By JANE KINGSU CHENG
A whiff of eucalyptus scent can work wonders for those who are experiencing headaches and stuffy noses. This is usually our first exposure to the use of these natural “potions.” Our grandmothers swear by them, passed on from one generation to another. This isn’t something new, but it is a reintroduction of tried-and-tested natural remedies.
“As with all mothers, my kids’ health and wellness are a top priority. Prior to joining Young Living, I was aware of the shift to green products and the ill effects of chemical-based products. Our oils are, in fact, so versatile that they can be used to make one’s own toxin-free personal care and home-care products,” says marketing director Anna Garces.
For those who are new to the use of essential oils, Young Living offers a starter kit, which includes 11 basic essential oils to get your started: Frankincense, Lemon, Peppermint, Copaiba, Raven, Lavender, Thieves, Citrus Fresh, Digize, Panaway, and Stress Away. The kit also comes with a diffuser, accessories , two NingXia Red 60ml, and a product guide.
It is also good to take note that not all essential oils are created equal. Donald Gary Young of Young Living made sure that the company’s distillation techniques bring out the purest of their oils. Pioneering a standard known as Seed to Seal, they only sell 100 percent pure, natural, and uncut oils as they source these ingredients from local communities, ensuring that these bottled oils offer only the finest for your family’s use.…From -
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Author: MB Lifestyle