Essential Oil Basics Part 2 – 3 Specific Oils Frequently Used

To buy Therapeutic grade Edible Essential Oils:


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– 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 oregano, frankincense, or lavendar below
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There is a $30 sign up fee that is waved 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. Email for more info.
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.

Oregano Essential Oil

Known as natures antibiotic. I love this oil because its Antifungal, antibacterial, antiparasitic /antiviral and antioxidant.

It’s been shown in studies to be effective against e-coli, which is food poisoning and bladder and kidney infections, streptococcus – soar throats and pneumonia, salmonella – food poisoning, also boils on skin or warts.

It’s most used for overgrowth of fungus and Candida. And Medical studies have proven it to help against these. You can put this on your toenail fungus everyday topically and within a few months should notice serious improvement. Note that this oil can burn your skin so use it with a carrier oil like coconut oil and you only need a drop or 2 per teaspoon of olive oil

You can Diffuse it to kill germs. You can make a homemade mouthwash to clean your teeth. Warnings are those who are allergic to Lamiaceae family plants, including basil, hyssop, lavender, marjoram, mint and sage. So check with a qualified practitioner and always check with your doctor especially for pregnant women and children before using. The good news is that it doesn’t have the harmful side effects of antibiotics such as antibiotic resistance, or destroying all of your good bacteria and damaging your gut lining and I always take fermented foods or probiotics with it.
Here are some of the best ways to use oregano oil

1. Immune System Support
There’s a lot of evidence to show that oregano oil is a powerful tool for the immune system, especially when it encounters outside invaders. One study straight from the United States Department of Agriculture reported that oregano oil has such a strong action against germs that it could easily defeat Salmonella.[2] These findings were echoed by researchers the Department of Physiology & Biophysics at Georgetown University Medical Center.
– Can be taken in gelcaps if sick or sickness coming on for 10 days – 3-4 drops 4 times a day or 5 drops twice a day. Click photo for gelcaps here:

2. Protection Against Harmful Organisms
If you’ve consumed undercooked meat or impure water, or countless other risky actions, harmful organisms are likely to be residing inside of your body. Thankfully, oregano oil is shown to be extremely useful for getting rid of these unwanted invaders. One study examined the relationship between oregano oil and harmful organisms and found that taking 600 mg of oregano oil daily prompted a complete disappearance of harmful organisms in the body.[4] – Can be taken in a gel cap after a meal like this.

3. Promotes a Balanced Mood
Studies have found that some compounds in oregano oil, including carvacrol, thymol, and terpinene may positively influence the nervous system and mind. Aromatherapy with oregano oil seems to promote a healthy mood, reduce stress, and inhibit emotional abnormalities.
– 2-3 drops in a diffuser (click photo for link)

4. Digestive Aid
Health begins in the gut! Good digestion is absolutely necessary to experience good health. Oregano oil is known to stimulate the flow of bile into the digestive organs, enhancing the digestive process.[5]

The next 3 benefits are some of the reasons why I do a cleanse for 10 days once every 6 months, using 4-6 drops twice a day for up to 10 days
5. Menstrual Aid
Irregular, uncomfortable periods and unpleasant effects from menopause are a big problem for many women; one of the best natural remedies is oregano oil. It may actually help support regular menstruation[6] and protect against negative menopause experiences.[7] For women, this is a substantial bonus to the already lengthy list of uses and effects of oregano oil.

6. Supports Graceful Aging
Perhaps the hottest health trend of the past few years is the science of combating aging. It’s important to understand that aging is largely affected by oxidation and free radicals, which is why antioxidants are so effective. Oregano oil offers a huge amount of antioxidants that can aid in the defense against these aging-accelerators.[8]

7. Weight Loss
In addition to its reputation as a natural immune booster, oregano oil also packs a punch against unwanted body fat. Its main active ingredient, carvacrol, is thought to modulate genes and reduce irritation in white adipose tissue. In one study, when fed a high-fat diet, mice not given carvacrol quickly became obese. In contrast, mice given carvacrol gained significantly less weight and even had lower levels of cholesterol and triglycerides in their blood.[9]


Frankincense essential oil is known as the king of all oils. It’s a super oil in that it affects all the systems of our bodies. This enhances the effects of other oils and breaks the blood brain barrier meaning it allows it to uniquely positively address issues on a physical and emotional level. It can help with upset or anger putting a couple of drops of this under your tongue or in a diffuser or even a hand diffuser is a good way to help bring you back to reality because it helps to influence pathways in your brain that effect your whole system. It can also help to increase your spiritual awareness in meditation.

It’s also an anti-inflammatory so its great for sore muscles or if you have joint inflammation or skin inflammation it’s can be very helpful. It’s great for the skin including for wound healing and help your body to heal faster. It can help improve scars, acme, stretch marks, age spots, sunspots and Anti-aging. Diffusing it is a great way to help fight stress and anxiety or you can put a few drops in the bath water or on your chest before going into the bath,

Top Frankincense Oil Uses

1. Stress-Relieving Bath Soak
Frankincense oil immediately induces the feeling of peace, relaxation and satisfaction. Add a few drops of frankincense oil to a hot bath for stress relief. You can also add frankincense to an oil diffuser or vaporizer to help fight anxiety and for experiencing relaxation in your home all the time. Some people believe that the fragrance of frankincense can increase your intuition and spiritual connection.

2. Natural Household Cleaner
Frankincense oil is an antiseptic, meaning it helps eliminate bacteria and viruses from your home and clean indoor spaces. The plant has been commonly burned to help disinfect an area and is used as a natural deodorizer. Use it in an essential oil diffuser to help reduce indoor pollution and deodorize and disinfect any room or surface in your home. Although it makes a great cleaner I prefer to use onguard blend as it has a combination of more oils and is less expensive. I prefer to use frankincense in a diffuser or taken orally.

3. Natural Hygiene Product
Due to its antiseptic properties, frankincense oil is a great addition to any oral hygiene regimen. Look for natural oral care products that contain frankincense oil, especially if you enjoy the aroma. It can help prevent dental health issues like tooth decay, bad breath, cavities or oral infections. You can also consider making your own toothpaste by mixing frankincense oil with baking soda.

4. Anti-Aging and Wrinkle Fighter
Frankincense essential oil is a powerful astringent, meaning it helps protect skin cells. It can be used to help reduce acne blemishes, the appearance of large pores, prevent wrinkles, and it even helps lift and tighten skin to naturally slow signs of aging. The oil can be used anywhere where the skin becomes saggy, such as the abdomen, jowls or under the eyes. Mix six drops of oil to one ounce of unscented oil and apply it directly to the skin. Be sure to always do a small patch area test first to test for possible allergic reactions.
I put it in my spray toner, which can be seen here.

5. Relieves Symptoms of Indigestion
If you have any digestive distress, such as gas, constipation, stomach aches, irritable bowel syndrome, PMS or cramps, frankincense oil can help relieve gastrointestinal discomfort. It helps speed up the digestion of food, similar to digestive enzymes. Add one to two drops of oil to eight ounces of water or to a tablespoon of honey for GI relief. If you’re going to ingest it orally, make sure it’s 100 percent pure oil; do not ingest fragrance or perfume oils.

6. Scar, Wound, Stretch Mark or Acne Remedy
Frankincense oil can help with wound healing and may decrease the appearance of scars. It may also help reduce the appearance of dark spots caused from acne blemishes, stretch marks, eczema and help with healing of surgical wounds. Mix two to three drops of oil with an unscented base oil or lotion and apply directly to skin. Be careful not to apply it to broken skin, but it’s fine for skin that’s in the process of healing.

7. Natural Cold or Flu Medicine
Next time you have a respiratory infection from a cold or flu, use frankincense essential oil to help provide relief from coughing. It can help eliminate phlegm in the lungs. It also acts as an anti-inflammatory in the nasal passages, making breathing easier, even for those with allergies or asthma. Add a few drops to a cloth and inhale for the respiratory benefits or use an oil diffuser or a hand diffuser as explained in the video.

8. Helps Relieve Inflammation and Pain
To improve circulation and lower symptoms of joint pain or muscle pain related to conditions like arthritis, digestive disorders and asthma, try massaging frankincense oil to the painful area or diffusing it in your home. You can add a drop of oil to steaming water and soak a towel in it, then place the towel on your body or over your face to inhale it to decrease muscle aches. Also diffuse several drops in your home, or combine several drops with a carrier oil to massage into your muscles, joints, feet or neck.
I also like to use the DoTerra blend called Deep Blue on sore muscles, just a couple drops with coconut oil and rubbed on contact.


Lavender essential oil is great for any skin issues, rash, cuts, eczema, ringworm as it is antifungal, burns, sun burns, bee sting or bug bites, just rub in on your skin, best to mix a couple drops of it with Aloe Vera gel and you can see my video on how to cut the leaf open for that. If you don’t have that, a little coconut oil or jojoba oil as well. Rubbing that on age or sun spots especially combined with frankincense, can be helpful as well.

Lavender is also great for motion sickness, It’s also antibacterial and can be added to household cleansers.

But this is mostly used in a diffuser as it can help to relax you better than any other oil, which is why you always smell it when you walk into a spa and this will act as an insect repellent as well. To help you relax you can also put a couple drops on your finger tips and put in on your temple or the back of your jaw. But remember the one’s I suggest are strong so 1 drop will even be enough.

Diffusing it or putting a few drops on your pillow that can help you sleep better as well. And it’s great in a bath as well since it’s great for your skin as well as pain and inflammation

The German Commission E commended lavender for treating insomnia, nervous stomach, and anxiety. The British Herbal Pharmacopoeia lists it as a treatment for flatulence, colic, and depressive headaches, and many modern herbal practitioners use the herb to treat migraines in menopause. In Spain, it is added to teas to treat diabetes and insulin resistance.”

Adding a few drops of the essential oil or a cup of strong brewed tea and a cup of epsom salts to a bath helps relax sore muscles.

For headaches, smelling lavender and peppermint oils or rubbing into into the temples often helps

As a Non-toxic Air Freshener
The same way you use lavender oil as a perfume, you can use it around your home as a natural, toxic-free air freshener. Either spray lavender oil around your home or try diffusing it. To create a relaxing atmosphere in your bedroom before you fall asleep, try spraying the lavender oil and water mixture directly onto your bed sheets or pillow. You can try the same method in your bathroom as well, and also on your bath towels.
As a Remedy for Stomach Discomfort
Many people find the scent of lavender to be soothing to the stomach. If you are feeling nauseous, or know that you are going to be traveling in a car of plane and are prone to motion sickness, spray some lavender oil on your skin and clothes or rub it into your temples, neck, and palms.

Pregnant Women and Children

There has not been enough research done at this time to show that lavender oil is completely safe for pregnant women or women who are nursing. Because it can have a relaxing effect on muscles and can also effect hormone levels, it’s not recommended that women who are in their third trimester use lavender oil. It’s best to speak with your doctor about use of any essential oils when pregnant, since it has not been guaranteed that these are safe at this time.
Lavender oil is considered generally safe for children to use, although there is some concern that lavender’s effect on hormone levels could be harmful for boys who have not yet gone through puberty. Although there isn’t strong evidence for lavender being a hormone disrupter (only 1-2 very small studies were ever completed), parents are told to use caution if using lavender oil frequently on young children.


They oils in the links above are pure therapeutic grade and very strong so 1 to 3 drops is going to be enough and always test your skin as talked about in part 1 for any reactions and check with your doctor before using especially pregnant women and children. Warnings are that they can cause skin irritation, and other issues. I recommend testing these on your skin prior to use. Check with your doctor before using especially Pregnant women and children. Oregano especially can cause issues burning skin and during pregnancy.


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