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Black Spruce Essential Oil by Young LivingNorthern Lights Black Spruce essential oil comes from Young Living’s Northern Lights Farm in British Columbia, Canada. This oil includes the naturally occurring constituents alpha-pinene, camphene, and beta-pinene.

Black spruce, along with many of the tree oils, is a grounding oil that holds a frequency of balance. Black Spruce is good for centering, calming, and focusing. Apply to bottoms of feet, along the spine, or on the back of the neck to create a sense of grounding.

Black Spruce is grounding and stimulating at the same time. While it has a calming effect on hyper energy, it energizes when feeling fatigue.

Black Spruce is soothing to tired muscles. It is often used in liniments, aerosols or with carrier oils in massage.

For tired muscles and sore joints, combine 5 drops of Black Spruce with 1 tablespoon of carrier oil. Massage the affected area twice a day.

Here are a few recipes using Black Spruce essential oil in massage oil blends

Muscle Relaxing Essential Oil Blend

25 drops Balsam Fir
15 drops Basil
10 drops Marjoram
8 drops Black Spruce
4 drops Wintergreen

Apply on location to muscles, neck, and feet, as an aid to relaxation. Dilute with a vegetable or massage oil for a body massage.

Tired Muscle Massage Oil

10 drops PanAway
8 drops Wintergreen
8 drops Marjoram
6 drops Black Spruce

Dilute in ½ oz. of V-6 Massage Oil or Massage Oil Base and massage the entire body.

Feeling Limber Massage Oil

8 drops Black Spruce
5 drops Douglas fir
5 drops Helichrysum
4 drops Wintergreen
2 drops German Chamomile
4 drops Elemi

Directions:
Dilute 50-50, massage 3-6 drops on location, repeat as often as needed.

Overworked Muscle Massage Oil
20 drops Wintergreen
15 drops Marjoram
10 drops Juniper
10 drops Cypress
6 drops Black Spruce

You can add these formulas to 4 oz. of Ortho Ease to strengthen its effects.

Combine a few drops of Northern Lights Black Spruce with a complementary aroma like Cedarwood or Lavender for a relaxing massage oil to infuse your evening with the tranquil aroma of nature.

The moisturizing properties of Northern Lights Black Spruce make it a great addition your favorite lotion or face cream.


Add a few drops to your diffuser blends

5 drops Northern Lights Black Spruce
3 drops Cardamom
2 drops Lemon

Add a few drops to Thieves Household Cleaner so you can clean your home with it and have it smelling like a forest.



Young Living Black Spruce Essential Oil


Peppermint Essential Oil MassagePeppermint oil consists of between 28 and 48 percent menthol, which is very stimulating but also, soothing to tired muscles after a day of strenuous activity or sports. Peppermint oil is and energizing pick me up or a cooling down after a heavy workout. Here are 10 uses for Peppermint oil you will want to try!

1. Cool down after a workout session or heavy activity – Add two drops of Peppermint to a cold, damp washcloth and place on the back of your neck, your forehead, or your chest to help cool down after a workout, especially on a hot day. The menthol and menthyl acetate constituents create a nice cooling sensation.

After Workout Cool Down Spray
4-6 drops peppermint
4 oz spray bottle filled with water

Shake and spray as needed.

2. Soothe tired overworked muscles – Peppermint essential oil is one that is really soothing to tired, overworked muscles. It’s a “hot” oil so you can dilute it with 1 drop of Peppermint with 4 drops of V-6 or another carrier if it burns a bit. You can make your own massage oil blends adding Peppermint as one of the ingredients. Here are a couple examples:

Cooling and Soothing blend
4 drops peppermint
3 drops lavender
4 drops cypress
3 drops wintergreen
4 drops marjoram

Mix neat or double quantities in 1 oz V-6 Mixing Oil or Massage Oil Base.

Athletic Muscle Rub

1 Cup Coconut Oil
10 Drops Peppermint
10 Drops Wintergreen
10 Drops Copaiba

Whip and store in container.

DIY Whipped Body Butter
3/4 cup grated cocoa butter
1/4 cup coconut oil
1/4 cup shea butter
1/2 cup almond or jojoba oil
10 drops of Peppermint, or another essential oil

Melt the cocoa butter, coconut oil, and shea butter in a double boiler. When melted completely, stir in almond oil and essential oil until combined. Chill in refrigerator until slightly hardened, about 30 minutes. Whip with mixer until smooth and creamy, about 5-10 minutes, then store in glass jar.

3. Add Peppermint to your water – Add a drop or 2 of Peppermint Vitality to your drinking water for an energizing boost after a workout or a day of hard work. Very refreshing way to cool down after exercising.

4. Support digestion – Add a drop or two of Peppermint Vitality to a glass of water or a cup of tea to support normal digestion and help with gastrointestinal discomfort. Massage a couple drops of Peppermint oil on the abdomen to support normal digestion and reduce feelings of discomfort after large meals.

5. Soothing Gel – Add a few drops each of Peppermint and Lavender to aloe vera gel for a soothing after sun cool down.

6. Take it on the go – Keep Peppermint in your purse for some simple self-care on the go. You never know when you

7. Freshen stinky workout gear – Smelly gym bag or stinky shoes? Mix 2 ounces of water and 6 drops of Peppermint in a spray bottle to freshen it up! Add Purification or Lemon for an extra boost of freshness.

8. Invigorating bath – Add 5 drops of Peppermint directly to bathwater and enjoy an invigorating soak.

9. Massage on location – Massage several drops of Peppermint oil on the area of discomfort to support muscles and joint. Massage Peppermint oil on joints.

Massage on feet – Massage several drops of Peppermint oil on the bottom of your feet to soothe after a long day on standing or walking. Mix Peppermint oil in a footbath to relieve sore feet. Keep water agitated while soaking feet.

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Essential Oils are the heartbeat of the plant kingdom, and are perhaps the most exciting life-giving substance we have in the world today. They represent in plants what blood represents in humankind – life! This heartbeat is the energy that was created to deliver the nutrients into every cell of the body Defined; Essential oils are the subtle, volatile liquids that are distilled from plants, shrubs, flowers, trees, bushes and seeds.

An ancient process, oil distillation is a delicate and precise art that has been almost forgotten. Science is just now re- discovering the incredible power of Essential Oils, and beginning to acknowledge their value for our health.

More Potent Than Herbs…

Being concentrated, The oils contain virtually all of the plants nutrients, oxygenating molecules, amino acid precursors, coenzyme A factors, trace minerals, enzymes, vitamins, hormones and more. And because they are concentrated, EO’s are from 50 to 70 times more therapeutically potent than the herbs or plants they are derived from. Unlike dried herbs that can lose up up to 90% of the valuable nutrients and oxygen molecules, Essential Oils do not. Research further shows that Essential Oils when applied to skin will penetrate every single cell within 20 minutes.

Because the very life force of the plant is contained in EO’s, and because this life force synergizes so favorably with the human body, Essential Oils are a powerful support for the immune system.

Pure, therapeutic grade Essential Oils are freely available and safe for home use. Many people diffuse the oils into the atmosphere of their homes, creating a healthy environment.

Nature’s Most Effective Delivery Agent…

Because Essential Oils contain such high amounts of oxygenating molecules, they act as an effective delivery agent to bring food nutrients THROUGH the cell wall to feed the cell nucleus.

Without an adequate delivery agent to assist the cell to receive needed nutrients, the cell can become deprived of needed nutrition. Without adequate nutrition, the cell wall thickens hindering further delivery of nutrients. When malnutrition occurs, the cell begins to deteriorate, creating a health problems. Essential Oils are known for their ability to “fly” through the thickest cell walls. They have the ability to restore malnourished cells back to health. In fact, EO’s are nature’s most effective catalyst and delivery agent for feeding your body’s several trillion cells.

What Are Essential Oils? Essential oil are the subtle, aromatic and volatile liquids extracted from the flowers, seeds, leaves, stems, bark and roots of herbs, bushes, shrubs, and trees, through distillation. According to ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics and Chinese manuscripts, priests and physicians were using essential oils thousands of years before Christ. They were considered more valuable than gold. There are 188 references to oils in the Bible. Science is only now beginning to investigate the incredible properties of essential oils.

The Properties of Essential Oils
Pure Essential Oils Have Very High Frequency. The effectiveness of Essential Oils cannot be fully understood without some discussion of frequency. Frequency is the measurable rate of electrical energy flow that is constant between any two points. Everything has frequency. In his book The Body Electric, Dr. Robert O. Becker establishes that the human body has an electrical frequency and that much about a person’s health can be determined by the person’s frequency.

In 1992, Bruce Tainio of Tainio Technology, an independent division of Eastern State University in Cheney, Washington, built the first frequency monitor in the world. Tainio determined that the average frequency of the human body during the daytime is 62 to 68 MHz. (A healthy body frequency is (62 – 72 MHz.)

The study of frequencies raises an important question about the frequencies of the substances we eat, breathe, and absorb. Many pollutants lower healthy frequency. Processed/canned food has a frequency of ZERO!! The frequency of fresh produce is only 15 MHz, dry herbs from 12 to 22 MHz and fresh herbs from 20 to 27 MHz. Essential Oils start at 52 MHz and go as high as 320 MHz, which is the frequency if rose oil.

Essential oils help maintain a healthy immune system.

Essential Oils Are Aromatic.
Essential Oils are highly aromatic and therefore, many of the benefits can be obtained by simply inhaling them. This can be done by breathing in the fragrance from the bottle, or they can be diffused into the room.

When diffused, Essential Oils can be the best air filtration system in the world. They will:

(1) Clean the air.
(2) Increase atmospheric oxygen.
(3) Increase ozone and negative ions in the house.
(4) Destroy odors from mold, cigarettes, and animals.
(5) Fill the air with a fresh, herbal aromatic scent.