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OILS FOR BEGINNERS AND WHAT WE USE

 Some of the best essential oils for beginners: Roman chamomile Eucalyptus Lavender Tea tree Peppermint Lemon Lemon grass Here are some of our favorite beginner-friendly recipes that incorporate essential oils: COLD Whenever we and our family get a cold, we make a mixture of different oils and put them in a diffuser. The oil blend consists of peppermint, eucalyptus, tea tree and occasionally ravensara. Our goal here is to open the airways (clogged noses) and help clear the mind. Eucalyptus works primarily on the upper respiratory tract and helps relieve sinus problems. A fix of mint will make the air fresh and 'lift' you up. Tea tree will help disinfect the room, as it acts as an antiseptic. If using...

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How to choose essential oil? Beginner's gide.

Aromatherapy is a method of healing with herbs. This plant medicine is said to be one of the most powerful powers of natural healing. One essential oil has multiple therapeutic benefits!Includes a beginner's guide. Something about the basics of finding peacock essential oils and using them! How to choose the right essential oils? 1. Identify the problem.Why do you want to start using essential oils? Do you have physical problems? Is it chronic or acute? Maybe you just want to relax? Or would you like to perfume your apartment?Once you know what you want, you will also know which essential oil to choose.It is true that there is an oil that is intended for a specific use, but also consider...

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All about Palo Santo and Incense

What is palo santo used for?  Palo santo is a traditional remedy for pain, inflammation, and stress. It's also used to clear out negative energy. You can burn palo santo as incense or apply the oil on your skin. Always buy from a reputable retailer to make sure your palo santo is responsibly sourced What is the difference between burning sage and palo santo? While sage rids spaces of ALL energies, Palo Santo is said to cleanse the negative energy away and bring in the good. It's got a fresh smell that's sweet and subtle with hints of mint and citrus. Medicinally, this wood contains natural terpenes that can have a positive impact on free radical damage.  Which is better sage or...

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Organic and Non-Organic Essential Oils

The Difference Between Organic and Non-Organic Essential Oils Organic essential oils are oils that are derived from plants that are not grown with pesticides, fertilisers or other chemicals. Acient essential oils are studiously selected, mostly sourced from primary sources, tested for purity and subjected to rigorous quality control standards.  They have been sourcing and bottling Essential Oils for over 22 years gradually weeding out unreliable supply lines and always striving to improve quality and value.       What Does Organic Mean? First, there must be absolutely no Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) used in the entire process, from planting the seed to processing the oil. The soil where the plants grow must be clean of any prohibited substances applied to...

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Bamoo toothbrushes - why?

Bamboo products🌱Because nature is so beautiful and without it we can’t and can’t, let the products be climate neutral. The companies that follow all this are also The Bamboovment, whose products you can find in our online store.This contributes to:Reduction of environmental damagePreventing the endangerment of animal habitats and thus their extinctionProtection of indigenous peoples Wondering how they work climate neutral?Bamboo toothbrush, a product you see more and more on the shelves. But how are these bamboo toothbrushes actually made? In this blog, we delve into the production process of a bamboo toothbrush, the materials used and the benefits of this product.The process of making a bamboo toothbrush is actually quite simple. For example, MOSO bamboo is the first thing...

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