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Essential oils every day can help you stay healthy!


I don’t have to work at using oils – I turn to them for so many different things. I don’t even think it matters which oils you choose to use. Each one covers a lot of territory! All I know is that, since I started using them about 13 years ago, I don't get sick as often, and if I do, the problem doesn't last as long. That's my experience and I think it can be yours, too.


What I like about these oils


My most interesting experience with Basil came with my mother, who had pretty much lost her sense of smell. I'd read that basil could help with that, and she was willing to experiment, so she kept a bottle next to her bed and inhaled Basil every day. In a couple of months, she reported that she could actually smell things once in a while. 


Besides the fact that Bergamot smells great, I've found it helpful for relieving feelings of despair or anger - especially when those feelings come from another person's sad experiences.


Deliverance is by far my most-used oil. I love it for every germ concern, whether it's breathing it in whenever I fly, to spraying doorknobs, to rubbing it on my hands when they might be exposed to something scary.


Lemongrass isn't my favorite aroma, but many people just love it. I do know that it's great for purifying and cleaning, and it provides a wide variety of other benefits.


Oregano came to my rescue a few years ago when I had a cough that just kept hanging on - forever! I was searching for one more thing to try when a man at a preparedness store suggested Oregano, and that was my answer.


I don't have any personal experience with Weightless, but it's a pretty popular oil, maybe because it works on an emotional as well as a physical level. 


Read more of my essential oil experiences on this post.

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