Essential Oils

Essential oils are natural aromatic compounds found in the seeds, bark, stems, roots, and flowers of plants. They can be both beautifully and powerfully fragrant, eliciting profound emotional responses. Yet the use of essential oils goes well beyond their fragrant appeal. Used throughout history for their medicinal and therapeutic benefits, essential oils can be used as natural alternatives in holistic self-care practices. Their unique chemistry allows them to be used aromatically and applied topically to the skin, while other essential oils can be used as dietary aids to promote vitality and well-being.

Therapeutic Grade essentials oils is carefully extracted by a global network of skilled growers, distillers, and chemists ensuring a consistently powerful user experience. They are 100% pure aromatic extracts and contain no artificial ingredients and are tested to be free of contaminants such as pesticides or other chemical residues.

We welcome your participation in our mission to share the life-enhancing benefits of therapeutic-grade essential oils with the world. Your path to a new philosophy of wellness begins by opening a bottle.

For more information on these amazing essential oils, click here .

By Mary Beth Michael 07 Sep, 2016
This is a great recipe using an anti-bacterial and anti-fungal protective blend of essential oils for a hand cleansing and/or sanitizing spray.  This spray is an easy way to cleanse and protect your hands.  You can conveniently keep a bottle of this spray in your purse, car, backpack or office for any time you need it.

4 ounce spray bottle, glass preferred but for children can be placed in a good quality plastic spray bottle
1 TBLSP Aloe Vera Gel
20 drops Protective Blend essential oil

First, in a spray bottle, combine the aloe vera and Protective Blend essential oil.
Next, fill the rest of the bottle with water.  Shake to combine.

Spray on hands and rub together.
Use to wipe down tables in public spaces when traveling.

By Mary Beth Michael 07 Aug, 2016
1/4 cup white wine vinegar
2 TBLSP extra virgin olive oil
1 drop  B asil essential oil
2 drops  L emon essential oil
1 clove garlic, finely minced
1 TBLSP minced shallot
2 medium zucchinis, ends removed and discarded
8 large fresh basil leaves, sliced thin
8 oz. cherry tomatoes in a variety of colors, sliced in half lengthwise
5 oz. small fresh mozzarella balls
salt and pepper to taste

To prepare the dressing:
In a small jar, combine white wine vinegar, extra virgin olive oil,  B asil essential oil,  L emon essential oil, garlic and shallot.  Screw the lid to the jar on tightly, then shake until well mixed.  Set aside.

To prepare the salad:
Using a vegetable spiralizer, prepare the zucchini using the straight blade according to manufacturer's recommended instructions.  Alternatively, slice the zucchini into ribbons using a vegetable peeler or mandolin.

In a mixing bowl, toss the zucchini with the cut up basil leaves.  Transfer to a large serving platter.  Arrange the tomatoes and the mozzarella on top of the bed of zucchini.

Pour the dressing on top of the prepared salad, then sprinkle the top with salt and pepper, seasoning to taste.


Sharing Natural Bonus tip: Have back pain? Sore muscles? 
Don't reach for the medicine just yet.
Learn about some of these natural muscle relaxers. 
Did you know Chamomile Tea is a  natural muscle relaxer ?

Share by: