Palo Santo For Respiratory Support

Palo Santo For Respiratory Support
"I don't have to chase extraordinary moments to find happiness - it's right in front of me if I'm paying attention and practicing gratitude."
Brene Brown
Before we learn a bit about caring for our respiratory system, here's a wonderful room spray for you to enjoy this week.
Required disclaimer:
*Information regarding historical use of herbs and aromatic plants is for informational purposes only and is not based on modern science, nor should this information be construed as expected results from use.
RESPIRATORY CARE SPOTLIGHT: PALO SANTO 
Palo Santo has an inspiring fragrance and can be diffused for a cleansing and refreshing atmosphere. It can also be used for massage after activity.
//historical uses of palo santo//
The use of palo santo from B. graveolensis traditional in South America, especially in Ecuador. According to the local customs, it was used against the “bad energy” which sometimes actually referred to clinical disease. It was widely used in ritual purification and as a folk medicine for stomach ache, and as a liniment for rheumatism
Historically Palo Santo was used as an herbal medicinal tea (by boiling the stick or sawdust in water) for a respiratory aid for colds, asthma coughs, and relieves headaches or migraines.  It was thought to relieve pain in muscle and joint pain and to decrease inflammation.
HOW TO USE PALO SANTO:
  • Dilute 1 drop with 1 drop of V-6™ or olive oil and apply to the desired area as needed.
  • Diffuse up to 1 hour 3 times daily.


I hope you enjoyed learning about essential oils for respiratory care. If you have any questions  comment here or email me at hello@marieinmontana.com
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Essential Oils For Respiratory Support: Spotlight on KidScents SniffleEase

Essential Oils For Respiratory Support: Spotlight on KidScents SniffleEase
"Gratitude is one of the strongest and most transformative states of being. It shifts your perspective from lack to abundance and allows you to focus on the good in your life, which in turn pulls more goodness into your reality."
Jen Sincero


 Kidscents essential oils are already pre-diluted making them easy to use on children but don't let the name fool you, Adults can use KidScents too. 
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When sniffles and stuffiness affect you or your little one, reach for this relaxing, quieting blend. Formulated for children ages 2 and up, KidScents® SniffleEase™ can be diffused or applied directly to chests or throats. The aroma promotes feelings of health and wellness while also assisting in releasing feelings of discomfort. The natural, relaxing, soothing vapors help promote wellness when inhaled and inspire calm breathing. SniffleEase is a blend of four different kinds of eucalyptus, Palo Santo, Lavender, Dorado Azul, Ravintsara, Myrtle, Marjoram, Pine, Cypress, Black Spruce, and Peppermint.
Let's talk a little bit about each oil that makes up this powerful oil.
The use of palo santo from B. graveolens is traditional in South America, especially in Ecuador. According to the local customs, it was used against the “bad energy” which sometimes actually referred to clinical disease. It was widely used in ritual purification and as a folk medicine for stomach ache, and as a liniment for rheumatism

RESPIRATORY CARE SPOTLIGHT: SNIFFLEEASE

Ancient cultures would make a tea out of spruce shoots that they drank when fighting a fever, persistent cough, and other respiratory ailments. The Native American cultures used spruce for both medicinal and spiritual purposes. It was used to make a healing wound salve, added to baths to help with muscle and joint pain, and used to enhance meditation and worship rituals.

Eucalyptus is a fast-growing evergreen tree native to Australia. As an ingredient in many products, it is used to reduce symptoms of coughs, colds, and congestion. It also features in creams and ointments aimed at relieving muscle and joint pain.
In its native Australia, Eucalyptus Blue was recognized as the most disinfecting of all eucalyptus and was traditionally used to fight off colds and flu.
Topical ointments containing eucalyptus have been used in traditional Aboriginal medicine to support wound healing. Various uses of eucalyptus have spread to other traditional systems around the globe, including Chinese, Indian (Ayurvedic), and Greco-European systems over the past centuries. The French government planted eucalyptus trees in Algeria in 1857. In just five years the trees turned a once marshy land where they were planted, into a drier region, which ultimately reduced the mosquito habitat, giving the eucalyptus the name “fever tree.” The trees went on to be planted in other areas. During the 19th century in England, eucalyptus was used in hospitals to clean urinary catheters. Many studies later revealed that eucalyptus oil contains substances with microbial properties, confirming the British use as a cleaning agent.

The use of cypress as medicine dates back to the time of the Pharaohs, applied for its astringent, tonifying, decongestant, and diuretic properties. It was commonly used for funerals and burial sites. Drawing from its mythological symbolism and associations, the scent is suggested as being helpful during times of transition and grief. As an aromatic plant, it is known for its respiratory, circulatory, and dermatological uses.





The medicinal uses of lavender date back to 2500 BC. The ancient Egyptians used lavender as a preservative and fragrant perfume. The word Lavender is from the Latin word lavare - which means “to wash”.   For centuries lavender has been used for skin ailments. Infusions of lavender were historically used to soothe insect bites, sunburns, and cuts and burns. Queen Victoria was a vocal admirer of the disinfecting properties of lavender and expected her royal residents to use lavender water and distilled oil because she favored it so highly.


Peppermint leaves have been used as a remedy for indigestion since the Ancient Egyptians, and the ancient Greeks and Romans valued it as a stomach soother as well. During the eighteenth century, the herb became popular in Western Europe as a remedy for nausea, vomiting, morning sickness, respiratory infections, and menstrual disorders.
Peppermint was first listed in the London Pharmacopoeia in 1721. In modern times it appears in the British Herbal pharmacopeia as a remedy for intestinal colic, gas, colds, morning sickness, and menstruation pain.

Myrtle occupies a prominent place in the writings of Hippocrates, Pliny, Dioscorides, Galen, and the Arabian writers. It has been prescribed for fever and pain by ancient physicians since at least 2,500 BC in Sumer.
Myrtle's effects are due to high levels of salicylic acid, a compound related to aspirin and the basis of the modern class of drugs known as NSAIDs.
In several countries, particularly in Europe and China, there has been a tradition for prescribing this substance for sinus infections.

Pine has been used extensively in traditional European medicine and has also been used for pharmaceutical preparations.
The Ojibwa used pine to revive consciousness and to make salves for arthritis, muscle pains, sores, wounds, and pains associated with colds and febrile illnesses. Interestingly, Pine was used extensively as wild food in addition to medicine. In times past, pines were a primary dietary supplement for winter as a source of vitamin C and to treat coughs, colds, and fevers.

It is believed that marjoram originally came from the Mediterranean region and Anatolia (Asia Minor) and has been used since ancient times.  The ancient Greeks used this as a natural treatment for many ailments. They believed it helped heal from poison, convulsions, and edema. They called this herb joy mountain and crowned young couples with it during wedding ceremonies.
It was once believed that marjoram helped to nurture love. This herb was added to food to promote civility and love.  Women carried this herb around in bags and it was placed around homes for the sweet fragrance.  It was also used in “love spells.” A young woman would place marjoram under her pillow at night believing that the herb would help reveal her future husband while she was dreaming.

HOW TO USE SNIFFLEEASE
  • Apply directly to the chest or throat and gently massage to promote a soothing experience.
  • Use aromatically to allow soothing vapors.
  • Diffuse before sleep for a soothing atmosphere that promotes feelings of wellness.

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Respiratory Essentials: Breathe Again Roll On.

Respiratory Essentials: Breathe Again Roll On.

Looking for a more natural approach to your health and wellness?  Essential oils were created to support our bodies in a more gentle way without harmful synthetic ingredients. Today we are going to talk about a handy roll-on already made for you making respiratory support quick and easy.

With a refreshing and rejuvenating aroma, Breathe Again™ Roll-On is the perfect companion for early mornings, long days, and tough workouts. This blend combines Peppermint, Myrtle, and Copaiba with four different types of Eucalyptus—including Eucalyptus Blue—to create a powerful, invigorating experience. Breathe Again includes ingredients that have the naturally occurring constituent eucalyptol and comes in a convenient roll-on applicator, so you can easily use it anytime, anywhere.
Required disclaimer:
*Information regarding historical use of herbs and aromatic plants is for informational purposes only and is not based on modern science, nor should this information be construed as expected results from use.
RESPIRATORY CARE SPOTLIGHT: BREATHE AGAIN 
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//historical uses of eucalyptus//
Eucalyptus is a fast-growing evergreen tree native to Australia. As an ingredient in many products, it is used to reduce symptoms of coughs, colds, and congestion. It also features in creams and ointments aimed at relieving muscle and joint pain.
In it’s native Australia, Eucalyptus Blue was recognized as the most disinfecting of all eucalyptus and was traditionally used as a to fight off colds and flu.
Topical ointments containing eucalyptus have been used in traditional Aboriginal medicine to support wound healing. Various uses of eucalyptus have spread to other traditional systems around the globe, including Chinese, Indian (Ayurvedic), and Greco-European systems over the past centuries. The French government planted eucalyptus trees in Algeria in 1857. In just five years the trees turned a once marshy land where they were planted, into a drier region, which ultimately reduced the mosquito habitat, giving the eucalyptus the name “fever tree.” The trees went on to be planted in other areas. During the 19th century in England, eucalyptus was used in hospitals to clean urinary catheters. Many studies later revealed that eucalyptus oil contains substances with microbial properties, confirming the British use as a cleaning agent.






//historical uses of peppermint//
Peppermint leaves have been used as a remedy for indigestion since the Ancient Egyptians, and the ancient Greeks and Romans valued it as a stomach soother as well. During the eighteenth century, the herb became popular in Western Europe as a remedy for nausea, vomiting, morning sickness, respiratory infections, and menstrual disorders.
Peppermint was first listed in the London Pharmacopoeia in 1721. In modern times it appears in the British Herbal pharmacopeia as a remedy for intestinal colic, gas, colds, morning sickness, and menstruation pain.









//historical uses of myrtle//
Myrtle occupies a prominent place in the writings of Hippocrates, Pliny, Dioscorides, Galen, and the Arabian writers. It has been prescribed for fever and pain by ancient physicians since at least 2,500 BC in Sumer.
Myrtle's effects are due to high levels of salicylic acid, a compound related to aspirin, and the basis of the modern class of drugs known as NSAIDs.
In several countries, particularly in Europe and China, there has been a tradition for prescribing this substance for sinus infections.




//historical uses of copaiba//
On the Rio Solimoes in northwest Amazonia, copaiba resin is used topically by indigenous tribes as a wound healer, to stop bleeding, for skin sores and psoriasis, and to treat gonorrhea. Healers and curanderos in the Amazon today use copaiba resin for all types of pain, for skin disorders and insect bites, and to cool inflammation.
In Brazilian herbal medicine systems, the resin is used as a strong antiseptic and expectorant for the respiratory tract (including bronchitis and sinusitis), as an anti-inflammatory and antiseptic for the urinary tract (for cystitis, bladder, and kidney infections), as a topical anti-inflammatory agent for all types of skin problems.

Copaiba resin was first recorded in European medicine in 1625 and has been used there since in the treatment of chronic cystitis, bronchitis, chronic diarrhea, and as a topical preparation for hemorrhoids. In the United States, it was an official drug in the U. S. Pharmacopeia from 1820 to 1910.

HOW TO USE BREATHE AGAIN:
 Apply generously to chest and neck as desired.

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Christmas, Think Out of the Box This Year( Printable Gift Tags and Recipes)

Christmas, Think Out of the Box This Year( Printable Gift Tags and Recipes)

Looking for some unique gift ideas as you tackle that Christmas shopping list? 

 

Whether you’re a DIYer or prefer to have someone do it for you, we have something for everyone.

 

You will be inspired to create affordable gift bundles using premade Young Living products or whip up your own homemade gifts using the DIY recipes. To make things even easier, enjoy these printable recipes a gift tags. When you give  Young Living products you never have to worry about harmful ingredients because they don't use them.  

So whether you make them or buy them, you are sure to make your loved ones feel special. 


Let’s take the stress out of holiday shopping this year! I have some ideas for you that are perfect for anyone on your list. You can either grab the ready-to-go products on your next order from Young Living and have them shipped right to your door OR take advantage of the DIY recipes and get crafty! Don’t forget that when you order through the Essential Rewards monthly box program you get bonus freebies and points back that you can exchange for MORE goodies!! No matter which option you choose you’re still giving the gift of wellness and sharing the best with the people you love! 

Because I like to stay in budget myself you’ll see this handy guide so you can stay within your budget and keep that wallet happy! 

 $ = under $25

$$ = $25 - $50

$$$ = $50 - $100

$$$$ = $100+

 Woohoo! Let’s go!


**I am not a doctor. I am not here to diagnose, treat, or cure any of your illnesses. The content I cover is for informational purposes only.   


If you like me, like getting the biggest bang for your buck, then quality matters to you. Not all essential oils are created equally. When you shop with Young Living you are getting quality products backed by a ‘Seed to Seal’ guarantee that you won’t find anywhere else. You can expect that Young Living will provide you with only the BEST!

 

  • plant material that is grown on corporately-owned farms or carefully vetted partner farms (that you CAN visit!)
  • sustainable farming and sourcing practices, providing the purest oil
  • great care is taken to preserve and protect natural resources
  • hand-weeded fields and ZERO use of pesticides
  • oils that retain all their natural constituents and therapeutic properties
  • use of food-grade distillers with state-of-the-art design and distillation methods
  • low pressure and low-temperature distillation, without the use of solvents or synthetic chemicals
  • rigorous testing on each batch by internal labs and third-party facilities
  • oils that are carefully reviewed through every step of production in order to meet or exceed industry safety and purity standards (beyond organic!)

 

And the best part… if the oils do not meet these high standards they are rejected and will not be bottled as a Young Living product. Now that’s amazing!! 


3 Pretty in Purple 

 

Price Point: $ to $$$

 

Anyone else an #allthingslavender kind of gal? Young Living has a full array of lavender-infused products that you can mix and match to create custom gift sets for any lady on your list. Take a peek!

 

  • Lavender Shampoo/Conditioner
  • Lavender Shower Gel
  • Lavender Lotion
  • Lavender Bath Bombs
  • Lavender Lip Balm
  • Lavender Foaming Hand Soap
  • Lavender Oatmeal Bar Soap
  • LavaDerm Cooling Mist

 

Go all out and grab them all for someone OR grab a few and divide them up into multiple gift sets! I’ve got a spa-themed gift idea I think you’ll love…

 

  1. Order a bottle of Lavender Lotion, a pack of Lavender Bath Bombs, and four Lavender Lip Balms ($63 wholesale).
  2. Order a set of these 2 ozs. containers HERE ($1.17 each).
  3. Head to your nearest dollar store and grab four cute gift bags.
  4. Add one 2 oz. bottle of lotion, one bath bomb, and one lip balm.

 

For right around $20 each, you just created a spa-themed gift set any woman would love! 

 

Feeling like you want to get creative and add a little more lavender to the mix? Whip up a batch of DIY Lavender Bath Melts to include with each set

 Ok, we’ve got to know… what are your family’s top holiday traditions? 


Merry & Bright

 

Price Point: $$$

 

Brighten up someone’s holidays this year by getting them ready for the next season with Mineral Sunscreen, LavaDerm After-Sun Spray, and Coconut Lime Body Butter! These are already made for you and easy to grab!

 

If you didn’t already know, traditional sunscreen can have some pretty harmful ingredients inside. Sunscreen may not be a common holiday gift, but trust me, your recipient will thank you when they realize how valuable a gift this really is. You’re giving the gift of wellness!

 

If you’re feeling crafty try your hand at some DIY Whipped Body Butter. It smells incredible!



Smile Pretty 

 

Price Point: $ to $$

 "All I want for Christmas, is my two front teeth" so we gotta keep them nice, right?! Who doesn’t want a healthier, whiter smile? Give the gift of Thieves! 

 

All of Young Living’s toothpaste is fluoride-free, made without harsh chemicals or synthetics, and gentle on enamel. Grab your favorite tube and pair it with Thieves mouthwash and dental floss. Hop on Amazon and grab some cool bamboo toothbrushes and kick your gift up a notch! 

 

By ordering a 5-pack of 2 oz. tubes of Arombright and grabbing some small plastic containers to split up the mouthwash, you can whip up several gift bundles at a great price! Take a look...

  • 2 oz. Thieves Aromabright - $5.75
  • 2 oz. Thieves Mouthwash - $2.58 (combine 1 oz. mouthwash with 1 oz. distilled water; price includes the cost of a plastic container) 
  • Thieves Dental Floss - $3.00 (when purchased as a 3-pk)

 

Add in a toothbrush and you are still under $15! What a practical gift or stocking stuffer! 

 

Want to add a little more? Make a DIY Throat Spray using the leftover mouthwash OR just use your Thieves and Lemon essential oils

 


 The Gift of Self-Care 

 

Price Point: $ to $$$

 

I am loving the fact that I can grab full-size products and gift them as is OR divvy them up to create multiple gifts, aren’t you? #smartshopper

These oil-infused goodies would make the perfect self-care gift - because we all know how hard it is to make yourself a priority! Give them everything they need from head to toe!

  • Satin Mint Face Scrub
  • LavaMint Softening Foot Scrub
  • Lavender Mint Shampoo and Conditioner
  • Lavender Lip Balm

 

Want to divvy these up? You can! Young Living shampoo and conditioner is extra thick and concentrated so many people dilute it 50/50 with water. Even diluted it still works great for cleansing and conditioning. 

 

Grab those 2 ozs. containers we talked about earlier and add 1 oz. of shampoo/conditioner to each and fill the rest with water. By doing it this way, you can get EIGHT gift-size bottles of shampoo and conditioner out of one, making them only $3.70 each! And that includes the cost of the 2 oz. container! 

 

Grab these ½ oz. jars for just $0.29 each and include a sample of both the Satin Mint Face Scrub and LavaMint Softening Foot Scrub. It may seem like a small amount but a little goes a long way!

 

Package all this and a lip balm in one of these mesh organizers and you’ve got adorable little gift sets perfect for anyone on your list… all for under $25! 

 

Feeling up for another homemade recipe? You could also include an amazing DIY Hand Scrub for silky-smooth hands all year round.

 

Let’s talk stockings. Do you hang the same ones every year? Sentimental ones? Trendy ones? 

 


Cozy Up

 

Price Point: $ to $$$$

 

This gift set would be perfect for any bookworm, homebody, tea-lover or cold-blooded human on your list. =) 

 

Pair one (or more) of these with a cute mug or a warm fleece blanket:

  • Slique Tea
  • Cinnamon Bark Vitality
  • Lemon Vitality
  • Diffuser & Thieves

 

 To keep it super cost-effective, grab an affordable mug from your nearest dollar store. ( I love me a dollar store) fill it with some colorful paper shred and tuck in two Slique tea bags ($1.62) and a bottle of Lemon Vitality ($6.25). That’s less than $10! #teachergift

 

Throw in a little jar of oil-infused honey and I will love you forever! Oh… I mean the lucky recipient will love you forever! ;) Place ¼ cup of honey in a jar and add 5-8 drops of Cinnamon Bark Vitality, Lemon Vitality, or Thieves Vitality for flavoring. This goes so well with a hot cup of Slique tea!

 

Want to add a little flare? These little 2 ozs. glass jars from Amazon and mini wooden honey dippers would be adorable in this gift bundle!

 

Are you a coffee or tea lover? Or both? Neither?


Shutran Man

 

Price Point: $$ to $$$$

 

Don’t worry, I haven’t forgotten about the men in your life. I have a special gift set just for them.

 

Shutran is the PERFECT blend of ten different essential oils specifically designed for men to boost feelings of masculinity and self-confidence. This blend is also found in Young Living’s entire line of Shutran products, giving the men in your life everything they need to stay fresh and clean from head to toe. Simply choose the ones that fit into your budget and you’re good to go!

 

  • Shutran Essential Oil
  • Shutran Bar Soap
  • Shutran 3-in-1 Men’s Wash
  • Shutran Beard Oil
  • Shutran Shave Cream
  • Shutran Aftershave Lotion

 

Once again, you could easily divide up the full-size products into sample sizes to create multiple gift sets or add in a DIY option to stretch those dollars! 

 

Does your man have a beard? 

 

No man to claim? Tell us your favorite holiday character. 


Ageless Beauty

 

Price Point: $ to $$$

 

Your mom, daughter, sister, or grandma (any lady!) will love Young Living’s line of Orange Blossom products! It will keep their skin healthy and glowing! Pick one or all of them for a great gift bundle!

 

  • Charcoal Bar Soap (with Orange Blossom) 
  • Orange Blossom Facial Wash
  • Orange Blossom Moisturizer 

 

Feeling a little more DIY with this one? Try making an incredible Overnight Face Serum.

 


Our Furry Friends

 

Price Point: $ to $$$

 

We can’t forget about those fur babies! I love that Young Living hasn’t forgotten about them either. Our animals are just as susceptible to all the harmful toxins in our everyday products as we are. Thankfully there is a safer alternative for them! Young Living has an entire Animal Scents collection of pre-diluted essential oils you can use directly on your pets, along with shampoo, ointment and pet chews.

 

This is the perfect collection to gift to your own pets or even your friends’ pets. Take some samples to your local veterinarian’s office; I’m sure they would love it!. #brilliant

 

Again, grab full products for each recipient OR divide them up and make multiple gift bundles for under $20 each! Let’s do a little math and break this one down...

 

  • Animal Scents Shampoo - $16.25/8 oz. bottle = $2.03 per ounce
  • Animal Scents Ointment - $24.75/6.3 oz. container = $3.93 per ounce
  • Animal Scents Pet Chews - $20.25/10 ct = $2.03 per chew
  • Animal Scents T-Away - $16.75/15 ml bottle = .05 per drop
  • Animal Scents ParaGize - $11.00/15 ml bottle = .04 per drop


Need container ideas? Try these: 

 

 

Wrap each pet chew in its own food-safe cellophane bag or add a DIY element and make your own Sweet Potato Puppy Muffins using the recipe from prouddogmom.com.


 Have any pets of your own? Tell us a little bit about them in the comments below! 

 

Not a pet lover? Tell us why. Ha! 


 Fresh from the Kitchen

 

Price Point: $ to $$$$

 

Know anyone that loves to cook or bake? How about someone that loves to eat? ;) This is the perfect gift AND it’s easy on the budget too! 

 

Once again, head to your nearest dollar store and grab a mixing bowl, some spoons and spatulas, maybe add in an oven mitt or apron and your favorite cookbook. Pair that with some Young Living Vitality oils and BAM! You have a deliciously, affordable gift set.

 

There are over 45 oils to pick from in the Vitality line and many at varying price points - you can grab Lime Vitality for as little as $5.75 wholesale! You can decide which ones will work for you but here are some member favorites…

 

  • Lemon Vitality
  • Basil Vitality
  • Rosemary Vitality
  • Orange Vitality 
  • Peppermint Vitality
  • Lavender Vitality
  • Cinnamon Bark Vitality

 

If you want Young Living to do the work for you just grab the Vitality Culinary Kit. It includes six of the most popular Vitality oils as well as a high-quality stainless steel mixing bowl with a silicone lid, four stainless steel and silicone utensils (whisk, spatula, scraper, and serving spoon), the Vitality Culinary Cookbook, and a bamboo oil rack. #easy

 

If you’re in the mood to whip up a DIY then grab a couple mugs, some marshmallows, some Vitality oils, and attach the recipe for Holiday Hot Cocoa

 



A Gift For You

 

Wow! SO many amazing ways to tackle that holiday shopping list! You can find something for everyone here, including YOU! 

If you have not gifted yourself a Young Living membership yet, there is no time like the present (see what I did there, HA)! Then you can make these fun recipes for yourself or as  gifts all year long  AND you will be decresing the number of synthetic chemicals in your home. Which is better for you, your family and even your pets.

 

 You can get all of your products at 24% off and have access to many other membership perks like Essential Rewards - the best monthly subscription box around!

 

How do you become a member? It’s simple! Just pick out your favorite starter kit and the lifetime membership comes absolutely FREE! 

 

You can grab a ready-made Essential Oils Premium Starter Kit (valued at over $400), for only $165. It comes with a diffuser and 12 of the most popular oils plus a few extras.

 

If you’re wanting to customize your starter kit select the Basic Starter Kit for $35 and then add on whatever products you want!. The Basic Kit includes your FREE membership, a bottle of Stress Away, and a few other awesome goodies. #options

 

Be sure to say YES to the Essential Rewards program when you pick out your kit! Keep reading to find out why… 


Essential Rewards

 

Essential Rewards is a monthly subscription program with LOTS of perks. You get to choose what comes inside your box AND when it processes! Leave it as is or change it every month... up to you! 

 

You can now enroll in Essential Rewards right away! Your starter kit can count as your first ER box. That means you'll get a FREEBIE (varies with each month) plus 10% back in rewards points RIGHT AWAY!! (Note: If you choose the Basic Kit be sure to add 100pv of additional product if you want the freebies.)

 

Your ER subscription also unlocks access to YL Go and YL Go+, our exclusive shipping subscriptions that offer fast, easy, free shipping credits with priority processing!

  • Limited to ONE Essential Rewards order per month
  • Minimum order amount of 50 PV (Product Value)
  • Can still order additional items through a One-Time Order if needed
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  • Loyalty gifts every 3 months for the first year then once a year thereafter
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Use this link to set up your account and order your favorite starter kit!

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 When you use my link to start your wholesale account, I will send you a welcome package to get you started using your essential oils right away. I will also add you to our private Facebook group where you will learn all you want to about your oils. You can have all the oils in the world but if you do not know how to use them, they are useless and a waste of money and we don't want that!

**Also as a gift from me because it is Christmas time... I will credit your Young Living account with $25 for you to use on future orders!! ** IMPORTANT**  please email me at outandaboutstyles@gmail.com or hello@marieinmontana.com and let me know you started your membership using this promotion so I can deposit your credit.

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