Essential Oils and the Immune System

Pat McCrayEssential Oils, General, Recipes4 Comments

oileaf2Hey friends!

LOTS of you are asking what to do for this or that to keep yourself healthy this time of year! Did you know oils are not like medicine? They perform multiple functions within the body!

Essential oils are powerful tools you can use to support daily health & wellness! If you are looking to support your family’s healthy immune systems naturally, try incorporating these Vitality essential oils into your wellness routine. Vitality essential oils contain many powerful and researched constituents that work together to assist your natural defense mechanisms.

Take advantage of their health benefits by incorporating these oils with your other healthy habits!

Here are nine essential oils that your body will love and ideas for using them for immune support!
1. Cinnamon Bark Vitality
2. Clove Vitality
3. Coriander Vitality
4. Frankincense Vitality
5. Lemon Vitality
6. Longevity Vitality
7. Nutmeg Vitality
8. Oregano Vitality
9. Thieves Vitality

1. Add 2-3 drops of Thieves Vitality to a warm cup of tea.

2. Create a DIY throat-soothing blend by adding 1 drop each of Lemon and Thieves Vitality to a teaspoon of honey.

3. Add immune powers to your NingXia Red by adding Lemon Vitality or any of the Vitality oils listed above.

4. Create your own circulatory support supplement by combining activated charcoal powder with a few drops of any of these immune-supporting oils in a vegetable capsule.

5. Enjoy a healthy immune system and circulatory support when you add 2-3 drops of Lemon Vitality to a glass of fresh water.

6. Start your day with a pop of energy and a grounding, balancing ritual! Add 1 drop of Lemon Vitality, 1 drop of Thieves Vitality, 1 teaspoon of honey, and 1/8 teaspoon of grated ginger to 4 ounces of warm water and drink up.

7. Take your green smoothie’s flavor and antioxidant potential up to the next level when you add a few drops of your favorite immune-supporting Vitality oil. We love adding Lemon or Cinnamon Vitality.

8. Take Longevity Vitality with Master Formula to support and improve overall wellness.

9. Add a drop of Clove, Nutmeg, or Cinnamon Bark Vitality to a warm bowl of steel-cut oats for a comforting way start to your day.

10. When you feel your energy take a dip and could use extra immune support, add 3-4 drops of your favorite body system-supporting oils from our list and 3 drops carrier oil to a vegetarian gel capsule and take twice daily. Our favorite combinations: 3 drops Thieves and 1 drop Oregano Vitality or 2 drops Frankincense and 2 drops Clove Vitality.

11. Combine the immune-supporting benefits of elderberry syrup with those found in a drop of Lemon, Thieves, or Frankincense Vitality oil. Lemon Vitality’s flavor mixes great with elderberry.

12. Add Longevity Vitality to your favorite shake with Young Living’s Pure Protein Complete to support a healthy lifestyle!

13. Add Oregano Vitality to your favorite Italian dish or Coriander Vitality to your favorite Latin dish. To enjoy the immune-supporting properties of these oils, make sure to add the oil to your dish after it has been cooked; heat can destroy the powerful compounds of the oils. Adding oils to dressing and sauces is a great way to maintain their benefits.

14. Place a drop of Frankincense, Nutmeg, or Lemon Vitality on top of your ImmuPro tablet and take it before you go to bed!

15. Create an inviting and uplifting ambiance by filling your living room or office with the spicy, homespun aroma of Thieves.

16. Make your own seasonal roll-on by adding a 2-3 drops each of Thieves, Oregano, Frankincense, and Lemon to a 10 ml roller bottle. Fill the rest with a carrier oil and apply topically to the bottoms of your feet or along your spine.

What are your favorite immune-supporting tips?

4 Comments on “Essential Oils and the Immune System”

  1. Pat McCray

    Thank you for taking the time to comment on my blog. I love sharing and appreciate your thoughts!
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