Want a different kind of snack?
Add 1 drop Oregano oil to some plain spaghetti sauce, slice up some zucchini for “crust”, and add whatever toppings for easy mini-pizzas. (Bake at 375 for 8 to 10 minutes.)
I call this my “Thankful” diffuser blend. I love the blend of Ginger, Cinnamon, and Clove together! What are you grateful for today?
Many of you have asked for diffuser Blends. This will be a Gallery of blends. The use of a cool water diffuser can change the your environment in may ways. Cleansing the air, changing the mood in the room – some of those things are focus, relaxation, energize, motivation. Got children and you need to help them focus on school work? Having a problem winding down in the evening? Got a pet that brings in some unwelcome guests? Diffusion is so easy…
Healthy No-Bake Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies
From: Mama Z ‘s Kitchen
Here is a super simple Garden Fresh Salsa Recipe that we have been making this summer:
3 medium sized tomatoes (one yellow tomatoe gives it a fun color)
Stir and eat with your favorite corn chips.
Cilantro: Is helpful for cleansing and detoxifying. Can also Assist with digestion.
Lime: Supports healthy immune function and antioxidant support. Can positively affects mood with stimulating and refreshing properties.
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Pineapple Nectarine Salsa with Lime and Cilantro essential oils:
1 pineapple, sliced and diced
2 small nectarines, diced (if you want more nectarine, feel free to put more in)
1/2 cup chopped cilantro
1/2 cup red onion, diced (about half a medium onion)
5 drops Lime essential oil
2 drops Cilantro essential oil
3 tsp sea salt
This is a much-loved combo, and for good reason! It’s perfect to increase alertness, or when you need a quick pick-me-up:
2 drops wild orange essential oil
2 drops peppermint essential oil
This blend is wonderful for creating a welcoming atmosphere in your home. It’s bright and fresh:
2 drops lavender essential oil
2 drops lemon essential oil
2 drops rosemary essential oilRead More…
Healthy Recipe found on: NutriBullet
Looking to build your skeletal strength? Be sure to Blast foods high in magnesium, including wheat bran, cashews, spinach, almonds and cacao. Like calcium, magnesium is stored in bone, contributing to skeletal strength and is released from the bones by osteoclast breakdown into the blood stream to assist other bodily functions.
Restore your lost magnesium stores with these foods – and starting with this Blast, a tasty mix of bone-building power.