Young Living Essential Oils: R.C.

I have to admit that I am very excited to share this essential oil today. This one is a family favorite in my house. It’s one that we make sure to have stocked up before fall and winter seasons come. This oils also comes in your premium starter kit as one of the eleven discounted oils.

So, what is this oil?

This oil is R.C. essential oils. R.C. Essential Oil is a powerful blend of Spruce, Cypress, and three types of Eucalyptus oils (E. globulus, E. radiata, and E. citriodora). Diffuse or apply it directly before, during, or after your workout. Its energetic aroma will help you stay motivated when you hit the weights, treadmill, or bike.

You can also combine Young Living R.C. oil with V-6™ Vegetable Oil Complex for an invigorating massage. This routine creates a relaxing spa-like experience and can even help when your day demands that you be out and about earlier than usual. Its robust scent will help you perk up as your day begins.

R.C. is also a great substitute for Aroma Siez in Young Living’s Raindrop Technique.

 

How Do You Use It?

You can rub on your chest and back of the neck before an early-morning workout. I like to rub it on my feet or chest when I’m feeling a little under the weather. RC is that boost that I need to support my immune system. You can use it with V-6™ Vegetable Oil Complex for a foot or back massage after your gym routine, outdoor adventure, or yoga practice.

Place a few drops in a hot bath or shower. The warm water will calm and soothe you, and the oil will diffuse with the steam for an invigorating and empowering experience. Brighten your outlook

 

during early-morning errands by applying R.C. oil to your chest and wrists.

For the application on this one, I prefer to use a carrier oil such as olive oil to dilute it a little.

Where Can You Get It?

You can order this oil by itself at my Young Living website or you can get it a better way, as a discounted Young Living member. Each member gets a 24% discount on all Young Living products. To become a member and get this AMAZING discount, you have to purchase a starter kit which has RC oil in it along with all of the other oils that I have mentioned on my blog.

Ready to take that plunge to a healthier living?

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Summer Food Favorites: Summer Orzo Pasta Salad

Summer foods are some of my favorite meals. Finding a good summertime meal that brings in a light, freshness on these hot days is the perfect meal.

This week’s Summer Food Favorites meal is Summer Orzo Pasta Salad from A Cedar Spoon. We loved this meal this summer and I know that you will too!

What You Need For the Salad: (Get Your Ingredients)

  • 8 ounces orzo pasta cooked according to package
  • 1/2 English cucumber, diced
  • 1/2 cup crumbled feta cheese
  • 1 – 15-ounce can garbanzo beans  drained and rinsed
  • 2 cups cherry tomatoes, halved
  • 1/2 small red onion, chopped {about 2/3 cup}
  • 1/2 cup fresh basil leaves, chopped
  • 1/4 cup fresh mint leaves, chopped
  • 1/4 cup fresh parsley, chopped

She had a red wine vinaigrette recipe as well but I chose to purchase one at the store. I would love to hear feedback on how it tastes with the red wine vinaigrette.

How to Make It:

This recipe takes about thirty minutes total to make. Cook the orzo according to the package. I put it in the fridge to get it to cool quickly. In large mixing bowl combine the cucumber, feta cheese, garbanzo beans, tomatoes, red onion and gently stir to combine. Add the orzo pasta to the vegetables and mix well. Toss it in a little of the red wine vinaigrette. Sprinkle the basil, mint, and parsley over the salad and gently toss. Add more vinaigrette as needed.

I hope you enjoyed this week’s recipe. Like I said above, I would love to hear how this recipe turned out for you and whether or not you used the recipe for the red wine vinaigrette.

 

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The Sunshine Blogger Award

As a writer and blogger, it is very rewarding to find out that people are reading what you write and enjoying it. My biggest goal in blogging is to share my experiences with people. I recently was nominated by asprinkleofeverything.com for the Sunshine Blogger Award. The Sunshine Blogger Award is given to bloggers who are creative, positive and inspiring. This award lets me know that people are enjoying my blog. I would like to thank A Sprinkle of Everything for nominating me for this award.

How long have you been blogging?

I have been blogging for almost five years now. I began blogging in August 2012 when my twin daughters were born.

Why did you start blogging?

I started blogging to share what was happening in the NICU with my twin girls. From there my blog became a place for me to share my story with others.

What has been the hardest part of being a blogger?

The hardest part of being a blogger has been the transition from writing for my family to building a bigger audience. When I decided to make this blog more than for my family, I struggled with driving traffic and reaching the correct audience. This was a battle I struggled for a long time and am still learning how to drive traffic.

Tell us about where you are from.

I am a Texas girl. I have lived all over the state and currently live in West Texas. I have lived in this state my entire life and could not imagine living anywhere else.

Do you have any pets?

I do have a beloved family pet. We have an eleven-year-old Shih Tzu that I adopted when I was in college. She was my first baby before I had my babies. Maggie, our Shih Tzu, is cherished by everyone in our home.

What do you like to do in your spare time?

This is a little harder to say. I am a stay at home mom of three children, therefore, spare time is not something I get very often. On those rare occasions that I have spare time to do what I want, besides writing; I read books. I love to sit with a cup of coffee or hot tea and read a few chapters in a book. Sadly it has been a few months since I have sat down with a book to read.

If money was no object, where would you like to travel?

I would like to travel to Europe. My top places would be Italy, France, and Great Britain. I still hope to travel to those places someday.

How many blogs do you currently read regularly?

I must confess that I am a bit of a blog junkie. I follow a lot of different blogs through email, on Facebook, and Instagram. I read close to ten blog posts or more a day.

What do you do for a living?

I taught for four years before becoming a stay at home mom to my twin girls. I have been home with them for five years now and have added our baby boy to the group. It has been a huge adjustment for me to stay home with them but I have loved it, most of the time. 😉 I am also an entrepreneur with a few small businesses.

I am a Young Living Independent Distributor and business builder. I teach people about the benefits of using essential oils. I also support and train people who are interested in becoming business builders from home through Young Living.

I also have an Etsy shop called Hale Yes Designs where I design personalized items for people. I am branching out from the vinyl applications to powder coating products in the near future.

Do you have any siblings?

I was raised in a blended family. My parents divorced when I was young and both have remarried. Each of their spouses had children from previous marriages and grew my family. In my blended family, I have four brothers, four sisters, two brothers-in-law, and one sister-in-law. I will not refer to my siblings as steps or half siblings because they have been a part of my life since I was a small child, some almost 30 years. The bond between us is stronger than the label of half or step. We are all very close and have a strong relationship.

What does being nominated for the Sunshine Award mean to you?

I am excited that my blog was nominated for this award. An award like this lets me know that I am reaching people and bringing joy to people when they read my blog. As a blogger, you do not know if people are enjoying what you are writing. Being nominated for this award gives me that boost in confidence that I am doing great and gives me the drive to reach more people through my blog.

My Nominees

To continue the sharing this award, I have nominated 11 other bloggers who have inspiring and creative blogs. These boggers are:

  1. The Mama Playbook
  2. Journey of Parenthood
  3. Chronicles of Babywise Mom
  4. The Moms Life Cycle
  5. Coffee and Carpool
  6. Half Way Girl Turned Whole
  7. Sassy Southern Blonde
  8. At Home Teaching V
  9. Curious Mothers
  10. The Airforce Sweetheart
  11. Faith Fueled Moms

Once nominated the blogger is required to write a post in which they:

  1. Thank the blogger who nominated them and link back to their blog.
  2. Answer the 11 questions asked by the blogger who nominated them.
  3. Nominate 11 other blogs and give them 11 new questions to answer.
  4. Notify your nominees and display the Sunshine Blogger Award logo in your post.

My Questions for You!

  1. When did you start blogging?
  2. Why did you start blogging?
  3. What advice would you give to a new blogger?
  4. Tell us a little about your blog.
  5. Tell about your most popular blog post and include the link.
  6. What do you like to do on the weekends?
  7. What are your blogging goals?
  8. How many blogs do you read regularly?
  9. What do you do for a living?
  10. How many children do you have?
  11. What does being nominated for a Sunshine Blogger Award mean to you?

 

 

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Palo Duro Canyon Camp Out

This past weekend we drove to Canyon, Texas to visit Palo Duro Canyon for a weekend camping trip. I had visited Palo Duro Canyon when I was in college and loved the sights. I thought this would be a beautiful place to visit and have my kids explore.

We arrived at the canyon around 2 pm on Friday. The drive into the canyon is on this long and curvy road down into the bottom of the canyon where you camp. This drive is a bit difficult when you are pulling a camper due to that extra weight. I had forgotten about this part! Joel and I set up our campsite while the kids played around for the first hour. There was a chance of rain so we wanted to get everything set up and have some time to explore before it started raining.

We explored around our campsite, walking on the small trails right around it which led to other campsites or the Amphitheater. After a little exploring, we drove down the canyon roads to see other areas in the canyon that were a little too far for the kids to walk. We loved seeing the walls of the canyon and all of the nature surrounding us. The girls seemed to be enjoying the sights as well.

Luckily the rain held out long enough for us to make campfire quesadillas for dinner and a quick roast of marshmallows for smores. It started raining as we ate under our camper canopy. It wasn’t long and we were retreating into the camper for the evening due to the rain. It continued to rain for hours after that, late into the night. The wind was blowing and rocking the camper, thunder and lightning were nonstop! Joel was so nervous about flooding that he kept waking up and going outside to see if we were starting to have a flooding issue. Part of the canyon does flood where you cannot pass and you become trapped. Our campsite was above that flood plain but you never know when you are in a canyon. It is safe to say that no one really slept well that first night.

The next morning we woke up and attempted to have a campfire breakfast. It was still wet so we were unable to cook over the campfire. We have a camp stove that we tried to use that morning as well. No matter how hard we tried, it was not starting up, so onto plan c which meant moving into the camper to cook on the stove. I definitely understand why people prefer to cook outside of a camper now, it gets really hot inside when you are cooking. I finished up cooking and cleaning while Joel took the kids for a morning adventure walk. When they came back he said that everything was muddy and it looked like more rain was coming. If we wanted to explore we would

have to do it soon.

We got in the car and drove up the canyon a quarter of a mile to this trail that was short and kid friendly. It was completely muddy. The kids had their mud boots but I had

The turkeys and roadrunners run around the camps all day.

forgotten ours. We hiked on the muddy trail, getting lost because the signs were not easy to follow and trails intertwined along the way. We had to turn around at one point because the trail was closed due to flooding. It took us about 45 minutes to do a trail that was supposed to be less than a mile round trip. Once we got back to the car everyone was covered in the dark red mud. I was really happy about all that mud in my car…not!

 

Since we were already out and it wasn’t raining yet, we decided to drive around a little to see if any more trails were open. They were almost all closed, the only ones open were the equestrian only trails for horseback riding. None of the trails were stroller friendly so Mason had to walk or be carried. After seeing that we had hiked the only trail option, we headed back to camp to have lunch and find something to do at the campsite. Mason needed his afternoon nap and the girls needed a little break as well. At this point, the complaining was starting about being bored and how camping was not fun. As Mason napped, the older two complained and whined about having to stay outside. We were sitting outside the canopy doing a puzzle together and they were not having any of it. This was very frustrating for me because I’m not the biggest fan of camping but they have begged and asked for over a year to go camping. Yes this trip was harder because of the rain but we still were camping and they were hating it! It’s safe to say there were a few time outs during that quiet time.

After Mason woke up from his nap, we headed back up the hill to the visitor centers to see their miniature museums. Going to places like this with a one-year-old is so much fun! His favorite thing is to scream and listen to his voice echoing through the museum. Brooke and Mason ran around in circles with Joel and I trying to calm them and remind them that we were inside. It was one of those moments that you wanted to say, “I swear I have taken them in public before”. It was not long and we were leaving the visitors center and heading back to camp where the kids spent the rest of the day playing horseshoes and jumping in mud puddles. People drove by our campsite and laughed at the three kids covered head to toe in mud. We couldn’t go hiking because of the mud, they might as well enjoy the mud!

During this time we had a mini-traumatic moment when our Shih-Tzu started acting really funny. She was unable to walk on one of her legs and was hobbling around the campsite. We couldn’t figure out what was wrong and were starting to worry that she had been bittenplanned or stung by something. I took her into the camper and washed the injured leg, nothing seemed to be there and her foot was not swelling. We knew then that it wasn’t a snake bite, but something was definitely still irritating her foot. She kept licking it and whimpering. We had Benadryl so we gave her a tiny dose of that to help and within an hour she was able to walk on it again. Our guess is that one of the wasps that were swarming around our camper stung her. Thankfully it was minor.

We made dinner over the fire again. This time we cooked campfire french fries and burgers. The french fries turned out horrible and I strongly recommend that you never try this. We wrapped them in foil and threw them directly into the fire as the recipe said that I found on Pinterest. These fries burnt and raw in the same fries. Not to mention they had a horrible flavor. Basically, they were inedible after 45 minutes on the campfire. Following our disaster of a campfire dinner, I tried a different campfire dessert for the kids. We did a smore inside of an ice cream cone. We broke up the chocolate and stuffed marshmallows into the cone. Then wrapped it in foil and put it on the fire for about ten minutes. Everything melted inside of the cone making it a special treat for the kids. 

It wasn’t long into dinner and the rain started again causing us to retreat once again inside the camper. The kids watched a movie and relaxed in their pajamas before going to bed. It was again a long night of listening to the rain and thunder. The next morning we decided to just get up and shut down camp so we could go home. There was more rain to come and we did not want to get trapped there until it was over. So we hurried with the packing up, got the kids loaded in the car with their breakfast and were gone by 8:30.

The drive home was a bit stressful. Mason threw up twice on the ride home, soaking his car seat and clothing. There is nothing you can do to clean that up on the road so the car smelled horrible for hours. Both girls had to go to the bathroom repeatedly and there was a ton of crying and attitude as we cabin drove the trip home.

Here is a cowboy cabin that they rent at Palo Duro Canyon.

It took us an extra hour with all of the stress along the way. We got home around 1:30 and sent all three kids to bed while we cleaned the car and camper out. I was so ready to get the mud and vomit out of my car that I could not stop until it was clean.

 

This was our last camp trip for the summer and it was a memorable one for us. I am not sure we will be taking on another camping trip with the kids for a while.

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The New Addition: Week 4

Some of you already know that we are currently in the process of a major construction project at our house. As a recap to the project, we had a foundation poured for about 400 square feet on the exterior of our house. Wood framing for walls, exterior plywood, and the roof was put on. The electrical was run throughout the entire space. Adding this much space meant a new breaker box and moving old electrical in the space that was existing.

This remodel is about a month in and it’s finally hit that plateau moment. This past week we saw a huge lull in the project as far as progress being made. Monday the electricians were supposed to come cut our power once more to replace the old breaker panel. They did not show up to our house until 4 pm so the project got bumped until Tuesday. The electricians were at the house at 7 am the next morning and we had power disconnected by 8 am. It took them five hours to move all of the wires into the new panel and turn the power back on. The kids and I ran a lot of errands and spent a lot of time outside that day. We were thankful that it was only 75 outside instead of our typical 100 degree days.

The rest of the week was waiting for inspections to pass from the city. We had to have a structure inspection, plumbing inspection, and electrical inspection complete early in the week so that the contractor could continue with the next part. This can take a day or two of waiting on the city in most cases. However, our city inspectors were able to get to us quickly, usually the same day. All of those inspections were done by Tuesday afternoon. This allowed them to start with the insulation on the room on Wednesday so that the insulation inspection could be done that week as well. Again, more waiting! The inspection was finished on Thursday afternoon.

This entire week was a waiting process for me and a bit frustrating. When you have a project like this, you are constantly watching and checking to see the advancements happening. When you have a slow week, it’s hard to stay positive throughout the process. I’m excited about the new space but I am tired of doing my laundry in my garage. On my best positive note to a slower week, One month down…one more to go, I hope! Find out what happens next week when the sheetrock goes up on the walls.

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Young Living Essential Oils: Purification

So far I have shared with you over half of the oils in the premium starter kit. The next oil in the premium starter kit that I want to share about is one that I have recently learned the great benefits of. It was not in my starter kit when I bought it a few years ago but is one of the oils included now. It is Purification!

What is Purification?

Ditch overpowering and harsh chemical-based sprays and keep your home smelling fresh and clean with Young Living’s Purification essential oil. This blend is made up of six essential oils for the ultimate weapon against odors. Citronella, Lavandin, Lemongrass, Rosemary, Myrtle, and Tea Tree work together to create a refreshing, bright scent that keeps you and your family happy and comfortable.

How to Use It?

With Purification oil, you’ll never need to feel embarrassed by bad odors from cooking, laundry, pets, or anything else life throws your way. Diffuse it throughout your house or use a more targeted approach so you always feel confident in your home, in the car, or on the go!

The most popular way that I have heard people use this oil is by diffusing it to remove odors from a home. The story that stands out the most to me is that a person bought a house that was formerly owned by a smoker. They had already gotten rid of the carpets and painted the walls but the house still had that smokey odor. A family member brought over their Young Living home diffuser and bottle of Purification essential oil and diffused their home. Purification was able to eliminate that horrible odor in their home.

I personally like to diffuse Purification after Thieves when someone in my family has been sick. Purification gives me that comfort in purifying my house the way I do when I have cleaned it top to bottom.

How Do You Get It?

You can order your bottle of Purification here at my Young Living website. But to be honest with you, that’s not the best way to get the oil. The best way to get the best price for the oil is to order a starter kit which includes

Purification as well as other oils at a great discounted price. Having the extra oils that you can try out and love, as well as a discounted membership to order oils any time you need them. That’s the best way to get this oil and others. To order the starter kit, click here.

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Summer Food Favorites: Grilled Salmon Kabobs

I am really loving all of these summer recipes! This recipe is a great grilling recipe for a light summer time meal. Today’s meal is adapted from Skinny Taste.

Grilled Salmon Kabobs

Ingredients: (Get Your Ingredients)

 

  • 2 tbsp chopped fresh oregano
  • 2 tsp sesame seeds
  • 1 tsp ground cumin
  • 1/4 tsp crushed red pepper flakes
  • 1-1/2 pounds skinless wild salmon fillet, cut into 1-inch pieces
  • 2 lemons, very thinly sliced into rounds
  • olive oil cooking spray
  • 1 tsp kosher salt
  • 16 bamboo skewers soaked in water 1 hour

 

How to Make It:

Heat the grill on medium heat and spray the grates with oil. Mix the oregano, sesame seeds, cumin, and red pepper flakes in a small bowl to combine; set spice mixture aside. Start your kabobs with one piece of salmon rotating salmon and folded lemon until a salmon piece ends the kabob. It should make 8 kabobs total. Spray the fish lightly with oil and season kosher salt and the reserved spice mixture. Grill the fish, turning occasionally, until fish is opaque throughout, about 8 to 10 minutes total. I like serving this will steamed rice and grilled broccoli. Yum!

 

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A Day in Our Life…

Not long ago someone asked me what we did all day. I honestly believe that most people think that all we do is sit at home all day watching television and playing. So I’m here to tell you what really happens behind the scenes in our household.

My day starts at 6:30 am so that I have time to get myself dressed and have a cup of coffee before the kids get up at 7. At 7 am, I get all three kids up and have them get ready for the day by getting dressed, making their beds and putting their dirty clothes away. Then they have breakfast together before heading into the bathroom to brush their teeth. While they are brushing their teeth I quickly clean up their breakfast mess and get the baby ready for the day. At 8:30 am our homeschooling morning starts.

We have homeschool lessons from 8:30 am until snack time at 9:15. At this time all three kids have a morning snack and take a break while they listen to a story. Once snack time is over and cleaned up, we continue with our homeschool schedule. We stop around 10:30 to go outside to play for about an hour. I prepare lunch as the kids wash their hands and set the table. After lunch, Mason takes a nap and the girls have their quiet time for at least an hour. During that time, I take care of the laundry, dishes, and all of the household chores. If there is any time left over, I take a few minutes to read my devotional or work on my blog posts.

Mason usually wakes from his nap around 2 pm. The kids had independent play time for a little while before clean up time at 4:30. I start cooking dinner each night at 5 pm so that we can eat at 6 pm. The kids get to watch television or play on their electronic devices while I am cooking dinner. Twice a week the girls have soccer practice so we have to push dinner time until after they get back. On those days I prep dinner during nap time so that it’s only something we heat up or a quick salad.

After dinner, it’s time for me to clean up the kitchen and dining room before baths start. Luckily my husband is able to help me most nights for bath time so that I can clean up. Once bath time is over we all sit around and enjoy story time before the kids going to bed.

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The New Addition: Week 3

We are three weeks into this home remodel project. I love the progress that we have seen over the past few weeks. Week three was no disappointment on the progress either. Even with the rain, they were able to make progress on the new spaces.

Monday morning started with a whole crew of people arriving at our house. We had demolition crew removing the existing tile in the laundry room. There was a crew of framers who were framing the wall to the bathroom, office space, and my new laundry area. The other group of men was the roofers who had to work quickly to get the new shingles on before the rain started. The new space is now connected to my house so we hear every detail, every single thing that they are doing. It’s very loud!

Tuesday continued with framing inside the new space. They had to work on framing in the new bathroom and closet spaces. Plumbing for the new bathroom was run on Tuesday. It’s starting to look more like separated spaces.

On Wednesday the electrician came out to take care of all of our electrical work. He wired all of the new plugs and moved old plugs to the new locations. We hit our first official bump in the project this day when our contractor informed us that the brick was out of stock at our local supplier. The location of the brick is in Arkansas but they did not anticipate being able to get it for a few weeks. This delays finishing the exterior and the final inspection of the project.

A panoramic view of the new space!

Thursday the electrician continued working on our house.  They worked until about lunch time until the inspector arrived for the electrical inspection.  The electrical meter box where the electricity enters our house was in the middle of the new room, so it had to be relocated to the side of our house. This meant that we had to call our electricity service company out to have a power disconnect and then reconnect this day, or that was the plan for Thursday. When the service company arrived, they decided that they were not going to complete this project that day using the excuse that the inspection was not marked in the system. They told me that they would reschedule for the next day. This made me extremely nervous because power left off after 5 pm is not put back on until the next business day, in this case would be Monday. Hearing that it had to be the next day really stressed me out.

Friday morning started about 8:30 am when the service company came back out. I saw the man in the back yard and called the contractor to let him know they were there. He sent the electricians out to start the project and shut off. When they arrived we discovered that the service company left, without any notice and without cutting the power. The electricians had to wait for thirty minutes before leaving for another job and unable to complete our house. At 11 am the service company came back to actually complete the project. I was able to get the electricians back out to our house quickly to finish this project. The entire shut off took a little over an hour. I was glad that part was over but I was also confused as to why they couldn’t finish the project on Thursday as planned.

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Young Living Essential Oils: Thieves

 I am about half way through my series on Young Living Essential Oils and talking about the oils that come in your starter kit. This oil is part of the premium starter kit and is the reason why I purchased my starter kit a few years ago. Brooke was 18 months old when she caught RSV. Over the next eight months, she was sick with virus after virus and multiple cases of pneumonia before catching Enterovirus D68. All of these viruses wiped her out and made her immune system so weak that she was catching viruses constantly. She didn’t have any time to heal or recoup from all of these viruses. We had spent time in the hospital and countless visits to the doctor’s offices trying to help her during this period. With everything she had been through, she needed some support to help her immune system and body. I wanted something that could support her body through its healing process. I researched and researched, hoping to find something and Thieves essential oil was that something that I found. It was the answer that we had hoped for, the product that could support her body. Trying to get this oil is why I became a Young Living Member and now a distributor.

So let me tell you about this amazing oil and why I love it so much. Thieves is a blend of clove, lemon, cinnamon bark, eucalyptus, and rosemary. There are three versions of this oil: essential oil, vitality oil, and now cleaners. I am going to talk about the vitality oil first.

With Thieves Vitality you’ll have a quick and easy way to balance your busy life and your wellness. With Young Living’s Thieves Vitality essential oil you can support overall wellness and a healthy immune system with just a few drops.

Thieves Vitality combines Lemon, Clove, Eucalyptus Radiata, Cinnamon Bark, and Rosemary essential oils to create one of our most popular products. These ingredients synergistically combine to offer one of the key benefits of Thieves Vitality oil: overall wellness and support of a healthy immune system. Additionally, Eucalyptus Radiata Vitality may also help support a healthy respiratory system when taken internally.

Use the sweet, spicy flavor of Thieves Vitality as an addition to your daily wellness regimen. Its constituent oils such as Clove Vitality, Lemon Vitality, and Cinnamon Vitality give a comforting seasoning to warm food and drinks. Add Tangerine Vitality or Orange Vitality essential oil to Thieves Vitality to further brighten the flavors of your favorite foods.

With the benefits of Thieves oil including cleaning power and an irresistibly spicy scent, Young Living offers it as an essential oil blend and as an important ingredient in a full range of home cleaning and personal care products, from dish soap to toothpaste. Looking to make your home smell as clean as it looks? Diffuse Thieves oil throughout the house for an aroma that makes every room smell more like fall baking than harsh cleaning formulas.

Young Living has a thieves cleaner that I use to replace my major cleaning products. I love this oil and all of its products. If you are searching for something to help your immune system or a natural cleaning product to replace all of those chemicals in your home. This is the product for you.

If you are like me and searching for the best way to get this product, then you want to become a member and get the wholesale pricing with Young Living. The only way to do that is to order a starter kit which includes all of these great oils I have been sharing with you and of course Thieves oil. To become a member click here, Young Living. 

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