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Hashimoto Thyroid Disease, Lyme Disease, Hormone Imbalance, Mast Cell Activation Syndrome(MACS)–My Journey Back to Health

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I had a hard time writing this; the diagnosis parts. I believe diagnosis can lead us to believe something about ourselves that impede progress in healing, and yet I know it can also be important in the formulation of your “plan of action”. I am writing it out because I hope it will help others in their pursuit of wellness.

Lyme Disease– It took years to get the diagnosis… and years to heal. Because my initial symptoms were more “gut related”, it was hard to diagnose. Once I did get the diagnosis, it was considered chronic. SO many systems were compromised.

Healing wasn’t quick or painless. It was a PROCESS. I used the Rife machine weekly. I highly recommend this book, “The Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments: Defeat Lyme Disease with the Best of Conventional and Alternative Medicine” by Bryan Rosner. It will fill you in on why I made that decision.

My Hashimoto Thyroid and Hormone Protocol- (menopause is a doozy, right?!)

In addition to levothyroxin(T4), nature thyroid (T3) and bio-identical hormone cream (est, prog test) that my doctor has me take, I use the following from Young Living:

Thyromin– $43.00 I take 2 capsules in the evening

Thyromin™ is a special blend of porcine glandular extracts, herbs, amino acids, minerals, and therapeutic-grade essential oils in a perfectly balanced formula that maximizes nutritional support for healthy thyroid function.* The thyroid gland regulates body metabolism, energy, and body temperature. This blend includes the essential oils that support the thyroid.

I believe my thyroid is waking up. I have energy at 50 like I had at 20! I can’t wait for my next lab results!

Endoflex $12.75 I put two drops on my throat daily (mid day) and one drop on my tongue.

This is the blend formulated for the endocrine system, (which I believe de-stresses the thyroid). EndoFlex Vitality essential oil uses a base of sesame seed oil . In addition to the popular Spearmint Vitality essential oil, EndoFlex Vitality oil features Sage, Geranium, Myrtle, Nutmeg, and German Chamomile to create a unique blend that supports the endocrine system.  

Progessence Plus -$38.50  I Apply 2 drops 2 times daily on neck area. I was maxed out in the amount of progesterone that could be compounded in my bio identical hormone cream. The addition of progessence plus brought my numbers into the right range!!!

Key ingredients:USP-grade progesterone (wild yam), Copaiba essential oil, Sacred Frankincense essential oil, Cedarwood essential oil, Bergamot essential oil, Peppermint essential oil, and Clove essential oil

Lemongrass– $6.25 I take 1-2 drops in water. (It is a tad bitter). Supports digestive system, has cleansing properties, helps to maintains a healthy circulatory system and encourages a healthy metabolism

Life 9 (probiotic) $29.50 –I take 1 a day. Life 9™ is a proprietary, high-potency probiotic that combines 17 billion live cultures from 9 beneficial bacteria strains that promotes healthy digestion, supports gut health, and helps maintain normal intestinal function for overall support of a healthy immune system.*

Rose oil– I put one minuscule “drop” on my heart daily. My bottle has lasted 6 months. It is the highest frequency oil. I immediately get an energy, mood boost! 

Allerzyme  (enzymes) $35.75- enzymes aid digestion. For the relief of symptoms such as fullness, pressure, bloating, gas, pain, and/or minor cramping that may occur after eating, this is a product to have on hand. I take 1 every evening.

Sulfurzyme I’m adding this product into my routine.

Inflammation is at the root of our issues. Sulfurzyme combines wolfberry with MSM, a naturally occurring organic form of dietary sulfur needed by our bodies every day to maintain the structure of proteins, protect cells and cell membranes, replenish the connections between cells, and preserve the molecular framework of connective tissue.* MSM also supports the immune system, the liver, circulation, and proper intestinal function and works to scavenge free radicals.* Wolfberries contain minerals and coenzymes that support the assimilation and metabolism of sulfur.
I use the oils from my starter kit every day. I’m constantly diffusing, putting on my hands & feet, and ingesting those in the vitality line. Lavender, Peppermint Vitality, Lemon Vitality, Copaiba Vitality, Frankincense, Thieves Vitality, Citrus Fresh, Raven, DiGize Vitality, PanAway, Stress Away

You can do a $45 membership option (to get the wholesale prices) and add on the supplements you desire. I love the premium starter kit to get a diffuser and 11 oils (most common entrance for an account) , but if you are focused on this particular health issue, this is an option.

FAQ page:

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Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MACS) is tricky. I have met many other people who have had Lyme that also deal with this. It makes me think there is a definite connection. The short story is that our immune system can “go off” and react to ANYTHING. Fragrances, foods, exertion, …the list is actually limitless. When in a flair-up, you will find me with my broccoli and oatmeal (those foods work for me). I will also take quercetin, extra vit c, black seed cumin oil, Restore (lignites).

I always take extra B12, D3 & Magnesium . My body needs more of both.

I hope this helps you formulate your plan. You are worth the effort. Hope is a worthy pursuit. Your health can improve.

Believing with you!

~Sonya

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Combat the Chlorine. Did you know?

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Until I had a reaction, I didn’t put 2 and 2 together. Chlorine in pools and hot tubs can really do a number of our health. There are 2 ways to minimize your chlorine exposure without missing out on summer fun!!

1. Dechlorinating Lotion

1/2 cup almond or olive oil
1/4 cup coconut oil
1/4 cup beeswax
2 tablespoons warm water
2 teaspoons vitamin C powder
Lavender Essential Oil (or oil of your choice)

Combine oils and beeswax in a pint sized or larger glass jar.
In another small jar or bowl, add the vitamin c powder to the warm water and stir until dissolved.
Fill a medium saucepan with a couple inches of water and place the jar with the oils inside the saucepan and turn on medium heat.
As the water heats, the ingredients in the jar will start to melt. Shake or stir occasionally to incorporate. When all ingredients are completely melted, pour into a small blender or food processor. (Keep in the jar if using an immersion blender that will fit in the top of the jar.)
With blender or food processor on, slowly add the water/vitamin C mixture until blended and emulsified.
Store in an air-tight glass jar.
Use before swimming (preferably after rinsing skin) to minimize chlorine exposure. This is purposefully a small batch since no preservatives are used and it will only last one swim season!

OR

2. (No DIY required)
Those who use sunscreen (I recommend the mineral-sunscreen-lotion) can add vitamin C powder to your sunscreen to get the benefits of chlorine reduction and sun protection at the same time.

Happy Swimming!

If you want to read the scientific study from the American Academy of Pediatrics about the impact of chlorine, you can do so here:

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Chakras and Oils

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1. Root Chakra (Muladhara) (RED)

Located at the base of spine in tailbone area, this is where our sense of security lies.

  • Use Patchouli for an enhanced sense of grounding and stability.

2. Sacral Chakra (Svadhistana) (ORANGE, LIGHT RED)

The lower abdomen, about 2 inches below the navel and 2 inches in— our creativity and sexuality.

3. Solar Plexus Chakra (Manipura) (YELLOW)

The upper abdomen, in the stomach area — our self-esteem and confidence.

  • Use Cinnamon to help heat up this power center, or peppermint to cool any excess fire in the system.

4. Heart Chakra (Anahata) (GREEN)

Located in the center of chest just above heart.

  • The scent of Neroli & Rose is related to our heart, and enhances romance and love. It is also helpful for alleviating depression and insomnia.

5. Throat Chakra (Vishudha) (BLUE)

Located in the throat — the center for self-expression.

  • Use Eucalyptus to help clear sinuses and cure a sore throat or coughing, allowing this passageway to become free and clear for self-expression.

6. Third Eye Chakra (Ajna) (INDIGO) 

At the forehead and in between the eyes is the gateway to our intuition.

  • Lavender oil is incredibly calming and great for the nervous system. We can calm the active mind with lavender to reach a higher state of consciousness.

7. Crown Chakra (Sahasrara) (VIOLET)

The very top of the head is our universal connection to beauty and spirituality.

  • Frankincense is one of the most spiritually-charged oils. It has been around for thousands of years, and brings us mental peace and clarity.
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The Dry Shampoo You Want To TRY

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Are you into the magic of dry shampoo? Yeah. It’s amazing. BUT, I’m not into chemicals that are in those sprays (I don’t need more hormone disrupt-ers?!?!) do ya feel me?!?!
So, I have a solution!!!! All natural dry shampoo. Mix:
1/4 c cornstarch
1 Tbs baking soda
2 drops ylang ylang
2 drops purification
2 drops dragon time
2 drops jasmine

Now you’re ready for fabulous feeling hair and your hormones are happier!!!
Note: if you have dark hair, you can add cocoa to make it match. My white head didn’t need that 😜

 

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DIFFERENCES AMONG VARIOUS CITRUS ESSENTIAL OILS

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Citrus Essential Oil Family

Most people love the smell of citrus.  It’s uplifting, tangy aroma just makes us happy! It smells like Sunshine!

Most citrus originated in Asia, used in Ayurvedic, Chinese and Japanese medicine for thousands of years. It made its way to Europe and Africa thanks to the Moors, in particular a man called Ziryab (black singing bird in Arabic) who was an astronomer and scientist. He was aware of the benefits of good personal hygiene, and created deodorant, toothpaste and hair shampoo using fragrant oils from citrus fruits.

Once the health benefits of citrus came to be known in Europe, sailors brought the fruits to America and the Caribbean as they explored, and incorporated the citrus into their diets, with its high levels of Vitamin C proving useful to prevent scurvy.

Today, citrus essential oils are some of the most widely used worldwide. Most citrus essential oils are extracted from the peel that contains the aromatic essential oil, and most citrus oils are extracted by cold-pressing rather than steam-distilled like most other essential oils.

Which essential oils belong to the Citrus Family?

Bergamot, Orange, Citronella, Lemon, Lemongrass, Lime, Neroli, Grapefruit and Tangerine essential oils.

What do the Different Citrus Essential Oils have in Common?

Citrus essential oils have many properties and benefits in common, such as:

  • Skin: beneficial for anti-aging, acne, oily or dull skin, dermatitis, scars and stretch marks.
  • Insects: repel insects and treat the itching and inflammation from bites and stings.
  • Antioxidant: support the immune system, to fight colds and flu virus, bronchitis and fevers.
  • Digestive system: relieve diarrhea, constipation, and gas. Stimulate organs to work smoothly.
  • Circulatory system: stimulate function of organs, help detox the body.
  • Infections: they are antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and disinfectant.
  • Sedative and calming: relax muscles, arthritis and rheumatism, reduce stress and anxiety and promote peaceful feelings.
  • Energizing: Uplifting energy, promote happy, positive feelings.

How Do Citrus Oils Differ?

Although overall citrus oils have very similar properties, some are stronger, or are more effective at relieving certain symptoms or conditions than others. Here are some of the ways:

Bergamot: is the essence flavor in Earl Grey tea. It calms and restores your energy. Bergamot essential oil has a light citrus aroma, which makes it a great oil to help you get going in the morning or refresh your kitchen before dinner. The peel of the yellow-green, orange-shaped fruit is cold pressed to create the pure Young Living Bergamot oil found in homes around the world. Bergamot’s aroma is tart yet sweet and uplifting yet relaxing, making it a popular oil in perfumes, cosmetics, and lotions. In addition to its scent, Bergamot has attracted attention for its cleansing properties, and it’s often used as a luxurious ingredient in shampoos, soaps, and cleansers. You can also find Bergamot oil in Young Living blends such as Joy™Harmony™, and Acceptance™.Bergamot Vitality™ essential oil has a fresh, complex citrus taste that makes it the perfect addition to many summer dishes. With a distinctly tart finish, it can also liven up sugarless baked goods. The taste of the Bergamot Vitality is somewhere between a sour orange and lemon, making it a distinctive, zesty addition to seafood recipes.

Alpha Pinene and Limonene found in Bergamot are known for their anti-depressant and stimulant properties—abundant in bergamot oil. These naturally rich components are known to improve circulation, thus giving a sense of freshness and energy.

Bergamot is known to inhibit the enzyme HMG-CoA reductase, which helps in reducing LDL i.e. bad cholesterol and also dilates the blood vessels, thus helping in lowering the blood pressure! Heart healthy!

Orange: Orange (Citrus aurantium dulcis) essential oil has a sweet, bright aroma reminiscent of a blossoming orchard of orange trees. Start your day with an uplifting burst of liquid sunshine by diffusing Orange as you get ready in the morning (or drinking a few drops in your water. You can fill any space with a sense of peace, harmony, and creativity. Orange is delightful on its own, or you can combine it with complementary oils such as Grapefruit, Cinnamon, Neroli, and Patchouli.

Citronella: is well known for it’s insect repellant properties. Among its many other properties it’s an antibacterial and antiseptic.

Citronella oil is steam distilled from the leafy parts of the citronella plant, also known as Cymbopogon nardus. Thanks to its fresh, welcoming aroma, Citronella essential oil is a common element in perfumes and cosmetic products and is well known for its use in outdoor candles, sprays, lotions, and other camping and outdoor essentials.

As a relative of Lemongrass, Citronella has a slight citrus scent that provides a pleasant and inviting experience whenever it’s used. Its versatility makes it a great household product to add to your beauty routine or to refresh indoor and outdoor spaces.

Lemon: brings both low blood pressure and high blood pressure into normal balance.Lemon essential oil is cold-pressed from the rinds of lemons, giving its aroma all the brightness of the freshly picked fruit. Cheerful, sweet, and nostalgic, Lemon oil can eliminate odors and infuse your whole home with its clean, lemon-drop scent when diffused.With its bright and joyful aroma, Lemon oil benefits skin and hair as much as its aroma benefits your environment. Your teens can add a drop to their evening moisturizer to reduce the appearance of blemishes, while you can add it to your conditioner for an aromatic treat that smoothes and shines the look of your hair. Because some citrus oils like Lemon can cause photosensitivity, avoid applying to exposed skin before spending time outside.This oil is a key ingredient in many hair and skin care products, Thieves® cleaning products, and essential oil blends such as Thieves®, Citrus Fresh™, Clarity™, Joy™ and Harmony™.

Lemon Vitality essential oil has a zesty, citrus flavor that is perfect to add to savory or sweet dishes, making it a must-have in any kitchen. Lemon trees are small evergreens that are thought to have first grown in northeast India. Once the fruit is
picked, the oil is distilled by cold pressing the rinds of the lemon. It takes approximately 25 lemons to create one 5-ml bottle of Lemon Vitality essential oil.
Lemon Vitality is a key ingredient in Thieves®, NingXia Red®, and Inner Defense

Lemongrass: has a light and fresh lemony smell. It is stimulating, relaxing, soothing, and balancing.Lemongrass Vitality™ essential oil (Cymbopogon flexuosus) not only invigorates senses with its bright, lemony scent, but it can also support wellness when taken as a dietary supplement in a gel capsule or as an addition to drinks.The delicate citrus flavor of Lemongrass Vitality oil complements many dishes—especially Asian recipes—and can be incorporated into your seasonings for meals in various cuisines. To keep hydrated while enjoying the benefits of Lemongrass Vitality, add a couple of drops to a glass of water or a hot cup of complementing tea for a zip of flavor.Lemongrass Vitality™ essential oil is a powerful ingredient in the DiGize™ essential oil blend, Essentialzymes-4™ supplement, and MultiGreens™ capsules. You will find Lemongrass in  En-R-Gee™Ortho Ease® Massage Oil, and Ortho Sport® Massage Oil

Lime: powerful for skin care, especially for treating acne, fading scars and stretch marks. If you’re feeling uninspired, try diffusing Lime oil for a bright, refreshing aroma that may clear a path to greater creativity. This quality also makes Lime a great choice for diffusing in classrooms and children’s play areas. Lime can also support radiant skin! Try adding a couple of drops to your favorite nighttime moisturizer for healthier-looking skin.

Young Living Lime Vitality oil is versatile and concentrated, making it an important ingredient in one of our most popular blends, Stress Away™. Whether you’re stirring it into drinks for a bright burst of flavor or giving your food a little extra citrus zip, Lime Vitality essential oil is a welcome kick of summer that you can enjoy year-round.

Neroli: Most potent aroma, with floral notes, wonderful for fragrances and aromatherapy. Extracted from orange blossoms, Neroli has a citrusy, floral scent. In ancient times, it was highly regarded for its uplifting aroma.

Grapefruit: Highly effective for obesity, water retention and stimulates digestion.It has a reputation for aiding in cleansing and detoxifying your body while also acting as a diuretic.  It also supports a healthy cardiovascular system and when used on the skin it helps to combat the natural effects of aging, such as loss of toning.  It is believed to help reduce anxiety as well as and boost natural immunity.  When combined with a healthy diet and exercise, grapefruit taken internally can help support your weight management plan.Many essential oil enthusiasts believe that grapefruit essential oil helps burn excess fat during weight loss and both apply it diluted directly to the areas of concern and mixing a drop with drinking water or a similar beverage.  It can be diluted and applied to your skin for a smooth, healthy looking glow.  Grapefruit essential oil can be combined with other essential oils to create a skin-toning massage oil or sugar scrub.

Tangerine: Best for calming children and teens, especially for naps and bedtime. Tangerine essential oil (Citrus reticulata) is extracted by cold pressing the rind of the tangerine fruit. Tangerines, which are part of the Rutaceae family, likely originated in Southeast Asia and have since spread to subtropical areas around the world. Like the fresh citrus fruit, Tangerine oil is loved by children and adults alike, with its delightfully sweet aroma that can create a happy, contented mindset.

Because of its appealing aroma, Tangerine oil uses include a wealth of topical and aromatic applications. Use its cleansing benefits in your morning skin care routine for an added boost or apply it to your temples before study time or meditation. Its fragrant, calming aroma also makes it an important part of Young Living favorites such as Peace & Calming®Joy™, and Citrus Fresh™.

It fine-tunes metabolic functions such as decomposition of food and absorption of nutrients by toning up the liver, stomach, and intestines. It also helps in growth and adds to strength; ensures proper excretion; promotes secretions of the endocrine system and also tones up the nervous system to keep you alert and active.  It boosts the immune system.

You might enjoy the combination of the blend Citrus Fresh (Orange, Grapefruit, Mandarin, Tangerine, and Lemon oils with a shot of Spearmint) It’s delicious! You can read more about it HERE

TIP: Many citrus essential oils can cause phototoxicity if you have prolonged exposure to UV Rays within 12-18 hours of using the essential oil. Phototoxicity means an inflammation-causing reaction that leaves skin sunburned, reddened, and even blistered. So either wait until you come back inside to use your citrus oils topically, or be sure to dilute them with coconut, sweet almond or jojoba oil, and use YL mineral sunscreen.

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Essential Oils for Creativity?

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Did you know that essential oils can help foster and ignite your creativity?

Because essential oils can evaporate quickly, their molecules are easily inhaled and then used by our brains through our sense of smell. This creates triggers that can profoundly affect our emotions and mood. YAY!!

As you begin to use specific oils as a part of your daily creative practice, your brain will identify them as triggers and know that it’s time to settle in and create. It’s also wonderful for children as they explore and learn.

I use Young Living Certified Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils because the Seed to Seal is the set of standards that helps ensure that with every pure essential oil product my family uses, I’m enjoying the benefits of global resources, industry leadership, and over two decades of innovation. The result is a pristine final product that I know has been created with conscientious Sourcing, Science, and Standards—the three pillars of Seed to Seal.

Now, what oils help to usher in joy, calm, communication, vision, confidence & concentration? Here are some of my creative favorites.

1. TANGERINE: THE OIL OF JOY

The bright, citrusy scent of tangerine can lift the darkest of moods and bring qualities of playfulness and cheer to our creative work.

Tangerine helps break through and get to work with a child-like sense of purpose and help you tap into an abundant pool of creative energy that is already within you, just waiting to be released.

  • To boost creative energy and uplift your mood, place one to two drops in the palm of your hand, rub them together and cup them over the nose and mouth for 30 seconds.
  • Apply to wrists or abdomen to promote feelings of happiness.
  • Drink Tangerine Vitality oil in your water for happy citrus summer fun!

2. FRANKINCENSE: THE OIL OF CALM

The soft, spicy scent of frankincense is a tonic for our nervous system, calming and soothing the whole body and mind. This is a gentle, nurturing oil that helps us feel cared for and guided to be our clearest, best creative self.

  • Apply this essential oil to the bottoms of the feet to promote feelings of relaxation and to balance your mood.
  • Diffuse frankincense during your creative practice to focus your intention and to evoke feelings of peace and satisfaction.

3. LAVENDER: THE OIL OF COMMUNICATION

Lavender essential oil cannot be beat for aiding our ability for expression. It calms the insecurities that sometimes surface when we are beginning a new project or exploring new ideas. It can reduce anxious feelings. It’s like a swiss army knife in all of the ways it supports positive, relaxing energy!

  • Diffuse lavender to promote feelings of calm.
  • Keep a small bottle of lavender oil and water to mist your face and bring an instant sense of well-being and clarity.

4. CLARY SAGE: THE OIL OF VISION

This lovely oil can help change our perceptions, dispelling our limiting beliefs about our work and opening our hearts and minds to new possibilities. It can inspire us to rely more on our intuition and expand our horizons.

Clary Sage is one of the most relaxing, soothing and balancing essential oils, creating a restful environment while reducing feelings of stress and anxiety.

  • Diffuse this essential oil while you work to synergistically soothe and calm the nervous system, allowing for more clarity in your creative practice.
  • Apply one to two drops of clary sage oil to the bottoms of the feet or to the pulse points before you begin your work.

5. JASMINE: THE OIL OF CONFIDENCE

The most feminine of the oils, jasmine brings a gentle sense of euphoria to the mind, body and spirit. When we feel elated, we feel more confident and ready to tackle even our biggest projects. Many perfumes have notes of Jasmine, for good reason.

  • Diffuse this oil to evoke feelings of joy, peace and self-confidence.
  • Rub a drop onto your third eye (the space between the eyebrows) for a spacious feeling of optimism. It’s wonderful for the skin, too!

6. PEPPERMINT: THE OIL OF CONCENTRATION

Nothing wakes me up like a drop of peppermint oil rubbed onto the back of my neck or onto my temples. And side note: it’s a great cool down for those menopausal hot flashes! This bright, minty oil brings a sense of joy and buoyancy to the heart and soul, helping us to let go of inhibitions and really concentrate on the task at hand. It invigorates the mind and spirit while also helping us to breathe in more clean, clear inspiration.

  • Inhale peppermint oil straight from the bottle for a non-stimulant, invigorating pick-me up during long work sessions.
  • Rub on temples before you work for an energy boost.
  • Diffuse when feeling fatigued or low on energy and really need a boost for your concentration.
  • Drink one drop of Peppermint Vitality in your water for instant refresher!

 

These are single oils, but I also love to incorporate synergistic blends like Joy, Clarity, Hope, Abundance, Dream Catcher…

the possibilities are endless.

Want to know more about Essential Oils? Click HERE

 

 

Always check with your health practitioner about using essential oils if you are under a physicians care, pregnant, or nursing a baby. You can dilute an essential oil with a carrier oil, such as sweet almond oil, if you are applying it topically to the skin. There is no need to dilute if you are using your oils in a diffuser.
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my mother’s hand

 

IMG_9183my mother’s hand…

so beautifully and instinctively looks for the blooms; the beauty; the heart of another.

as I snapped the photo of the flowers at the market, she was walking and speaking, “look at the beauty”.

I do see the beauty momma! Yes, the flowers are breathtaking, but more than anything, I marvel at your hand in reach, your heart always in motion, your soul aflame with color!

the same hand that soothes, cooks, nurtures and caresses, in one split second becomes goddess-like and leads the way in my world.

I so love you, momma!

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Tis the season to…sniff and sneeze!

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A L L E R G I E S

It’s the season with glorious beauty but also itchy eyes, sneezing and frustration. 🤥
Tree pollen.
Grass pollen.
Weed pollen.
They are each my nemesis.

I’m at my little “work space” (aka RV table) diffusing lavender, lemon, & peppermint. 💐🍋🍃

I take black seed cumin oil, vit C and quercetin. I drink nettle and holy basil tea which have natural antihistamine properties. Add in Probiotics & enzymes (allerzyme) for extra support.

If all else fails, I’ll fly myself to a beach. Maybe that should be step #1 😜

What are your secrets to survive the season?

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What is YOUR frequency?

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Maybe I’m a nerd at heart. I’m so fascinated (somewhat obsessed) with learning about frequencies. 🌞💫🔥 It all began with my Lyme disease battle and using the RIFE (energy frequencies) treatment that obliterated the Lyme bacteria.
You see, EVERYTHING in the universe is made of energy that vibrates at different frequency levels. Even seemingly solid objects like a rock, a glass, bacteria and even our physical body is now understood by scientists to be made up of constantly moving energy that is organized by waveforms and frequencies. Even further investigation shows that each body system resonates optimally at 55MHz or higher.
 
The rate of frequency we (or an object) vibrates is called our vibration.The human body resonates at a frequency of 62-78 MHz. The natural state of being is high vibration… But factors like negative thoughts, processed foods, and environmental toxins cause vibration to drop.
Hmmmm, this begs the question, “how can I RAISE my frequency?” And the answer is one you probably already know. It’s laughter, fresh air, prayer & meditation, positive thoughts, being in nature, eating plants, using essential oils from plants. All of these raise frequency. Plants are designed to interact with our bodies to stabilize and support. Essential oils are POWERFUL tools to raise the frequency of our body. 
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It’s no wonder I feel a physical energy boost; a balance of emotional support when I put a drop of rose oil on my heart.(And I do it every day).  It’s the highest frequency at 320 MHz! Essential oils balance the body, awaken the mind, and enlighten the spirit! They also create an environment in the body where bacteria, viruses, fungus and diseases cannot survive! It’s the reason I also use supplements infused with the highest quality essential oils. Herbs, vitamins and mineral that are formulated with essential oils are received much easier in the body. Our body knows the plant source. 
I love having options to raise my frequency. Energy begets energy. Essential oils are part of my every day health routine. 
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