How oils have changed my life (one year after I took the plunge into this world)

This month marks one year since I took the plunge and got myself a starter kit from young living. I was introduced to essential oils over 10 years ago when I took a holistic health class for nursing school. I was intrigued and fascinated by the magic these little bottles held back then but didn’t decide to fully incorporate them into my life until last August. I wish I had known what I know now, back then. I would’ve done it so much sooner. But hey, better late than never, right?!!

Young living has changed my life in so many ways! Restless babies? Lavender to the rescue! Each night after bath and before bed, each child gets a little lavender applied behind theirs ears to help promote a restful night’s sleep. Lavender in the diffuser too to promote a peaceful, relaxing environment conducive to sleep. So important for growing babes.

Ever wake up feeling a little “off” emotionally? Our hormones fluctuate and it can and does effect our mood. Easy fix for that-geranium! Geranium has hormone balancing properties and is known to be a mood uplifter. When I roll on some geranium, I instantly feel happy!! I made a “happiness roller” that I keep in my pocket at work, it’s a blend of geranium, ylang ylang, and other mood uplifting oils. Whenever my coworkers and I start to feel a little stress (and that can happen frequently in our line of work #nurselife) I bust out the “happiness roller” and spread happiness all over the place!! It’s great!

Overworked yourself at the gym? At work? No more Motrin in our house! We use panaway or peppermint to soothe our sore muscle. One day at work I must have been using poor body mechanics and pulled something in my back. I could barely move the next morning, I was so sore. I had a friend help me put some panaway on my back and within minutes I felt good as new. Even better, the pain never returned!! I’m telling you, this stuff is magic!

My youngest, Penn, suffers from horrible allergies. He was always so snotty so I finally decided to try Zyrtec to see if it helped. Sure enough it did. The snot lessened and he was a happier babe. If a dose was missed, he was right back to being super snotty and uncomfortable. I hated the fact that I had the rely on medicine to keep him comfortable. I then learned about a simple blend of essential oils that works great for allergies. That was the night I decided would be Penn’s last dose of Zyrtec. The next morning I whipped up a blend of lavender, lemon, and peppermint in a roller bottle with coconut oil. That night, instead of dosing Penn with Zyrtec, he got a dose of the oil blend behind both ears. What do you know, the next morning, still no snot!! It worked! And it made me so happy to know that i could rely on nature to help my child over medicine!

I could go on and on about how these oils have helped me. I usually do! People probably think I’m the crazy oil lady because I talk about it soooo much! It’s just that I love what they do and I want others to experience what I have! I’m all about sharing the wealth! When you find something AMAZING, you tell your friends about it! Each day, I continue to learn more about what these powerful liquids can do. I’m so happy to be on this journey and so grateful that I can choose healthier alternatives for my family!

Naturally, Coco

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Hi! I’m Courtney but you can call me Coco! My nephew gave me that nickname 7 years ago and I love it! I am a wife and mama of three. I have a thirteen year old, a three year old and one year old. I also have a nine year French bulldog/Boston terrier pup that is simply the best! I am a registered nurse. I have a deep passion for exploring and being outdoors. I love photography and traveling. I strive to live my best life each day. I am a firm believer in using essential oils to optimize overall health and well-being ! I think everyone should!

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