This time of year I get a lot of questions for natural support options using Young Living essential oils to help relieve seasonal irritants, stimulate the immune system, and open up bronchial airways. You will be pleasantly surprised at how much control you have over your health. Here are some of my seasonal favorites from the starter kit:
🌼RC or Raven – dilute 1:1 and apply to chest and sinuses, diffuse
🌺LLP-Lemon, Lavender, Peppermint 2 drops of each ratio added to a 6 drops of carrier oil. Apply to sinuses, chest. Diffuse.
🌲Thieves – This helps support the respiratory system while boosting your immune system. Diffuse. Dilute 1:4 and apply to back of neck and bottom of feet. I like to diffuse this with lemon. For an extra boost add Frankincense and lemon to the mix.
Use your oils daily to help support a healthy body. Apply your oils before things get crazy. I always carry my “seasonal” oils with me on the go and I have a set at home. The more accessible they are, the more likely I will use them. As soon as I feel a tickle, I am ready to attack.
I know many of you want to support our mission. When you say “YES” to starting your wellness journey, you are supporting your health, and financially supporting me and my family and our missions as well. That means so much to me! Thank you in advance for choosing me to begin your Young Living Essential Oils journey and for those who are already enjoying the journey!
Certified Clinical Aromatherapist, Communication Specialist, Entrepreneur, Classical Conversations Homeschool Director, and Stress Awareness and Detox Educator. Letticia is passionate about helping others experience the joy of natural living, abundant health, and FREEDOM while supporting missions and charity. She enjoys inspiring others and helping them reach their goals and dreams. Letticia is a joy-filled, Jesus-loving, gluten-free, tea-drinking, wife for 18 years, and a homeschooling mother of six. During her self-care time she loves spending quality time with her family, hand lettering, creating new recipes, traveling, and exploring different teas.
View all posts by Letticia Callies, MA, CCA