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Holistic Care Questions

How do I apply essential oils?

Choose your essential oil, apply to your chosen location and rub in. Then cup hands around your nose and take 2-3 slow deep breaths. Enjoy!

Here are the major pulse points in your body:


- largest pores in the body and location of all nerve lines, absorbing the EO easier and experience

the benefits faster (apply to top and bottom)

- This should be your go to place for all your essential oil needs.



- skin is more absorbent making EO enter the bloodstream quicker

- mastoid pressure point

- especially good for pain relief including inflammation and swelling as well as fatigue, sleep,

allergy and menopause symptoms


- temporal artery pulse point, allowing EO to enter the bloodstream quicker

- especially good for headaches, migraines, stress, sleep, allergy relief and menopause symptoms



- radial artery pulse point making EO enter the bloodstream quicker

- another go to place, great to treat a variety of symptoms including stress, relaxation, energy

boosting, sleep issues and more


Around Ankles: posterior tibial artery pulse point- great for relieving inflammation

Sides of Neck: carotid artery pulse point- good for allergy, cold and flu symptoms and stress relief

Inner Elbow: brachial artery pulse point- good for stress relief or energy boosting

Chest: for help with congestion, cough and other respiratory issues

Abdomen: for help with any tummy issues including bloating, PMS pain, nausea, indigestion,

constipation, and diarrhea. Also a good place to treat nervousness.

Problem Spots: apply directly onto problem areas including pain, insect bites or blemishes

Are essential oils safe for pets?

There is a lot of controversy when it comes to essential oil use around pets. Although certain oils "should" be kept away from animals, it is a rule of thumb that diffusing EO's is safe as long as the animal has an area to retreat to if need be. Many EO's can be very beneficial for use with animals to help them with anxiety, gut issues and more.


*We are not registered veterinarians and can only advise based on our own extensive research and personal use/experience. Please consult a professional if you have major concerns. 

Are essential oils safe for children?

Essential oils can be extremely beneficial for children. Here are some tips when using them:

- Stay aware from "warmer" oils, as they are more active on the body. Examples of warmer oils include, but are not limited to: cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove.

- Dilute your oils twice as much as if you were applying to yourself. Our blends have a high ratio of oils to carrier, so diluting them further is best for your little ones.

*Always consult your physician for health concerns with yourself and your loved ones. We are not trained doctors and can only advise based on our own extensive research and personal use/experience.

How do I properly care for my candle?

 - Trim wick to 1/4 inch before first burn and ensure the wax melts to the edge of the jar before blowing out.

 - After First burn you can trim wick or pinch off the curled bits of the black (not the entire black portion)

 - If the flame is dimming and seems it might go out, continue burning for 20 more minutes. If low flame persists, blow out candle, wait for wax to harden, re-trim and re-light

 - Do not pour out melted wax as this will cause tunneling and can drown your wick

 - Ensure every burn goes to edge of vessel to minimize tunneling

If you have questions or concerns not answered here, please fill out the Contact form. Typical response time is within 48hrs.

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