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Black Cumin Oil, Some Uses

The seeds of Black Cumin also have a long history of use as a spice and as a medicinal herb. The Prophet Mohammed is purported to have said Black Cumin cures every illness except death. The essential oil is distilled from the fresh seeds. The uses are many for this oil. It can be used to help treat diabetes, used ... Read More »

Essential Oil Hair Care: Dandruff

Who likes dandruff? Yeah. I don’t either. It’s pretty annoying. This is the next installment in our Essential Oil Hair Care series. What is dandruff Skin cells die every day. They flake off on their own and that is normal. However, when your scalp flakes off excessive amounts of dead skin cells, it is called dandruff. There are two types ... Read More »

Natural Men’s Care: Dandruff

Quick: Name 5 situations where having dandruff is attractive. Go! ………………………….. …………………………. ………………………….. Think of any? Neither did I. Whether you are out to dinner, in a job interview, or in an elevator with total strangers, dandruff sneaks up on you and before you know it,  it is collecting like a winter’s first dusting of snow on your dark suited ... Read More »

Essential Oil Hair Care: Dry and Damaged Hair

In all my research and all the questions I have asked and have been asked while putting together the Essential Oil Hair Care series, I think dry and damaged hair is the most common hair issue facing people today. (The second is dandruff.) Dry hair is caused by so many things. Some of it could be genetic but it is ... Read More »

Treating Migraines with Essential OIls

Migraines are the most debilitating kind of headache possible. They are so much more than a bad headache. If you have never had one, I hope you never do. But for those of us who do suffer from them, I commiserate with you. They are awful. FYI: There is a migraine awareness group, M.A.G.N.U.M., that you may find helpful. A ... Read More »

Using Essential Oils to Treat Poison Ivy, Sumac, and Oak Rash

“Leaves of three, let them be.” Easy to remember and every time we get hit with a rash we feel silly because we knew better. Sigh. But there are things you can do to heal the rash quickly. And if you are going on a camping trip, there are a few essential oil recipes down below that would be great ... Read More »

Mountain Savory Oil, Some Uses

The plant has been used as a culinary herb for centuries, most often as a digestive remedy. Mountain Savory (Satureja montana) oil has a clear, yellow look to it and the scent is a bit like a mixture chrysanthemums and juniper trees. It has a slight medicinal aroma to it and makes you think of a good bar of old-fashioned soap. Aromatic ... Read More »

Dill Seed Oil, Some Uses

Early Americans would chew dill seeds during church to inhibit their appetite. (7) Dill Seed oil (Anethum graveolens) is often used for digestive issues as well as for colic in babies. And there is only one way to describe the scent. It smells exactly like pickles! Aromatic influences: Calms stomach. Reduces stress and promotes restful sleep. Clears the mind and sharpens ... Read More »

Video: How to make your own Zeolite toothpaste

I came upon the blog page Organic Garden Life & Organic Uprising  from Facebook and have found it very interesting. The author, Amber,  gives ways she uses essential oils and organic plants to make her life better. Here is a video on how to make your own zeolite toothpaste that she gave us permission to share on here. Be sure to ... Read More »

Vitex Berry Oil, Some Uses

Vitex Berry  (Vitex Agnes castus)is also known as Agnus Castus, which means “chaste lamb,” in reference to the ancient use of the herb to encourage sexual abstinence in monks leading a religious life.  This is THE oil to use to balance progesterone-estrogen hormones in women. “Unlike any other oil, it actually improves progesterone levels, or more correctly it creates proper ... Read More »