Young Living Essential Oils
Therapeutic grade essential oils offer natural safe solutions to physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. They are easy to use, have fast-acting results and have a long historic tradition of use. Science is now beginning to look at the chemistry of essential oils and discover they have hidden depths for bringing health and vitality back into the body.
Essential oils are known for their antiseptic, anti-fungal, antibacterial and immune-stimulating properties. They are being studied extensively for their impact on cancer, depression, and hormones, to name a few. Essential oils give you the power to take your own health and wellness back into your own hands. Regular use of essential oils can raise your vibrational frequency, uplift your spirits, relieve pain, boost your immune system or cleanse your body.
ISHTA is pleased to introduce you to Young Living Essential Oils. They are the highest quality of essential oils available on the market today and are used by many of the teachers and students to enrich their lives; naturally.
GUIDELINES FOR THE SAFE USE OF YOUNG LIVING ESSENTIAL OILS
- Always keep a bottle of V-6 Vegetable Mixing Oil, Massage Oil Base or any pure vegetable oil handy when using essential oils. Vegetable oils dilute essential oils if they cause discomfort or skin irritation.
- Keep bottles of essential oils tightly closed and store them in a cool location away from light. If stored properly, essential oils will maintain their potency for many years.
- Keep essential oils out of reach of children. Treat them as you would any product for therapeutic use.
- Do not use essential oils rich in menthol (such as peppermint) on the throat or neck area of children under 30 months of age.
- Direct sunlight and essential oils. Lemon, bergamot, orange, grapefruit, tangerine, White Angelica and other citrus oils may cause a rash or darker pigmentation if applied to skin exposed to direct sunlight or UV rays with 3 to 4 days of use.
- Keep essential oils away from eye area and do not put into ears.
- Do not handle contact lenses or rub eyes with essential oils on fingers. Oils with high phenol content – oregano, helichrysum, cinnamon, thyme, clove. Lemongrass, bergamot, Thieves and ImmuPower – may damage contacts and irritate eyes.
- Pregnant women should consult their health care professional before using essential oils containing constituents with hormone-like activity, such as clary sage, sage, Idaho tansy, juniper and fennel.
- Epileptics and those with high blood pressure should consult their health care professional before using essential oils. Avoid using hyssop, fennel and Idaho tansy oils.
- People with allergies should test a small amount of oil on a small area of sensitive skin, such as the inside of the arm, before applying the oil on other areas. The bottom of the feet is one of the safest, most effective places to use essential oils.
- Before taking GRAS (Generally Regarded as Safe) essential oils internally, always dilute with an oil-soluble liquid like honey, olive oil or soy milk.
- Do not add undiluted essential oils directly to bath water. Use Bath Gel Base as a dispersing agent for oils in the bath.
- This is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
- These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Anyone suffering from any disease, illness or injury should consult with a physician.