Friday, September 26, 2014

September YL Essential Oils Information - Boosting Immunity

Hey Friends,
Here we are in FALL. I've assembled a few ideas to help with boosting immunity.

Please remember:
1. I'm not a doctor and neither I nor the oils make miracles and they work differently for everyone.
2. Always do a test spot when trying new oils (the underside of the upper arm works best, and one drop will do).
Oils to Build Immunity:
Lemon - promotes immunity by building your white blood cell functions and is also known to boost memory and help with relaxation. Try it in cool water or on a tablespoon with your favorite local honey as a cough suppressant.
Purification - A blend of six essential oils with antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and tissue regenerating characteristics. I love to use this one on my wrists when I leave the house in the morning, we also diffuse it at home regularly. 
ImmuPower - A blend of nine essential oils with antiseptic and anti-infectious properties to strengthen immunity and work to repair DNA cells. This one is going on my "get" list!
Egyptian Gold - Another blend of nine essential oils that originate from the Middle East and Central Europe. This blend offers an enchanting scent that stimulates the central nervous, immune, and respiratory systems. (currently out of supply until supply levels return to normal)Exodus II - This essential oil blend is said to have been used by Moses' brother Aaron to protect the Israelites from the plaque. It's built of purifying oils with cleansing properties to enhance the immune system. Try applying it to the soles of your feet before bed!

Other Immune Boosting Helpers:
1. Turn on the radio (and off the TV), less sitting more moving.
2. Get enough rest.
3. Eat well.
4. Get up and move!

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Wednesday, September 3, 2014


Love the earth and sun and animals, and your very flesh shall be a great poem ~ Walt Whitman

We often long for change, and then suddenly it's upon us. September has arrived and already there are apples, soon there will be pumpkins and apple cider. What seemed like so long ago, is now just around the corner... our trip to Ireland is approaching and that means it's time to start thinking about clothes and what to pack, among other things.

As always we've been keeping busy. I started the holiday weekend a day early and celebrated by shopping and getting lunch with my friend Sara. I had the whole day because Brett was working and then assisting his dad at Madison International Speedway on the safety truck.

The next morning we packed up the car, picked up some beer and headed to Lodi/Sauk City for some camping and tubing the Wisconsin River with a group of my friends. We'd never tubed this section of the river and the rain definitely added some extra to the trip, thankfully no lightning but the sirens did go off just as we were putting in. After tubing we headed back to Crystal Lake Campground for a taco/nacho dinner that everyone chipped in a little something for, a draft for Brett and shower for me was needed so we headed up to the camp store/bar/pool (there's a POOL!?) area for free wifi so Brett could do his draft. Eventually the others meandered up and we all meandered back for SMORES!

Sunday was definitely for relaxing, and we had some friends over to cook out and sit around the driveway fire. Monday included more relaxing.

I also took Tuesday off, some relaxing with a massage from mom followed by errands and another step closer to having our office/craft room more streamlined. The book shelf is finally empty! Books have been, or will be, stored away or put in the Little Free Library pile to get dropped off. I have books from 1999! I primarily use the library or get the book on our Nook (if available), Brett uses Audible to listen to books. My current read: Hungry for Change. Brett's has downloaded, but not started the Divergent Series. I've already read all three of those (on our Nook), I'm holding off on reading Four.Other office items have gotten chucked, stored, or will be donated.

Food experiments this week: crust less cheeseburger quiche (I forgot to thaw the crust), Japanese cucumber salad, a zucchini and ravioli lasagna. Most are recipes that I get from Pintrest and alter as we feel fit.

Tonight as Brett was golfing (I ride along) we could hear a chopper heading our way, sometimes this means Med Flight but thankfully not tonight. Tonight it was a Military medical chopper (think MASH, but modernized) doing their practice maneuvers, I still get excited to see Military vehicles of any form. As we're creeping closed to another anniversary of 9/11 and on-going terrorist attacks (ISIS in the news),  I'm reminded how extremely grateful to ALL of our service men and women past and present I am.