Day 3, Peppermint
It’s day 3 of our oil tips and free printables where I have partnered up with Emily of the Anderson Crew to bring you 2 oil tips and prints to share!
We are talking about Peppermint, yum! Peppermint is one of my favorite oils. I love the smell and it's been so great for nausea and tummy troubles this pregnancy.
Peppermint tip of the day #1:
Add a drop of oil to your homemade play-dough recipes. This not only smells good, but helps give your brain some clarity. Great focus for your little ones!
To download and print your Play Love Grow graphic CLICK HERE. Printable sized as an 8x10 image. Please remember this is for personal use only. You may print it and enjoy it, but it may not be altered, reproduced for sale, or redistributed. Printable created by Pen & Paint, all rights reserved.
Peppermint tip of the day #2:
For a quick pick me up in the morning, add a drop of lemon and peppermint to a glass of cold water and drink up. Make sure to use a glass cup!
To download and print your Live An Oily Life graphic CLICK HERE. Printable sized as an 8x10 image. Please remember this is for personal use only. You may print it and enjoy it, but it may not be altered, reproduced for sale, or redistributed. Printable created by Pen & Paint, all rights reserved.
Peppermint is part of the Everyday Oils Collection that comes with the Premium Starter Kit with Young Living. If you’re interested in purchasing the kit, becoming a wholesale member, and a part of my team Essential Families, follow the simple directions below!
- Go to the Member sign-up page
- Make sure to select Wholesale member and not Retail customer
- Enter my # in the sponsor and enroller ID section, if it isn’t already filled out: 2297510
- Create your account, enter your personal info
- Select your starter kit (Premium Starter Kit, $150, is the best option)
- At this point you can order more if you'd like
- Complete your order, welcome to the family!
Disclaimer- This info is my opinion based on my experiences and resources, please take it as that. Use common sense and the advice of your qualified health professional when making your health decisions. These statements are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. Thank you so much!