Friday

Free to Pee!

CONTEsT!

In honor of snaughling, diapers and MS, I am running a contest to help promote Wearever incontinence underwear and build awareness around their MS projects such as fundraising for the MS Foundation.

Introducing the #FreetoPee contest!

Wearever provides financial donations to MS Foundation, who in return provides us all with lots of great information.

So, to enter the contest:

1. Check out the array of products at Wearever and see how they could make your life easier with MS

2. Share and Like Wearever:

"Like us" on Facebook

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"Follow us" on Twitter and Pinterest

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· Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/weareverus/

 

It's that easy!

Remeber - Your input could help others in the same situation.

 

 

 

Essential Oils and Multiple Sclerosis

What is multiple sclerosis and how might essential oils help?

According to the National MS Society:
"Multiple sclerosis (MS) involves an immune-mediated process in which an abnormal response of the body’s immune system is directed against the central nervous system (CNS), which is made up of the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves. The exact antigen — or target that the immune cells are sensitized to attack — remains unknown, which is why MS is considered by many experts to be "immune-mediated" rather than "autoimmune."

And we know MS as being a royal pain the rear. So how can we learn to live just a bit better?  Because sometimes it just takes a "bit"!

With this in mind, it's time to try some natural solutions that might help calm the autoimmune response and find overall health in the body, mind and soul. Time for essential oils!

I have had positive results using several oils for everything from sleep, nervousness to clearer breathing and wanting more energy. I have found better living through essential oils. Quality of essential oils is a must. The highest quality insures the safest and most effective way to use essential oils whether it's ingested or used topically.
The beginning is always the toughest. Taking that first step. Well, I did and I am not looking back! Essential oils are helping me manage my MS so I can live better. There is a lot to learn about which oils might help you for which MS symptom. Call me and let's chat!  818-585-
Time to change your medicine cabinet!
I am excited about continuing to change my medicine cabinet! Essential oils can help with any issue, medical, mental or physical. I started with the Oil solution for allergies, asthma and it sold me! One inhale and I'm ten times better.

In learning more about essential oils and multiple sclerosis I came across the following protocol for possibly helping with MS:

I found this years ago. This is NOT my protocol. Just one that looked interesting. I am not a medical professional and do. Not make recommendations  just suggestions for you to research

MS protocol with essential oils

While each person presents a unique health situation, I recommend that protocol for each is customized to match their healing requirements. A general rule of thumb for managing multiple sclerosis is to reduce inflammation, sooth nerves, provide a calm energy, provide comfort to aches and pains, and to enliven those numb and tingling areas.  With this in mind here is a general Protocol for multiple sclerosis using essential oils, adapted from a variety of sites and personal experience:

Essential Oil Users Have Found The Following To Assist In Multiple Sclerosis Support:

The Life Long Vitality supplements are suggested by some. . Start taking them as soon as possible.

Initial Cleanse

Depending upon health of patient, start with the GX Assist and the PB Assist in a protocol of 10 days GX, 5 days PB, wait 10 days and repeat, wait 10 days and repeat. Do this quarterly. This is a cleanse specifically designed for auto immune disease.

Drop 2-3 drops of Frankincense under the tongue 4 times a day for two weeks.

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Ongoing Support:

Continue the Lifelong Vitality supplements

Morning: Topically apply Peppermint to the bottoms of the feet, take internally, and diffuse.

During the day: add 1-3 drops of Lemon to each glass of water. (drink lots of water-use glass containers ONLY)

Evening: Topically apply Frankincense to the bottoms of the feet, take internally, and diffuse.
Make a mix of following MS recipe:

· 10 drops Helichrysum

· 10 drops Frankincense

· 10 drops Sandalwood

· 5 drops Basil

· 3 drops Peppermint

Rub 1-3 drops of the MS recipe on brain reflexology points, the forehead, temples and mastoids (just behind the ears) and massage 6-8 drops of oil blend from the base of the skull down the spine

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Additional Help:

Other protocols (Listen to your body, it will tell you what you need). Consider the following for their benefits:

· If a flare up or an exacerbation occurs layer (topically apply one oil after another with 1 to 5 minutes between) Peppermint and Frankincense on the bottoms of the feet and/or the affected area.

· If choking put 2-3 drops of Frankincense in a shot glass half full of water and swallow slowly.

· If discouraged diffuse Citrus Bliss or other uplifting oils.

· To prevent picking up a infectious disease (that might trigger an exacerbation) diffuse OnGuard or Purify regularly. Rub OnGuard on the feet nightly.

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Also consider these oils in supplemental ways:

· Helichrysum – strong regenerative properties for nerve tissue

· Sandalwood – similar properties as frankincense (antibacterial, antiviral, soothing)

· Clove – one of the strongest agents to kill pathogens


 I had never heard of helichrysum before. (I have helichrysum on order!) it's part of the daisy family, asteraceae. I will check it out more on this oil. Looks promising!

There are many benefits to using essential oils for holistic health and wellness. Any time we can find alternative ways to reach a healthy life, it's worth it!

It's time to be aware of what we put in our bodies.

Want to learn more about essential oils and living a more stress free life? 

Contact me today for a private consult!
Caroline at 818-585-5660
Thegirlwithms@gmail.com