Essential oils are distilled from leaves, stems and twigs; flowers and flower buds, fruit or peels; wood or bark; resins, oleoresins, or gums; roots, rhizomes, or bulbs; seeds, kernels, or nuts. And just as the source of the oil varies, so do their resulting aromas: light, mild, medium, strong, and very strong.
The end of the year is in sight, and many of us look forward to a bit of a break and some much-needed rest during the holiday season. Wintertime seems to beg us to slow down as we take inventory of the year behind us and set our sights to the one ahead.
Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis) is a small evergreen shrub with purple-blue flowers. "Hyssop" comes from the Hebrew word ezob, which literally means "holy herb". When thinking about hyssop essential oil, the word that comes to mind most is purifying.
Do you feel overwhelmed by the constant pressure to look right, act right, and be perfect? Instead of trusting everyone else’s opinion, this guide will teach you 7 steps to make decisions that honor your inner voice, optimize health, and serve your higher purpose. This guide will teach you how to cut through the confusion and decide.
Yoga is a wonderful form of exercise because it is one of the few that provides both mental and physical benefits. Yoga improves focus and mindfulness, enhances mental acuity, and increases blood flow, flexibility, and muscle tone.
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