“Breathe” Smoothie

The Cheat-Sheet Homemaker

This smoothie is made with doTERRA’s respiratory essential oil blend, Breathe.

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Makes approximately 3 cups.

  • 2 bananas
  • 1 handful of frozen mango
  • About 1 cup of ice
  • 3/4 cup of milk or almond milk
  • 1/4 cup of water
  • 1-2 drops of Breathe essential oil

Combine all ingredients in your blender and mix well.

To purchase your own essential oil, please visit my website: https://www.mydoterra.com/meganadams7/#/

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“Sunshine Mint” Smoothie

The Cheat-Sheet Homemaker

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When I first tasted this smoothie, I blurted out “Mmm, that’s good!”.

“Sunshine Mint” Smoothie Recipe

  • 1 banana
  • 1 1/2 cup of butternut squash, mashed and chilled
  • 1 handful of baby carrots
  • 1/2 cup of milk or almond milk
  • 1/2 cup of water
  • 1 drop of peppermint essential oil

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Combine all ingredients in your blender and mix well. Enjoy!

To learn more about purchasing your own doTERRA essential oils like the one in this smoothie, please visit my site: https://www.mydoterra.com/meganadams7/#/

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Soulflower Pure Tea Tree essential oil-My take on it

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Tea tree oil has been much talked beauty product in the recent year and among this hype I too was curious in experiencing its uses. So I just browsed few sites were I could find good quality tea tree oil. After toiling behind finding good tea tree oil I bought soulflower pure tea tree essential oil. Soulflower is a leading producer of essential oils, organic soaps,skin care products made from essential oils like tea tree oil,lavender oil,rosemary oil,avacado carrier oil n much more. They have more than 150 retail outlets in India and are also available through online shopping as well.

So as a trial and error thought I had purchased their 15ml bottle of pure tea tree oil.  The packaging is very simple. It is a thick brown glass bottle with a nozzle which helps in avoiding spilling of the excess oil . The bottle is been placed in…

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Room Freshening Essential Oil

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Cedarwood Essential Oil: Benefits and Uses

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Luscious Lavender Restocked – with a Twist

The Soap Mine

I found that photograph that I thought I’d deleted yesterday. Actually, I had deleted it, but discovered that my phone keeps a copy of recently deleted photos – who knew? (Many people, clearly, but not me 😉

So, just popping in and out quickly to finally share the third of last weeks batches:

Here it is in the mould:

Luscious Lavender in the Mould Luscious Lavender in the Mould

And here it is freshly cut (and a little rough and ready). The twist (such as it is) is a slightly different shade of the darker purple – I’d run out of the regular mica so had to improvise:

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That’s all for today folks!

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Essential Oil Spotlight: Cassia

Abundant Health Blog

Cassia essential oil is steam-distilled from the bark of the Cinnamomum cassia tree in the Lauraceae family. It has a spicy, warm, sweet aroma.

Historically, cassia has been widely used as a domestic spice. It has also been used medicinally to treat colds, colic, diarrhea, nausea, rheumatism, and digestive complaints.

Cassia oil is best used in small amounts blended with other oils, as it can be very sensitizing to the dermal tissues. Cassia is generally regarded as safe (GRAS) for human consumption but should be well diluted when taken orally.

Cassia oil is considered to have antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties.

See the Reference Guide for Essential Oils to learn more about cassia essential oil and many other pure essential oils.

Source: Reference Guide for Essential Oils, 2016 Edition, pp. 53–54.

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