Ask Jane: Restless Leg Syndrome, Eyebrows and Diarrhea

Ask Jane: Restless Leg Syndrome, Eyebrows and Diarrhea

Ask Jane is a weekly round-up of posts from the Live Life Longer EO Team Facebook Group that have been answered by Jane Schweitzer.

Jane is an Independent Wellness Advocate with dōTERRA. Since starting with the company, Jane has seen the oils influence many in her life, especially her own. She is now using her natural-born abilities of leadership to lead individuals to health and wellness and loves being able to help provide for her family while doing something that she is passionate about.

“I want people to know they have options in affordable, holistic products and that dōTERRA essential oils can play a key role in their health and wellness. I’m motivated to see people put their health back into their own hands.”

In the Ask Jane blog posts, we’ll publish the original question along with the answer. The aim is to share the benefits of using more natural, holistic solutions and ingredients for everyday problems.

In our inaugural Ask Jane blog post, Jane’s answers questions on Restless Leg Syndrome, Eyebrows and Diarrhea.

 

AromaTouch oil

1. Question Posted by Kathy Corbett-King

Anyone have an effective blend for restless leg syndrome?

Answer from Jane:
Oils: 20 drops of AromaTouch, 5 drops of Frankincense and 5 drops of Lemongrass
Directions: Add oils to 30ml spritzer and fill with fractionated coconut oil

AromaTouch Massage Blend contains comforting and relaxing effects. Apply topically to release tension and promote a feeling of relaxation. Frankincense essential oil is great at supporting the diverse types of cells in the body. It’s also effective at relaxing and focusing the mind. The subtle citrus flavour of Lemongrass is often used in Asian cuisine and herbal teas. Lemongrass can also be applied to muscles and joints for a soothing sensation.

2. Question Posted by Josie Serpa

I’d like to try and regrow my eyebrows and I have rosemary oil. Can I use that with fractioned coconut oil? I don’t want to use castor oil. How do I use it?

Answer from Jane:
You can put it in a glass spray bottle with FCO and spray on and massage it in.

Rosemary is a powerful antimicrobial essential oil with antifungal, antibacterial and antiseptic properties that help prevent and treat dandruff, flaky scalp, acne on scalp and other infections on the scalp that contribute to hair loss. Rosemary oil can be applied to the scalp and massaged for an abundant looking head of hair. Blended with Melalueca and Basil, it can also be used for a stimulating scalp massage.

Fractionated coconut oil (FCO) acts as a carrier oil.  dōTERRA’s Fractionated Coconut Oil is refined to the highest level of purity and provides increased shelf-life. It’s also lighter, non-greasy and has a greater cleansing effect on the skin, making it popular as a carrier for essential oils and as a base for a variety of skin care products.

3. Question Posted by Andrea Sherriff

Best oil or oils for upset stomach, fever, diarrhea?

Answer from Jane:
Melissa (oil) in my opinion covers it all—it is an extremely powerful anti-viral— miracle in a bottle in my opinion…

As one of our rarest and most expensive oils, Melissa has a wide range of health benefits and uses. Melissa oil supports healthy respiratory function, may help to support healthy digestion and may also help to support a healthy immune system. Melissa officinalis, also known as lemon balm, received the name “Melissa” because of its sweet, fresh, citrus-like fragrance, which was known to attract bees (Melissa is Greek for “honey bee”).

Just a Few Reasons to Love Essential Oils

Essential oils are pure, liquid extracts that are steam-released or pressed from plants. They have therapeutic properties that support wellness and sooth many concerns. They are 100% plant derived with no additional processing, preservatives or other ingredients.

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