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How to use Essential Oils to Treat Scarring

No matter how old you are, you have probably collected a few scars along the way.  Maybe from cuts, acne, pregnancy, the list goes on.  There is no magic cure for making them all disappear entirely.  However, essential oils have been known to be quite effective in reducing scarring. 

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Must-Have Essential Oils for Children

No matter how hard you work to keep your children healthy, they’re going to experience sickness or discomfort from time to time.  As parents, we always want what's best for them, and this includes keeping them healthy, grounded and happy.  So, how can essential oils help your kid?  How do you safely use essential oils around children?  What oils can you use?

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Stop Snoring with Essential Oils

Any way you look at it snoring is annoying to the non-snoring party.  Snoring can be caused by a number of reasons such as a deviated septum, receding chin, enlarged tonsils or adenoids, sleep apnea, smoking, alcohol consumption, obesity or the airway may be blocked or narrowed during sleep because the throat muscles are more relaxed.  Other reasons would also include colds, allergies, and nasal congestion. Obstructive sleep apnea is a dangerous condition that only occurs during sleep and often goes undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. Sleep apnea causes the airway to become blocked or collapse causing the breathing to completely or partially stop, and the lack of oxygen will usually lead to a loud snort which will awake the sleeper and...

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Cold Sores .... Yuck! How Essential Oils Has Helped Me!

I hate cold sores.  I mean, who doesn't?  I have been suffering from them from a very young age.  There is nothing nice about them .... they look awful, they hurt and it feels like everyone is staring! What is a cold sore or fever blister?  If you don't know, chances are you have never had one!  But here is a quick explanation of one. Cold sores or Fever Blisters are painful lesions that develop on or near the lips and are known as oral herpes. They are caused by the herpes simplex virus (either Type 1 or Type 2). They are often seen around the time of getting other viral infections that may have had a fever, but not...

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