First Aid – A Healthy Tuesday Tip

We use 100% pure therapeutic grade essential oils for our natural medicine chest. I have always been wary of using over the counter drugs and even prescription drugs due to having grown up with family members who have been addicted to alcohol. You could say that I have gone to the extreme of what I witnessed growing up – to me that is a good thing – but my desire is to use a natural remedy that doesn’t have any side affects! And having the right essential oils on hand when a first-aid situation arises is a must in our home. Below are some suggestions on what oil to use when. For detaild uses of the oils mentioned, please refer to the Essential Oils Desk Reference book, which is available on Amazon or EssentialScience.net

Cuts – Melrose, DiGize, Purification

Puncture wounds
– Thieves, Melrose,Purifications, Mt. Savory

Scrapes
– Melrose, Purification, DiGize, Lavender

Burns – Lavender, Idaho Balsam, Frankincense

Blister – Lavender, Palo Santo, Frankincense

Bleeding
- Helichrysum, Tsuga – DO NOT use Cistus with a bleeding wound

Bruises – Lavender, Deep Relief, Cistus

Broken bones – hospital, Idaho Balsam nearest joint, PanAway nearest joint

Sprains – Marjoram, PanAway, Lemongrass, Aroma Siez

Food Poisoning - DiGize, Peppermint, Thieves, Mt. Savory

Oils to have on hand:

Lavender – burns, cramps, headaches, stye on eye

Frankincense – head injury, trauma, tonsillitis, emotional release

Tsuga – stop bleeding, cystitis, uterine prolapse, gingivitis, wounds, mouth sores

DiGize – nausea, morning sickness, constipation, antiseptic for cuts, diarrhea, vomiting

Melrose – cuts, scrapes, ear aches, abrasions, candida, canker sores, rashes (staph), airplane ear popping

Basil
– anti-spasmodic (back muscles, eye twitch), bug bites, nervous tension, malaria, poisonous snake bites

Deep Relief
– muscles aches, headaches, pain

Breathe Again
- couch, congestion, respiratory, asthma

Ravensara – virus, RSV, flu, colds, chest

Thieves
– strep, gums, tooth abcess, dog bite, splinters

Thyme – West Nile, virus, sleep, athletes foot, fungal

RC – expectorant, allergies

Ledum – diarrhea, lymph glands, ears

Cistus – regenerate tissue, blood clots, heart health

Mt. Savory – like oregano but not hot

There’s just a few of the above oils that we have not used yet, but the rest we wouldn’t do without.

Don’t expect the same results unless you are using Young Living Therapeutic Grade essential oils and supplements. Also, each person is different so they may not work as well for you as it does for others, so try another oil or supplement that might work better for you.

Essential oil testimonials are an effective way of learning and sharing. With this knowledge, We can take control of our own personal health. However, we are required by law to state:

“These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Products and Techniques mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Information provided here is in no way intended to replace proper medical help. Consult with the health authorities of your choice.”

Copyright © 2011, Cornucopia Health Scents, All rights reserved.

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8 comments

  1. Jennifer says:

    wow, I didnt know you could use so many natural things. thanks

  2. Laurie says:

    I will have to give some of these a try.

  3. I think it’s incredible that they have natural things that cure or help things rather than popping a pill. I’m all for natural

  4. I’ve never tried oils before.

  5. Donna says:

    I like using natural alternatives when I can. Thanks for sharing!

  6. I had never thought of using a lot of those. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Courtney says:

    I love Natural Oils Frankincense is amazing.

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