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Delivering Pain Relief

Although carrier oils absorb some of the essential oil’s potency, they don’t interfere with its therapeutic properties. A general rule of thumb is to use at least 6 teaspoons of carrier oil for every 15 drops of essential oil. Carrier oils include coconut oil, olive oil, argan oil, and more. Remember the roll-on lip glosses that you used when you were younger? Essential oils are often packaged the same way! Roll-on bottles are a great way to carry oils on the go and allow for mess-free application. Your bath water will dilute the essential oil, so there’s no need to mix it with a carrier oil before use.

The water will dilute your essential oil, so there’s no need to use a carrier oil, too. Whether you’re using individual oils or a custom blend, it’s important to dilute your essential oils before use. If foam rolling and over-the-counter pain relievers aren’t doing the trick – or if you want something a little more natural – it may be time to consider essential oils.

Each of the following oils boast being able to treat pain, tension, and swelling – talk about a triple threat! For added relief, consider mixing two or three of these oils together to create a custom blend. You can prevent this by diluting your essential oils with a carrier oil before application.

Although carrier oils absorb some of the essential oil’s potency, they don’t interfere with its therapeutic properties. A general rule of thumb is to use at least 6 teaspoons of carrier oil for every 15 drops of essential oil. Carrier oils include coconut oil, olive oil, argan oil, and more. Remember the roll-on lip glosses that you used when you were younger? Essential oils are often packaged the same way! Roll-on bottles are a great way to carry oils on the go and allow for mess-free application.

Your bath water will dilute the essential oil, so there’s no need to mix it with a carrier oil before use. The water will dilute your essential oil, so there’s no need to use a carrier oil, too. Whether you’re using individual oils or a custom blend, it’s important to dilute your essential oils before use.If foam rolling and over-the-counter pain relievers aren’t doing the trick – or if you want something a little more natural – it may be time to consider essential oils.

Each of the following oils boast being able to treat pain, tension, and swelling – talk about a triple threat! For added relief, consider mixing two or three of these oils together to create a custom blend.

You can prevent this by diluting your essential oils with a carrier oil before application. Although carrier oils absorb some of the essential oil’s potency, they don’t interfere with its therapeutic properties. A general rule of thumb is to use at least 6 teaspoons of carrier oil for every 15 drops of essential oil. Carrier oils include coconut oil, olive oil, argan oil, and more. Remember the roll-on lip glosses that you used when you were younger? Essential oils are often packaged the same way! Roll-on bottles are a great way to carry oils on the go and allow for mess-free application. Your bath water will dilute the essential oil, so there’s no need to mix it with a carrier oil before use. The water will dilute your essential oil, so there’s no need to use a carrier oil, too.

Whether you’re using individual oils or a custom blend, it’s important to dilute your essential oils before use.