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You've heard the phrases "nip it in the bud" and, "a stitch in time;" well, they are pertinent to both the cold and flu—the time to act is when you first feel the symptoms coming on. I've put together some tips for you that will help you the minute you feel you might be getting something. It's always a good idea to nip it in the bud before it becomes a full-fledged bloom. Carry a few of these essential oils with you during the months when we are susceptible to airborne or contact germs: Lemon, Eucalyptus, Tea Tree, and Peppermint are easy to find, excellent to have on-hand, and effective to stop germs in their tracks. 1. Sore Throat Symptoms:If you feel a sore throat coming on, ...

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More than making a room smell nice, the use of essential oils is called aromatherapy for good reason. Because our sense of smell is intimately linked with memory and emotion, essential oils provide a way to cope with emotional issues and foster well-being. Essential oils can help reduce stress, calm anxiety, or provide a boost. The olfactory cortex, a part of the brain that processes information about odor, is an area closely connected with the limbic (emotional/visceral) system. Details about what we smell is collected through thousands of olfactory receptors located in a small area at the top of each nasal cavity. As we inhale, air passes over these receptors and data is carried along ...

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I have been fascinated by essential oils since before the invention of the Internet. To find the essential oils I so desperately desired, I had to scour out-of-the-way, little head shops or the rare health shops in the 80s and 90s. Essential oils have come such a long way since then. There are now home-based essential oil networking markets that lead the way in innovative ways to use essential oils. Purchasing essential oils these days is as simple as ordering them from your home and having them in your possession within a day or two. Everyone now has easy access to the oils, but oftentimes they remain sitting in a cabinet, unopened, for years. I want to remind you of some easy methods to ...

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Too many herbs to choose from? Making a remedy and you have the urge to throw in six, eight, or maybe twelve different herbs? Perhaps everything but the kitchen sink? We herbalists have so many herbs available to us that sometimes it is difficult to know where to start when creating a medicine for yourself, a family member, or a client or patient. But if you're already familiar with a handful of herbs and their actions (how they work in the body, such as being astringent, sedative, or emollient), it's easy to apply a simple springboard formula to help you determine which herbs should be used and which should be left out for any given condition. Using my four-tier formula can help organize ...

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