The Oil of a Buoyant Heart
Woo Hoo. Today’s episode is all about the use of essential oils internally and we are also talking about the oil of a buoyant heart! The use of essential oils internally is an edgy topic and this is a gentle reminder, we are not doctors, scientist, rocket scientists or even bartenders! So do your and investigation and make the choice that is right for you.
Focus on the internal use of essential oils
Important: Only use essential oils with supplemental fact labels on the package.
• Beverage (GLASS or STAINLESS STEEL ONLY)
• Cooking (GLASS or STAINLESS STEEL ONLY)
Try a couple of drops of Peppermint of oil in brownies or almost anything chocolate!
• Vaginal Insertion
• Rectal Insertion
Remember less is more.
One drop of peppermint essential oil is equal to 28 cups of peppermint tea.
Peppermint’s aromatic features: Minty, fresh, herbaceous
• Promotes healthy respiratory function and clear breathing*
• Promotes digestive health*
• Repels bugs naturally
• Promotes optimistic view point**
• Promotes feelings of relief and renewal**
• Inspires strength to face emotional pain**
Gina’s favorite use: Deep wound healer – favorite application is to drive in other oils…..especially lavender (the mother oil of healing)
Janet’s favorite use: One drop in my water bottle in the afternoon to wake me up and makes me happy.
Libations of the day:
Torini Dark Chocolate Sauce
Half and Half
Peppermint Essential Oil
Janet’s Peppermint Twist Essentialini
it reminds me of my grandma, Daisy – she always had peppermint patties for me when I visited.
1 1/2 oz chocolate vodka
2 drops dōTERRA peppermint essential oil
1/2 oz vanilla syrup
drizzle of chocolate around inside of glass rim
candy cane or peppermint patty for garnish
Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add the vodka, peppermint oil and vanilla syrup and shake well. Strain into a chilled martini glass and garnish with a candy cane or peppermint patty.
Here is the Peppermint Black Bean Brownie recipe we talked about on the pod:
Black bean brownies are a delicious and nutritious twist to a traditional chocolate brownie. You might be nervous about baking with black beans, but don't be--they have a very mild flavor and are extremely rich, creamy, and full of protein. You can also boost the flavor of your brownie with essential oils such as Peppermint, Wild Orange, Cinnamon, or even Lavender.