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DIY Recipe - Health

Essential oils may smell great, but that’s not all that they are. They are also full of organic compounds that have a long list of health benefits. Each essential oil can address different kinds of issues, from headaches to digestive problems and more.

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Soothing Essential Oil Blend

This is a relaxing aromatherapy blend that can also help you relieve body pains. It’s easy to do, and all you’ll need is a diffuser and these essential oils:
Aromatherapy can help you improve your well-being and relax your mind and body. It can also help you soothe dysmenorrhea, one of the most common problems in menstruation. Try this aromatherapy blend in a diffuser when that time of the month has become particularly unpleasant.
Can’t find the perfect storage for your DIY creations? We definitely don’t want them to go to waste. Ultraviolet glass can help prolong the shelf life of all-natural products like this essential oil blend. Use this glass euro dropper cap bottle to help keep your oils as fresh and potent as they were when you first bought them.
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Soothing Salve

This is an all-around salve that can help you with a variety of issues, specifically dysmenorrhea. It takes some work, but it’ll be more than worth the trouble.
Mix 20 up to 30 drops each of the essential oils. Allow the mixture to blend and meld for a time. Meanwhile, using a saucepan, heat your massage oil of choice with the beeswax pellets until everything is melted and mixed smoothly, then transfer to the jar. Allow it to cool for at least ten minutes before incorporating your blend of essential oils. Stir carefully but thoroughly.
This DIY project won’t be complete without the best balm container you can find. Balms are usually stored in aluminum jars, but all-natural materials need extra protection from decay. Try this ultraviolet glass jar, which can help slow down the decay of organic materials by blocking out visible light rays.
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Breathe Free Massage Blend

With three of the oils in our Essential Oil Six-Pack for headaches, you can come up with a massage oil blend that can help free up your sinuses and soothe your headache. Here are the things you’ll need:
Combine all the oils in a glass bottle. Shake the bottle to thoroughly mix the contents together. Use about a tablespoon of the mixture for every massage session.
Essential oils need a high-quality glass bottle to protect them from natural degradation caused by visible light rays. Clear glass bottles are out, and most colored glass bottles don’t offer enough protection. The best choice is this euro dropper cap glass bottle, which can help extend the shelf life of your oils.
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Body Cream for Better Digestion

Hit two birds with one stone with this DIY body cream. Nourish your skin while improving your digestive health! Here are the things you’ll need:
  • 25 drops of any essential oil combination from this collection
  • 1/2 cup grapeseed oil
  • 1/2 cup almond oil
  • 2 tablespoons beeswax
  • 1/2 tablespoon vitamin E oil
Add the grapeseed oil, almond oil, and vitamin E oil as you melt the beeswax over a double boiler. Once the beeswax has melted, take the bowl or pan off the heat and set it aside for up to three minutes. Add the essential oils and stir the mixture until all the ingredients are thoroughly combined. Spoon the mixture into an airtight glass jar. Let it set for at least two hours.
High-quality cosmetics deserve high-quality storage. And trust us -- this body cream is sure to be top notch. Why not store it in something that will preserve its quality and potency for up to two years? This stylish glass screw top jar with aluminum lid isn’t just stylish, it offers powerful protection against light rays as well.
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Herbal Antimicrobial Soap

Making your own soap can be a fun weekend project for you. As a bonus, this soap is guaranteed to wash away harmful microbes.
Cut up your soap base into roughly one-by-one inch cubes then melt them in the microwave. Add your essential oils and stir gently but thoroughly. Pour the soap into your molds and spray the top surface with the alcohol to remove bubbles. Wait for your soaps to harden. Then, carefully loosen the soaps around the edges before popping them out of the mold.
Where should you keep your DIY antimicrobial soaps? The best kind of storage doesn’t just store your homemade products, it can also protect them from damage caused by sunlight. This large glass apothecary jar has the capacity to store your soaps, as well as the ability to protect them from harsh light rays.
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