How to Use Essential Oils eBook review

Hey everyone,

Wow, it looks like we have gotten a couple of reviews from different people on our new eBook on “How to Use Essential Oils – a Beginner’s Guide + Practical Tips”.

This two-part series is a comprehensive go-over of what essential oils are, how we make them/how they are derived from plants, and what you can do with them to better improve your life.  Whether it is skin care, weight loss, arthritis, headaches, indigestion, etc.  essential oils can help a lot in these areas.  They are primarily a preventative means, but it’s not like they don’t have the potency to mitigate a number of conditions.

The eBook also gives some great recipes and special blend formulas.

Check it out, and see these ebook reviews here!

For the How to Use Essential Oils eBook, click each part below (note: we will have to verify you are human but otherwise it is FREE for anyone to keep).

How to Use Essential Oils – a Beginner’s Guide part 1

How to Use Essential Oils – Practical Tips part 2

 

Thanks for telling us how you feel 🙂  Do you have some thoughts on our new eBook?  Write to us at eupterraen@eupterrafoundation.com and we will see if we can’t feature your review as well.

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Protection from Harm Ointment

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PROTECTION FROM HARM OINTMENT

You will need:

• 2 parts Mallow (not Marshmallow Root)

• 2 parts Rosemary

• 1 part Vervain
For the base of ointment with shortening, follow these directions:

Melt 4 parts shortening over low heat until liquefied. Watch that it doesn’t burn. Add one part dried herbal mixture (which would be all of the herbs listed above). Blend with a wooden spoon until thoroughly mixed. Continue heating until the shortening has extracted the scent. You should be able to smell it in the air. Strain through a cheesecloth into a heat-proof jar, a canning jar would be perfect for this. Add 1/2 tsp. tincture of benzoin (can be found at an herb store or drug store) to each pint of ointment as a natural preservative. Store in a cool, dark place or in the refrigerator.

 

Ointments will last for weeks or months. Discard any that turn moldy, and make a fresh batch. Rub onto the body and to drive out negative influences and to keep them far from you.