– go to or click - www.mydoterra.com/newyorkcity/
– click “Shop” in the top banner.
– click “Start shopping” (after setting “English” and “United States” our country)
– click “Essential Oils” under products on left, then “single oils” for single oils find Lemon, Clove, or Peppermint below
– Check out
There is a $30 sign up fee that is waived if you buy a kit with 10 oils (at the wholesale price) and you will get a free phone consult with Bill. I recommend the family essentials kit and any of the kits will give you access to free classes as well.
You can find it by going to:
- click “shop for products” in the top right
- click “Begin shopping” (after setting “English” and “United States”)
- click kits
- go to enrollment kits
- then find family essentials kit.
Essential oil blends are a combination of pure therapeutic grade essential oils mixed together for the maximum benefit in certain areas.
- Aids in digestion, soothe stomach upset and maintain overall digestive health. It has ginger fennel and coriander, peppermint and other oils to help maintain a healthy gastrointestinal tract. It can help to ease stomach discomfort including from motion sickness and indigestion.
How to use - I either drink it as a tea in warm water or I’ll just put about 3 drops under my tongue and drink a glass of water and that’s the fastest way I’ve found to get relief from gas or bloating. There is not a lot I can say about the benefits of this as the company is restricted by the FDA, but this can replace a lot of the unhealthy products that people use for all types of digestive issues.
You can also put it on the stomach topically when any stomach upset occurs. I always make it as a tea at dinner parties and people love it.
Benefits: antifungal, antiseptic, antibacterial, anti-infectious, antiviral and disinfectant, that are all edible. It has eucalyptus, clove, rosemary, cinnamon and wild orange. Supports healthy immunity, protects against seasonal and environmental threats.
How to Use:
- You can also use it to clean disinfect surfaces and the air with a diffuser.
- Use a few drops in a small spritzer bottle with pure water and spray this on the plane, or in your office or public bathroom or use it as a healthy hand sanitizer as I do since many of those have toxic ingredients in them that especially kill your gut bacteria.
- You can brush your teeth with it as it’s great for teeth and gums
Anytime I feel any irritation in my throat I use it to oil pull and drink it in warm water as a tea with or without honey. Another great thing to do is to put it on the bottom of your feet as that help to boost your immunity especially when everyone else is getting sick.
They also make this in soft gels and beadlets as well as an onguard hand sanitizers and cleaners that’s great for the bathroom and kitchen. See the link above for those.
It has oils like Peppermint, eucalyptus and tea tree oil, all of which are minty and make a kind of vapor rub but smells great. They have a cleansing and soothing effect and help to open airwaves and can allow for restful sleep as well.
You can put this on your chest or back, the bottom of your feet, or in a diffuser is great. Good for seasonal & environmental issues benefit greatly from this helping to maintain clear easy breathing. You can make a hand diffuser by putting a few drops in your palms and taking 4 to 6 deep breaths.
During exercise it opens my lungs up better and I get a lot more efficiency and a charge of energy it’s also good to help to remember to take a deep breath, and this is really important especially for shallow breathers as that can cause a headache, tension, and stress.
The way I take it is I put about 10 drops in the portable inhaler with 3 drops of frankincense. Then before I start the sprint or training I’ll take a couple deep breaths like this and I feel great. This will last for about 3 months and I’ll have links on where to get these.
By utilizing the information presented on this site, you agree to and understand that author, Bill Farr is not a doctor or any other type of certified health care professional, and his opinion is not a substitute for professional medical prevention, diagnosis, or treatment. Please consult with your doctor or your other health care providers concerning your symptoms and medical requirements before following any of the remedies or other suggestions he offers. His opinion is based on his own research and is to be used for educational purposes only. Bill Farr’s wellness plans and advice are meant to be used in conjunction with standard allopathic or osteopathic medical treatment and care.