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Rose + coconut lip balm in new container...built a love/hate with those tin flips we were using, these are sturdier in all climates and hold more ☺️
#organiclipbalm #thewildlily #selflove #floweroils

The Good4YouHerbals Scent Collection :: aromatherapy oils // botanical perfumes, made with all organic ingredients + love :: Island . Beach Rose . Neroli . Meadow . Forest . Sun :: for all signs of the zodiac 💐 #floweroils #perfume #good4youherbals #aromatherapy

Flower-beings appear in my garden. Anticipating Spring and reminding me to prepare. Graceful seasonal transitions take attention to routines and rhythms of nature. #ayurveda #floweroils #crocus #beautyiseverywhere #springforward Hey SNAP @ablondeabout and @jenofmytinyoven 💜💚💜

New exciting Elvive launch, with amla and 6 flower oils... #curlpride #elvive #floweroils #lorealparis

Herbal oils for my sale this Sunday! Amber & Rose, Flower Herbal oil, and Sun Kissed (aloe vera gel blended with herbal oils). #sweetorganicsvt #herbaloils #floweroils

Rich in vitamins and moisture, our natural skincare facial oil is the perfect overnight treatment for normal, oily and combination skins.

Suffused with rosehip, raspberry, and passionflower oils, our face oil gives you intense conditioning.

Lavender, rose geranium, and neroli essential oils help to freshen and rejuvenate your skin and soften fine lines.

There is natural protection from the sun in the raspberry seed oil, too.

Dot a small amount onto your skin and smooth gently after you cleanse and tone. You’ll wake up with soft, refreshed skin.

#faceoil #allnatural #sunprotection #raspberryseedoil #neroli #nourish #rejuvinate #softskin #cleanbeauty #combinationskin #viraminrich #floweroils #handmadeinWales #bbloggers #HBB

Let's end the series with the beautiful, delicate flower called Jasmine. Almost universally loved, jasmine evokes memories of summery evenings and gentle breezes, lifting the spirits, relaxing the body and dissolving emotional barriers, and therefore encouraging intimacy.

Originally native to Persia and Kashmir, and brought to Europe in quantities via spain in the 17th century, Jasmine has a long and rich history in several cultures. In India it symbolises divine hope; in China, the sweetness of women. The Indian Love God (Karma) tips his arrows with jasmine blossoms, to pierce the heart through the senses. In Hindu and Moslem traditions, Jasmine is revered as “the perfume of love”. Long considered an aphrodisiac, jasmine has historically been associated with promoting Intimacy, romance, transcending physical love, closeness and breaking down barriers to full expression of sexuality. Jasmine’s uplifting properties and beautiful scent are an excellent tool in helping overcome a range of sexual problems which are in the head, rather than direct physiological problems of the reproductive systems.

There are at least 43 varieties of jasmine, but only two (Jasminum grandiflorum and Jasminum officinale) are usually used in the production of essential oils. Jasmine officinale was grafted from Jasmine Grandiflorum to make it more adaptable to differing growing conditions. Both are very similar in their chemical constituents and the oils from each are used interchangeably.
By precise definition, the extracts from jasmine and rose are not essential oils but floral absolutes. Huge quantities of petals are used to produce a very small quantity of absolute. Enfleurage and to a lesser extent solvent extracted absolutes have stronger scent and properties than most distilled essential oils, but The enfleurage form has a higher quality and strength of odour than the solvent extraction. For your healths sake, never use solvent extracted essential oils.
#jasmine #aphrodisiac #libido #uplifting #jasmineabsolute #floweroils

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💧Blue Tansy is a floral oil that comes from the Moroccan Chamomile. 🌼 DoTERRA has a very sustainable source for this new oil so don’t be concerned about it running low!💦
❗️We have already been using this oil in 2 of our blends, Balance and Deep Blue, giving them their bluish tint.
😱Yes, blue tansy is BLUE! And when you apply it topically to your skin, especially undiluted, expect it to turn your skin blue! At least, for 30 minutes or so.
🌸In general floral oils are relaxing to body and emotions, soothing and replenishing to the skin and can support proper immune activity. ✨Blue Tansy is high in antioxidants, helps your cells fight off things attacking them, and is great for the immune system.
✨Blue Tansy is also really good for skin support. It helps return your skin to its normal, healthy function (ex. helps with itchy or dry skin)
🌱Aromatically:
>Diffuse to uplift the mood and create a positive environment
>I would recommend diffusing it with another oil since it has a somewhat odd smell itself.
🌱Topically
>Apply topically to soothe skin irritations
>Apply locally to calm overactive tissues and ease discomfort
👐🏽Application
>Use in combination with Lemongrass, Marjoram, or Cinnamon for warming and soothing tissue application after strenuous activity (be sure to dilute)
>Combine with Cedarwood, Frankincense, or Geranium to clarify and support the skin
💙Tips
>Consider diluting when applying topically
>Add one of two drops to doTERRA skin care and lotion
>Blend with other oils
>Not for internal use
>Emotional benefits include helping you take inspired actions in your life, so use it in the morning to get inspiration take action!💫
#bluetansy #takeaction #smurfs #sootheskin #easediscomfort #musclerelief #tissuesupport #immuneboost #antioxidants #chamomile #flowers #floweroils #doterra #natureknows #natural #healthy #happy #essentialoils #relax

|| GERANIUM || The Oil of Love & Trust.

Restores confidence in the innate goodness of others. Encourages emotional honesty, love and forgiveness. Helps us heal a broken heart and feel comforted and supported.

This beautiful floral oil is also deeply healing for our skin.

Add a drop to nourishing oils like jojoba or rosehip and massage into your skin after a shower to nourish and hydrate. Added bonus you will smell amazing and reap the powerful emotional support of this oil . 🌹

Rich in vitamins and moisture, our natural skincare facial oil is the perfect overnight treatment for normal, oily and combination skins. And this handy mini size is perfect for travel or just to try before committing to the full size 👍🏻 Suffused with rosehip, raspberry, and passionflower oils, our face oil gives you intense conditioning.

Lavender, rose geranium, and neroli essential oils help to freshen and rejuvenate your skin whilst helping to soften fine lines.

There is natural protection from the sun in the raspberry seed oil, too.

Dot a small amount onto your skin and smooth gently after you cleanse and tone. You’ll wake up with soft, refreshed skin.

#faceoil #allnatural #nightoil #sunprotection #essentialoils #raspberryseedoil #neroli #nourish #rejuvinate #softskin #cleanbeauty #combinationskin #viraminrich #floweroils #cleanbeauty #greenbeauty #handmadeinWales #bbloggers #greenbloggers #beefriendly #rawhoney #HBB

Way to excited to be able to put on these precious oils! New flower oils from doterra! It is convenient roller ball bottle and diluted specific to the each essential oil type so we can enjoy!! The scent is even too beautiful!! #whatoilsforthat #hawaii #newoils #floweroils #highvibe #goodvibe #health #natural #tipstouse #selfcare

Using my flower oils today for a little pick me up and came across this quote.
FYI these letter boards take FOREVER to take each letter off the strip it comes on 😂😂😂
#joyessentialoil #geraniumessentialoil #lavenderessentialoil #ylangylangessentialoil #floweroils #oilymama #oilylife #yleo #youngliving #fridaymood #fridayvibes #fridayfeeling #cheerstotheweekend #letterboard #letterboardquotes #blackandwhite #flowersbloom 🌷🌸🌺🌱🌿🍃☀️

I love flower essential oils. Many of them you can use on their own as a natural perfume. Some of my top oils are neroli and rose. What's your favourite? #flowers #floweroil #floweroils #fragrance #naturalfragrance #scent #naturalscents #perfume #perfumery #aroma #aromatic #aromatherapy #aromatherapist #anuukaromatic

Let's end the series with the beautiful, delicate flower called Jasmine. Almost universally loved, jasmine evokes memories of summery evenings and gentle breezes, lifting the spirits, relaxing the body and dissolving emotional barriers, and therefore encouraging intimacy.

Originally native to Persia and Kashmir, and brought to Europe in quantities via spain in the 17th century, Jasmine has a long and rich history in several cultures. In India it symbolises divine hope; in China, the sweetness of women. The Indian Love God (Karma) tips his arrows with jasmine blossoms, to pierce the heart through the senses. In Hindu and Moslem traditions, Jasmine is revered as “the perfume of love”. Long considered an aphrodisiac, jasmine has historically been associated with promoting Intimacy, romance, transcending physical love, closeness and breaking down barriers to full expression of sexuality. Jasmine’s uplifting properties and beautiful scent are an excellent tool in helping overcome a range of sexual problems which are in the head, rather than direct physiological problems of the reproductive systems.

There are at least 43 varieties of jasmine, but only two (Jasminum grandiflorum and Jasminum officinale) are usually used in the production of essential oils. Jasmine officinale was grafted from Jasmine Grandiflorum to make it more adaptable to differing growing conditions. Both are very similar in their chemical constituents and the oils from each are used interchangeably.
By precise definition, the extracts from jasmine and rose are not essential oils but floral absolutes. Huge quantities of petals are used to produce a very small quantity of absolute. Enfleurage and to a lesser extent solvent extracted absolutes have stronger scent and properties than most distilled essential oils, but The enfleurage form has a higher quality and strength of odour than the solvent extraction. For your healths sake, never use solvent extracted essential oils.
#jasmine #aphrodisiac #libido #uplifting #jasmineabsolute #floweroils

I have a date with the tub later 🛀 Sakura bath 🌸 love Lush and all their delicious scented products. #lushfreshhandmadecosmetics #delicious #floweroils #spaathome #metime #smellssogood #supporting #tubhereicome

My Facebook group had a recent spurt of negative influences and I thought it would be perfect to reference a calming oil, so let's talk about the calming powers of lavender.
Historically lavender has been appreciated for about 2,500 years. The Egyptians used lavender in embalming and burial rites. Many cultures used the oil and herb for its medicinal qualities, which became forgotten when modern medicine became increasingly popular around the turn of the century.
Lavender essential oil was primarily used as a perfume ingredient until 1937 when the very powerful healing properties of essential oils were rediscovered by a famous French chemist, Rene-Maurice Gattefosse, who plunged his severely burned hand into a large vat of lavender oil as a knee-jerk reaction to being on fire. His hand completely healed to his amazement and modern aromatherapy was born. Not long after, Dr. Jean Valnet, used essential oils to successfully treat injured soldiers during World War II. He then went on to become a world leader in the development of aromatherapy practices. The modern use of essential oils has continued to grow incredibly rapidly as health scientists and medical practitioners continue to research why and how they work.
So guys, it all started with lavender, an oil that so many of us take for granted. Lavender calms, cools, and soothes the body, mind, and spirit. Lavender facilitates communication within the body itself and energetically.
In Ayurveda, lavender is perfect for cooling and calming excess pitta. It works to activate all chakras and meridians. In TCM, lavender calms the fire element and excess heat.
I personally love blending lavender with citrus oils, and one of my favorite happy diffuser blends is a combo of lime and lavender.

#calming #lavender #historyofessentialoils #chakras #ayurveda #TCM #floweroils

Our 'Busy Bee Face Oil' is made up of the most beautiful vitamin rich flowers oils including passionflower, neroli and raspberry seed oil so not only does it smell divine but will leave your skin deeply nourished and hydrated for super soft baby skin 👍🏻💚. Use a few drops as a night treatment plus use on sunny days for some extras sun protection ☀️ #faceoil #vitaminrich #floweroils #raspberryseedoil #passionfloweroil #neroli #BusyBee #softskin #nourish #rejuvenate #hydrate #glowingskin #ecobeauty #greenbeauty #crueltyfree #madewithlove #instabeauty #HBB

Rose + coconut lip balm in new container...built a love/hate with those tin flips we were using, these are sturdier in all climates and hold more ☺️
#organiclipbalm #thewildlily #selflove #floweroils

Doterra's comforting blend is a combination of flowers and tree oils that soothe sorrow and grief. The flowers in this blend are ylang ylang, rose, and osmanthus. Since I have already discussed the first two oils in previous posts, I'll focus only on osmanthus here.
Osmanthus is an ancient Chinese medicine remedy that has been used for centuries in expensive perfumes and traditional medicines to clear stagnation particularly in the lungs, spleen and kidney meridians and associated systems. The flower's oil has warming and pungent properties making it perfect for the lungs which deal with grief and loss in TCM theory.
In Ayurveda, osmanthus would be very active for kapha pacifying, aiding in stimulating the sluggishness that Kapha types can deal with.
This blend also contains the following oils: frankincense, patchouli, labdanum, amyris, and sandalwood. I will be discussing wood oils in an upcoming series.
Applying Console to the inner wrists (where the heart, lung, and pericardium meridians lie) over the heart and lungs and anywhere you feel loss or anger in your body is perfect to begin healing. Application should be often to support your body in processing and letting go of the painful emotions.

From a physical standpoint, using console to support digestion, the immune system, the lungs and large intestine (keeps things moving down there). This blend would also be a great support to the adrenals and hormones.

#loss #lungmeridian #tcm #ayurveda #kapha #stagnation #phlegm #floweroils #osmanthus

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Geranium essential oil has been used for thousands of years in perfumery, cooking, and medicinal preparations by many cultures. Perhaps the most notable use of geranium was by the Egyptians, who believed it cured cancer. In the 1700s, Geranium became popular among the Victorian populous and was used for decoration and perfuming. In the French method of aromatherapy, geranium was used internally for liver and gallbladder health, reproductive and urinary support, and GI conditions.
Geranium has amazing cleansing properties, so it is perfect for the skin and internal organs to support healthy function. In Chinese medicine it is prized for supporting the water element and the organs that go with that- the kidney, urinary bladder, reproductive organs, hair, bones, and adrenals. This oil emotionally restores love and trust, and is very relaxing, helping sleep and stress. Geranium also assists blood and nerve flow and dilates the bile ducts. Geranium is so gentle it can be used neat on the skin and ingested in food or drink. As for Ayurveda, Geranium is a pitta and vata pacifying oil.
Midwives and doulas love geranium for birth aftercare for moms and babies because of it's gentle, calming abilities.
I love to blend geranium with citrus or wood oils for diffusing. My daughter uses it in her sleep blend, and I also use it in blends for the heart chakra and to support hormone balance and the liver and gallbladder.
I want to know how you use geranium!

#geranium #geraniol #waterelement #momandbaby #pitta #ayurveda #flowerpower #floweroils

Geranium essential oil has been used for thousands of years in perfumery, cooking, and medicinal preparations by many cultures. Perhaps the most notable use of geranium was by the Egyptians, who believed it cured cancer. In the 1700s, Geranium became popular among the Victorian populous and was used for decoration and perfuming. In the French method of aromatherapy, geranium was used internally for liver and gallbladder health, reproductive and urinary support, and GI conditions.
Geranium has amazing cleansing properties, so it is perfect for the skin and internal organs to support healthy function. In Chinese medicine it is prized for supporting the water element and the organs that go with that- the kidney, urinary bladder, reproductive organs, hair, bones, and adrenals. This oil emotionally restores love and trust, and is very relaxing, helping sleep and stress. Geranium also assists blood and nerve flow and dilates the bile ducts. Geranium is so gentle it can be used neat on the skin and ingested in food or drink. As for Ayurveda, Geranium is a pitta and vata pacifying oil.
Midwives and doulas love geranium for birth aftercare for moms and babies because of it's gentle, calming abilities.
I love to blend geranium with citrus or wood oils for diffusing. My daughter uses it in her sleep blend, and I also use it in blends for the heart chakra and to support hormone balance and the liver and gallbladder.
I want to know how you use geranium!

#geranium #geraniol #waterelement #momandbaby #pitta #ayurveda #flowerpower #floweroils

Ylang Ylang is a unique flower, because as a wild flower, it had no detectable scent. It was only after years of careful selection and cloning that coaxed out sweet fragrance we know today.
Historically, much like rose essential oil, ylang ylang was used for newlyweds, libido, and matters of the heart. In beauty products, it is well loved for skin and hair, especially split ends. From an Ayurvedic and TCM standpoint, ylang ylang is amazing to pacify vata and support the kidney meridian and water element, as it is calming, and supports the adrenals, hormonal systems, hair, and sexual energies, and chi.
In the case of shock, grief, and anger it is emotionally calming. It restores joy after loss, and returns us to a childlike state of mind, one of innocence and heart knowing. Buried feelings can be released with the help of ylang ylang.
And now for a little science - Caryophyllene is a sesquiterpene found in high amounts in Black Pepper, Ylang Ylang, and Melissa essential oils. It activates a specific type of cannabinoid receptor that is being studied for many benefits, but that has no psychoactive activity, called Cannabinoid Receptor Type 2, or CB2.
Activating CB2 with caryophyllene is being studied for many benefits, including that of supporting the body’s normal immune response to inflammatory stressors such as intense exercise. These receptors are present in immune cells as well as some regions of the brain and brainstem. Caryophyllene’s support of healthy cell growth may also be tied to activating CB2 receptors.

Like all the flower oils, ylang ylang is very potent. Just a few drops in a blend can really go a long way and become overpowering if you add too much. Ylang ylang blends well with mint, citrus, and tree oils. I love using it for occasional soreness, the heart, exhaustion, and sleep. How do you use this incredible flower oil?

#ylangylang #floweroils #innerchild #cannabinoid #libido #heartchakra #kidneymeridian #vata #recoveringfromloss #pain

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