Friday, October 28, 2011

Feeling Slugish?? Oils to Rejuvinate...:)

Revive with Grapefruit    

Feeling sluggish?

*Mix 5-10 drops of Grapefruit with V-6 or Cel-lite Magic

Massage oils and massage
 the lymphatic areas or apply to the feet, armpits or

back of the head.

*Add a drop or two to your pure drinking 

water to promote lymph flow.

*Grapefruit oil has long been known as a
fat-buster--. Dilute with V-6 or Cel-lite Magic and 
massage on cellulite areas.

orangeSkin Rejuvenation

Revive a dull, oily complexion with a 
combination of
equal parts Frankincense, Melaleuca and
Orange oil.  These oils are uplifting to the spirit and emotions.

                 magnify your purpose

 Magnify Your Purpose

Apply Magnify Your Purpose to 

wrists and temples.
It is empowering & uplifting and helps 

us rise above our negative emotions.

"Anybody can do just about anything with himself
that he really wants to and makes up his mind
to do. We are all capable of greater things than
we realize."

--Norman Vincent Peale 


Information provided here is for EDUCATION PURPOSES ONLY and is in NO WAY intended to replace proper medical advice.  IT IS NOT for diagnostic or prescriptive use or to be construed as instruction on how to cure or treat any condition, illness or disease. Every individual is different, thus what may work for one may not work for another person. Consult with the professional health authorities of your choice. Remember, taking responsibility for your health is your own personal decision: do your research and choose wisely.  We commend you! 

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Essential Oils You Need In Your First Aid Kit

What are essential oils?

*Aromatic liquids of plants, trees, leaves, fruit and flowers.
*Natural Oils that have nutritional  and therapeutic properties.
(Note: The oils MUST be THERAPEUTIC GRADE. Food grade oils are meant for flavor and/or fragrance and do NOT contain therapeutic properties. My personal preference are Young Living Oils.)

Essential Oils Have the Ability to:

*Prevent and relieve the discomforts associated with a wide variety of health concerns.
*Reduce stress.
*Lift depression and restore or enhance a sense of well being.
*Provide revitalizing beauty care treatments for skin, hair, and body.

Essential Oils Have the Ability to Influence:


Here are some helpful hints to get you started!

*Combine lavender and Roman chamomile 50:50 and apply 2-3 drops of blend on wrists or side of throat.

*Use 1-2 drops of geranium, helichrysum, or lavender.
*Gently rub into tissue, across the bruise in one direction, then in another.

Cuts, scrapes, and abrasions-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*Use helichrysum or dorado azul to stop bleeding.
*Cleanse the wound with a 1 -30 ratio mix of Thieves Household Cleaner and water.

 *Dilute 50-50 lemon, Exodus II or Raven, rub gently around the outside of the ear and over the lymph nodes on the side of the neck.
*Put a few drops of Melaleuca, chamomile, purification, or melrose on a cotton ball; gently place in ear, and replace with fresh ball 2-3 times a day.

Common Cold & Flu----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*Diffuse, diffuse, diffuse!!!
*Use Thieves oil, R.C., Purification, Raven.
*Lemon with cedarwood, myrtle, copaiba.
*Apply Thieves on feet.
***Now is also a great time to apply Vitaflex!

*Use favorite roll on oil (including Breathe Again, Valor, Tranquil and other) along the base of the skull.
*Peppermint is a classic headache solution.
*Use Clarity, M-Grain, PanAway, rosemary, or Eucalyptus for migraine headaches.

Insect Bites & Stings----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*Repel bugs with the following- peppermint, cedarwood, lemongrass, rosemary, geranium, pine, Idaho Tansy, and others.
*For bees, wasps, hornet stings, use Purification, Thieves, and PanAway.
*For ticks, use Purification or lemongrass.
*For flies, use rosemary or peppermint.
*For mosquitoes, use lavender, lemongrass, or peppermint.

Stomach Ache/Nausea---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*For nausea, use patchouli, peppermint, ginger or Di-Gize.
*For stomachache, use peppermint, fennel, Di-Gize, or thyme.
*Apply drops to abdominal area and around navel, dilute with carrier oil as needed, and do light abdominal massage.

Sore Throat-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*Gargle with Thieves mouthwash 4-8 times daily.

Sprains and Strains--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*PanAway works great for muscle strains and sprains.
*Layer peppermint, Believe, and geranium every 10 minutes or so for first few hours, then 3-5 times a day.

*Use Clove, Roman Chamomile, Wintergreen, Melrose, or PanAway.
*Use Thieves mouthwash on a cotton ball between cheek and gum.

For more information on these techniques or information on the oils contact Lennea at 843-655-0555.

(Information above provided by SoundConcepts-

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Emotional Release with Essential Oils

Emotional Release
Essential Oils

Do you:
  • Feel stuck emotionally or spiritually?
  • Have unexplained pain?

   The theory behind emotional release with essential oils is that when we have an experience or emotion that we are not mature enough or ready to process, we store them to process later.  These often toxic emotions can be stored anywhere in our bodies, waiting for us to review and learn their lesson.  Emotions are alive and full of energy,  and while they stay in our bodies they can affect our physical, emotional, and spiritual health as well as how we view and interact with our world.

   Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils are excellent at helping our body remove toxins.  Not only do Essential Oils help our cells to release chemical toxins but also emotional toxins.  When emotional toxins are dislodged and let go of, we experience an Emotional Release.       When that emotion is resolved we gain its spiritual lesson and our lives move onward in a positive and productive way.  Often our physical or spiritual health is improved.

   During a facilitated Emotional Release a combination of essential oils will be used.  The oils are chosen based on their cleansing and detoxing abilities and their frequencies.  You will lay on a massage table, covered with sheets, just like a massage.  Oil is applied by the facilitator on your head, shoulders and feet.  If oils need to be applied to the your abdomen, then the oils are dropped into your hand so you can apply it yourself.  You will be asked to keep an open line of communication with the facilitator, and share thoughts you may have or visions or colors you may see.  It is your experience that will lead the session.  Emotional Release sessions are often around two hours long.  

   After an Emotional Release session clients report a sense of feeling lighter, happier, and centered.  Clients have also experienced physical healing after an Emotional Release session.   It is a good idea to give yourself some time to relax and process after an emotional release session.  Keep on drinking pure water, since it is common to continue to detox physically and emotionally.

See the Feelings Kit 

What is the raindrop technique?

What is Raindrop Technique?
The Raindrop Technique is a powerful, non-invasive tool for assisting the body in correcting defects in the curvature of the spine. During the years that it has been practiced, Raindrop Technique has resolved numerous cases of scoliosis and kyphosis and eliminated the desire for back surgery for many of people.

The Raindrop technique integrates Vita Flex and massage, utilizing the power of essential oils in bringing the body into a structural and electrical alignment.

Gary Young Raindrop
Raindrop Technique is based on the theory that many types of scoliosis and spinal misalignments are caused by viruses or bacteria that lie dormant along the spine. These pathogens create inflammation, which in turn, contorts and disfigures the spinal column.

Using only PURE therapeutic grade essential oils, these oils are dispensed like little drops of rain from a height of about six inches above the back and massaged along the vertebrae and back muscles.

Gary Young Performing Raindrop (Oct. 2010)

One of Young Living's most popular essential oil collections, the Raindrop Technique contains nine 5 ml or (15 ml in Deluxe Kit) essential oils and two premium massage oils that rejuvenate the mind and balance the body.

When the essential oils are properly applied to the neck, back, and feet, this technique can bring about electrical alignment and help relieve a variety of discomforts caused by imbalances in the body, especially those found in the spine. 

The oils used in the Raindrop Technique are anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, anti- cancerous making the technique a wonderful experience for just about anyone. If you suffer the following conditions you may want to consider scheduling an appointment:
*herniated and bulged discs
*nerve damage
*the common cold

 History of Vitaflex Technique®?

Vitaflex is a term coined by Stanley Burroughs from the
phrase: “Vitality through the Reflexes.” The technique
was rediscovered by Stanley Burroughs in the late 1920s.
What is Vitaflex Technique®?
It consists of a specialized form of digital electrical
stimulation using the pads and nails of the fingers, in a
rolling motion to fire voltages into the body through reflex
points. Vitaflex is a very effective technique on its own,
as is aromatherapy (anointing with essential oils), however
combining the two, the effectiveness of both is enhanced

The Vitaflex technique can be used to clear the colon,
respiratory system and sinuses, to release tension and
stress from the head and brain, as well as aligning the hip
and atlas. Vitaflex technique to the ear can also help with
tension in the jaw, and the rest of the head too.

How does Vitaflex Technique® work?

Vitaflex makes use of the piezoelectric characteristic
of the human skin where pressures, however slight,
induce voltages and corresponding currents in the body.
“Piezo” is a Greek prefix meaning “pressure”. Many
crystals are piezoelectric, including quartz, which has
many industrial applications. When pressure is applied
to the body by the Vitaflex manoeuvre, voltage builds up
to a maximum as the finger pads roll from flat to vertical.
Then as the fingers flip over on to the nails, which are
electric insulators, the electrical connection is suddenly
broken firing the build-up of electricity into the body.
If oils are applied at the point of the Vitaflex, they are
carried into the body along generated currents.

Which essential oils are used in Vitaflex Technique®?

Vitaflex can be given without the use of Young Living
Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils. If oils are required they
can be varied depending on your requirements.

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The Raindrop Technique- A Statistical Validation

During the past ten years, Raindrop Technique has become a widely used therapeutic protocol throughout the United States. Numerous anecdotal accounts relate the significant and substantive benefits generated by this procedure. Raindrop Technique has been use to ameloriate cases of viral infection, kyphosis, scoliosis, chronic fatigue syndrome, and many other conditions.
As its popularity and usage have increased, a small group of aromatherapists has questioned the use of the procedure and its reliance on undiluted therapeutic-grade essential oils. So, in an effort to statistically validate the benefit (or lack thereof) of the Raindrop Technique, I circulated a questionnaire in late 2001 among several thousand aromatherapists, health practitioners, and users of essential oils to poll those who receive Raindrop and those who perform it. This study summarizes the experiences of more than 14,000 sessions of Raindrop.
Of the 422 adults who responded to the survey, 370 were female and 52 were male. They represented 39 states of the United States, 5 provinces of Canada, and 5 other countries. 265 were facilitators, 259 were both facilitators and receivers, 157 were receivers only. Among the 416 receivers, a total of 3,584 Raindrop procedures were experienced (mean value = 8.6 treatments each). Among the 265 facilitators, a total of 11,256 procedures were reported (mean value = 42.5 each). Receivers reported their Raindrop experiences to be Positive (97%), Pleasant (98%), Resulted in healing (16%), Felt better afterwards (98%), Improved health (89%), and Improved emotional state (86%). 99.9% of receivers said they would receive Raindrop again.
The differences in the response rates among those who reported improved health vs. actual healing can be due to the subjects’ likely interpretation of the question. “Healing” implies a total resolution of a preexisting disease or health condition, whereas “improved health” merely indicates an improvement (whether slight or great) in health or preexisting condition.
46.2% identified themselves as licensed professionals. 27% were massage therapists (LMT, CMT, RMT). 11% were registered nurses while 1.5% were chiropractors. There was one M.D. and one D.O. who responded.
As for negative responses: 1 in 168 (67 incidences out 11,256 reported Raindrops) considered Raindrop to be unpleasant. 1 in 489 considered it a negative experience. Only 1 in 1,023 said they would not receive Raindrop again. Unpleasant experiences reported (in order of frequency) were: Burning sensation on skin, Skin rashes, Nausea, Headaches, Tiredness. Most identified these as symptoms of a detoxification process. All of these were reported as temporary, often followed by positive results including relief of various symptoms.
Perceived benefits reported (in order of frequency) were: Removed back pain, Stopped cold or flu, Euphoria, Felt energized, Relieved stress or anxiety, General reduction of pain.
The study includes 74 brief commentaries by Raindrop facilitators and receivers that provide insights into the technique, its practice and outcomes, that cannot be discerned from numerical data alone.

A Statistical Validation of Raindrop Technique by David Stewart, PH.D., R.A