Oil Of The Month Of August


helps top of lungs & will stop a fever

*fill jar with distilled water add eucalyptus radiata – shake place cloth in jar*




Tidbit Thursday

“An antibiotic kills perhaps a half-dozen different disease organisms, but silver kills some 650. Resistant strains fail to develop. Moreover, silver is virtually non-toxic.” – Dr. Harry Margraf

Silver’s importance as a bactericide has been documented only since the late 1800’s, but its use in purification has been known throughout the ages. Early records indicate that the Phoenicians, for example, used silver vessels to keep water, wine, and vinegar pure during their long voyages.

In America, pioneers moving west put silver and copper coins in their water barrels to keep them clean. In fact, “born with a silver spoon in his mouth” is not a reference to wealth, but to health. In the early 18th century, babies who were fed with silver spoons were healthier than those fed with spoons made from other metals, and silver pacifiers found wide use in America because of their beneficial health effects.

Wisdom Wednesday

Children find this blend very relaxing, particularly if they are overstimulated.

This blend has been diffused in schools with children who cannot settle down in the afternoons with good success.

The ingredients in the blend can help calm one’s nerves and be emotionally supportive:

– Ylang Ylang Complete: The fragrance is soft & sweet. It stimulates the same part of the brain that releases endorphins.

– Orange, sweet: Orange is known as the Oil of Tranquility. Emotionally, Orange is an uplifting, anti-depressive and de-stressing essential oil without being sedative.

– Rose: Even in highly diluted concentrations, Rose Oil has a very strong psychological effect; it is a good tonic to the soul.

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