Thursday, June 21, 2012

Free: Summer sensation kit from DoTERRA:

This month is really exciting!! Get the Summer Sensation Kit for FREE (Yes, you heard me!!!) if you place a 200 PV LRP order OR if you sign up as new dōTERRA Independent Product Consultant (IPC) and place a 200 PV order you will receive these four oils as a free gift!
  • Tangerine
  • Cilantro
  • Black PepperRecipes HERE:

Three of the oils—Cilantro, Black Pepper, and Tangerine—you can not purchase at any time during the year. This is a limited offer and the only time to take advantage of adding these valuable oils to your collection.
Also, you can take advantage of using these oils in everyday recipes in your own home.

 If you are on the Loyalty rewards program you will earn a minimum of $20 product credits and if you order before the 15th of the month you will also get a free 5ml of Balance (one of my favorite oils) It's never too late to start up on the LRP :0)  

Tangerine: Info From:
  • Chemical Constituents Citrolnellol (Alcohol), Linalool (Alcohol), Citral (Aldehyde), Cadinene (Sesquiterpene), Limonene (Terpene)
  • Effects on the Mind Said to have an almost hypnotic effect. May be helpful with stress and tension due to its soothing action on the nervous system.
  • Effects on the Body Seems to have an effect on the digestive system, dealing with all manner of gastric complaints like flatulence, diarrhea, constipation, as well as stimulating the flow of bile, thus helping to digest fats.
  • A tonic to the vascular system particularly the peripheral circulation which nourishes the veins and arteries in the extremities, therefore activating tired and aching limbs.
  • A popular massage choice in pregnancy since it is useful for the vitamin C content.
  • Effects on the Skin Brings back color to pale skin due to its re-energizing action on the blood. Could help smooth out stretch marks particularly when blended with Lavender and Neroli. A useful skin tonic in general.
  • Blends Well With Basil, Bergamot, Chamomile, Clary Sage, Frankincense, Geranium, Grapefruit, Lavender, Lemon, Lime, Neroli, Orange, Rose 
Disinfects surfaces
Kills airborne pathogens
Eliminates odors
Strengthens immune
Black Pepper:  Info From:
The black pepper plant (piper nigum), now grown in most tropical regions of the world, is the source of the black peppercorn that is the most common spice in the world.  The essential oil is steam distilled from the unripened, sun-dried, peppercorns while the common spices are harvested at later times in the plant's maturing process.  The essential oil is a clear, thin liquid with an aroma that is fresh, crisp and suggestive of the spice of the same plant
Black pepper essential oil is very effective in aiding the digestive system by stimulating salivary glands and secretion of digestive juices in the intestinal tract.  At the same time it neutralizes the formation of gas in the intestinal system while helping to cleanse the system.  It is also a warming oil that increases circulation that then reduces inflammation and provides relief for arthritis and other muscle and joint discomforts.
Typical Applications
Black pepper essential oil is warming when applied topically and can be used to relieve aching and tired muscles and joints.  The increased circulation from topical application is also helpful in reducing bruising.  Used internally black pepper is said to help the digestive system, kidneys, and to boost the immune system.  The aroma is energizing and stimulating.

Wellness Uses
Immune Strength
Common  Health Concerns
Joint pain
Muscle pain
Poor circulation

Cilantro info here:
Cilantro and coriander essential oils come from the same plant, coriandrum sativum, but are extracted in different ways.  Coriander, with a milder odor, is extracted from the seeds while cilantro is steam extracted from the leaves of the same plant.  The plant is from the parsley family and is commonly used for seasoning in Asian, Latin, and Indian foods.  The Chinese also valued cilantro for its medicinal qualities.

Typical Applications

Cilantro may be used for indigestion and has the added benefits of being an antioxidant that helps control free radicals as well as helping to leach heavy metals from the human body. It is also a strong antibacterial and anti fungicide agent.

Cilantro oil is rated as GRAS by the FDA and can be safely used for internal consumption.

Wellness Uses
Common Health Concerns
Muscle pain

Have you tried any of these???

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