Archive for March 16th, 2017

11 Plants Native Americans Use To Cure EVERYTHING (From Joint Pain To Cancer)

Source: | Original Post Date: Unknown – The Cherokee is a Native American tribe that is indigenous to the Southeastern United States. They believe that the Creator has given them a gift of understanding and preserving medicinal herbs. The Cherokee trust the hea

Source: 11 Plants Native Americans Use To Cure EVERYTHING (From Joint Pain To Cancer)

Power Colors: March 16 Thursday

Power Colors

The Amber Light's Blog

Personal energy boosting colors to wear today:

Crimson, royal blue, aqua, real

The Energy flow is rough and irritating. We are in a slow, shifting mode. Big changes are happening, on deep and permanent levels. That base line flow is coupled with the Every day energy bringing​ a “let’s stop and redo a fee things” focus in key areas as two major direction changes happen over the next couple of weeks. Finances, relationships, communication, travel and electronics are all going to give each of us our turn at frustration. There are lessons to learn and revelations to occur. We have the opportunity to become better, to delve into what will make us truly happy in our core.

Remember to count to ten, or twenty… BEFORE reacting. Think Pink when you get angry and err on the side of NOT saying what you think or feel.

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New Heavenly French Lavender & more—15% off

These three new Amrita essential oils are worthy of your special notice! AND through March 31, 2017, take 15% off their price.
Use checkout code THREENEW.

  1. New heavenly French Lavender— USDA-certified organic AND wild-crafted. Dr Streicher writes, “This is the finest Lavender in the world. It can only be described as heavenly. Grown wild in the high regions of Provence, it is very difficult to procure.  After a long search we have located an exquisite oil.” French Lavender is the essential oil that launched modern Aromatherapy. Its elegant fragrance surrounds you with an aroma halo. A few drops on your pillowcase can help you sleep. A drop or two in Jojoba carrier oil can help with rheumatism.  Apply a drop or two directly to a cut, a burn, a bruise, or a bite. While supplies last.   
  2. USDA-certified organic Myrrh from Somalia—Everyone connects Myrrh to the Bible stories—Myrrh is a marvelous essential oil with a myriad of uses. PubMed cites 423 recent studies on Myrrh in modern medicine. Research ranges from chronic disease and cancer treatment to memory enhancement and wound healing. Traditionally Myrrh helps with chapped skin, for aromatherapy massage, to help with coughs and colds, to address thyroid problems, and for healing injuries. It is among the mild non-irritating oils and has anti-bacterial properties. It calms and uplifts.
  3. USDA-certified organic Siberian Fir from Bulgaria—This oil transports you to untouched forests. It rates high for both spiritual and physical characteristics. Bathe with it or diffuse it for stress or troubles and somehow problems are just more manageable. Siberian Fir boosts mental clarity. It’s good for chronic fatigue, pain and stiffness of muscles, arthritis, and respiratory problems.

Debra Mauldin, Certified Aromatherapist

Feng Shui – Neroli Essential Oil

Feng Shui – Neroli Essential Oil

Neroli is a favorite scent derived from orange blossoms. Its light, sweet floral fragrance makes you feel like it’s spring no matter what the time of year. This essential oil has many healing benefits, too, including antibacterial, antiseptic, and carminative. But one of its powerhouse uses is as an aphrodisiac. Inhaling a few drops from a diffuser or from the skin increases libido and creates romantic feelings for those dreamy nights at home. …

Neroli Essential Oil (1/3 oz)

Neroli Essential Oil

Botanical Name: Citrus aurantium

Distillation Method: Steam distillation of the flowers.

Origin: Morocco

Very relaxing, helping to aid feelings of anxiety and apathy. Due to its calming effect may be beneficial to sexual problems. May aid symptoms of irritability and tearfulness.

Scent Characteristics: Light, sweet, floral scent with a hint of citrus.

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

Debra Mauldin, Certified Aromatherapist

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