I organized my YL essential oils and supplements today. I am cleaning the empty bottles for future use (my own recipes, samples, and other uses). Let’s just say that my house smells like a potpourri of scents and I’ve probably been helped for every ailment and concern on the planet. 😂🤪😄
Here are some of the must-have essential oils for your horse farm! Let me know if you have any questions.
In all seriousness, I am super happy to have gotten back into Young Living. My animals are benefiting from it too. Some of my favorite things to use are Purification for flea and tick control, Thieves for hooves, and several of the uplifting oils like Grounding or Joy for myself.
Become a Young Living member and start living naturally today!
As you know, I am not good at self care but great at taking care of everyone else, animals and people alike. This weekend, my stupid, horrible bed threw my back and the nerves in my legs into a tizzy! Very painful and difficult. Instead of doing what I would recommend or do for my clients, I tried Aleve, Ibuprofen, and rest. It did not work. Duh, no surprise.
Then, I got smart and used my inversion table (Teeter), and essential oils (Young Living). It helped. Still suffering to some extent, I used more oils, my Photonic Red Light Pro and Reiki. Within 10 minutes I was considerably better. When did I notice? While feeding the horses.
Why did I wait? Stupidity.
Do what you know and take care of yourself! (I will be treating myself with this modality again before bed.)
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Michelle Young is a horse lover, animal advocate, Reiki Master Teacher, holistic healer, Parelli Savvy Club Gold Member and Level 3 Student, academic library director, professor, and more. Contact Michelle.
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