Yesterday I had the privilege of meeting with a new friend to discuss the amazing healing benefits of essential oils. I absolutely LOVE meeting with people who have absolutely no experience using oils at all, and giving them practical everyday ways to use them. The most common question I get is “What do you use everyday?” What a great question!
So to help answer this question, I put together a really simple info-graphic for you to use as a guide. This will vary depending on the individual and their specific needs, but there are a few oils that every person should be applying everyday no matter their age or health condition.[typography font=”Covered By Your Grace” size=”28″ size_format=”px”]My Daily Essential Oil Routine:[/typography] (click to enlarge)
I have had to create the time to make this part of my morning and evening routine. The great part is, it only takes about 3-5 minutes to apply everything. As many of you know, I also struggle with anxiety and endometriosis and this protocol has helped me heal from both of those. There are a few that are specific for endometriosis and hormone imbalance such as Clary Sage and Geranium, but this protocol has been enough for me.
As with anything in the natural health realm, consistency is key. The longer you do this, the more benefits you will receive. I was just telling Chris (my husband) I missed 3 days of my oils and supplements this weekend and I felt and sounded like a basket case. Those moments are when I am reminded that this regimen really works wonders both physically and emotionally to help balance me out.
I hope that you will consider adding essential oils into your daily routine. If you are already using them, what does your routine look like?
Disclaimer: One of the most vital things you must know about essential oils is not all essential oils are created equally. In fact, most of them are worthless to your health and often synthetic. When buying essential oils make sure they are certified pure therapeutic grade. If you want to order the brand I trust and personally use, email firstname.lastname@example.org.