Simply Nahala

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Saturday, November 22, 2014

Scented Pine Cones


There is much beauty to be found outdoors that can be used for holiday decorating. Cinnamon scented pine cones are a family tradition in our home. Fortunately we live in the high desert where pine cones are abundant.

Young Living Therapeutic Grade cinnamon bark essential oil has a warm, spicy aroma of cinnamon. The aromatic influence many stimulate creativity, energy, psychic awareness, and attract wealth. It also combines really well with orange oil. Just add a few drops to a bowl of pinecones and enjoy the smell of the holidays!

Other Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil Uses:

Immune support
Cardiovascular disease
Infectious diseases
Herpes
Digestive complaints
Ulcers
Warts
Depression
How To Use:

Apply topically with carrier oil. Cinnamon bark is a fiery oil. May cause skin sensitivity.
Dietary supplement. Add 1 drop of Young Living cinnamon bark oil to your favorite milk, oatmeal, hot chocolate, or coffee. Yum!
Aromatic. Diffuse a few drops in a diffuser. Add 1-2 drops to an aroma lamp. Place 1-2 drops in your hand. Rub hands together and inhale.
Powerful antibacterial agent. Add a few drops to a wet wash rag and wipe down counters.
Celebrating The Season!
Jan



Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Products mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If you are pregnant, nursing or have a medical condition please consult your physician before using any suggested products.

Source: Essential Oils Pocket Reference (2011 5th Edition) by Life Science Publishing

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