Too often, people look into cosmetic surgery to enhance their beauty or to look more youthful but in many cases nature can do the job best. For instance, sweet almond oil which is extracted from the dried kernels of sweet almonds, naturally hydrates the skin which gives the skin a beautiful glow. Sweet almond oil is often used by licensed massage therapists to soften the skin, and even combined with other products to create unique skin aids. In addition, sweet almond oil can be used as a substitute for olive oil while cooking and it can be frozen for a nuttier taste. In return, olive oil is typically used for cooking, but it can be used as a healthy alternative for natural skin care.
Another essential oil with great benefits is lavender oil. This oil is known for being a natural calming remedy for babies and adults alike, the aroma that it produces naturally relaxes the mind and body. This is one of the many ways lavender oil can be used, it also prevents bacteria growth that accumulates on the skin, hence it helps to prevent acne breakouts. In addition, it is used to help skin heal without scarring from acne, burns, eczema, and other that cause the skin to scar. Lavender oil is also used to naturally cure headaches, earache, menstrual cramps, insomnia and fatigue. While cleaning, use lavender oil to remove hard to mask odors caused by bacteria, and also drop only two or three drops into laundry to kill bacteria. It’s great to use on linens and pajamas, after all it is used to prevent insomnia. Lavender oil is definitely worth having in the home, there are countless ways to use it.
Tea tree oil is a great essential oil for so many medical purposes, it definitely deserves a top spot in the medicine cabinet. It can be used to prevent cold and flu symptoms, along with respiratory issues. A few drops in a vaporizer, bath water or on the chest area will work miracles. Tea tree oil is also used to cease toothaches, treat acne, heal sunburn, kill lice, kill fungus causing yeast infections, strong body odors and athletes foot. Needless to say, tea tree oil is a great way to cure many health mishaps naturally.
Essential oils are necessary in every home if you desire to live a healthy natural lifestyle. For a wide variety of essential oils, click here and start living healthier today.
- Amanda McRae
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Those summertime fruit cravings are at an all time high, Jarritos is here to quench the thirst! With 11 different flavors (several directly from fruit trees in Mexico), the choices are anything but limited. Jarritos was introduced by Mexico as the first National soft drink in 1950. 62 years later, the soda’s are still made with the same natural ingredients and they still come in a glass bottle!
The natural sweet taste of the pineapple flavored Jarritos pop will have you craving more, it simply tastes like pineapples with fizz. Nothing more, nothing less just sweet deliciousness. The unique mango flavor quenches your thirst like no other, it’s a smooth sweet natural soda, perfect for the hottest days of the summer. You haven’t experienced real fruit punch until you taste Jarritos, its bold fruity taste will have your taste buds dancing. The Jarritos Grapefruit soda is by far the best, it has the original tangy taste of a true grapefruit and the sweetness is delicious. Oh and the Lime tastes like fresh squeezed limes, needless to say it’s the last time you will mix your tequila with anything else.
Jarritos is so popular and loved that people often base the theme of their party or fiesta off of the brand and the colors. Kids parties, summer cookouts, engagement parties and more! Yes, it’s that serious it makes the summer colorful, playful and fun. The taste is just as bold as the colors, imagine your favorite Mexican fruit in a glass bottle, there you have it, Jarritos simply the best!
- Amanda McRae
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Of course praying when you wake, when you go to sleep and before meals is routine; but do you have a small praying sanctuary at home? When you need a special place for your personal prayers to God’s ears, you can concentrate, humbly speak to God with a clear conscious, and understand the difference between a routine praise and a special prayer.
A prayer corner doesn’t have to be an entire room, or a large area, it just needs to be somewhere that you can personally go to when you are in need of quiet humbling prayer. A small area in your living room such as an unused corner near a bookcase, a small area in your kitchen, beside your nightstand or dresser in your bedroom or another specific location in your home that you decide on. Typically this is a place where you can place religious candles, statues and your bible and of course these items are easily put away after your prayer if you wish to store them while not in use. If you create a peaceful and religious atmosphere in your special area, you can feel the positive energy of angels surrounding you. This is a great way to start your week!
If you feel the need to pray for protection against the evils of the world, say the prayer to Saint Michael the Archangel, the statue of Saint Michael is perfect and the religious candle is great, this is preferred whenever praying in your personal sanctuary.
Here is the prayer to Saint Michael the Archangel:
St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle. Be our defense against the wickedness and snares of the Devil. May God rebuke him, we humbly pray, and do thou O Prince of the heavenly hosts, by the power of God, thrust into hell Satan, and all the evil spirits who prowl about the world seeking the ruins of souls. Amen.
Have a wonderful week, and seriously think about designating a small prayer corner. You’ll love it!
- Amanda McRae
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