001: Everything You Need to Know About Essential Oils (in 20 Minutes)

001: Everything You Need to Know About Essential Oils (in 20 Minutes)

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This episode lays a basic foundation for all things essential oils. Learn the basic foundations of how to use essential oils safely and effectively so that you’ll have a basic understanding when listening to the more detailed episodes to come.

In this Episode You’ll Discover:

  • What exactly are essential oils?

  • Why essential oils are more powerful than dried or tinctured herbs.

  • How potent essential oils are (1 drop of peppermint essential oil = 26 cups of peppermint tea!)

  • Why sustainable farming practices matter.

  • The 3 different methods for using essential oils.

  • How to use essential oils to create powerful impacts on our limbic system.

  • How Sam uses oils as mind control on her kids.

  • What type of diffuser to use and NOT use.

  • What type of carrier oils to use for applying topically.

  • What it means to use oils “neat.”

  • Proper dilution ratios.

  • The “best” places to apply essential oils.

  • Safety tips: where NOT to apply and what to do if you get oils in your eyes.

  • Detox reactions and the importance of starting out slow.

  • The importance of quality essential oils.

  • Which oils can cause photosynthetic reactions.

  • Safety tips for pets, children, and pregnancy.

  • The importance of play! And how to know which oils to use for what.

  • Why Young Living chooses a direct sales model of business.

  • Getting plugged into communities with your sponsor or The Revolution Oils Team

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The Essential Oil Revolution Podcast features many Young Living Essential Oil Independent Distributors but is a completely separate entity from the company. Any information on the show in no way reflects the words or advice of Young Living Essential Oils. The information given on the show is meant for educational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, cure, or treat anyone.