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S: ESSENTIAL OILS & NATURAL BEAUTY VOLUME 1

BC: ESSENTIAL OIL STORAGE | Keep in cool place as oils are prone to evaporation. Keep in dark glass bottle as oils can be extremely light sensitive. | 120 | SKIN SENSITIVITY TEST | Put a drop or two of essential oil on the pad of an adhesive bandage and place the bandage on your inner arm between the elbow and wrist. Leave the strip on for 24 hours, then check your skin for any redness or irritation. Neat application. | Isis Bookstore: oils, herbs, and information MediHerb Queen Helene: cocoa butter Richters: general supplies Spectrum Naturals: oils Standard Process: oils Salt: Real Salt from Utah or Celtic sea salt Soap: Joannes, online, olive oil based or catile soap | SOURCES | Chemical Distillation (extracted): if the label says extracted it has been separated with either hexane which is toxic or with super-critical CO2. It has very bad Chi. This is used in most modern perfumes. Essential Oil: a mixture of plant compounds, usually clear, volatile in steam and water insoluble. 10-100 X's more potent that original herb. Fragrance: petroleum product, listed as "fragrance" on ingredient label and toxic. Fixed Oil: nonvolatile oil, especially a fatty oil of vegetable origin (olive, coconut, almond, flax, etc.). Found in plant seeds with the exception of cinnamon and sandalwood. Hydrosol: condensate water co-produced during the steam or hydro distillation of plant material for chemotherapeutic purposes. Much gentler that the essential oil counterpart. Water-soluble. Neat Application: place directly on the skin. Steam Distillation: best type of essential oil production. Volatile Oil: capable of moving in steam. | DEFINITIONS | PURITY TEST | Place oil on blotter or regular paper and wait 24 hours. If all of oil dissipates, the oil is pure. If there is an oily residue, the oil has been cut and will not diffuse cleanly.

FC: ESSENTIAL OILS | JAIMEE L. STRANSKY | NATURAL BEAUTY | & | 2013

1: TABLE OF CONTENTS | 1. Preface 2 2. Therapeutic uses of oils 7 3. Precautions in the use of oils 22 4. Essential oil uses 30 4. Perfect skin 33 5. Scrubs 37 6. Honey bees 42 7. Benefits of natural ingredients 46 8. Skin Toners 49 9. Masks 51 10. Scented waters, splashes, spritzes & perfumes 54 11. Lips 58 12. Lotions and salves 60 13. Creams 63 14. Bath time 67 15. Soaps 77 16. Feet treats 80 17. Lovely lavender 83 18. Deodorant & Antiperspirant 86 19. Pillow Talk 88 20. Medicinal essential oils 92 21. Mental Health 102 22. Irritating Pests 106 23. Cleaners & Deodorizers 107 24. Aphrodisiacs 109 25. Quick Guide 110 26. Women's Woes 112 27. Magical & Energetic Uses 115 28. Beautiful and Healing Salt 117 29. Blending Basics 118 | 1

2: Dedicated to Loretta Ivory, Ed. D., CNM, CMH, CMEP. One of the most brilliant, inspirational, and dynamic women that I have been blessed with knowing. Thank you for all your wisdom and insight. | 2

3: "It is more important to know what sort of person has a disease than to know what sort of disease a person has." ...Hippocrates | 3

4: AROMATHERAPY The therapeutic use of the essential oils of plants to heal the body, mind, and spirit. Scents have the power to evoke strong emotional/physical reactions. | 4

5: TO BE HEALED | Ask oneself/patient: Do you believe you can be healed? Do you want to be healed? Are you ready to be healed? We have a tendency to identify ourselves with our illnesses. It can be frightening to let go of our identities. It requires a leap of FAITH. | 5

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29: Lavender and tea tree oil should not be used by males as they have been shown to cause prepubertal gynecomastia. | 29

30: Essential Oil Uses | 30

31: USES FOR ESSENTIAL OILS | BATH: 1) Fill tub with water. Add & stir 9-10 drops of essential oil into the water. Some oils are more irritating to the skin than others so check precaution chart. 2) Add 9-10 drops of essential oil to one teaspoon of carrier oil, such as jojoba oil. Mix well to ensure that the essential oil is soluble in the carrier oil. Add to bath water & stir. LIQUID SOAP: Add about 30-45 drops of oil to 8 ounces of unscented liquid hand soap or unscented liquid shower body wash. Shake vigorously. BODY OIL: Add about 12-15 drops of oil to 1 ounce of carrier oil such as jojoba oil. Shake to blend. BODY MIST: Add 10-15 drops of oil to 1 ounce glass bottle filled with spring or distilled water. Shake well before each mist. ROOM MIST: Add 17-20 drops of oil to 1 ounce misting bottle filled with spring or distilled water. Shake well before each use. | BODY LOTION: Add 50-60 drops of oil to 16 ounces of unscented body lotion. Stir with a spoon or stirring stick to blend. Mix until lotion is smooth. LINIMENT: Add 20-25 drops of oil to 1 ounce of carrier oil such as jojoba. Shake well to blend. COMPRESS: Add & mix 3-5 droops of oil to a bowl of warm or cool water. Soak a wash cloth. Wring and apply. SHAMPOO/CONDITIONER: Add 12-15 drops of oil to unscented hair product. Shake well to blend. HAIR BRUSH: Place 3 drops of oil into palm of hand. Rub over the natural bristles of a hair brush. Brush your scalp and hair. DIFFUSER: Add oils and burn. SCENT: 1) Add 5 drops of oil to tissue. Carry with you throughout the day. 2) Add 5 drops to cotton ball. Place in drawer or closet. INHALANT: 1 drop oil into palm of hand. Rub hands together and inhale. Avoid eyes. | 31

32: FRAGRANCED WOOD: 1) Put essential oils on decorative pieces of dry wood and place around home. 2) Put essential oil on small pieces of dry wood and place in dresser drawers. | 32

33: Perfect | Skin | 33

34: 5 STEPS TO PERFECT SKIN | STEP ONE: CLEAN FACE 1 cup oats finely ground 2 cups white clay 1/4 cup almonds finely ground 1/8 cup lavender finely ground 1/8 cup roses finely ground 1/8 cup poppy seeds or finely ground blue corn 1) Combine all ingredients. Store in a glass jar nest to sink. 2) To use, mix 1-2 tsp. of grains with water. Stir into a paste. 3) Gently massage on face. Rinse with warm water. | STEP TWO: HERBAL FACIAL STEAM 1) Use skin chart to determine herbal mixture. 2) Mix all herbs together and store in dry, airtight glass bottle. 3) Steam face. | STEP FOUR: TONIC ASTRINGENTS 1) Use astringent chart for skin type. 2) Immediately following facial, apply an astringent preparation to tone and close the pores. Use a cotton pad for application or mist the skin with a spritzer bottle. | STEP THREE: FACIAL MASK OR HONEY PACK Mask: Mix just enough water with clay to make nice paste. The thicker the clay/water mix, the more drying the facial. Apply and leave on until completely dry. Rinse. Honey pack: Apply a fingerfulL to thoroughly dried skin. be sure hair is out of reach. Gently massage, pat, and rub honey into skin. Rinse off completely with warm water. | STEP FIVE: MASSAGE AND CREAM Lightly massage face using favorite moisturizing cream. Rub small amount in palms and gently circle the outer edges of face, always stroking upward and outward. Follow the contours of the face using fingers to trace the structure. | 34

35: STEAM CHART FOR SKIN TYPES | DRY TO NORMAL SKIN: 1 part lavender. 2 parts chamomile, calendula and roses. 3 parts comfrey leaf. NORMAL TO OILY SKIN: 1/4 part rosemary. 1 part sage and raspberry leaf. 2 parts calendula. 3 parts comfrey. | CLAY CHART FOR SKIN TYPES | DRY SKIN: white cosmetic grad clay. Lightly drawing but gentle to skin. High in minerals and excellent for problematic, blemish-prone skin. OILY SKIN: green, red, or yellow clay. Much more drying than white clay. | ASTRINGENT CHART FOR SKIN TYPES | DRY SKIN: use rose water, a very light gentle astringent. NORMAL TO OILY SKIN: use the Queen of Hungary's Water. | OIL CHART | ALL SKIN TYPES: peanut oil NORMAL TO OILY SKIN: grapeseed (dry oil), jojoba (liquid wax) OLDER SKIN: avocado PROTECTIVE & WATER REPELLENT: cocoa butter SENSITIVE OR OLDER SKIN: almond oil, apricot kernel oil SUNSCREEN: sesame oil, shae butter VITAMIN & MINERAL LOADED: wheat germ oil | 35

36: ESSENTIAL OIL CHART FOR SKIN TYPES | ACNE: frankincense, anti inflammatory DRY: chamomile, sandlewood, rose MATURE: geranium, balances hormones caution: can irritate skin. OILY: lavender, tea tree, bergomont, geranium SENSITIVE: sandlewood | 36

37: Scrubs | 37

38: SALT SCRUB | 2 cups fine sea salt 2+/-cups grapeseed, apricot, almond, or extra virgin olive oil 20-30 drops essential oil of choice 1) Mix together the oil and essential oil. Place salt in a widemouthed jar and cover with oil mixture. To store place in a cool area. 2) In shower or bath tub rinse your skin with warm water, vigorously massage into your skin, avoid any areas with broken skin. 3) Rinse with warm water then pat dry. No need to apply moisturizer. | SUGAR SCRUB | 75% white cane sugar 25% almond, avocado, or sesame oil. (May need up to 15% more) Essential oil of your choice, 5-8 drops per cup of oil. Blend together, store in a closed container. Scoop up a small amount into a wash cloth and scrub. Rinse and pat dry. | APPLE CIDER BODY SCRUB | 1/2 cup cream 3 Tbs raw honey 6 Tbs apple cider or fresh squeezed lemon juice 1/2 cup regular rolled oats (oatmeal) 2 cups sea salt 2 drops rose oil 2 drops neroli oil 4 drops lavender oil 8 drops lemon oil 1) Mix honey, apple cider, and cream. 2) Add oats and stir well. 3) Add salt and stir well. 4) Blend in essential oils. 5) refrigerate overnight or for at least 8 hours before using. Bring to room temperature (30 degrees) before using. Store remainder in the refrigerator for 1-2 days. Do not freeze. recipe may be doubled. Makes 1 application. | * There should be approximately 1/8 inch of oil on top of scrub as it rests. Add oil slowly to ensure proper amount. | 38

39: COFFEE BODY SCRUB | 5 tsp. used ground coffee 1 tsp. sugar or salt 2 tsp. organic cold pressed oil (almond, grapeseed, avocado, etc.) 1) Mix ingredients together. 2) Using loofah rub in circular motion all over body. 3) Leave on five minutes then wash off. | CIDER FACIAL SCRUB | 1/8 cup granulated sugar 1-3 tsp. apple cider 1) Mix sugar and cider until it is a frosting-like consistency. 2) Gently rub on face in circular motions. 3) Rinse with warm water. Moisturize. Can substitute apple cider vinegar foe cider for oily skin. | When blending for a bedtime scrub, use mostly top notes so the aroma will not linger and interfere with any other night time therapies. Use oils that stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system. For morning scrubs use middle and base notes that stimulate the sympathetic nervous system. | 39

40: ACNE OR DULL SKIN | 5-10 aspirins powdered 2 T. honey enough water to make it spreadable Spread on skin. After a few minutes remove with a warm wash cloth. | WINTER LEMON FACIAL EXFOLIANT | 1/4 cup seal salt fresh squeezed lemon juice 1) Put slat into bowl and add enough lemon juice to make paste 2) Using fingertips, massage into skin (AVOID eyes) 3) Rinse with warm water and pay dry 4) Apply moisturizer | OAT FACIAL CLEANSER | 1/4 cup regular rolled oats 1/2 cup baking soda 1) Grind oats in blender until a fine flour is made. 2 Blend in baking soda. 3) Store in glass far for up to 1 month. 4) Use small amount on wash cloth or palm. 5) Add enough water to make past. 6) Apply to face and scrub. 7) Rinse with warm water and pat dry. * If skin is dry, delicate, or inflamed reverse the amounts and use more oat flour. | 40

41: FACIAL SCRUB 1/4 cup yogurt 1/4 cup cornmeal 5 drops lavender essential oil 5 drops patchouli essential oil 5 drops grapefruit essential oil Mix together and refrigerate a couple of hours before using. Store in the refrigerator. Brought to you by AromaThyme.com and GrannyMoon&# 39;s Morning Feast Archives | 41

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43: ROYAL JELLY FACELIFT CREAM | 2 1/2 oz. blended oils (see oil chart pg. 24) 1 1/2 oz. coconut oil or cocoa butter 1/2 oz. beeswax 4 oz. distilled water 2-3 tsp. active royal jelly 30 drops grapefruit seed extract essential oils of choice (optional) Preparation time: 25 minutes 1) Weigh the coconut oil and beeswax on a scale. 2) Combine the oils and beeswax in a double boiler and melt over a low heat, stirring occasionally. 3) Remove the melted oils and beeswax from the stove and add the water. 4) Mix with an electric mixer until creamy and thick 5) Stir in the grapefruit seed extract and essential oils (if using). 6) Store in glass jars with screw on tops. This cream should last for 4 months or so. BUT if you see mold growing, discard. | HONEY CLEANSING SCRUB | 1 T. honey 1 T. finely ground almonds 2 T. dry oatmeal enough lemon juice to moisten Massage gently onto face. Rinse with warm water. | HONEY HAIR TREATMENT | 1/2 cup honey 2 T. - 1/4 cup olive oil (depending on dryness of hair and scalp) Saturate hair and scalp with mixture. Put on shower cap and allow mixture to remain for 30 minutes. Shampoo and rinse as normal. | 43

44: HONEY PAT | Best way to bring a lively glow to your face and body while you moisturize and smooth. Squeeze some honey anywhere on your skin and pat it with both hands. As you continue to pat, honey gets really sticky. This will pull up your skin gently. This is great for circulation. Rinse off honey and towel dry. | HONEY BATH | 1/4 cup of honey added to bath water. | MOISTURIZING MASK | 2 T. honey 2 tsp. milk or cream Smooth on face, allow to remain for 10 minutes. Rinse | 1 peeled and cored apple 1 T. honey 1) In blender or food processor, combine ingredients. 2) Apply pulp gently to face and allow to remain for 15 minutes, then rinse. | HONEY SHINEY HAIR | HONEY-APPLE TONER ALPHA-HYDROXY | 1 tsp. honey 1 squeeze fresh lemon 1 qt. warm water After shampooing, pour mixture through hair. DO NOT rinse out. Allow hair to dry. | 44

45: BEE'S WAX BALM | 2 1/2 oz. olive oil (substitute grapeseed oil for oily skin) 1/2 oz. pure beeswax 12 drops grapefuit seed extract (natural preservative) 4 oz. distilled water 1) Combine olive oil and beeswax in double boiler, melt 2) Remove from heat 3) Add water and mix with hand or electric mixer until creamy 4) Stir in grapefruit seed extract 5) Place and store in glass jar with screw lid *Makes 1/4cup, shelf life 1 year | Natural sea shells such as clam shells that will make a nicely shaped candle that will sit flat. Can add hot glue dots to bottom of shell to stabilize. Bee's wax in ground granular form, no melting required. Wax coated wicks. Essential oil of choice. Mix essential oils into wax grains. Fill shell and insert wick. | BEE'S WAX CANDLES | 45

46: Benefits of Natural Ingredients | 46

47: SKIN CARE BENEFITS OF NATURAL INGREDIENTS | APPLE: Contains malic acid and powerful antioxidants. A gentle exfoliant. APPLE CIDER VINEGAR: Detoxifying. Restores skin's PH balance. Helps absorb excess oil from the skin. Promotes blood circulation in small capillaries of skin. Antiseptic, prevents the proliferation of bacteria, viruses, or yeast that cause infection. ALOE VERA: Rich in over 200 nutrients. Soothing, healing, moisturizing, and firming. AVOCADO: Rich in potent anti-aging antioxidant vitamins and minerals. High in vitamins A, C, and E. High in iron, potassium, niacin, and pantothenic acid and natural emollients. Excellent for dry, aging skin. BAKING SODA: Aids in cleansing. An inexpensive and effective gentle exfoliation treatment. Neutralizes skin's PH. BANANA: High in potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc, iodine, folic acid, and vitamins A, B, and E. Nourishes, softens, and moisturizes the skin. Cinnamon: Small concentration fights bacteria on the skin. It also stimulates blood circulation bringing nutrients & oxygen t the skin to help eliminate blemishes. EGGS: High in protein. Egg whits give skin a lifting and tightening effect. Helps reduce large pores. Egg yolks high in vitamin A, a common ingredient in acne-fighting products. GRAPES: Contain polyphinols (powerful antioxidants), which combat aging. HONEY: Anti-fungal and anti-bacterial. Rich in vitamins and minerals. Soothes, softens, and heals skin. Humectant, retains moisture. LEMON: Anti-wrinkle, anti-bacterial, antioxidant, antiseptic. Brightens dull skin. MILK: Contains lactic acid, a alpha-hydroxy acid used to revitalize skin. Cleans, soothes, moisturizes, and softens skin. | 47

48: SKIN CARE BENEFITS OF NATURAL INGREDIENTS | OLIVE OIL: Rich in antioxidants and fatty acids. High in vitamin A & E. Contains polyphenols. Good source of squalene, a natural moisturizer. Soothing, cleansing and extremely moisturizing. PUMPKIN: Excellent source of anti-aging antioxidants. Promotes skin repair, exfoliation, and hydrates. SUGAR: Gentle exfoliant, rich in natural glycolic acid. Promotes cellular renewal. STRAWBERRIES: Rich in salicylic acid. Gently exfoliates dead skin cells removing impurities. Makes pores appear smaller. YOGURT: Contains alpha-hydroxy acids, including lactic acid which is commonly used to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Rich in B-complex vitamins (panthothenic acid), used to heal skin. Natural skin conditioner. A gentle cleaner and exfoliant. Restores skin's natural PH. | 48

49: Skin Toners | 49

50: APPLE CIDER TONER | 1) Dilute apple cider vinegar with 2 parts water 2) Wash face 3) Apply over face with a cotton ball Use twice a day. | GRAPE AGE FIGHTER | Cut a grape in half and rub lightly all over face. | 1) Swab on face with cotton ball 2) Leave on until skin feels tight 3) Rinse off with warm water | MILK TONER | SKIN BLEMISHES REMEDY | 3 drops lavender 3 drops rosemary 2 drops thyme 2 drops oregano 2 drops cinnamon 1 drop clove 1 drop savory 2 drops tea tree (in lots of inflammation present) 14 drops isopropyl alcohol (70%) glass roller ball container Dab onto blemishes, only onto the problem area. Not an astringent for entire face. **This is a 50-50 ratio product. | 50

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52: FRESH MINT FACIAL MASK | 10 large peppermint leaves 1/4 cup water 2 T. white cosmetic clay 1) Add peppermint leaves and water together in a blender and mix until green and frothy. Strain. 2) In a small bowl, add mint liquid to clay and stir until a spreadable paste forms. 3) Spread onto a clean face and throat and let dry. Rinse. | EGG MASKS | RAW EGG WHITES: Beat egg whites until frothy and spread on face. Wait until it dries and rinse off with warm water. Provides a lifting effect and reduces pore size. RAW EGG YOLK: Spread on face and neck. Leave on skin for 30 minutes. Rinse with cool water. Provides high levels of vitamin A, an ingredient in acne-fighting products. | BANANA MASK | 1) Mash one overripe banana and spread onto face. 2) Leave on for 15-30 minutes 3) Rinse with warm water | 1) Clean face 2) Apply yogurt and leave on for 15-20 minutes. Rinse with warm water | YOGURT MASK | 52

53: AVACADO MASK | 1) Mash avocado 2) Smooth onto skin 3) Leave on for 10 minutes | HOMEMADE MASKS | Apply mask to damp skin. NORMAL TO OILY SKIN: 1 T. cognac 1 egg 1/4 cup of non-fat dry milk 1 lemon juiced 1/2 tsp. epsom salt NORMAL TO DRY SKIN: 1/4 cup grated carrot 1 1/2 tsp. mayonnaise 1/2 tsp. epsom salt | 53

54: Scented Waters Splashes Spritzes & Perfumes | 54

55: 6 parts lemon balm 4 parts chamomile 1 part rosemary 1 parts calendula 4 parts roses 1 part lemon peel 1 part sage 2 parts comfrey leaf apple cider or wine vinegar to cover essential oil of lavender or rose (optional) 1) Place all herbs in widemouthed jar. Add enough vinegar to come about an inch or two above the herb mixture. Cover tightly and let sit in warm spot for 2-3 weeks. 2) Strain. Reserve the liquid. To each cup of herbal vinegar add 1/2 - 1 cup of rose water or witch hazel. Add a 1-2 drops of essential oil, if desire. Re-bottle. Does not need to be refrigerated and will stay good indefinitely. | QUEEN OF HUNGARY'S WATER | ROSEWATER VIOLET AFTERBATH SPLASH | 1/2 cup organic rose petals dried 1/2 cup organic violet flowers, dried 2 cups spring or filtered water 4 T. vodka or isopropyl alcohol 1) Crush the dried flowers then combine with the water and alcohol in a glass jar with a lid 2) Store in a warm place (sunny window) for 2 weeks. 3) Using a very fine mesh strainer, strain out & discard the flowers. 4) Store in a glass bottle at room temperature. | 55

56: SKIN SPRITZER & FRESHENER | 1 tsp. blend of essential oils of choice 1 tsp. vodka or isopropyl alcohol 2 cups bottles mineral water 1) Combine ingredients in glass jar with pump 2) Shake well before each use | 1 +/- quart rose petals or lavender blossoms 1 gallon distilled water 1 canning kettle 1 clean brick or small stainless steel bowl filled with water 1 large stainless steel bowl 3/4 diameter of the canning kettle ice 1) Place the small bowl or brick in center of the canning kettle 2) Add the petals or blossoms and water 3) Place the kettle lid upside down and fill with ice 4) Bring to boil over medium heat 5) Turn down heat to barely medium, cook for 45-60 minutes 6) Carefully remove the lid and dump out the water in lid 7) Remove the bowl that now contains the rose or lavender water | ROSE OR LAVENDER WATER | 56

57: 1 Part essential oil 8 Parts Isopropyl alcohol (70%) Glass spray bottle | PERFUME | EUCALYPTUS SHOWER | SPRAY | Eucalyptus essential oil] Distilled water Spray mixture along the shower tiles at around nose level. Hot shower water will disperse the aroma. | 57

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59: LIP BALM | 1/4 cup vegetable or nut oil 1/4 oz. beeswax 1 tsp. honey or glycerine (humectants) 1/2 - 1 tsp. natural flavoring such as peppermint, apricot kernel, or lemon 1) Heat oil and beeswax in double boiler until beeswax is melted. 2) Remove from heat and whip with an electric beater until creamy. 3) Add the honey or glycerine and flavoring oil, whip some more. 4) Store in small glass jars. Try different oils on lips to choose the best for your skin type. | 1/2 T. olive oil 1 tsp. sugar Scrub dry chapped lips | CHAPPED LIP SMOOTHER | COLORADO PEPPERMINT LIP SALVE | Use Colorado salve recipe (pg. 61) with peppermint essential oil. | COLDSORE REMEDY | Lemon balm oil or Lavender oil Apply to sore "neat" or undiluted. Use caution not to lick or otherwise get inside of mouth. | 59 | RED CLOVER LIP GLOSS | 1/2 Tbs. dried red clover flowers or 1 Tbs. fresh flowers 1/4 cup water 1/4 tsp clover honey 1/8 tsp vitamin E oil 1/8 tsp cornstarch 1) Combine clover flowers, water and honey & bring to a boil. Boil for 2 minutes, remove from heat & strain liquid. 2) Stir in vitamin E oil & cornstarch. Mix well. Heat mixture until it forms a clear gel. 3) Cool completely, stirring occasionally. 4) Place in container. Yields 1/2 oz.

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61: COLORADO SALVE | BASIC: 1 oz. beeswax (may need additional for thickening) 1 1/2 oz. cocoa butter 1 1/2 oz. almond oil (3 T. + 1 tsp) 1 cup strong herbal infusion or decocotion, lavender is good choice 1) Place wax & infusion in double boiler, bring to boil 2) Reduce to a simmer, stirring constantly until water has evaporated 3) Add cocoa butter & almond oil, mix briskly to prevent scorching 4) Add small amounts of beeswax if thicker mixture is needed 5) Pour mixture into jar and allow to cool, then cover SHORTCUT FOR SALVE: 1) use up to 1/8 tsp essential oils in place of the decocotion (rose good choice) 2) gently melt the wax, cocoa butter and almond oil 3) when just melted (DO NOT boil), add essential oil 4) pour into jar and cool *lavender oil use 1/4 tsp | ALTERNATIVE BLEND: Make an oil infusion of a blend of herbs and use that for the oil in the basic recipe instead of the infusion. Do not add any essential oil 1) In a non reactive sauce pan, warm almond oil over very low heat or use double boiler 2) Add1-3 T. of herbs and mix well 3) Remove from heat, cover, let stand 1 week (or longer) stirring or shaking several times a day 4)Strain and continue with the basic recipe | NOTES: 1) Lavender will scorch but that is ok 2) Use ceramic lined pan with wooden spoon. NO METAL | 61

62: BASIC BASE LOTION | 2 T. almond oil 2 T. palm oil 2 T. apricot kernel oil 2 T. sesame oil 1 oz. cocoa butter 1-3 tsp. essential oils of your choice (depending on strength of scent, use less floral and more with woodsy scent) 1) Using double boiler, melt together all ingredients except for essential oil 2) Remove from heat & stir until mixture cools and begins to thicken 3) Add essential oil of choice 4) Pour into jar, let cool and cap | 62 | 1/2 cup fresh poppy flower petals, rinsed 1 cup boiling water 1/8 tsp. vitamin E oil Yield 8 oz 1) Place petals in glass bowl. Pour boiling water over and stir in vitamin E oil. 2) Let mixture cool and steep overnight. 3) Strain & pour into clean container. To use, splash lotion on face and massage into skin. Do not rinse off. | FRESH POPPY LOTION

63: Creams & Body Butters | 63

64: FACE CREAM | 2 tsp. beeswax (about 1/6 of a 1 oz. stick) 2 tsp. cocoa butter OR 1 tsp. coconut oil 4 tsp. almond oil 10 drops lavender oil 4 drops rose oil 3 T. filtered water 1) Melt beeswax, cocoa butter, and almond oil together until just melted 2) Beating with wooden spoon (or hand mixer on low) slowly add the filtered water, beating until it cools and thickens 3) When mixture begins to thicken, add essential oils and beat together 4) Spoon into jars and close tightly | COLD CREAM/ VANISHING CREAM | 1 oz. jojoba oil 1 oz. grapeseed oil 1/2 - 1 oz. beeswax (1/2 for thinner cream) 2 oz. filtered water 1 T. vegetable glycerin 1 tsp. borax 10 drops lavender oil (or oil of choice) 40 drops grapefruit seed oil (preservative) 1) Melt the beeswax in double boiler 2) Remove from heat & add the remainder of the ingredients 3) Mix with a hand held mixer until mixture is thick and creamy 4) Store in closed container in refrigerator for up to 6 months | 64 | 1/4 cup shea butter 2 Tbs cocoa butter 2 Tbs extra-virgin olive oil Yields 3 oz. 1) Mix all ingredients in double boiler 2) Slowly melt on low heat 3) Stir well and pour into clean containers | OLIVE BUTTER BALM

65: GRANDMA'S HAND CREAM | FOR ROUGH SKIN: 1 1/2 oz. almond oil (3 T. + 1 tsp.) 1 1/2 oz. lemon juice - strained 1 tsp. beeswax 4 drops lemon oil 1) On low heat (or on double boiler, melt together beeswax and almond oil 2) Slowly pour in lemon juice stirring actively with spoon 3) Remove from heat and stir until mixture cools and begins to thickens 4) Add the 4 drops of lemon oil and stir until completely cool 5) Spoon into jar and seal | 65 | CHOCOLATE BODY BUTTER | 1/4 cup grated cocoa butter 1 Tbs grated dark chocolate 2 Tbs light sesame oil 1 Tbs light olive oil 1 Tbs grated beeswax Yields 4 oz. 1) Place all ingredients in double boiler & using low heat until cocoa butter and wax just begin to melt 2) Continue stirring until well mixed and pour into clean container For smaller bars pour into ice cream tray and cool completely. You may need to warm body butter by rubbing it between hands before using. | ALOE BUTTER | 1/4 cup shea butter 2 Tbs light oil such as almond 2 Tbs organic dye free aloe vera gel 1/2 tsp vitamin E oil Yields 3.5 oz. 1) Mix shea butter & almond oil in double boiler 2) Stir in aloe gel and vitamin E 3) Pour into clean containers and cool to set

66: SHEA BUTTER LOTION | 1/4 cup shea butter 1 Tbs sunflower oil 1 Tbs almond oil 2-3 drops lavender essential oil Yields 3 oz. 1) Mix shea butter, sunflower oil, & almond oil in double boiler. 2) Stir in lavender oil & mix well 3) Pour into clean container & let cool completely | 66

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68: BASIC "OCEAN" SPA SOAK BATH FORMULA | 1 cup sea salt 1 cup baking soda 1 cup Epsom salts essential oils of choice (optional) Minerals and salts make the bath water feel silky and leave your skin cleansed and soft. Combine the sea salts, baking soda, and Epsom salts in a bowl. Stir to blend. Pour 1/4 cup or so into the bath while the tub is filing. Add essential oils of choice. Sit back and relax. | 1/2 cup of sea salt dissolved in bath water. Soak at least 10 minutes to effectively detox. | ANTI-STRESS/DETOX BATH | HEALING SALT CRYSTALS | 1 cup borax 2 cups epsom salts 1/2 cup coarse sea salt 1/4 cup baking soda 1/4 white clay 1/2 cup dried lavender 10 drops lavender essential oil 1) In a large bowl, mix together the borax, salts, baking soda, and clay. 2) Mix in the dried lavender, stirring with a wire wisk. 3) Scent the mixture with the essential oil, mixing well with the wisk. 4) Cover the bowl with a towel and leave overnight to fix the scent. 5) The next day, remix and package. Can be stored in jars, zip-seal or muslin bags, or envelopes. To use, add 1/4 - 1/2 cup of healing salt crystals to a tub full of warm water. | CLEANSING BATH | DETOX DECOCTION: Peppermint, rosemary, ginger, lemon peel, chamomile | 68

69: COCOA BUTTER BATH FIZZ | 1 cup baking soda 1/2 cup citric acid 2 oz. cocoa butter, just melted not hot 1 oz. shea butter, just melted not hot (or coconut butter or any blend) color (optional) rose petal or lavender buds cupcake liners or molds Make as usual. Pack 1/2 of mold - press rose or lavender into the mixture. ?Cover with the rest of the mixture and pack tight. Let dry 24 - 48 hours. Store in an air-tight container. | 69

70: 3 Tbs Kayolin clay 1 cup citric acid 2 cups baking soda 1/2 tsp. essential oil color (optional) witch hazel or hydrosol in a mist bottle Sift all dry ingredients together. Mix well. Add oils/color mix well. Mist with 3 quick sprays, mix well. Mist 2-3 more times (3 quick sprays each) until mixture looks like wet sand and a small amount clumps together. Pack really firmly into molds/cupcake liners and dry for 24-48 hours before distributing. Store in air tight container. | BASIC BATH FIZZY RECIPE | BATH FIZZES BALLS | 2 T. citric acid 2 T. cornstarch 1/4 cup baking soda 1/4 tsp. essential oil color food based (optional) 3 T. fixed oil Mixing bowl Waxed paper Small cup or bowl 1) Sift all dry ingredients (citric acid, cornstarch, baking soda) into bowl. 2) In a different bowl or a small cup, mix the fixed oil, fragrance, and coloring together. 3) Slowly incorporate the oil mixture into the dry ingredients. Mix well. 4) Place 1" balls of the mixture on waxed paper. They will be semi-hard within 2-3 hours, but allow 24-48 hours for them to fully dry before storing them. 5) Store bath balls in a sealed container away from moisture. 6) Add a few to the bath and enjoy! For gift giving, the balls may be placed in individual paper candy cups. Tips: Suggested fixed oils include coconut, avocado, apricot kernel oil, sweet almond, or olive oil. Use small molds to make 3 dimensional fizzy bath shapes. | 70

71: FIZZY BATH CUPCAKES | 2 cups baking soda 1 cup citric acid 1 Tbsp. fixed oil of your choice (almond, grape-seed, olive oil, etc.) 1/4 - 1/2 tsp. essential oil color food based (optional) 1 tsp. Bentonite clay (optional, just makes them harder) Witch hazel or hydrosol in a spray bottle paper cupcake liners inside Silicone cupcake molds 1) Prepare your molds by placing a cupcake liner inside the silicone cupcake mold. It won't fit perfectly, shove it in. 2) Sift all the dry ingredients in a large bowl and gently mix. Be careful NOT to inhale it! 3) Add essential oil to dry mixture. Add the almond oil to the dry mixture. Gently mix. 4) While kneading the mixture with one hand, begin spraying the mix with the witch hazel. Be careful not to get the mixture too wet--the moisture will activate the citric acid and your fuzzy will be ruined. Continue to slowly spritz the mixture with witch hazel and squish it in your hands until it has the consistency of crumbly pie dough. 5) Quickly pack the mixture into liners inside mold. Pack tightly. Allow mixture to set at least 5-10 minutes before removing. | FIZZY BATH CUPCAKES SMALLER BATCH | 1 cup baking soda 3/4 cup citric acid 2 T. Kayolin clay 1/4 tsp. Borax 1 2/3 T. fixed oil color food based (optional) 1/4 tsp. essential oil Fine mist bottle of water, witch hazel, or hydrosol. Sift all dry ingredients, mix well. Add oils/color mix well. Mist with 3 quick sprays- mix well. Mist 2-3 times (3 quick sprays each) until mixture looks like wet sand and a small amount clumps together in your hand when squeezed. Pack really firmly into molds/cupcake liners and dry 24-48 hours before distributing. Store in an air tight container. | 71

72: FIZZY BATH SALTS #1 | 1 cup Epsom salts 1 cup baking soda 1/2 cup citric acid 1/4 tsp. essential oil(s) 2 1/2 cup fine textured salt In a large bowl mix salts & baking soda, and oils. Add the citric acid and mix very well. Mix with salt. Keep in air tight container. use 1/2 cup per bath. | FIZZY BATH SALTS #2 | 1 cup cornstarch 1 cup citric acid 2 cups baking soda 1/2 tsp. essential oil(s) 4 cups fine textured salt Sift cornstarch and citric acid together, then add essential oil. Stir in baking soda and mix thoroughly. Mix in salt. Keep in an air tight container. Use 1/2 cup per bath. | Use sea shells (clams) as beautiful and natural scoops for bath salts. | 72 | 3 oz. grapeseed oil 1 oz. apricot kernel oil 9 drops geranium essential oil 9 drops lavender essential oil 6 drops lemongrass essential oil 1) Combine oils and essential oils in a bottle 2) Use 2-3 Tbs in bath or apply as a body oil to damp skin after showering | BALANCING BATH & BODY OIL

73: 1 cup Epsom salts 1/2 cup rock or kosher salt a few drops of peppermint essential oil (or oil of your choice) 1-2 different natural colors (optional) 1) Combine the Epsom and kosher salts 2) Stir in the essential oil 3) Divide the mixture in half 4) Add color to one half and alternate color to other half, or leave 2nd half plain 5) Pour mixture into glass jar, alternating the colors to create a striped effect | BATH SALTS | WORRY BATH SPELL | dried rosemary or essential oil of rosemary Epsom salt candles (optional) 1) Combine ingredients in bath water 2) While soaking in water say spell placing your issue or reason in the blank space "All the _______, all the pain. With the water down the drain!" | SALT SCOOPS | Use clam or other sea shells as a beautiful and natural scoop for your bath salts. | 73

74: SORE BODY BATH | Also for use when feeling ill 2 cups Epsom salt 1 pint hydrogen peroxide 10-12 chamomile or peppermint tea bags | Arrowroot powder (can use organic cornstarch in no allergies to it) Essential oil of choice to match bath salts and candles. Combine ingredients, be careful as powder likes to fly up when stirred. Place in glass Parmesan cheese dispenser. | AFTER BATH POWDER | 74 | DANDELION BATH | 4 cups fresh dandelion flower heads 2 quarts boiling water 1 orange cut into slices 1 lemon cut into wedges 1 cup granulated pure cane sugar 6 clove buds 2 cinnamon sticks 1) Place all ingredients in large bowl and stir well until sugar dissolves. 2) Let sit overnight. 3) Strain liquid and discard all solids. 4) Pour into clean container. To use, pour 1/2 cup into bathwater as you fill your tub.

75: HAIR RINSES | BLONDS AND TO LIGHTEN HAIR COLOR Rinse: 2 T. apple cider vinegar 1 T. fresh lemon juice 1 cup warm filtered water 1) Shampooing hair 2) Combine ingredients and pour over hair 3) Massage in 4) Rinse with warm water BLONDS AND TO LIGHTEN HAIR COLOR Infusion: 1 1/4 cup calendula (French marigold) dried flowers and leaves 1 cup filtered water 1) Place calendula in a heat safe bowl 2) Bring water to boil and pour over the calendula 3) Allow to steep for 20-30 minutes 4) Strain 5) Shampoo hair 6) Pour solution over hair,massage in 7) Rinse with warm water | BRUNETTES Decoction: 1 cup black walnut shells 2 cups filtered water 1) In saucepan combine water and black walnut hull, bring to a boil 2) Reduce heat and simmer for 20 minutes 3) Remove from heat & allow to cool to comfortable temperature 4) Strain & reserve water 5) Shampoo hair 6) Pour solution over hair, massage in 7) Rinse with warm water | 9 T. epsom salt 1/2 cup shampoo (normal or oily) lemon juice 1) Apply 1 T. of the liquid to hair when dry. 2) Rinse with cold water 3) Pour lemon juice or organic apple cider vinegar through hair. 4) Leave on for 5-10 minute then rinse. | REMOVE EXCESS OIL FROM HAIR | 75

76: 1/2 part deep conditioner 1/2 part epsom salt 1) Warm in pan. 2) Work the warm mixture through hair and leave on 20 minutes. 3) Rinse. | HAIR VOLUMIZER | INFUSION: 1/4 cup nettles, dried 1 cup filtered water 1) Combine herbs and water in pan 2) Bring to a boil 3) Reduce heat and simmer covered for 20-30 minutes 4) Remove from heat and let cool 5) Strain and reserve liquid 6) Shampoo hair 7) Apply mixture and massage into hair *Do not Rinse Out TINCTURE: 1 dropper full nettle tincture (30 drops) 1 cup warm filtered water 1) Add nettle tincture to the warm water 2) Shampoo hair 3) Slowly apply liquid to hair *Do Not Rinse Out | HERBAL VOLUMIZER | AVACADO MOISTURIZER | 1) Mash avacado 2) Massage into clean hair 3) Leave on for about 10 minutes 4) Rinse with warm water | 76

77: Soaps | 77

78: GOAT MILK SOAP | MATERIALS: 2 x 12 quart stainless-steel pots spoon for stirring soap mold thermometer with ranges 80-160 degrees F INGREDIENTS: 96 oz. oil (olive, coconut, palm, or any combination) 32 oz. goat's milk frozen 10 oz. lye 1-2 oz. essential oils of your choice PREPARATION: 1) Heat oils in stainless-steel pot to 100 degrees F. 2) In a separate stainless-steel pot, slowly add lye to frozen milk and heat until it reaches 100 degrees F. (If mixture exceeds 100 degrees F, allow it to cool or put it in an ice bath. 3) Once both the oils and milk-lye mixture reach 100 degree F, very slowly add the milk-lye mixture to the oils. Whisk the mixture quickly until it reaches a thickness similar to pudding (aka trace). This can take up to 30 minutes. Once trace is achieved, add essential oils and stir well. | 4) Pour soap into mold and let harden for 24 hours. 5) Remove soap from mold and allow to cure four weeks in a well ventilated location with low humidity. | 1/4 cup water 2 T. dried fragrant herbs, finely ground saucepan and enamelware or glass container to use as a double boiler 2 bars castile soap, grated (approximately 2 cups) essential oils waxed paper 1) Bring water to boil 2) Add ground herbs and steep for 15 minutes 3) Pour the steeped liquid into enamelware or glass container, set over a saucepan of water and reheat 4) Add the soap and a few drops of essential oil 5) Stir on low heat until soap mixture is the consistency of softened butter 6) Knead soap mixture together and shape into plum-size balls 7) Dry on waxed paper for 2-5 days 8) Store in plastic bags | EASY HERBAL SOAPS | NOTES: Avoid metal containers or spoons when making herbal soaps because the metal can react with the herbal ingredients. Although natural, some essential oils may irritate sensitive skin. | 78

79: WHIPPED BATH SOAP | soap base Dr. Bonner's liquid Castile Soap color essential oil cupcake liners or small molds Melt and pour soap base. Add color and essential oil. Add 1 squirt of Dr. Bonner's liquid Castile soap. Whip with a hand-held mixer until just before desired consistency. Work QUICKLY, pour into a cake frosting bag with decorative tip or a zip type plastic gag with a cut off corner and swirl into cupcake liners. If soap sets up too soon re-melt and repeat. | 79 | CASTILE SOAP | 24 oz. pure 100% olive oil 1 oz. beeswax pearls (gives silky texture) 4 oz. lye (sodium hydroxide) 10 oz. distilled water 1) Line mold container with freezer paper for easy release 2) In double boiler, melt beeswax into olive oil until temperature reaches approximately 120 degrees F. 3) In a slow steady stream add lye to water, stirring until dissolved. Do in well ventilated area and wearing gloves & goggles. Heat mixture until 120 degrees. Must be same temperature as oil/beeswax mix 4) Slowly pour the lye water into the oil/beeswax mixture, stirring continuously 5) Blend in all lye until you see mixture begin to thicken 6) Just as mix thickens to point where you can see tracks or (trace) in the soap, add essential oils, dry ingredients, or colors 7) Quickly pour into mold and cover with lid. If soap doesn't reach top of mold place freezer paper on top before placing on the lid. This will prevent soda ash from forming 8) Wrap in blankets and leave undisturbed for 18 hours. 9) Remove blankets and lid and leave the soap in open air for another couple hours. 10) Let the soap block day or slide immediately. Dry on rack 2 weeks. | * The longer the soap cures, the milder and harder it will become.

80: Feet Treats | 80

81: FOOT SCRUB | 1 cup epsom salt 1/3 cup almond or olive oil 1 T. liquid castile soap 6 drops peppermint essential oil 1) Mix ingredients thoroughly in bowl. 2) Soak feet first using 3 qts. of hot water. Mix in 1/4 cup epsom or table salt. Soak for at least 15 minutes. 3) Scrub feet with mixture. 4) Rinse off and relax. | DRY OR CRACKED HEALS | 2 T. grated ginger 1 T. honey 3-4 fresh mint leaves 1 T. olive oil 1 T. organic sugar 1) Mix ingredients together. 2) Scrub the affected area. 3) Leave on overnight covered with socks. | 81

82: 10 drops lavender oil 10 drops chamomile grapeseed oil 1) Mix the oils together 2) Stroke the oil UP the bottom of foot, starting with the left foot 3) Use firm pressure as you apply oil in straight strokes from heal to toe *Lightly lowers blood pressure. Also works for colicky or cranky babies. | AYURVEDIC FOOT MESSAGE | SHOE DEODERIZER | Sage drops or fresh sage placed in the bottom of the shoes. | 82

83: Lovely Lavender | Lovely Lavender | 83

84: MASK | HOT OIL TREATMENT | SHOE FRESHENER | AFTER SHAVE FOR LEGS | LAVENDER WHIP CREAM | TONER FOR OILY SKIN | SUGAR SCRUB | 1/2 cup plain yogurt 2 T. honey 6 drops lavender oil Apply to skin and leave on for 5 minutes. Rinse. | 4 T. whipped cream 5 drops lavender oil Apply to face and body. Relax and leave on 5-10 minutes. Rinse. | 20 drops lavender oil 1 cup pure aloe vera gel Mix and rub into skin after shaving. Makes ingrown hairs less likely. Antibacterial properties prevents itchy bumps. | 3 drops lavender oil witch hazel Apply with cotton ball or spritz onto face. The lavender helps to control and balance the oil-producing glands in skin. | 1 cup organic sugar 6 drops lavender oil Mix and use as scrub especially any dry rough area. Rinse. | LAVENDER SPRITZER | 6 drops lavender oil 1/2 tsp. vodka. spring water or distilled water Mix lavender oil and vodka. Place in spritzer bottle and fill with water. Shake well before each use. | 1/4 cup organic, cold pressed almond, sesame or olive oil 10 drops lavender oil 1) Mix and warm. 2) Apply to damp hair. Wrap in plastic wrap. Leave on 10 minutes. Shampoo and rinse as usual. Cleanses hair of product buildup and boosts shine. | 1/2 cup baking soda 1/2 cup arrowroot powder 4 drops lavender oil Mix in a glass jar. Sprinkle light dusting into shoes before and after wearing. For really smelly shoes, add 2-3 drops of sage oil. | 84

85: arrowroot powder lavender oil to "taste" 1) Blend both ingredients together 2) Store in a shaker | BATH POWDER | LINEN WATER | 1 tsp. (100 drops) lavender essential oil 5-10 droops peppermint, spearmint or rosemary essential oil (optional) 2 oz. 80+ proof vodka 24 oz. distilled water 1) Pour essential oils and vodka into a bottle 2) Cap and shade emulsion 3) Mix with distilled water 4) The mixture will cloud, but will eventually separate 5) Shake well before each use | 85

86: Deodorant & Antiperspirant | 86

87: DEODERANT | 1/2 part dried lemon peel 1/2 part dried lavender 1) Grind together in a blender 2) Store in a shaker jar | POWDER FORM: 1/3 part dried lemon peel 1/3 part dried lavender 1/3 part dried sage 1) Grind together in a blender 2) Store in a shaker jar | 1/2 part dried lemon peel 1/2 part dried sage 1) Grind together in a blender 2) Store in a shaker jar | ANTIPERSPIRANT | NATURAL DEODORANT & ANTIPERSPIRANT | SPRAY FORM: food grade or isopropyl alcohol 1/3 part sage extract 1/3 part lemon peel extract 1/3 part lavender extract Place in pump or roller bottle | TINCTURE FORM: 1/3 part dried sage 1/3 part dried lavender 1/3 part lemon peel 1) Mix with mix with food grade or isopropyl alcohol 2) Let sit for 2 weeks 3) Strain 4) Put in pump bottle | 87

88: Pillow Talk | 88

89: OPEN YOURSELF TO PSYCHIC DEVELOPMENT | Herb Mix: 1 T. Lavender Lemon Balm Orris Root Frankincense powder Essential Oils: 2 Drops Anise Bergamot Caraway Catnip Clove Nutmeg 3 Drops Cinnamon Ginger Rosemary 5 Drops Allspice Wisteria Ambergris Yarrow Heliotrope Mugwort Neroli Sandalwood Spruce Waterlilly | Place in a cotton sachet bag and tuck into the corner of your pillow, on your night stand and/or hold when meditating. | 89

90: WAKE UP WITH ENERGY | Herb Mix: 1 T. Lavender Lemon Balm Rose Oils: 1 Drop Orange Blossom 2 Drops Allspice Lime 3 Drops Bitter Orange Place in cotton bag. Tie with a ribbon and place in the corner of your pillow case. | SUCCESS IN ENDEAVORS | Herb Mix: 1 T. Lavender Lemon Balm Rose Oils: 1 Drop Allspice Basil Fir Nutmeg 2 Drops Frankincense 4 Drops Vanilla Place in a cotton bag, tie with a ribbon and place in the corner of your pillow case. | Place in a cotton bag. Tie with a ribbon and place in the corner of your pillow case. | 90

91: SAFELY CLEARING OUT OLD MESSAGES & REPLACING THEM WITH LOVE | Herb Mix: 1 T. Lavender Lemon Balm Rose Oils: 2 Drops Ginger Allspice Neroli 3 Drops Frankincense Lotus Sandalwood | PEACEFUL DREAMS | Herb Mix: 1 T. Lavender Lemon Balm Rose Oils: 1 Drop Jasmine 2 Drops Vanilla Rosemary Bitter Almond Tuberose Marigold 3 drops Fennel | Place in a cotton bag. Tie with a ribbon and place in the corner of a pillow case. | 91 | 3 drops chamomile 3 drops orange 5 ounces water Add to spray bottle and spray on pillow and sheets. | SWEET DREAMS

92: Medicinal essential oils | 92

93: OIL REFERENCE | ANTIFUNGAL: oregano ANXIETY: lavender, melissa, ARTHRITIS: Frankincense ANTIVIRAL (VIRAL INFECTIONS): garlic (Allium sativum) eucalyptus (Eucalyptus radiata) marjoram (Origanum marjorama) tea tree (Melaleuca angustifolium) BACTERIAL INFECTION: lavender (Lavendula angustifolium) lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) rosemary (Rosemarinus officianalis) tea tree (Melaleuca angustifolium) CANCER: Frankincense COLDS/FLU: Eucalyptus oil in bath water DETOX BODY: fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) juniper (Juniperus communis) rose otto (Rosa damascena) | HEAL WOUNDS: lavender (Lavendula angustifolium) frankincense (Boswellia thurifera) marjoram (Origanum marjorama) rosemary (Rosemarinus officianalis) INSOMNIA: Ylang Ylang IBS: peppermint Oil INCREASING WHITE BLOOD CELLS: Helps to fight infection. frankincense (Boswellia thurifera) lavender (Lavendula angustifolium) rosemary (Rosemarinus officianalis) MOTION & MORNING SICKNESS: ginger PROSTRATE: juniper STRESS: hemp oil | UPPER RESPIRATORY: peppermint Oil YEAST IN SYSTEM: oregano oil in bath water | GERARDIA: oregano oil | 93

94: HEAD LICE: A natural spray containing the oils of anise and ylang ylang. | INSECTS & BUG BITES | BEE STING / MOSQUITO BITE: 2 cups finely chopped lavender flowers olive oil 1) Cover lavender flowers with olive oil 2) Heat this gently but do not boil 3) When thoroughly heated and fragrant, remove from heat 4) Let steep for 15 minutes, then strain 5) Store the mixture in a sealed dark bottle. To use dab a little of this oil on your bite or sting to promote quick healing and take away the itching and swelling | BEE STING REMOVAL: chamomile oil (neat chamomile) 1) Apply a cold compress of chamomile to the area 2) Leave on for several hours or as long as possible 3) Apply 1 drop of neat chamomile 3x daily for 2 days | 94

95: ANTIFUNGAL SALVE - VINEGAR | BASIC SALVE: 1 oz. beeswax (may need additional for thickening) 1 1/2 oz. cocoa butter 1 1/2 oz. almond oil (3 T. + 1 tsp) 1 cup strong herbal infusion or decocotion DECOCTION / INFUSION: 1 part walnut husks (antifungal) 1 part thyme leaf (antiseptic) 1 part rose leaf (astringent) 1 part plantain leaf (soothing) 1 cup carrier oil 1) Place wax & infusion in double boiler, bring to boil 2) Reduce to a simmer, stirring constantly until water has evaporated 3) Add cocoa butter & almond oil, mix briskly to prevent scorching 4) Add small amounts of beeswax if thicker mixture is needed 5) Pour mixture into jar and allow to cool, then cover | VINEGAR: Use decoction recipe from Antifungal Salve 1) Place decoction-infusion in vinegar to relieve itching when skin NOT broken 2) Dilute vinegar by 2/3 with water before applying to cracked or open tissue *Stains skin like iodine. | Salve good for broken & cracked skin. | Vinegar good for itching Athlete's foot, ringworm, entopic or eczematous skin conditions. | 95

96: CUTS - SCRAPES BALM | 3 oz. carrier oil 1 oz. beeswax, grated 40 drops lavender oil 40 drops tea tree oil 4 oz. jar 1) Melt the beeswax in a double-boiler 2) Add carrier oil, stirring constantly 3) Add the essential oils and stir well 4) Pour into jar *Not to be used by males see article pg. | INFUSED OIL: 1/2 oz. St. John's Wort plantain calendula comfrey leaf SALVE: 1 3/4 oz. bees wax 1/2 lavender tsp essential oil 1) Place infused oil & beeswax in double boiler, melt wax. 2) When wax has melted, add lavender essential oil 3) Pour into cream type jars, cover | BURN SALVE | BURNS - WOUNDS - ULCERS | rose geranium oil Has antiseptic and healing (closing) properties | 96

97: GERM FIGHTER SPRAY | Spray #1 12 drops tea tree oil 6 drops eucalyptus unrectified 6 drops lemon 2 oz. distilled water Spray #2 1/2 part lemongrass oil 1/2 part germanium oil distilled water Spray #3 3 drops eucalyptus oil 1 drop peppermint 2 drops pine oil 1 drop tea tree oil 2 drops bergamot oil 1 oz. water (can replace water with a carrier oil) Combine in a spray bottle. Shake gently before each use. | COLD-SINUS INHALER | rock salt 2 drops eucalyptus oil 2 drops rosemary oil 1 drop peppermint oil 1) Put a few pieces of rock salt into a glass vial 2) Add the essential oils, the salt will absorb them 3) Use to inhale the vapors when you have a cold or sinus congestion | Thieves essential oil, was invented during the black plague | IMMUNE SYSTEM | STUFFY NOSE INHALANT | Snort 1-2 drops of peppermint oil directly up the nose. Caution: do sitting down as it can cause a head rush. | 97

98: COMPRESSES | COLD COMPRESS: Injuries such as sprains, bruises, swellings, inflammation and headache. Fold the towel into desired size. Add essential oil of choice to towel, spritz with enough water to moisten. Place on cookie sheet and freeze. Store in air tight container in freezer. WARM COMPRESS: Old injuries, muscular pain, toothache, menstrual cramps, boils, abscesses. | 1-2drops essential oil 1) Add essential oil to a bowl of water 2) Use a washcloth or other piece of cotton fabric 3) Wring out the excess water and place on area to be treated Bar towels work the best. | Silica on fresh scars and wounds that have just begun to crust over. (Bio-Sil) | SCARS | 98

99: SKIN PAIN | Capsaicin, the purified extracted alkaloid from red chili peppers helps fight skin pain and itching when applied topically. By depleting a neuropeptide that transmits pain from the skin to the spinal cord | ARTHRITIS PAIN | Apply the extracted oil of red chili peppers to affected area. It will reduce joint pain. | 1/2 Peppermint Oil 1/2 Lavender Oil Place 1-2 drops of both oils in palm of hand. Rub together. rub across the back of neck at the base of the skull. Massage onto temples, avoiding eyes. Inhale a couple of deep breaths. | HEADACHES/MIGRAINES | 10 drops rosemary 10 drops peppermint 5 drops eucalyptus 5 drops ginger 2 drops black pepper 2 oz. carrier oil 1) Mix ingredients together 2) Massage as needed | BACK & MUSCLE STRAIN | Feverfew prevents migraines. | 99

100: COMPRESSES HOT & COLD | Bar towels work the best. HOT COMPRESS: Soak the towel in hot water with 1-2 drops of essential oil in it. Wring out the towel and place on skin. Lavender oil works well for skin conditions. Lavender and peppermint for headaches. COLD COMPRESS: Fold the towel into desired size. Add essential oil of choice to towel, spritz with enough water to moisten. Place on cookie sheet and freeze. Store in air tight container in freezer. | Cinnamon: Cedar: increases will power, ease anxiety Cypress: increases will power, ease anxiety Geranium: Grapefruit: decreases appetite Fennel Seed: Fir: increases will power, ease anxiety Juniper: Rosemary: | OBESITY | 100

101: MUSCLE TEST | 101 | Muscle testing should always be performed before using any essential oil. From the Chinese medicine tradition of internal energy, this is a noninvasive way of evaluating the responses of the body when a slight amount of pressure is applied to a large muscle. This provides information on energy blockages, the functioning of the body's organs, food sensitivities, nutritional deficiencies, and the responses to remedies and herbs. One way to test is by using the central meridian, with the arm extended forward of the body and at an angle below horizontal. All meridians intersect with the central meridian, so this way of testing encompasses a more accurate range of body systems. Self testing can be done by using the thumb and the middle finger on each hand to form two rings. Link the rings together by intersecting one ring with the other to form a two link chain. Make a statement of truth such as my name is.... while at the same time trying to separate the two rings. You can also test by holding a detrimental substance such as white sugar in a container in your pocket or under your arm. This will give you a baseline of your muscle strength (integrity). Next try whatever substance, herb, essential oil, supplement or food using the same method. If muscle integrity remains then the substance should be accepted by your body. If muscle strength is lost then it is best to not introduce substance into system. Recommended reading .... Your Body Doesn't Lie by John Diamond M.D. illustrated book on techniques Power vs. Force by David Hawkins MD. on philosophical issues Your Body Can Talk by Susan Levy D.C. illustrated book on techniques Touch for Health by John Thie D.C. illustrated book on techniques

102: Mental Health | 102

103: BIPOLAR | Can use oils that simultaneously affect both the para and sympathetic nervous systems | SECONDARY ISSUES | Ginger: relieves adrenal stress | hemp oil: | STRESS | 103

104: DEPRESSION / ANXIETY | Allspice: depression, energy Bergamot: tension, stress, increased ability to focus, stimulate low appetite, balances hypothalamus & unstable emotions, restore self-confidence, rebuilds strength. Avoid sun exposure Bitter Almond: peaceful dreams Bitter Orange: relief of anxiety Cassie: depression Chamomile: anger, melancholy, impatience, discontent, grumpiness, over-sensitivity, dissatisfaction, self-absorbed Clary Sage: regenerates energy both spiritually & mentally, generates psychological strength, aids in relieving deep-seated tension while remaining revitalizing and regenerative, addresses weakness, paranoia, depression, fear, melancholy, nervousness, gives lasting tranquility, diverts negative thoughts, courage, creativity, intuition Frankincense: overall health, eliminates toxins Fennel: encourages love & happiness Juniper: peaceful dreams, anxiety, uplifts spirit, detoxify blood Lavender: calming, insomnia, depression, enhances sense of well being Lemongrass: peace, aids circulation, enhances logical thinking & concentration by stimulating the left side of the brain, stimulates digestion Lemon Verbena: relieves apathy, disinterest & listlessness, aids in being in the current moment, opens way for joy & enthusiasm | Melissa (lemon balm): Recommended by Loretta Ivory rose geranium essential oil: Has a balancing effect on the nervous system. Relieves depression and anxiety. Has a balancing effect on the adrenal cortex and is great for relieving stress. This corrects and aligns the hormonal system of the body. Ylang Ylang: Valerian: | 104

105: MENTALLY STIMULATING -UPLIFTING & REFRESHING EFFECT: bergamot, lemongrass, verbena, rosemary | PSYCHOLOGICALLY ALTERING & BALANCING bergamot, lavender, clary sage, Frankincense, immortelle, rockrose, cypress, yarrow, pine | BLENDS | Rosemary: put oil on a cotton pad and place in the window of the car where the sun can warm the oil. Can also place by heater vent to diffuse the scent. ***International Journal of Neuroscience | ROAD FATIGUE | 105

106: IRRITATING PESTS | Ants: spearmint oil placed along their chemical trail confuses them. Mix with Witch Hazel or alcohol in pray bottle. Bee: stings: remove stinger, cold compress w/chamomile oil. Leave as long as possible for swelling. Apply neat 3x day for 2 days. Fleas: orange oil, can be used in carpet fresh to help prevent infestation in home. Mice: peppermint oil on a cotton pad and tape over hole or along their route. Miller Moths: lavender oil sprinkled along window ledge Spiders: lemon oil | 106

107: Cleaners & Deodorizers | 107

108: CITRUS FURNITURE SPRAY | 10 drops lemon oil 5 drops lime oil 5 drops bergamot 2 tsp. light olive oil 1/4 cup white vinegar purified water 1) Put olive oil in 16 oz. spray bottle 2) Add essential oils and vinegar 3) Fill the rest of the bottle with purified water and shake well *Always do a test patch first | lemon oil rubbing alcohol | COPPER CLEANER | SCENTED LAUNDRY | Add essential oil to paper towel and place in the lint trap of dryer to add fragrance to cloths without direct contact of oil which can stain. | 108 | CARPET FRESH | Use baking soda as the base. Place soda in a glass jar with essential oils of choice and let sit for a few days. Sprinkle on carpets, let sit about 30 minutes and then vacuum. Helpful during flea season. BLENDS: 1) orange or lemon 2) lavender 3) tea tree or eucalyptus are anti-bacterial

109: Aphrodisiacs | Cavit Cat Musk Ylang Ylang: stimulates the Sacral Chakra | 109

110: Quick Guide | 110

111: QUICK GUIDE | CALM OILS | Basil Bay Bergamot Cedarwood Chamomile Cinnamon Comfrey Cypress Frankincense Geranium Hyssop Juniper Lavender Marjoram Melissa Neroli (orange blossom) Patchouli Rose Sage (Clary) Sandalwood Ylang Ylang | UPLIFTING OILS Basil Bergamot Germanium Juniper Lavender Melissa | STRESS OILS Chamomile Geranium Lavender Marjoram Melissa Peppermint Sandalwood | AVOID IN PREGNANCY Basil Bay Comfrey Garlic Hyssop Juniper Marjoram Melissa Peppermint Sage (Clary) | WAKE UP/ ENERGY Rosemary | 111

112: Woman's Woes | 112

113: BERGAMOT: Antiseptic, water retention, yeast, and depression. CHAMOMILE: Anti-inflammatory, soothes frayed nerves, PMS, and migraine. CLARY SAGE: Depression, PMS, menopause, post-partum blues (avoid if fibrocystic breasts or uterine fibroids are present). GERANIUM: Hormone balancer, menopause, PMS, and yeast. LAVENDER: Overall equalizer, skin care, and shock. MARJORAM: Antispasmodic, headache, menstrual cramps, and constipation. | NEROLI: Insomnia, depression, anxiety, and stretch marks. ROSE OIL: Universal female tonic and balancer. Suitable for all gynecological problems. TEA TREE: Antibacterial, herpes, the best yeast remedy, and cystitus. | 113

114: MENTRUAL CRAMP OIL | 4 drops lavender 2 drops marjoram 2 drops chamomile or clary sage 3 drops geranium 1 drop ginger 1 oz. carrier oil (infused oil of yarrow) 1) Combine ingredients 2) Apply to abdomen, hips, lower back | 114

115: Magical & Energetic Uses | 115

116: Allspice: energy & bringing events to fruition Birch: empathy & intuition Cinnamon: gain knowledge Clove & Cinnamon: 50-50 trigeminal response snaps out of bad mood Cucumber: tension & stress, claustrophobia Fennel: dream work Frankincense: happiness, love & matters of the heart, gets rid of ego - great for energy healers Ginger: protection Grapefruit: suppresses appetite Green Apple: sooths distress Marigold: dream work | Sandlewood: purity & spirit Strawberry: increases happy memories Vanilla: decreases anxiety by decreasing brain wave frequency | 116

117: BEAUTIFUL & HEALING SALT | FACE CLEANER: Mix a1/2 tsp. of Epsom salt with regular cleansing cream. Just massage into skin and rinse with cold water. FOOT SOAK: 1/2 cup Epsom salt. Add to warm water in large pan. Soak at least 10 minutes. Deodorizers and soothes feet. HAIR: Mix 1T. salt with warm water and use to spritz hair before setting. Helps curls stay in longer. MOUTHWASH: Dissolve a tsp. of salt in a cup of warm water and use as a gargle. SPRAINS & BRUISES: 2 cups of Epsom salt in warm bath. SPLINTER REMOVAL: Soak in Epsom salt. Will draw out splinter. TOOTHPASTE: Gently brush teeth with a paste of salt and water. Salt's gentle abrasive action makes teeth squeaky-clean. It is anti-bacterial power keeps gums and teeth fresh and healthy. | *See Good Source Guide on the inside of back cover | 117

118: 118 | Blending Basics

119: Basic Blend Recipe: Base note: 1-2 drops Middle note: 4-6 drops Top note: 10-12 drops Energy blends: use oils that stimulate the sympathetic nervous system. Calming blends: use oils that stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system. | 119

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