• “There is treasure to be desired and oil in the house of the wise.” – Proverbs 21:20

Come Oil With Me…

Come Oil with Me is an invitation to join me in a year long challenge to learn all about some of the oils or blends that Young Living offers- one oil, one week at a time. Through a series of blog posts we’ll be focusing on one Young Living oil or blend at a time, starting with the oils in our Premium Starter Kit. I believe this challenge will educate and empower each of us to live a life of oily bliss. At this year’s 2016 Live Your Passion Grand Convention, Gary Young gave each of us a challenge… to focus on one single oil or blend a week. To learn all about it, to research it, to study it, and most importantly to USE it and experience its benefits first hand… each and every day for an entire week. Imagine what that means. Potentially it means that at the … Continue reading

The Beginning of Young Living

Have you ever wondered how Young Living Essential Oils began? Where it all started? Back in July of 2015, Gary Young, founder of Young Living, published a series of posts on his blog, detailing the highlights of what led him down the path towards essential oils. It’s a fascinating read and reveals his PASSION for essential oils and the reason why he has made his life’s goal to take Young Living essential oils to every home in the world. Actually Gary Young’s whole life, before discovering essential oils, prepared him for the path that God had chosen for his life. Life was not easy for the Young family by any means, and in many ways mirrors that of our forefathers who founded this country. You see Gary grew up in a 16×20-foot cabin with a dirt floor until the age of 4. Then his father, Donald N. Young, built a … Continue reading

Your Journey Into The World Of Essential Oils

Your journey into the world of essential oils belongs to YOU, and no other. If you’re serious about learning how to incorporate them into your life and want to learn how they can help support your health and wellness goals then you’ll need to invest some time and effort into your journey. Once you do, I’m betting that you’re going to be as shocked, amazed and excited as I was, and still am, at what a treasure these precious oils are. No wonder they were considered more valuable than gold in ancient times. I realize that some of you are just beginning your journey, others of you began awhile ago and may have to grab the kit from the shelf or drawer you put them in, and dust off the cobwebs. Others of you haven’t even started yet. It doesn’t matter, its okay… this information is pertinent to anyone on … Continue reading

JADE LEMON- Another Young Living Exclusive

Jade Lemon™ essential oil, another Young Living exclusive. It is grown in the warm, humid climate of southeast China. While other lemons begin to release some of their oils aromatically as they turn yellow, the jade lemon fruit remains green even in maturity, allowing the concentration of oil to continue within the fruit. The oil is released only after the fruit is picked, giving it a richer and more fragrant aroma. Jade Lemon contains high levels of d-limonene. A 1995 Mie University study also found that citrus fragrances induce relaxation and invoke feelings of happiness. Diffuse to help invigorate, uplift, and energize. HOW TO USE Diffuse to uplift and stimulate the mind and body. Add 10–15 drops to Young Living lotions and shampoos to energize the spirit. Combine with sea salt, V-6™ Vegetable Oil Complex, Ylang Ylang, Peppermint, and Lavender to exfoliate the skin. Use as a cleanser to remove … Continue reading

Shelf Life of Essential Oils

by David Stewart, Ph.D., R.A. People who use adulterated or synthetic oils worry about shelf life. Some British references on aromatherapy say one should throw away their oils every six months and purchase a fresh quantity. Such advice may be valid for certain carrier blend oils, but is not valid for pure unadulterated aromatic oils that are the products of distillation. In order to discuss shelf life, you need to distinguish between various classes of scented oils. There are four types of fragrant oils to consider: (1) Essential oils (distilled). (2) Expressed oils (usually citrus); (2) Absolutes (solvent extractions); and (4) Carrier Blend Oils (essential oils in a fatty base). The shelf lives of these four classes of aromatic oils are different. While expressed, absolute, and carrier blend oils contain large molecules along with their small aromatic ones, pure essential oils obtained entirely by distillation contain only small molecules. Large … Continue reading

Finish What You Started!

Still have your box oils sitting in the box that they came in? Trust me, you are not the first person to experience this. Many find themselves overwhelmed and are just not sure where to start. They have every intention of doing so but somehow LIFE gets in the way. The box of oils sits on the counter for awhile, and then makes its way to the closet…. where it sits collecting dust. Does that scenario sound familiar to you? Would you like to change that story line and finally begin using those oils? Well you’ve come to the right place! Fortunately for you, there’s an easy way for you to change that story line and transform your life in ways you never would’ve thought possible! Sounds a little over the top doesn’t it? Guess what… many others have thought the same thing.. that is until they decided to give the … Continue reading

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