Weekly Drop of Wisdom ~ Essential Oil Uses

Due to continual research being done on essential oils, more application methods are being developed. The three methods dōTERRA recommends for using essential oils is aromatically, topically, and internally. Essential oils have a powerful effect on the limbic system when used aromatically. Topical application is commonly used on specific target areas for qui...

3 Ways to Use Microgreens That Rock

I absolutely love microgreens! It's that time of year! We are headed into Memorial Day weekend, farmers markets are starting to get into full swing, and we will be craving lighter fresher foods. For years we would harvest our own from garden thinning, but more recently we get them from our local garden store Milaegers, who has a forward thinking owner tha...

Weekly Drop of Wisdom ~ Peppermint

As the summer season starts rolling, our schedules tend to get even busier with the kids out of school. Whether you’re continually running them to a friends house, sports practice, birthday parties, or running errands to capitalize on summer sales, dōTERRA Peppermint is your perfect pick me up! Add one drop of Peppermint with a cut fruit like strawberr...

What is an IRAH & Why You Should Begin Planning It Today

You’ve heard of an IRA, but have you heard of an IRAH? An IRAH is your Individual Retirement Account for Health. Think about it: all the money and prudent planning in the world can’t help someone who has not invested in his health. As you grow older and navigate your Prime-Time, there is no better way to ensure you can enjoy the years ahead than by taking ca...

Weekly Drop of Wisdom~ Essential OIls for Sleep

Diffuse calming essential oils, such as Lavender or Bergamot, before bedtime to create a relaxing atmosphere. dōTERRA Balance, Breathe, Cilantro, Clary Sage, Melissa, Sandalwood, dōTERRA Serenity, Thyme, and Roman Chamomile, are all great oils to diffused to promote peacefulness. Alternately, they can also be taken internally to soothe your body and improve ...

Forage Your Supper

I love this time of year on the farm! Well, I guess the whole growing season pretty much rocks, but the first signs of life can be so sustaining. We have foraged dandelions, nettles, ramps and mushrooms for years. This year I read that you could consume hosta's! What!? I was shocked, and excited. In Japan hosta's are called "Urui" and ...