October Offerings

October 2017

Yogis and Oil Lovers,

Fall is here.  The colors are so beautiful and the air is getting crisp in the evenings.  This is my absolute favorite month of the year!  And this is a busy one.  I am returning to school in Duluth on the 6th to start my TT500 level training in Somatic Yoga.  Each month that I am in Duluth, on Thursday evening, I will be teaching a class at Embody Yoga on incorporating essential oils into your practice.

Freedom through Self Care Retreat Weekend

is October 20-22nd at Mink Mountain Resort.  I am looking forward to this first of many, small group gatherings to celebrate our inherent light and worth. Self Care is the process of growing Self-Love by learning unconditional acceptance of who we are; Celebrating that we were born beautiful, powerful, magnificent and Divinely sacred. Registration is now closed.

“You Can Heal Your Life” group book study is underway online Sunday nights.  Reach out if you want to get in.  We start week 2 tonight.

EO Education

My work schedule has been changed and I am now working from home Thursdays-Sundays with Saturdays being my personal day.  If you want to chat oils feel free to reach out…

NEW Business Hours

Tues-Thurs: 2-4pm

Fri: 12-9pm

Sun-Mon: 12-4pm

 

Mink Mountain Yoga

Classes are most Thursday and Sunday nights from 6:45-8pm $15

Drop-in room has become available.  Feel free to text me at 807-621-0615 for availability.

 

Promos

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This month if you put in a 200 pv order, you’ll get all three!

The oil of the month is OnGuard with a 125pv LRP by the 15th.

Ginger is 10% off and both Deep Blue Rub and Terrazyme are now available from the Canadian Warehouse!

22157026_494610544237697_978735646_n*The NEW Oils are available tomorrow Oct 2nd*

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NAME: Siberian Fir $20w/$26.67r/20pv

SOURCE: Russia

PART OF PLANT: Needle/Twig

DISTILLING METHOD: Steam

CHEMICAL COMPONENT: ESTERS/Bornyl Acetate/RESTORING

Our existing conifer oils are white fir, douglas fir, cedarwood, juniper berry, arborvitae, and cypress.

Fir oils have similar characteristics and benefits

Why do we want this? White Fir is no longer being sold, as we can’t get it in the sustainable sourcing, quantity and quality we want.

Siberian Fir has more prominent chemistry.

When compared, the chemistry between Siberian and White Fir, showed us the notable difference. For example, ‘Bornyl Acetate’ compound in White Fir is 11.25 and in Siberian is 24.4

It’s recommended for topical, aromatic and internal use! WOW. (usually we don’t take fir oils internally!!) THIS ONE YOU CAN.

Aromatic:
Evokes feelings of relaxation and rest, helps reduce anxious feelings and reduce stress.  Inhale to soothe dry airways (this is not to be taken lightly, this is powerful!)

Topically:
Apply to soothe skin irritations (rash, overstressed tissues, wound, bites, blemishes),

apply to calm overactive tissues and ease discomfort.

Internally:
Use 1-3 drops in a capsule to support body systems.

Application:
-Combine with a citrus oil for surface cleansing
-Use in combination with rosemary, eucalyptus, cypress for lime for clarifying aroma and respiratory
-Blend with melaleuca to eliminate blemishes and promote healthy skin

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NAME: CO-PAI-BA $35 wholesale/$46 retail/35pv

SOURCE: South American Rain forest

PART OF PLANT: Resin

DISTILLING METHOD: Steam

CHEMICAL COMPONENT: CARYOPHYLLENE/SESQUITERPENE(long lasting)/CALMING carry-O-phy-lene

The primary chemical constituent of Copaiba essential oil is caryophyllene, a bicyclic sesquiterpene that is also found in Black Pepper. While caryophyllene is responsible for some of the bioactive properties of Copaiba, many other properties of the oil are attributed to diterpenes uniquely found in Copaiba.  doTERRA’s has the industry’s highest level of caryophyllene at 60%.

BENEFIT:CALMING

SYSTEMS AFFECTED: Copaiba essential oil is calming, soothing, and supportive to the skin and nervous system. Recent research on caryophyllene suggests a number of other means by which Copaiba essential oil can support overall health. When taken internally, caryophyllene possesses strong antioxidant properties, promotes healthy cellular function, immune function while supporting overall circulatory health, and helps support the health of the gastrointestinal tract and colon.

Additional research has shown that Copaiba essential oil (with all its constituents) may help keep the mouth, teeth, and gums clean and healthy looking. Topically applied Copaiba oil may also help keep the skin clean and clear while helping to reduce the appearance of blemishes.  Another interesting experimental research study found that Copaiba taken internally may help to support uterine health and ease menstruation.

Benefits: 
Promotes normal inflammatory response
Liver support
Cardiovascular support
Immune support
Digestive support
Skin support

EMOTIONS SUPPORTED: Helps keep us in the present moment

APPLICATION METHODS:

Internally:
-2 drops in a capsules morning and evening
blend with frankincense
-2 drops mixed with citrus in water
-2 drops under tongue each morning
-Blend with peppermint for digestive support

Topically:
-Dilute with FCO and combine with blue tansy for skin irritations, blemishes
-Blend with moisturizer and cedar wood for calming and immune support

Aromatically:
-Combine with Siberian Fir & breathe it in for calming effects
-Combine with citrus oils to uplift mood

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NAME: Blue Tansy $95 wholesale/$126.67 retail/95pv

SOURCE: Northern Morocco

PART OF PLANT: Flower

DISTILLING METHOD: Steam

CHEMICAL COMPONENT: Sabinene/Monoterpenes(fast acting)/Uplifting

Comes from wild crafted sources but it is SUSTAINABLE and the quality is there. Blue Tansy is cultivated different than other flowers. 5 million seedlings will be planted every single year and then cultivated in late fall!

dōTERRA is unceasing to protect this plant and benefits.

soothing relief, skin support, antioxidant, immunity

Topically:

Although this is not an oil that you can take internally, you can use Blue Tansy in a variety of ways both topically and aromatically.

  1. As previously mentioned, Blue Tansy can be great for your skin. We like adding it to our facial cleanser to help reduce the appearance of blemishes. You can also add it into your moisturizer to soothe your skin. Apply topically to soothe skin irritations, apply locally to calm overactive tissue and ease discomfort.
  2. Blue Tansy’s mellow and slightly fruity scent has specific uplifting properties that help create a positive atmosphere when diffused. Try creating your own blends! Oils that go well with Blue Tansy include Geranium, Clary Sage, Petitgrain, Lavender, Juniper Berry, Spearmint, and Ylang Ylang.
  3. Combine with Lavender and Fractionated Coconut Oil for a soothing massage after a long day. Other oils you can combine it with include Wintergreen, Cypress, or even AromaTouch®.
  4. Add six drops to your bath with one tablespoon Fractionated Coconut Oil and one cup Epsom salt for a calming and relaxing atmosphere.                                          ***Notice that Blue Tansy can temporary tint your skin blue! USE AT NIGHT in case that color stays a bit!  Consider diluting it by adding 1-2 drops of your lotion or moisturizer***

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NAME: Neroli $47w/$62.67r/47pv

SOURCE: Egypt

PART OF PLANT: Flower of the Bitter Orange Tree (leaves-petigrain)

DISTILLING METHOD: Steam

CHEMICAL COMPONENT: Linalool/Alcohols (stimulate immune response)/Clarifying

 Linalools affect NMDAR nerve receptors that assist in learning and memory

Stimulates GABA receptors

Calming, soothing, supports sleep

Helps to decrease cortisol levels and decrease anxious feelings… use over heart and breathe it in.

There’s beautiful history of neroli for fertility, calming, and aphrodisiac properties.

Neroli will be sold in “Touch” format, pre-diluted for affordability for all.

Supports healthy intestinal inflammatory response.

During late stages of pregnancy apply on bottoms of feet and ankles to support a positive emotional experience.

Improves hormone function.

Encourages feelings of intimacy.

Supports cellular health optimization, helps regulate healthy cell production, encourages healthy functions of cell death.

Emotionally, Neroli invites you to surrender, let go and release.

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NAME: Jasmine $42w/$56r/42pv

SOURCE: India

PART OF PLANT: Flower

DISTILLING METHOD: Steam

CHEMICAL COMPONENT: Benzyl Acetate& limonene/ESTERS(relaxing)/Calming

It is such a delicate flower they pick it at night before the sun hits the flower and evaporates the oils.

21,000 petals for 5ml bottle, 1.5 days of work!

Jasmine helps you to feel liberated.  Feelings of Joy and Euphoria.  Great heart oil.

Helps maintain healthy blood pressure levels, over pulse points

Helps with labor and menstrual cycles for relaxation

back massages, inhale it…

central nervous system support

you can use jasmine internally (on the roof of the mouth) for mood boost

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NAME: Rose $75w/$100r/75pv

SOURCE: India

PART OF PLANT: Flower

DISTILLING METHOD: Steam

CHEMICAL COMPONENT: Citronellol & Geraniol/ALCOHOLS(immune response)/Clarifying

“Queen of Oils” PERMANENT product of dōTERRA from BULGARIA

emotionally uplifting
helps balance moisture levels in the skin
reduces the appearance of skin imperfections
supports immune response

12,000 for 5ml of rose essential oil

unique chemistry with staying power…when you put rose on your skin you smell it all day long, has a wax like quality (alkanes)

You feel radiant, connected, intimate…

Science behind both neroli and rose contributes to feeling happy and content after childbirth

helps the body to naturally release the desire for pain medication…particularly with morphine

Supports nerve regeneration, brain health and boosts immune system.

 

 

MBWW is LIVE this fall.  I am on “Mindbody Wholewellness” Facebook page Sundays at 3pm EST featuring talks covering all aspects of Self Care; from physical yoga practices, essential oil education and personal development reads to meditation and breath practices.

 


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