about the blend PanAway

about the blend PanAway

The BLEND called PANAWAY is a popular blend for easing discomfort as well as increasing circulation and accelerating healthy healing. This blend can be diffused or inhaled directly or applied directly on site of the pain for maximum benefit.  This oil contains several oils that are known skin irritants, so more dilution is highly recommended. *This blend is not recommended for use on small children. *Do not use this blend if you regularly take medicinal blood thinners [including aspirin].   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I would love to help you get started learning more about Young Living Essential Oils… Comment here or visit me on FACEBOOK! ** I am not a doctor . All recommendations on this site are for personal information only and cannot diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Legally, I must recommend that you consult a trusted physician or other medical professional before using any alternatives to pharmaceutical medication or making any drastic changes in your diet. Live smart! Do your own research. Know & trust your...
what is an essential oil BLEND?

what is an essential oil BLEND?

Mr. Gary Young, the founder of Young Living, has spend years studying and researching essential oils and their different properties and how they effect our bodies. Because of this, there are many blends of oils available through Young Living that are targeted for specific needs, be it emotional or physical. Every oil has its own rate of evaporation, or volatility. Essential oils usually fit into one of these categories depending on their volatility. “top notes” – these are lighter fragrances and are quickest to evaporate. They are often the most stimulating and uplifting to the mind and body. They tend to be the first impression of a blend and often have antiseptic properties. “middle notes” – these oils have warm, soft fragrances which linger after a brief sniff of the oil. They have medium volatility and tend to general functions and metabolism of the body. They are often good for balancing the body. “base notes” – these oils are the slowest to evaporate, and are usually the most relaxing and sedating oils. They tend to be the last impression of a blend’s fragrance. Of course, there are some oils that do cross over between the notes and can be described, for example as ‘top middle’. When essential oils are blended, their combined effect can be multiplied more than the effects of the individual oils. Some blends come together more pleasingly than others and have enhancing effects. This is called synergy. If you were to combine Lavender eo with Chamomile eo it would enhance the anti-inflammatory properties of each.    So…….the very best essential oil blends are those that enhance the...