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Today’s “Share of the day”: A mega-list of 75 ways to use essential oils. Seventy-five! Who would have thought that there were even half that many? Not only that – but this is a really good list. (Link after my commentary)
My favorite of the 75 uses? I’m hard pressed to think of a top pick here, as I love using essential oils for so many things that I simply wouldn’t be without…. but one of the innovative ones that I hadn’t considered, jumped out at me: How about #22 – making a scented love-letter or card? The thing is, you don’t just want to drip essential oil onto the envelope – you will ruin it and quite possibly cause your amorous words to run and turn into a giant stain! Ever spilled olive oil on a piece of paper? Nope, not the way. The trick is to drip the oil onto a cotton ball, then seal the stationery inside a ziplock bag overnight with the cotton ball. Which oil to use? I can even help with that – see our page on the Top 14 Aphrodisiac Essential Oils Of All Time!
The list is absolutely brilliant and worthy of printing out I would say. Note that the author created it specifically to work with “Young Living” essential oils – some (but not all) of which are special blends. Even so, the ideas on her page are absolutely invaluable to an essential oil fanatic and if you are “in deep” you will probably want to use your own oil combinations anyway.
Ok, I am going to stop raving about it now. Here is the link to the full original post: 75 Ways To Use Young Living Essential Oils Enjoy!
PS. – Just in case anyone is interested, the image that I used for the “cover photo” for this post is from the Eden’s Garden “Supreme Aromatherapy” Set of 64 100% Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils for sale on Amazon.com. This is an amazing set and worth checking out, even if you are just curious to see which oils are in the collection. The price for the set of 64 is (currently at the time of posting) $198 plus shipping, which works out at just over $3 per bottle. Personally I would probably go for a smaller set (Eden’s Garden has a full range from individual bottles all the way up to a set of 128 I think), as there might be some that I would never use – however on the flip-side with a big set to explore you might discover a new favorite that you had never experienced before…