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Young Living’s Wellness Essential Oils Part II – here are the facts!

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I said in my last post how FRUSTRATING it’s been – for SO long – to not be able to talk about all the therapeutic, health-giving properties of Young Living’s oils. At last, with the release of their Wellness Essential Oils collection I can spill the beans!

This is Part II (you can find my first post about these amazing Wellness oils here) with another seven super essential oils for you and your family to enjoy and benefit from.

Did you know… they’re the same oils!

Young Living’s Wellness Essential Oils collection look a little different – they come with a white label and the wellness claims I’m going to share with you are approved by the TGA (Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration), but the oils inside the bottles are the very same pure, powerful ones that Young Living have been selling all along.

So, let me talk about these seven new Wellness essential oils and EXACTLY what they can do for you!

Note – legally I have to include the dosage form and the active ingredients for each one, in case you’re wondering. Of course, in the case of Young Living’s single oils – the only active ingredient they have is 100% PURE essential oil – ethically and sustainably sourced with love, devotion and commitment!

Bergamot Wellness Essential Oil

(5ml/15ml liquid; active ingredients – Bergamot oil; used topically, inhalation or aromatically)*

So many people love it in their Earl Grey tea, but here are some of the many reasons I love Bergamot – and you should too!

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Bergamot is traditionally used in Aromatherapy to:

  • decrease symptoms of indigestion
  • improve digestive weakness
  • relieve symptoms of sore throat/pharyngitis
  • relieve the symptoms and severity of mild upper respiratory tract infections
  • reduce symptoms of mild throat infections
  • help the healing of mild skin burns and sunburns
  • enhance healing of minor skin wounds and scratches
  • relieve symptoms of stress and mild anxiety
  • relieve and reduce body temperature and mild fever
  • induce sleep
  • promote healthy sleep patterns

and also as an antiseptic for minor cuts and abrasions.

Cedarwood Wellness Essential Oil

(5ml/15ml liquid; active ingredients – Cedarwood oil; used topically, inhalation or aromatically)*

Okay, I’ll be honest… I don’t really like the smell of Cedarwood. But its many benefits for all kinds of uses are fantastic. Additionally, you can always add a couple of drops of Lavender essential oil to sweeten the scent and increase the benefits!
It’s traditionally used in Aromatherapy to:

  • relieve fatigue and feelings of weakness
  • decrease symptoms of stress
  • aid the body to cope with environmental stress
  • support a healthy stress response in the body
  • relieve mild tissue oedema

and also as:

  • an expectorant to clear respiratory tract mucous
  • an antiseptic for minor cuts and abrasions

Ginger Wellness Essential Oil

(5ml/15ml liquid; active ingredients – Ginger root oil; used topically, inhalation or aromatically)**

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When I think of unhappy tummies, I think a ‘tinge of Ginge’ is in order!
So, Ginger wellness essential oil is traditionally used in Aromatherapy to:

  • relieve nausea
  • reduce symptoms and occurrence of motion sickness
  • relieve the symptoms, severity and decrease the duration of the common cold
  • reduce symptoms of a head cold
  • promote and maintain a healthy appetite
  • decrease flatulence
  • relieve symptoms of indigestion
  • promote perspiration

Orange Wellness Essential Oil

(5ml/15ml liquid; active ingredients – Orange oil; used topically, inhalation or aromatically)*

As my girls say, “Orange makes you happy!” So, pop some in the diffuser to lift your mood. But did you know it can also help you with your sleep? And what’s more, it’s traditionally used in Aromatherapy to:

  • induce sleep
  • promote refreshing sleep and healthy sleep patterns
  • reduce the time to fall asleep
  • relieve constipation
  • relieve flatulence
  • decrease the loss of appetite
  • maintain and help regulate a healthy appetite
  • reduce the symptoms and occurrence of mild anxiety
  • aid in mind relaxation
  • increase body relaxation

and finally, as a nervous system relaxant.

Lemongrass Wellness Essential Oil

(5ml/15ml liquid; active ingredients – Lemongrass oil; used topically, inhalation or aromatically)*

Lemongrass – yes, it does great things when you’re cooking up a yummy Asian dish in the kitchen. But the essential oil distilled from this humble plant can make your life better in a whole lot of ways. That’s why I’m delighted to be able to say that Lemongrass is traditionally used in Aromatherapy to:

  • reduce symptoms and duration of headaches
  • relieve the symptoms, severity of the common cold and flu
  • decrease symptoms of head cold
  • reduce body temperature
  • reduce flatulence
  • relieve symptoms of indigestion
  • promote and maintain healthy digestion

and also as:

  • an analgesic to relieve pain
  • an analgesic to relieve mild rheumatic aches

Peppermint Wellness Essential Oil

(5ml/15ml liquid; active ingredients – Peppermint oil; used topically, inhalation or aromatically)*

Of course, we all know Peppermint peps you up. But Peppermint, like Lavender, is a ‘Swiss Army Knife’ of essential oils. As a matter of fact it may be even more versatile. Check out these great benefits!
Peppermint is traditionally used in Aromatherapy to:

  • decrease mild rheumatic aches and pains
  • relieve toothaches
  • decrease headache symptoms
  • decrease the symptoms and duration of mild migraines
  • reduce occurrence of excess intestinal wind and colic (wind/gas pain)
  • relieve flatulence
  • relieve loss of appetite and maintain a healthy appetite;
  • help reduce the symptoms and occurrence of indigestion
  • help increase bile flow
  • relieve nausea
  • reduce menstruation pain
  • relieve cough and as a cough suppressant

and also as:

  • an antipyretic to reduce body temperature
  • an analgesic to relieve pain
  • an antispasmodic
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Ylang Ylang Wellness Essential Oil

(5ml/15ml liquid; active ingredients – Ylang Ylang oil; used topically, inhalation or aromatically)*

The essential oil of love! Smells delicious in and out of the bedroom and yes, it can certainly be used as an aphrodisiac. But wait… there’s more…
Ylang Ylang is traditionally used in Aromatherapy to:

  • reduce symptoms and occurrence of mild anxiety
  • reduce symptoms and occurrence of occasional episodes of gout
  • relieve mild rheumatic aches and pains
  • reduce body temperature
  • improve digestive weakness
  • promote stomach health
  • relieve symptoms of stomach upsets
  • decrease the symptoms and duration of headaches
  • help relieve symptoms of mild tension headaches
  • relieve itchy skin

and also as:

  • an aphrodisiac to promote a healthy libido
  • a laxative

These Wellness Essential Oils are a gift!

There they are – seven more undeniably awesome Wellness essential oils. In case you haven’t guessed, I’m excited about being able to share the therapeutic benefits of these wonderful essential oils with family, friends and strangers far and wide!

In conclusion, I urge you to spread the word and share these precious gifts with the people you love. You’ll be so glad you did… and they’ll be so thankful!

*Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. Not to be taken. If symptoms persist talk to your health professional.

** Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. Keep out of reach of children. Not to be taken. If symptoms persist talk to your health professional.

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