Skip to main content


Showing posts from October 7, 2012

"Women Only" Aromatic Bath for PMS!

Easing the Symptoms of Premenstrual Tension PMS is caused primarily by the increase in estrogen levels and the decrease in progesterone.  Many women may experience a wide variety of uncomfortable symptoms ranging from mild to severe.  Some of these symptoms may include the following: Bloating Cramping Headaches Breast Swelling Acne Constipation Diarrhea Insomnia Weight Gain Nervous Tension Depression Decreased Libido Fatigue Anger Tearfulness Food Cravings Some of these conditions will be more intense if you have a poor diet and exercise lifestyle.  Massages, yoga, aromatherapy, and essential oil can help to balance your emotional and physical state as well as proper diet and exercise. Try this Aromatic Bath for PMS   (Use Organic) when possible 3 Drops of Lavender essential oil 2 Drops of Geranium essential oil 2 Drops of Grapefruit essential oil 2 Drops of Clary Sage essential oil 1/2 Cup Epsom Salts 1 Teaspoon Coconut Oil Mix all ingredients together m

Blood Cleanser for Fall Season

Blood Cleanser for Fall Season Fall Season is a good time for cleansing your body.  It helps to strengthen the body for the change of season and boosts your immune system.   If your lifestyle is active you'll need to be home and close to the bathroom for this because this tea will loosen your bowels to eliminate built-up toxins in the colon.  The following is my blood purifier recipe: Barberry Burdock Cascara Sagrada Chaparral Dandelion Licorice Red Clover Yellow Dock  Senna leaves One half (1/2) of a teaspoon of each ingredient into a medium to a large pot of water.    Drink daily for 3 - 7 days. Buy the loose herbs at any health food store or shop online, it's also a good idea to take the following supplements while doing a detox, such as vitamins A, B, C, E, Choline, Folic Acid, and Minerals. Irish Sea Moss is a good source of minerals is Irish Sea Moss and it also has many health benefits including detoxifying the body as a whole. Our Irish Moss Gell Co

Undress De-Stress Bath

Undress De-Stress Bath A quick reminder first, it is very important that you take care of yourself, allowing yourself to relax is part of self-care which aid in stress reduction and contribute to your mental health and well-being. Preparing your bath with the following recipe is one great way to melt away the stress of the day. This de-stress bath works wonders to help relieve stress nervous tension and anxiety. For best results, use organic therapeutic-grade essential oils. Ingredients 3 Drops of Lavender essential oil 3 Drops of Geranium essential oil 3 Drop of Lavender essential oil 2 Drops of Bergamont essential oil 1 Teaspoon coconut oil (organic) 1 White soy candle (optional) Non-toxic bubble bath (optional) Directions Fill your tub with warm water. Then add all the essential oil to the water. Light the white candle. Relax and soak for 45 minutes to an hour.  Prepare an 8oz glass of water with a slice of lemon, and drink after the bath is completed. Note: Lavender and Clary Sage

Relaxing for Energy

Relaxing for Energy  Everyone needs a little downtime in other words Rest & Relaxation (R&R), your body refuels when you relax.  As you breathe deeply you take in more oxygen, your blood pressure lowers, your heart muscle relaxes and pumps more blood, and all tense muscles start to relax. Used by itself or in combination with visualization, autogenic relaxation , a form of progressive muscle relaxation, is a useful and effective way to let go of tension.  It relaxes you, body part by body part, inch by inch.  Created more than 50 years ago by doctors Johannes H. Schultz and Woff gang Luthe in Germany, autogenic relaxation works by a process of mentally talking your body into a relaxed state.  The word autogenic means "self-regulation" (without outside influence). According to the experts, the following is how to use autogenic relaxation to help banish the tension and stress that robs your energy. Be comfortable ~ wear loose clothing, lie down, unplug your phon