Friday, February 29, 2008

Living Healthy

I went to Young Living Farms again yesterday. Two weeks ago was my first visit. While we were there, my husband signed us up to sell the products. I wasn't sold on the products yet and felt we should wait before jumping in to such a commitment, but he had gone to Young Living Farms with my daughter six months before and the testimonials about the oils excited him, so we signed up.

Yesterday I was returning to buy another bottle of Valor. Valor is my favorite oil of the Young Living essential oils. After visiting the chiropractor my back is always achy, but valor makes the ache go away within minutes. I also use it in between chiropractor visits when my back is achy and get the same great results. I wanted to see if it worked on anyone else in my family as great as it had me, so after my husband's last chiropractor (a NUCCA chiropractor) appointment, when his neck was stiff, I applied some Valor and within a minute he could turn his head and the pain was gone. So, needless to say, we LOVE the stuff!

The other oils are ok, but I haven't found a great use for them yet. You can visit Young Living's official site at
And if you find anything you'd like to try, I'd love it if you bought it from me by clicking on this link.

Another oil I love doesn't come from Young Living at all but is made by Premier, and I buy it though my chiropractor. It is an Attar from India that is supposed to bring your body and mind into balance. It smells good and I love the stuff; it makes me just feel better. I am stupid as to "why" they work, but my best understanding is that everything has an energy frequency and the different Attars strengthen a certain frequency. There are three main Attars: Kapha, Vata, and Pitta, and there are three sub-groups that seem to be blends of the main three for those that are not purely one Attar.

Yesterday I also tried a clay facial mask. I was skeptical, because I haven't done masks before, but I loved how my skin felt and looked afterward. I used Redmond Clay mixed with water to make a paste about the consistency of toothpaste. Redmond Clay is also used as a remedy for bee stings, bruises, insect bites, and boils, and can also be used internally. Just think of it as a detoxifier and you are on the right track. This is their official website.

I am trying to live healthier. My family has a major medical history of just about every disease known to man, so I figure that I had better combat nature by nurturing myself.

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