Uses for Young Living Peace and Calming Essential Oil

Peace & Calming is a gentle blend of Tangerine, Orange, Ylang Ylang, Patchouli, and Blue Tansy oils.  Originally designed for diffusing, the uses for Peace & Calming have expanded.  It can be used topically (and in a diffuser) to promote relaxation and a deep sense of peace.  It helps to calm tension and lift spirits.

Uses of Peace and Calming EO

 

  1. Sleep – Rub 1-2 drops of Peace & Calming on the bottom of the feet and on the shoulders before bedtime to get good quality sleep.
  2. Overactive Children – Diffuse Peace & Calming in the room to calm active or hard to manage children.
  3. Relaxing Massage – Mix Peace & Calming with massage oil for a relaxing massage.
  4. Bathing – Put Peace & Calming mixed with bath gel base or Epsom salts in warm water for a relaxing bath.
  5. Teeth Grinding – Diffuse Peace & Calming while sleeping to help stop nocturnal teeth grinding.

 

Statements made on An Oil A Day have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. I share these experiences with you because of the results I’ve had. The statements I make here are in regards to Young Living essential oils only.

Uses of Young Living Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender essential oil has actually been nicknamed the swiss army knife of essential oils thanks to it’s many issues . With over 200 chemical components, there are hundreds of uses for lavender. Lavender is antiseptic, antifungal, antitumoral, anti-inflammatory, is great for your skin and is known as a numbing agent.

 

Uses of Lavender EO

 

  1. Calming – Rub Lavender on the feet for a calming effect on the body.
  2. Sleep Aid – Rub a drop of Lavender on your palms and smooth on your pillow to help you sleep.
  3. Bee Sting & Insect Bites – Put a drop of lavender on a bee sting or insect bite to stop itching and reduce swelling.
  4. Minor Burn – Put 2-3 drops of Lavender on a minor burn to decrease the pain once the wound has cooled.
  5. Cuts – Drop lavender on the cut to stop bleeding, cleanse wound and kill bacteria.
  6. Eczema & Dermatitis – Mix several drops of Lavender with a carrier oil and use topically on affected area.
  7. Motion Sickness – To alleviate the symptoms of motion sickness, place a drop of Lavender on the end of the tongue, behind the ears, or around the navel.
  8. Nosebleed – To stop a nosebleed, put a drop of Lavender on a tissue and wrap it around a small piece of ice. Push the tissue-covered ice chip up under the middle of the top lip to the base of the nose and hold for as long as comfortable or until the bleeding stops.
  9. Tear Ducts – Rub a drop of Lavender over the bridge of the nose to unblock tear ducts.
  10. Dry or Chapped Skin & Lips – Rub a drop of Lavender on dry or chapped skin and lips.
  11. Scar Tissue – To reduce or minimize the formation of scar tissue, massage Lavender on and around the affected area.
  12. Deodorant – Rub 2-4 drops of Lavender over armpit area to act as a natural and non-toxic deodorant.
  13. Allergies & Hay Fever – Rub a drop of Lavender between your palms and inhale deeply to help alleviate the symptoms of hay fever. Swipe a touch of Lavender on the upper lip right under the nose and in the nose. Diffuse Lavender in your home to help with symptoms.
  14. Dandruff – Rub several drop of Lavender into the scalp to help eliminate dandruff.
  15. Moths & Insects – Place a few drops of Lavender on a cotton ball and place in your linen closet to scent linens and repel moths & insects.
  16. Water Fountains – Drop a little lavender on a wet cloth and throw into the dryer to freshen and deodorize laundry.
  17. Sweeten Laundry – Place a few drops of Lavender on a wet cloth and throw into the dryer to freshen and deodorize laundry.
  18. Cold Sores – Put a drop of Lavender on a cold sore throughout the day.
  19. Sunburn – Spritz several drops of Lavender mixed with water on a sunburn – after it has cooled – to decrease the burn pain.
  20. Rashes – Apply 2-3 drops of Lavender to a rash to stop the itching and heal the skin.

Warning: Do not take Lavender with your blood pressure medication.

 

Statements made on An Oil A Day have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. I share these experiences with you because of the results I’ve had. The statements I make here are in regards to Young Living essential oils only.