“Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.”
~ Dr. Seuss (Theodor Geisel)
This quick DIY multi-purpose glass cleaner spray will uplift your spirits, soothe your senses and leave you seeing more clearly.
Gather up an 8 oz glass spray bottle
8 oz distilled water
1 teaspoon vinegar
13-16 drops Lavender
13-19 drops Orange
Add everything to glass bottle, cap and shake well. This mix is great for all kinds of stuff beyond windows. Replace every few weeks to keep freshest.
Cleavers (Galium aparine)
Known as “bedstraw”
Prickly sticks to passers by.
All above ground parts of the plant can be used in juice, salads, etc.
Some people enjoy this Herbs via cold infusion.
This herb is known to help clear out the lymphatic system acting as a diuretic purging the body of excess water.
Chickweed (Stellaria media)
Early in the spring, and holds on through fall.
Lymphatic and diuretic. Cleanses the lymphatic system and eliminates extra water from the body.
Flowers leaves and stems are all very tasty in salads, soups, juices and stir-fries.
Less bitter than other greens.
1-2 teaspoons chickweed
6 oz. boiling water
Hyssop is a herb known and used as a remedy that is as old as the Bible.
Hyssop has a bitter taste and strong odor. It has been used to flavor liqueurs.
It may even help people who suffer from HIV and AIDS.
Hyssop is a member of the mint family. Hippocrates once used hyssop to treat bronchitis.
Folk uses include but are not limited to:
Coughs, colds, flu, hoarseness, expectorant, fevers, respiratory congestion, sore throats and even herpes.
2 teaspoons hyssop herb
8 oz boiling water
Honey and lemon to taste.
Really Old cough remedy
Once used in England to get rid of witch spells.
In 1989 horehound was banned from over the counter cough remedies and rules in-effective.
Horehound has been used to treat cough for thousands of years and us still readily available in all kinds of tinctures, raw, and even candies.
Some people like the flavor.
Other than being used for cough it has also been used for alcohol production, worms, menstrual complaints, asthma, and to lure bees to gardens.
8 oz boiling water
1 teaspoon horehound
Steep 10 minutes
Sweeten if you like.
“Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.”
~ Joshua J. Marine
A Recipe for You: Lavender Sunburn Gel
We will be making Mother’s Day surprises.
Pamper your mother with homemade Yum, Yums! I’m not giving away the gift ideas till you get here!
Each person will leave with a something special made using Young Living Essential Oils.
Come uplift your spirits while making something to spOIL your Mom.
May 12, 2018 2-4 PM
We are located in Cantonment, FL. This is going to be good! Contact me for more details.
We request a $5.00 donation from all members. Non-members are FREE, so bring a friend!
LIVE YOUR PASSION!
Saturday April 7, 2018 at 2-4 PM we will be making diffuser jewelry at DixeyLand.
This is a Live your Passion Rally! Come get in on all the fun!
This event is designed to celebrate Young Living, share exclusive deals, news, events, ideas, etc.
Snacks, Door Prizes and More!
$5.00 donation requested from members. All Non-Members are free so PLEASE bring a friend!