3 Easy Ways to Use Essential Oils

Oily Family Blog Post
July 13, 2017
Oily Family Blog Post

Learning to use essential oils shouldn’t be difficult! Essential oil veteran, Marc Ebinger, gives you 3 easy ways to start using them right away.  Be sure to watch the entire video for some important tips and insight!

 

  1.  Aromatically.  Put a drop of essential oil into the palm of your hands, rub them together and breathe in the aroma.  You can also diffuse several drops of essential oil in a high quality diffuser, my personal favorite is the Desert Mist Diffuser from Young Living!
  2. Topically.  A great place to begin applying essential oils topically is the bottoms of your feet because it gently allows your body to become acclimated to the oils and avoid sensitivity to the skin.  I recommend that you avoid overusing essential oils under your arms, on your face, or other sensitive areas of the body.  Essential oils can be applied directly to the skin with, or without a carrier oil.
  3. By Mouth.  You can put a drop or two directly on your tongue!  You can add a few drops of essential oil to a vegetable capsule and take it with water.  You can also add essential oils directly to your food or water for a burst of flavor.

For more videos about using essential oils, be sure to visit Essential Oil TV.

If you are interested in purchasing essential oils, please get back with the person who introduced you to them.  If you do not have an essential oil guru yet, please consider becoming a part of our Oily Family!  Click here to learn more about purchasing essential oils.

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