing some heavy metals and helping remove residual radiation & chemical exposures. Of course, it’s a smooth muscle relaxant & helps with muscle strain & pain. Epsom salts help replenish the body’s magnesium levels, which combats hypertension. It also induces sweating! They create a dense bathwater, and osmotic pressure pulls toxin-laden fluids out of the body.

Baking Soda: It’s a drawing agent that’s known for it’s cleansing abilities, and even has anti-fungal properties. It helps neutralize chemicals like chlorine, & increases mineral absorption. It also naturally alkaline, which aids in removing toxins. (ALL disease needs an acidic environment to live!)

Hydrogen Peroxide: Of all the ways to oxygenate the body, this is the easiest & cheapest. By cleansing & purifying our skin, our bodies are more equipped to better eliminate toxins. Peroxide can help destroy toxins, organisms & even pulls out the residue left by soaps & other (toxic) body products. It’s also antibacterial and antiviral.

If you feel lightheaded time to get out of the bath and rinse off with a lukewarm or cool shower.

Drink your water and add some lemon vitality. Water seems like a no-brainer but we often need a reminder to keep sipping through the day to stay hydrated and keep flushing our systems.

Adding lemon or another citrus vitality essential oil to your water can help support your lymphatic system which clears away toxins and waste and is part of your immune system.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation. Sounds fancy, but basically–it’s exercise! A quick search will yield lots of articles and videos on specifics for this, but exercise–both aerobic and anaerobic–aid in conditioning your diaphragm and making your lungs more efficient.

This seems like common sense but exercise in clean air–not where it’s smoky.

Herbal teas that can offer support are slippery elm, marshmallow root, licorice root, peppermint, or lobelia. Chamomile also makes a soothing tea to drink and an eyewash for irritated eyes.

Mushrooms turkey tail and ashwagandha are also great for supporting your immune system.

Take care of your liver. Those particles that you inhale and are small enough to pass through your lungs and into your bloodstream will be filtered by your liver. Eating fresh, whole foods–particularly those that are not inflammatory–provides your body with the tools it needs to eliminate toxins and regenerating itself. Foods like garlic, onions, and broccoli help increase enzyme activity–refined sugars can lower it.

Essential oils that can help support the liver are JuvaFlex Vitality, JuvaCleanse Vitality, GLF (gallbladder/liver function) Vitality, Orange Vitality, Ledum Vitality, Celery Seed Vitality, Lemon Vitality, Carrot Seed Vitality, and Cardamom Vitality. These can be taken in a vegetable capsule or drank in water–I love lemon in my water or you can put it in hot water with lemon to make a tea.

Supplements that are fantastic at supporting a healthy liver are JuvaTone Tablets, JuvaPower, Longetivity Softgels, and Sulfurzyme.

These are some foundational ways to help support your body on ANY day, but especially during prolonged exposure to wildfire smoke. Your body is constantly regenerating itself–it’s important to provide it with the best building blocks to do so.

Resources I used included The Essential Oils Desk Reference, 6th Edition by Life Science Publishing, Ultimate Balance: Infusing Vibrational Energy of Essential Oils into Chakras, Meridians and Organs by LeAnne Deardeuff, DC, Natural Detoxification: A Practical Encyclopedia, The Complete Guide to Clearing Your Body of Toxins by Jacqueline Krohn, MD, & Frances Taylor, MA, and The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies: The Healing Power of Plant Medicine by Nicole Apelian, Ph.D, and Claude Davis.

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August Freebies with Purchase!

FIRST if you are looking for the members only access to classes look at the top menu bar or the menu drop down if you are on a phone. Reply back to the text you got from me this morning to get the password to access all of the treasure trove of information!

So much good stuff for your home in this month’s freebies! In fact, I think I’ll be teaching a Detox Your Home Class later this month! if you are looking for the members only access to classes look at the top menu bar or the menu drop down if you are on a phone. Reply back to the text you got from me this morning to get the password to access all of the treasure trove of information! Before I dive in, if you see “subscription”, think essential rewards. it’s the easy way to order the products you love every single month, with no minimum order requirement! So if you want some lavender coming to you every 2 or 3 months, log in and instead of clicking “add to cart”, click “add to subscription”. Snd here’s some exciting news, every time your order is over 50PV, you’ll receive 10% back in points that you can basically use as money to order whatever you want! After 3 months, it goes up to 20% back, and then after 24 months, you get a whopping 25% back!

Free Shipping with an order of 100 PV!

⌓ 190PV | thieves dish soap

This dish soap cuts grease like no other, straight from my husband’s mouth. It’s super concentrated, so you can always mix it with water at a 1:1 ratio, and I add a Tablespoon of baking soda to it to increase the suds and cleaning power! It smells super fresh, and of course, it’s free of all the fragrance, dyes, and parabens.

⌓ 190PV subscription | 15ml lushious lemon

This new scent is the most uplifting + fresh smell ever! Diffuse if you need energy, want a candle replacement, or are feeling down. It has a sweet, citrus aroma!

⌓ 250PV | Thieves Wipes

These wipes are perfect for cleaning shopping cart handles, public toilet seats, stroller handles, you name it! They are infused with all the oils in Thieves and definitely come in handy on the go nowadays!

⌓ 250PV | 15ml Lemongrass

We always keep this oil on hand…there’s a really interesting study that shows this and RC are really great at fighting…something! You’ll have to do your own research on that! Or drop it straight on your nails to remove nail polish, add to your wool dryer balls for fresh laundry, or use topically for staph 😳. it is crazy how often this oil comes in handy!

⌓ 300PV | 3pk Thieves Foaming Hand Soap

Replace alllll the hand soaps in your home with this one! after you get this for free, buy the bulk hand soap refill and you’ll be set for a year or more! This hand soap is free of all the junk, so when you are washing your hands you aren’t harming your body in the process. Plus, it smells so refreshing you’ll come out of the bathroom smelling your hands!

⌓ BONUS 400PV Subscription | Amber Glass Bottles

These Thieves dish soap and hand soap bottles are gorgeous! Use the dish soap bottle to extend your dish soap and add the foaming hand soap refill to that bottle! They are gonna make your bathroom look SO fancy!

⌓ BONUS 500PV Subscription | Desert Mist Diffuser

uhhhhhh what?! and before you say you can’t spend 500PV, make a list of what you need to stock up on or restock in your home, ask a few family members or friends if they want to try something, and repeat. Makeup? Cleaning supplies? Skin or dental care? Kid products? Pet care? If you place your order on Subscription, you’ll also be getting a minimum if $50 in points too! HOLLA! So if you need a new diffuser this month (we all do) start making that list!

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Welcome to the New Look of Young Living!

You may have logged into Young Living recently and noticed that it looks VERY different! While it may take a minute to navigate this new layout, I think they’ve made some awesome changes that will make shopping a whole lot easier!

First, check out all of the ways that Young Living has changed–verbiage, how to keep your discount (it’s even easier), and how to help others get Young Living!

Next, ready for the tutorials on how to shop? Here’s all the videos you could want!

Young Living Improvements 2021
Young Living has some exciting new things coming to the US market this year! Let’s take a look at what’s to come…
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Also, when you log in to your Young Living account now you should see website tutorial videos available–you can check them out here:

https://www.youngliving.com/us/en/training