Franky Friday – Roller Bottle March 13 2020

Each week I share a different way to use the ‘King of Oils’ aka Frankincense aka Franky boy aka Franky.

It’s either one of the three ways which you can use essential oils. Topically, Aromatically or internally ( which is OK for Frankincense but not the case for all oils. Also I’m only talking about doterra)

Franky Friday 🌼

Today I’m sharing a way to use Franky topically – on the skin.

 Immune support roller bottle.

In a 10 ml roller ball add 3 drops of each essential oil

⭐ Frankincense 

⭐Lemon 

⭐ Tea tree

⭐ Onguard 

⭐ Oregano.

Roll on feet / spine / back of neck to support immunity.

🌅 It does contain a Citrus oil so may cause photosensitivity if sun exposure where applied.

Check in each Friday for other Frankincense uses. I also have post here on the Benefits & Uses of Frankincense.

If you don’t yet have your own oils & would like some you can order right here. Feel free to message me if you need help selecting the right starter kit.

Much love

5 ways to Winter wellness

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  1. Grow your own sprouts – lovely to see some ‘life’ in your kitchen at this time of year. Easy to grow, amazing nutrient source & delicious.
  2. Add a matcha green tea to your day. Nothing like a hot cuppa on a frosty day. Matcha has many health benefits including enhancing mood, antioxidants & fights against viruses and bacteria.
  3. Probiotics – 85% of our immune system resides in our gut! Probiotics reestablish the proper balanpce of good bacteria in the gut. Wholefood probiotics are best as they are real food or make your own cultured foods – sauerkraut, kimchi etc.
  4. Juice for nutrient assimilation at a cellular level. A great combo for this time of year >> orange, carrots, ginger and turmeric. Bonus is that it looks like sunshine to remind us of those summer days we may be missing.
  5. Move! Don’t let winter slow you down too much. Exercise produces endorphins – a feel good buzz, to help keep the winter blues at bay. Dance it off, practice yoga, do a one song work out. It’s a great way to keep warm.

I would love to hear from you. Let me know in the comments below how you stay well in winter.

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