CBD 101: Talking With Your Physician About CBD | Young Living Essential Oils

Dr. Call provides some great insight on how to approach the subject of CBD with your doctor in this week’s episode of CBD 101.

At Young Living, we’ve worked hard to develop the best possible farming practices and quality assurance system so our CBD products are pure, potent, and effective. That said, we know that any time you add a new wellness product to your routine, it’s a great idea to speak with your doctor. And CBD is no exception!

Unfortunately, misunderstandings about the cannabis plant can make some people uncomfortable discussing CBD with their medical professional. If you fall into that category—or if you’re just not sure where to start the conversation—don’t worry! We have you covered. Here’s your guide to talking to your doctor about CBD!

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Health and Fitness – Aromatherapy, Is It Real?

Humans have five senses, and smell is one of them. If you ask people if they had to choose losing any of their five senses, generally they will pick smell. In the modern era we don’t use the sense of smell as much as we used to, it is not necessarily a survival mechanism. However, you probably don’t realize how many times you smell your food before you eat it, but this is an evolutionary process and if it doesn’t smell right you know there’s something wrong. But how do you know?

Fragrance and Chemical Sensitivity

People are becoming more familiar with the term, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity but many don’t understand what it really is or realize that we are all at risk of developing it. In essence, MCS is the body’s natural, allergic reaction following exposure to a variety of chemicals and toxins.

Aromatherapy Through the Ancient Civilisations

In early times plant essential oil properties were known, but not well understood, and the effects were often attributed to spiritual reasoning. Early civilizations discovered the benefits of these herbs, and incorporated them into rituals with religious belief. Aromatherapy is the inherited use of many of the same essential oils from ancient civilisations.

Mother Nature’s Indoor Air Solution – An Essential Oil Diffuser

Pollution is one of the environmental concerns of people all around the world; land pollution, air pollution, and water pollution are current problems. It is important that you do your share in combating these different kinds of pollution to live a longer happier life. Mother Nature’s answer to indoor air pollution is essential oils. But to benefit from these essential oils, we need an essential oil diffuser.

How Bath Oils Can Soothe a New Mom During Pregnancy

Pregnancy is certainly one of the more amazing experiences that a woman can have. However, the physical and hormonal changes can also make it one of the most stressful. When a woman is pregnant, her baby experiences everything that she does, so it is important for new expectant mothers to stay in the proper frame of mind.

Aromatherapy Oils – Myrrh Essential Oil

Commiphora myrrha is a small to medium tree growing up to 5 metres high. It is a tree with very few leaves, often looking deciduous or dead from a distance.

Aromatherapy – The Benefits of Essential Oils

Aromatherapy is the therapeutic use of essential oils derived from plants and flowers such as mint, lavender, jasmine, chamomile, etc, in order to promote someone’s physical and emotional health and well being as well as the balance of the mind, body and spirit. These oils when introduced into the body through inhalation or topically, are known to soothe and heal the mind, body and spirit. They have also been used to soften the skin.

A Twist of Lime Essential Oil – Aromatherapy Oils

One of my most favourite oils, lime essential oil comes from the fresh skin of the citrus aurantifolia from the Rutaceae Family, also known as Citrus latifolia. Citrus oils have a lot in common with each other but also stand alone with their own unique properties.

Aromatherapy – Soothe Your Mind and Body

Feeling stressed, restless or otherwise need a mood boost? Aromatherapy is your answer to soothe and heal the body and mind while softening the skin and has been used for centuries mainly because smells are believed to influence the way we feel. Essential oils smell good too!

Aromatherapy – Make Your Own in Minutes For Pennies

Perhaps the best thing about aromatherapy is that it is so easy and pleasurable to engage in; both for the creator of the concoction and most assuredly for the client. Few people will complain about receiving a prescription to bathe with scented oils or apply a fragrant body oil; two of the most popular aromatherapy techniques.

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