Organizing Oils

Years ago I added essential oils to my arsenal of natural remedies. Although I initially got into oils to add to our emergency preparedness supplies, I have have since incorporated them in my daily health routine. I had little bottles all over my bathroom vanity until I found these very handy containers at my local dollar store. Now my vanity is much more tidy and organized. Yay!

If you would like to learn more about essential oils, feel free to contact any of the following practitioners. I know them all and they are competent in their knowledge of essential oils and how they can be helpful in improving and sustaining good health. 

Julie Herbert
435-652-5971
Askjulieherbert@gmail.com
www.mydoterra.com/Info

Amber Swalberg
(360) 771-7317
my.dōTERRA.com/healthelevated
amberswalberg@gmail.com

Keely Rogers
kressentialoils@gmail.com
my.doterra.com/kressentialoils

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Save My Honey

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When your toast is hot, it’s hard to wait for the honey if it has turned too thick. This little pot is perfect for gradually warming honey to squeezable consistency. I also use it to heat maple syrup for our pumpkin spiced pancakes topped with pecans, for making glazes, reheating leftover sauces, and occasionally boiling a couple of eggs. I purchased this on Amazon. Here is the link in case you want to add one to your next order: Amazon.com: Farberware Classic Stainless Steel 5/8-Quart Butter Warmer: Butter Melting Sauce Pan: Kitchen & Dining