Archive for March 10th, 2017

Feng Shui – Geranium Essential Oil

Feng Shui – Geranium Essential Oil

Geranium may be one of the most diverse species, with over 200 varieties, but it also produces one of the most powerful essential oils for healing. Analgesic, antibacterial, antidepressant, and anti-inflammatory, it’s especially good at diminishing stress. Geranium oil can also help support healthy nervous and circulatory systems and revitalize tissue. Place a few drops on the skin and inhale for fast results, or place in a diffuser to treat an entire room. …

Organic Geranium Essential Oil (1/3 oz)

Geranium Essential Oil

Botanical Name: Pelargonium graveolens

Distillation Method: Conventional: Steam distillation of the leaves. Organic: Steam distillation of the leaves and branches.

Geranium Essential Oil possesses a sweet scent that favors a rose aroma, with a hint of mint. The sweet aroma aids the body in achieving an over-all feeling of peace and health, enhancing skin tone, reacting to sickness, and encourages feelings of emotional security and hormonal balance. Uses include: fragrance/deodorant, diffuser, massage oil, lotion, shampoo, and bath.

Scent Characteristics: Sweet and minty with a rose-like aroma.

Warning: Keep out of reach of children. Highly concentrated, dilute properly before use. Keep away from eyes & mucous membranes. Not for internal use.

Spring Forward Without Feeling Left Behind!

Spring Forward Without Feeling Left Behind!

If you find it difficult adjusting to the time change, you’re not alone. The “spring forward” time change is harder to adjust to than the “fall back” change in November, due to our circadian rhythms. According to sleep specialists, our inner circadian clock finds it easier to sleep later in the morning than it does to fall asleep earlier at night. While most people adjust to the change within a couple of days, night owls find it more difficult.

Spring Forward With Precaution
One study found a 6 percent rise in workplace injuries on the Monday after the daylight-saving time change. Traffic accidents rise 11 percent, following the time change too, so drive and work with extra caution the week of the time change.

Here are 10 easy ways to help your body adjust to the new time:

1. Allow sunlight into your room soon after you wake, to help “reset” your circadian rhythm.

2. Don’t drink caffeinated beverages after lunch.

3. Exercise in the morning, afternoon or early evening, but not close to bedtime.

4. Dim the lights indoors, an hour before bedtime. Make your bedroom as dark as possible.

5. Listen to soothing, relaxing music to unwind earlier in the evening.

6. Take a warm soak in the tub before retiring. Add a few drops of a relaxing essential oil, such as lavender or mandarin to your bath water.

7. Sip a warm cup of herbal tea to unwind. These herbal teas are noted to have a calming, relaxing, and stress relieving effect: Chamomile, Lemon Balm, Lavender, Catnip and Hops. As with all herbs, seek advice from your natural health professional if you have allergies, other health conditions, or take medications.

8. These natural supplements may help you relax and get to sleep: melatonin, magnesium, and valerian. Ask your health professional which is right for you.

9. This would be a great week for you to get a Chiropractic adjustment. Chiropractic patients commonly experience a notable improvement in their quality of sleep. Chiropractic adjustments optimize nervous system function, which regulates your internal, sleep-wake cycles (circadian rhythm).

10. During the week leading up to the time change, go to bed 15 to 30 minutes earlier than usual, to help your body gradually adjust. If this isn’t possible, then make sure you don’t miss any sleep, no burning the midnight oil, this week.


Crow Full Moon March 12, 2017

Crow Full Moon March 12, 2017

Crow Full Moon March 12, 2017

The Full Crow Moon on Sunday March 12, 2017 is at 22 degrees Virgo. The Full Moon March 2017 astrology reveals an increase in recent tensions. Stressful relationships between partners and between nations will see a flurry of activity in a desperate search for answers. Bringing in God’s perfect Love and Light will calm down the emotions.

The full moon in March has many different names due to its signifying changing from winter to spring. It’s Time to Set Yourself Free from the Restraints of Winter and Swim to the Moon!

The full moon is an ideal time for ceremonies and rituals to promote friendship and working with others.  You can use healing rituals if you have had problems with family and friends. Visualize your life and relationships in balance.

The Native American full moon names for March are largely based on these being considered the last full moons of winter; the crow caws its farewell to the season. The more northern tribes knew this Moon as the Full Crow Moon, when the cawing of crows signaled the end of winter; or the Full Crust Moon, because the snow cover becomes crusted from thawing by day and freezing at night. In Native American Medicine the Crow represents: Justice, shape shifting, change, creativity, spiritual strength, energy, community sharing, and balance.

Full Worm Moon (Algonquian Name) – As the temperature begins to warm and the ground begins to thaw, earthworm casts appear, heralding the return of the robins. The Full Sap Moon, marking the time of tapping maple trees, is another variation.

In the grand flow of life, these inward moving energies are conducive for fine tuning and helping to bring greater clarity, awareness, and focus. March is the month to bring love and light into your life. Focus every day silently for at least five minutes on the word Love and think about its true meaning. God is love.

If you are interested in finding out more about how the Full Moon can be of assistance in your life.  Receive my Special Full Moon Reading –it’s unlike anything you’ve ever had before.

Full moon blessings,
Cherokee Billie


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