I do enjoy the smell of citronella and use it instead of those toxic bug sprays out there when I need an insect repellent.
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Essential Oils in the Bible
Amazed at all the references of essential oils in the Bible.
Ginger-Did You Know?
Did you know Ginger is the oil of empowerment? It teaches that to be successful in life you must be totally committed to it. Ginger addresses extreme patterns of victim mentality or way of thinking. The victim may also feel stuck, as they transfer or disown responsibility and blame others for their misfortunes.
Ginger is indigenous to Southern China from where it is spread to the Spice islands and other parts of Asia, and subsequently to West Africa and to the Caribbean. Ginger appeared in Europe via India, in the 1st century CE as a result of the lucrative spice trade?
In China, it is strongly believed that ginger boosts and strengthens your heart health. Many people use ginger oil as a measure to prevent various heart conditions. Preliminary research has indicated that ginger may be helpful in reducing cholesterol levels and preventing blood clots. With reduced cholesterol levels and blood clotting, the chance of blood vessel blockage decreases, thereby reducing the incidences of heart attacks and strokes.
How to Use Essential Oil: Cinnamon Bark
Cinnamon is the oil of sexual harmony. It helps with sexual issues, also supporting the reproductive system.
How to Use Essential Oils: Cilantro
I love using cilantro essential oil in my guacamole. A toothpick dipped in cilantro is all you need, a drop is too much.
I love food a lot, however I can see the wisdom in this advise.
Favorite Memories of My Children
Starting with Rick, he is kind, funny, and hard working. Rick has taken his role as the oldest very seriously. Rick is a self motivated person. School always came easy to Rick. I never remember him having much homework. He completed 99% of his work in class. One of my favorite memories with Rick is watching him play Junior Jazz basketball. He wasn’t the best player on the team, but he was the best 6th man any team could have. Rick is a team player and was the deciding factor for many of the team wins. I also loved going one on one with Rick to see the Jazz basketball team play every year. Rick is very dedicated to his family.
Stephanie is lots of fun and very social. She loves to laugh and has a charming personality. Stephanie is very spontaneous and happy. I remember going to the store where Stephanie would join me for a little adventure. Many times we would skip through the parking lot or dance all the way inside the store. These moments are still magical when thinking back to simpler times. I was always so proud to see Stephanie dance with a group of girls until she graduated from High School. Stephanie has a passion for helping others and has a big heart.
Nathan can be a free spirit and refuses to beat to a certain drum. Nathan has a delightful outlook on life that is full of adventure. At first glance, Nathan is quiet and thoughtful. He is not to be taken lightly and knows how to stand his own ground. Nathan is a hard worker that takes his role as a father seriously. Even though Nathan lives with his family in Texas, you wouldn’t know it, because he visits often with his family. He and his family call us regularly on the phone. One of my favorite things I enjoy doing is playing Nathan chess. Winning against him is rare.
Daniel is very creative and adventurous. Daniel refuses to fit into any mold. He loves any excuse to explore the world. He was in High school when he went to Europe for the first time with his French class. Daniel was invited to Fiji knowing only one person. He went by himself. In the month of November he decided to go camping in Canada with his cousin Joseph. I remember going snowshoeing in a blizzard and loving every minute of it. Daniel is easy to talk to and is an open book. What you see is what you get.
Jessie is so fun, kind, and helpful; she has a wonderful laugh. Jessie has a gift with small children. If you want to know where Jessie is look for the kids and you will find her with them. Jessie loves being helpful. Jessie is like me when it comes to shopping. Find what you need, and then get out. She is a great shopper and knows how to find deals. Jessie also loves a clean house and is great at deep cleaning. I love playing games with Jessie. She makes the game more fun with happy laughter.
I had the opportunity of teaching all five kids how to drive. Sometimes I needed to have nerves of steel, but overall I cherished the time I spent with all my children driving. Every child was required to drive 40 hours with a parent. I loved this time I had one on one with each of them. I had each child drive to Wendover, Nevada, because it was a long straight stretch of road where we could get 4 hours of drive time in. Being a part of each child’s driving milestone is a memory I will always cherish. I feel blessed to have wonderful memories with each of my children.
The Slippery Slope
The slippery slope of prescription drugs with their harmful side effects can be hard to recover from.
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How to Use Essential Oils: Cedarwood
Cedarwood reminds me of being a child and wandering through the Utah, desert as a Boy Scout, many found memories. The smell of burning cedarwood on a camp fire is wonderful.
Geranium-Did You Know
Did you know Geranium is the oil of love, and trust? Geranium brings back the confidence, and the genuine goodness of others, and in the world. It helps bring about trust easier when a person has lost trust in others due to challenging life altering events. Geranium gives support with emotional honesty, love, and forgiveness when there has been a loss of trust with relationships.
Geraniums were discovered in South Africa, the first geranium plants quickly gained acceptance in England in the 17th century. But it wasn’t until Thomas Jefferson shipped the plant from France to America in 1786 that the plant gained popularity in American gardens.
Geranium essential oil is well-known for its deep positive effects on various skin disorders like acne, rashes, eczema, dermatitis, fungal infections, etc. The best thing about the Geranium essential oil is that it is a cicatrisant which means this oil has the ability to address wound issues. So, it can help scars fade away gradually and make our skin flawless.
The Geranium essential oil is a natural cleanser. It can be used directly onto the skin for cleaning or added to the water for bathing. You can have healthy radiant skin both ways. The astringent properties of geranium are also very beneficial for our skin. Our muscle contractions get significantly boosted with these. Consequently, we get a firm and toned look.