29 DIY Cleaners with Just One Bottle of Thieves Household Cleaner

Thieves® Household Cleaner. You know it, you use it, and you love it. If you don’t love it yet, you will after your cleaning is transformed by its strength and versatility.

This powerful, ultra-concentrated, plant-based solution is a helpful and naturally derived chore companion—helping you clean everything from wood floors to shower doors. And the best part? It doesn’t have any of the harsh chemicals you’ve removed from your lifestyle. That’s right, you don’t have to worry about what’s in Thieves Household Cleaner. It’s perfect to use around everyone in your whole family.

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Aromatherapy to Relieve PMS Symptoms

Nearly every woman will suffer from PMS symptoms at some point in their lives, and somewhere between 3% and 10% of women suffer from severe PMS symptoms on a regular basis. These symptoms can interfere with daily life and not only make the woman miserable, but anyone around her as well.

Aromatherapy Head Lice Treatment

As school got back underway this past month, it’s also the time of year when reports of head lice in schools starts to increase. There are a number of myths that surround this very common parasitic infestation that lead to a degree of shame and misinformation as to how to treat it. Here we’ll endeavor to give you the information that you need to eliminate the infestation with as little emotional distress as possible.

Aromatherapy – Using Your Nose to Stay Healthy

Aromatherapy is a way of caring for the body by treating it with scents and this is a holistic approach of treatment of the essential oils like Rose, Lavender and Peppermint. These oils are inhaled directly or diffused indirectly in the body by adding them in baths or by massaging them in the skin.

The Perfect Bath – Using Aromatherapy Bath Oil at Home

Aromatherapy bath oil relieves stress, anxiety, tension and pain naturally. They were once considered a new-age hippy thing, but these days health professionals everywhere are agreeing that they have proven medical benefits. And you don’t have to go to a day spa to enjoy the benefits of aromatherapy bath oils; you can enjoy them right at home.

You Can Use Essential Oils For Toenail Fungus Treatment

Actually, we can use essential oils for toe nail infection. Oils have properties such as anti bacterial, anti fungal and anti viral needed for the prevention of fungi to increase. So, what are these essential oils that you can use for fungal infection?

Tea Tree Essential Oil

Tea tree is actually a shrub with medium green to yellow needlelike leaves; also known as paper bark, tea tree’s bark is papery and white. Essential oil extracted from tea tree leaves and twigs is pale yellow with a pungent, spicy, aroma, somewhat like nutmeg, and having a slight camphor odor.

Spearmint Essential Oil

Essential oil of spearmint is distilled from the pink or lilac flowers at the head of this busy herb with spear-shaped, green leaves that grow to approximately 3 feet. The pale yellow-green oil has a fresh, minty aroma, similar to peppermint but sweeter and milder.

Marjoram Essential Oil

Marjoram, a bushy herb with dark silver-green leaves, downy stem and clusters of tiny, pinkish white flowers, yields a colorless oil with a spicy, warm, woody aroma. It’s been used in perfume, ointment and as a food flavoring since the time of Ancient Egypt.

Frankincense Essential Oil

The frankincense tree grows in India and Middle Eastern and African countries, including Oman, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia. It’s milky white resin hardens into orange-brown ”tears,” which when steamed produce an essential oil with a fresh, woody, fragrance with balsamic, smokey tones.

Chamomile Essential Oil

Chamomile oil, a deep blue substance extracted from white, daisy like flowers, is a sweet, herbal aroma with a fruity, somewhat bitter undertone. When dried, the flowers are used to make highly aromatic chamomile tea, a drink commonly used to promote relaxation.

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