sometime before we traveled to get lil bit, but it wasn't the time
to purchase them and I wanted to research them more also.
I have always been drawn to natural ways to help care for us
and our home. The YL oils sounded promising but I wanted to
find out more. So I waited and I did research them as I had time
and decided to give them a try and so I signed up to purchase them
(And sell them maybe in the future).
So after having the #yloils for a few weeks now ~ I find ways to use them a lot in our daily routines. The friend I signed up under is a NICU RN and we've discussed several times ways we can try to naturally care for our families and home but we also won't just use something because it sounds good so these are merely my opinions on using them. So far *i* feel like the essential oils we use have helped: ~decreased night time allergy flareups with my kids (sneezing/coughing/turn into colds yuckies)~ helped lil bit and us sleep THRU the nights (diffusing peace & calming and used behind the ears), calmed nerves/tension/stress during stressful family/sporting/celebration events by using stress away oil on wrists, helped ease hubs chronic back & shoulder pain using pan away oil in coconut oil rubbed onto back & spine, eased (unplanned ) sunburn pain with lavender oil (2drops) to coconut oil & aloe Vera gel, naturally cleaned kitchen and bath with lavender & lemon oils added in spray bottle with water.
I am still weary of ingesting oils although I have used the peppermint and lemon in water to reduce acid reflux issues - but recommend everyone do their own research on ingesting oils or anything for that matter- even though YL does recommend and say it is perfectly safe !?! I dunno? I know prescribed drugs we all take and OTC meds contain all sorts of toxins also!?
That's my .02
I appreciate the opinions of other real life mamas out there trying to find ways to care for their families, so if anyone has other ways they have found essential oils to help I would love to share ideas.
Sometimes things work & help and sometimes they don't
Again these are merely my opinions and not backed by any medical proof ;)