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Turn Your Home Into A Spa

I love using essential oils in my home. You can make your home feel relaxing and smell like a spa any time you want to.

Following is a recipe you can use anytime:

Spa Blend For The Home

15 drops Cedarwood Essential Oil

15 drops Lavender Essential Oil

15 drops Orange Essential Oil

1 ounce Jojoba Oil

Swirl gently until all oils are thoroughly mixed.

Use 15 to 20 drops of the Spa Blend as a massage oil; Place 8 to 10 drops in your bath; Put 3 to 5 drops, added to water, in an Aroma Lamp, Diffuser, or Oil Burner.

This blend is calming, clean, happy, and uplifting!

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Debra Mauldin, Certified Aromatherapist

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Make Your Own Wild Adventure Shower Spray

Make Your Own Wild Adventure Shower Spray

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While I have stayed in full-service campgrounds, I prefer to camp as far away from civilization as possible. You know, hiking in and hiding out! This means no showers (although dips in lakes, creeks, and streams are awesome), so I always bring a lovely-scented spritz on my adventures.

This spray was created to complement the wild experience, not compete with it. If you’re looking for fruity florals, you can formulate one easily with different essential oils. If you are hoping to keep some of the bugs at bay and still smell on the fresh side, this is your mix!

Spray prior to getting dressed in the morning or after a mountain swim. This shower spray goes quite well with other wonderful camping scents too, like campfire smoke and conifers in the breeze…

Camping Spray with Herbs

Wild Adventures Camp Shower Spray

Ingredients

2 oz organic catnip hydrosol

2 oz organic witch hazel extract

10 drops organic eucalyptus lemon essential oil

10 drops organic lavender essential oil

6 drops organic lemongrass essential oil

4 drops organic Cedarwood Atlas essential oil or Cedarwood Virginia essential oil

Makes 4 ounces

Directions

Combine the catnip hydrosol and witch hazel extract in a 4 ounce spray bottle. To this, add the essential oils. Shake well to combine and test to see if you’d like a stronger scented spray. I like our 4 ounce plastic bottles with a flip cap, and then I add one of the large fingertip misters for camping.

Shake prior to using and keep out of direct sunlight. This does not need to be stored in the refrigerator between camping excursions, but it might last longer if it is!

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Debra Mauldin, Certified Aromatherapist

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New Moon in Sagittarius Essential Oil Recipe

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New Moon in Sagittarius Essential Oil Recipe

Add the following essential oils to 1 ounce of carrier oil:

15 drops Cedarwood to support Self-Worth and Self-Esteem

15 drops Geranium to encourage Adventure and Freedom

15 drops Rosemary for Clear Communications

Swirl gently until all oils are thoroughly mixed.

Place 8 to 10 drops in bath, Wear 4 to 8 drops as a body perfume, Add 3 to 5 drops, added to water, in an Aroma Lamp, Diffuser, or Oil Burner.

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Debra Mauldin, Certified Aromatherapist

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Spiritual Essential Oil Recipe

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Spiritual Essential Oil Recipe

Spiritual Essential Oil Recipe
Add the following essential oils to 1 oz. carrier oil:
15 drops Cedarwood
15 drops Lavender
15 drops Sandalwood
Swirl gently until all oils are thoroughly mixed.
Use 8 to 10 drops in your bath; Wear 4 to 8 drops as a body perfume; Mix 3 to 5 drops with water to use in an Aroma Lamp, Diffuser, or Oil Burner

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Blue Moon Healing Essential Oil Recipe

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Blue Moon Healing Essential Oil Recipe

The Blue Moon occurs on Friday, 31 July 2015, (second Full Moon in single calendar month).  Among the metaphysical or spiritual community a blue moon is a powerful moon. This is usually prime time for healings ceremonies.

Blue Moon Healing Essential Oil Recipe

Blend together the following essential oils with 1 ounce of carrier oil:
15 drops Cedarwood
15 drops Rosemary
15 drops Sandalwood
Swirl gently, until all oils are thoroughly mixed before each use.
Place 8 to 10 drops in bath; Massage area that needs healing using 10 to 20 drops, depending on the size of the area to be healed. Use 3 to 5 drops, added to water in an Aroma Lamp, Diffuser, or Oil Burner.

O is for Obsession, Oily Hair and Skin, and Over-Reaction

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O is for Obsession, Oily Hair and Skin, and Over-Reaction

Many of us harbor obsessions; be it a person, place, or thing. Most obsessions are unhealthy. To cure yourself of an obsession(s), try the following recipe:
Add the following essential oils to 1/4 ounce of your chosen carrier oil:
5 drops Marjoram
5 drops Orange
5 drops Sandalwood
Swirl gently until all oils are thoroughly mixed.
Place 3 to 5 drops of this blend into the dish of water on an Aroma Lamp, Diffuser, or Oil Burner. This blend may also be used in the bath, 8 to 10 drops, and/or worn as a body perfume. Continue this treatment, every day, until you are cured from your obsession(s).

Oily Hair Conditioner
Add the following essential oils to 1 ounce of jojoba oil:
20 drops Bergamot
25 drops Cedarwood
Swirl gently until all oils are thoroughly mixed.
Apply 25 drops of this blend to your hair and scalp. Wrap your hair in a towel and leave for two hours. Wash your hair with a mild shampoo. Use as often as needed.

Oily Skin Treatment
Add the following essential oils to 1 ounce of jojoba oil:
20 drops Bergamot
20 drops Cedarwood
5 drops Geranium
Swirl gently until all oils are thoroughly mixed.
Treatment is by applying 10 to 15 drops, of this blend, to the face and massage for 1 to 2 minutes, (avoiding the eyes). Leave on for 10 to 15 minutes. Rinse your face with tepid water and pat dry with a clean towel. This treatment can be used twice a day.

Do you, or someone you know, tend to over-react to situations? The following recipe is a good one to keep on hand; in a cupboard, in your purse, etc…
Add the following essential oils to 1/4 ounce of your chosen carrier oil:
5 drops Clary Sage
5 drops Lavender
5 drops Myrrh
Swirl gently until all oils are thoroughly mixed.
Place 3 to 5 drops of this blend into the dish of water on an Aroma Lamp, Diffuser, or Oil Burner. This blend may also be used in the bath, 8 to 10 drops, and/or worn as a body perfume.

Some intriguing post I came across while visiting others A to Z April Blogging Challenge posts:

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http://ashleywillismusings.wordpress.com/2014/04/09/haiku-atozchallenge/

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N is for Nausea, Nervousness, and Neuralgia

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N is for Nausea, Nervousness, and Neuralgia

Ginger, (Zingiber officinale), is a perennial herb native to tropical Asia. Ginger Essential Oil is steam distilled from the rhizome, (roots), of the herb. It is yellow in color and carries a spicy, warm aroma.
Ginger Essential Oil is very helpful for reducing nausea. Following is an Essential Oil Recipe to use when nauseated:
Add the following drops of Essential Oils to 1/4 ounce of your chosen Carrier Oil:
7 drops Ginger
4 drops Lavender
4 drops Peppermint
Swirl gently until all oils are thoroughly mixed.
Treatment for Nausea is by room vaporization, (place 3 to 5 drops of blend into water in an Aroma Lamp, Diffuser, or Oil Burner), bath, (add 8 to 10 drops of blend into the bath), and/or worn as a body perfume.

For Nervousness, try the following recipe:
Add the following essential oils to 1 ounce of your chosen carrier oil:
15 drops Carrot
15 drops Cedarwood
15 drops Cinnamon
Swirl gently until all oils are thoroughly mixed.
Place 3 to 5 drops of this blend into the dish of water on an Aroma Lamp, Diffuser, or Oil Burner. This blend may also be used in the bath, 8 to 10 drops, as a body massage, and/or worn as a body perfume.

If you suffer from Neuralgia, try the following recipe:
Add the following essential oils to 1/4 ounce of your chosen carrier oil:
25 drops Chamomile (Roman)
10 drops Lavender
10 drops Rose
Swirl gently until all oils are thoroughly mixed.
Treatment is by bath, 8 to 10 drops, foot soak, (5 to 8 drops). This blend can also be used as a massage oil.

More intriguing post I came across while visiting others A to Z April Blogging Challenge posts:

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http://www.patricialynne.com/

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