Protocols & Recipes

Essential oils can be used for a variety of purposes, including health and wellness protocols. Here are some ways essential oils can be used for protocols: Aromatherapy: Essential oils can be diffused into the air using a diffuser to promote relaxation, improve mood, and boost energy levels. Different oils have different properties, so it’s important to choose oils that are appropriate for the desired effect. Topical application: Essential oils can be applied topically to the skin, either alone or diluted with a carrier oil, to treat a variety of conditions. For example, lavender oil can be applied to the skin to soothe minor burns or insect bites, while tea tree oil can be applied to the skin to help treat acne. Internal: Some essential oils can be ingested, but this should only be done under the guidance of a healthcare professional. Some oils can be added to food or beverages, while others can be taken in capsule form. Cleaning: Essential oils can be used to make natural cleaning products that are effective and safe. For example, tea tree oil can be added to a spray bottle of water to make a natural disinfectant. When using essential oils for protocols, it’s important to choose high-quality oils and to follow safety guidelines. Some essential oils can cause skin irritation, or other adverse effects if not used properly. It’s also important to note that essential oils should not be used as a substitute for medical treatment. If you have a health condition, it’s important to consult with a healthcare professional before using essential oils. PLEASE NOTE:  On this website, we are not treating or diagnosing any disease and are recipes shared from peoples experiences. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.  These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. 


Essential oils for thyroid support Information off of Rachels Website:      for more information and for the rest of her article, visit her site! Myrrh – Because Myrrh is very high in Sesquiterpenes (75%), it is a strong support for the thyroid. Sesquiterpenes also stimulate the limbic system, hypothalamus, pineal and pituitary glands. Combine with Clove,… View more

Holiday Wassail with dōTERRA Essential Oils

  Posted on November 9, 2012 by dōTERRA With cooler weather quickly approaching, a hot and citrusy drink is sometimes all it takes to hit the spot and please the senses. Mix together this crowd-pleaser and serve during your next gathering for the perfect holiday drink. Ingredients: 2 cups apple juice 1 cup cranberry juice… View more