Light The Fire, Latest Essential Oil From Young Living.

Barbara HauckUncategorized

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Recently Young Living Essential Oils Company had a rousing 2015 International Grand Convention in Dallas, Texas.  Each year Gary Young makes it a point to introduce a new essential oil. This year’s blend has a get up and go name:  Light The Fire

D. Gary Young specifically formulated this unique and proprietary combination to complement and support the Light the Fire  convention theme. This warm, spicy fragrance includes several exclusive Young Living essential oils, such as Northern Lights Black Spruce, the first oil distilled at our new Northern Lights Canada farm; Mastrante and Ocotea from our Ecuador farm; Hinoki and Jade Lemon™ from our Taiwan farm; and Nutmeg, Cassia, Canadian Fleabane, and Black Pepper.

BLACK SPRUCE – It is physically grounding and relaxing. Has a sweet and earthy scent that is fresh and fruity.  (You can almost smell the fir just from the next picture.  What is the Spiritual Influence? Spruce essential oil will ground and balance the body and release emotional blocks. The Native Americans used Spruce for its purifying and cleansing effect. It is also said to release blocks to prosperity and wealth.

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(Black Spruce)

HINOKI – has a spicy, lemon aroma. It has been known to energize and uplift the mind and may help calm and relax during brief periods of agitation. Where is the Name Derived From?  In Japan Hinoki means “white cedar“; it also means fire tree as it was and still is used to make fire through friction in the Shinto Shrines. Cypress comes from a Greek word “sempervivens” meaning “live forever

Jade Lemon™ is grown in the warm, humid climate of southeast China. While other lemons begin to release some of their oils aromatically as they turn yellow, the jade lemon fruit remains green even in maturity, allowing the concentration of oil to continue within the fruit. The oil is released only after the fruit is picked, giving it a richer and more fragrant aroma

CASSIA – Cassia essential oil helps to release the energy of worthless, unimportant and suppression that keeps us separate from our higher self and our divine source. I get that this was why it was used in the Holy Anointing Oil given to Moses

cassia (Cassia)

BLACK PEPPER – The benefits of black pepper include soothing muscle discomfort after exercise. It also is energizing to the mind while being comforting to the body. (yes, good old black pepper, interesting eh?)

Black pepper is good for those of us who worry constantly and have great stress. It empowers us to release those negative energies and embrace our own power.

It also gives us the physical stamina and courage to overcome the things that are creating the problems to begin with!

It also helps us “digest” unhealthy feelings towards people especially ourselves! This is helpful for those who are self critical and angry or upset with themselves.

 MASTRANTE – The earthy aroma of Mastrante is grounding and calming and can be used to promote relaxation. This particular variety is high in limonene and carvone and can be used topically to promote radiant looking skin.  

Mastrande (Mastrante Plant)

NUTMEG – Nutmeg is not only calming to the body but it also has a profound effect on our emotions. It releases doubt and resistance. And allows us to embrace flexibility, spontaneity, and joy so we can move forward easily in our life and our career!

OCOTEA – Ocotea Essential Oil is a unique therapeutic grade oil that helps aid the body’s natural response to irritation and injury. ocotea comes from the cinnamon family. Ocotea also has natural cleansing and purifying properties.

What a great combination of essential oils. I can see that combined they may help to light our fires. I can almost smell the rich woodsy aroma as I read this.  If you would like to order a bottle, or sign up as a member and get 24% savings on all Young Living Products please go here:  www.A2z4health.com

Thank you for stopping by. God Bless and have an abundantly enriching day.

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