We are indeed living through stressful times.
Stress can affect your mental and physical health in so many ways.
· digestive problems · anxiety · headaches · depression · sleep problems · weight gain · memory and concentration issues · high blood pressure ...
Aromatherapy reduces your stress, and gives you a fresh start
Essential Oils for stress relief:
Lavender, Chamomile, Lemon
Sweet Orange, Neroli,
Ylang ylang, Bergamot, Frankincense
(Caution: Do not apply undiluted essential oils directly on your skin—dilute with a carrier oil)
DIY Aroma Craft menu
Enjoy the Fragrances you like !!!
Put water in an ‘Aroma pot’ or Diffuser and add a few drops of your favorite essential oils.
Enjoy your Bath time
Mix a few drops of essential oils with salt or milk and add to your bath.
Make your own bath salt:
1/4Cup Natural sea Salt
1/8 Cup Epsom Salt ,
1/8Cup Baking Soda
1/2 tablespoon Carrier Oil (Sweet Almond or other oil)
5-10 Drops Essential Oil
** Mix Carrier Oil and Essential Oil then, mix with rest of the ingredients
Tanzen Essential Oil
Origin :France 15 ML $16
Has calming effects on the body and mind, reducing stress, anxiety, as well as hysteria. Because of its antiseptic properties it can be used to heal minor wounds, cuts, bee stings, and protects against minor infections throughout the body
· Our French Lavender Oil is 100% Pure and Natural - without additives, pesticides or carrier oils.
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Have a nice Day
We are indeed living through stressful times.
Spend a comfortable summer day with Aromatherapy !!!
Scent of Lavender advocates natural chemical free life !!!
DIY Safe & Natural Mosquito Repellent
Power of Essential Oil:
Plants survived through the history, fighting against many different bugs. And there are many essential oils which work as bug repellents.
Recipe for Mosquito repellent
Preparation: A glass sprayer bottle (60 ml)
1 oz (30ml) Witch Hazel
• 15 drops Citronella Essential Oil
• 15 drops Eucalyptus Essential Oil
• 15 drops Lemongrass Essential Oil
Mix all and shake well.
Essential Oils effective for other bugs
Fly - Rose Geranium , Ants - Lemon, Marjoram,
Termite (ground) - Lemongrass, Fleas - Thyme, Lavender
Cockroaches - Mint, Lavender, Eucalyptus
Spider - Cinnamon , Patchouli for most of the bugs
Stay Safe ! Have a nice and a safe summer !!
I love exercise in the morning make me feel refreshed !
We have no cure for Corvid19 at this present time, what only we can do to prevent is booting our body
immunity . Regular exercise boot our immunity against illness .
article from : https://medlineplus.gov/ency/article/007165.htm#start
Physical activity may help flush bacteria out of the lungs and airways. This may reduce your chance of getting a cold, flu, or other illness. Exercise causes change in antibodies and white blood cells (WBC). WBCs are the body's immune system cells that fight disease. These antibodies or WBCs circulate more rapidly, so they could detect illnesses earlier than they might have before.
The brief rise in body temperature during and right after exercise may prevent bacteria from growing. This temperature rise may help the body fight infection better. (This is similar to what happens when you have a fever.)
Exercise slows down the release of stress hormones. Some stress increases the chance of illness. Lower stress hormones may protect against illness.
Article from : Web MD
Should You Exercise When You Have a Cold?
If you're looking for a safe way to prevent colds, regular exercise may be the ticket. And you don't have to run a marathon, either. Moderate activity is all you need.
Exercise improves your overall fitness, which can help boost your immune system -- the body's defense against infections.
Some studies show that "moderate intensity" exercise may cut down the number of colds you get. That type of activity includes things like a 20- to 30-minute walk every day, going to the gym every other day, or biking with your kids a few times a week.
In one study in the American Journal of Medicine, women who walked for a half-hour every day for 1 year had half the number of colds as those who didn't exercise. Researchers found that regular walking may lead to a higher number of white blood cells, which fight infections.
In another study, researchers found that in 65-year-olds who did regular exercise, the number of T-cells -- a specific type of white blood cell -- was as high as those of people in their 30s.
Dear Valued Customers,
We are dedicated to the health and well-being of our clients.
As we all know, the events of the past days due to the evolving COVID-19 situation, we are taking extra measures to ensure the safety of our clients.
To observe and act according to our Governor’s order, we are not offering service since Marth 6, 2020 until further notice from the Authorities.(Our E-commerce/internet shop is open)
I will be available by phone to give you any skin-care consultation at any time for your convenience.
As you are aware, we keep our salon clean as possible at ALL times. The following illustrates what we do at all times:
*We use medical grade disinfectants system. (See Photo below)
*We use mostly disposable cleaning agents. (Except metal implements).
*Our linens and towels are cleaned and sanitized by Medico (a linen service company for medical professionals).
Your favorite and or needed skin care items can be ordered through our web-site. http://scentoflavender.com/
Please take a very good care of yourself and your loved ones and Remember that we will come out of this stronger than ever; Keep elevating yourself! AND HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL SOON!!! Keep the Faith!
• What you need to know about Zika Virus
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – The tiny, tadpole-like larvae never saw it coming. Neither did the team of medical researchers that had just killed them.
At the University of New Mexico’s Health Sciences Center, doctors in the Division of Infectious Diseases have been trying for years to find a safe, cheap and easy way to kill Aedes aegypti, the mosquito that transmits dengue fever. They’ve known they had a way to kill Aedes larvae. What they didn’t see coming was that a little-known disease discovered 70 years ago might provide the urgency they needed to get their solution into the public eye.
The Aedes mosquito also carries the Zika virus.
The emerging virus has caused alarm during its rapid spread through South and Central American countries. Cases of Zika have been reported in the United States and the World Health Organization has deemed the outbreak a public health emergency.
The disease often manifests itself in relatively benign, flu-like symptoms. But it is particularly dangerous to pregnant women. Children of women infected by the Zika virus seem to have a higher occurrence of a condition called microcephaly, in which infants have an underdeveloped skull and often a smaller brain. Its exact link to Zika is uncertain.
News of the virus spread almost as fast as — and now faster than — Zika itself. Reports are often accompanied by pictures of masked men blowing fog into tropical backyards and alleyways. The fog is a chemical insecticide.
“The rationale being that if you use a low enough concentration, it probably doesn’t harm people,” said Dr. Ravi Durvasula, chief of the center’s infectious diseases division. “But really, it’s pesticide and it’s in the water supply and this is the water that people drink.”
Two researchers working with Durvasula — Scott Matthews, M.D. and Ivy Hurwitz, Ph.D. — have found what they believe is a safe way to kill Aedes larvae using an elegant Trojan-horse strategy.
Matthews explained that the water-borne larvae are preoccupied with eating as they begin their journey into life. The larvae are storing up energy to shift their existence to the month-long life of an adult Aedes mosquito.
“It needs to eat a lot to grow fast. So, anybody with a teenager knows that it takes a lot of food to put on body mass,” he said.
Matthews and Hurwitz have been feeding the larvae one of the young mosquitoes’ favorite foods: yeast. The tiny particles have a thick, sugary outer shell that’s nearly irresistible to the larvae. Given the choice, they have eaten their way to adulthood on nothing but yeast.
But the researchers found a way to “crack” the yeast particle and replace the nutrients inside that outer shell with common lemongrass oil. The yeast particle only breaks down once it connects with an enzyme inside the larval gut.
“When they break it down, out comes the essential oil and kills the larvae,” Matthews said.
The results have been astounding.
“Very, very compelling,” said Durvasula, “One hundred percent mortality in every case for these mosquitoes. It works.”
Unlike a chemical insecticide, which often uses a single pathway such as the nervous system to kill an insect, the lemongrass oil kills the larvae using multiple systems. The effect is a natural insecticide that is much more difficult for the larvae to resist.
It’s also much safer for humans. It is relatively inexpensive and, the team hopes, easily deployable to developing countries where diseases like dengue fever and Zika are endemic.
The team is working with the university’s tech-transfer department to find a partner — either government, corporate, or non-profit — to pay for real-world testing.
In the meantime, the researchers plan to ramp up their testing regimen. The plan is to drop the yeast particles in dirtier water that can simulate what’s found in the ponds, puddles and pools of the cities where Zika is spreading faster than governments can keep up with it.
Home Made Essential Oil Repellent Spray
4 oz. Clean Glass Spray Bottle with a fine mist setting.
1.5 fl. ounces of Distilled Water and 1.5 fl. ounces of High-proof Vodka.
15 drops Citronella Essential Oil
10 drops Lavender Essential Oil
10 drops Eucalyptus Essential Oil
5 drops Lemongrass Essential Oil
Directions: Fill the spray bottle with the choice of either 1.5 fl. ounces of distilled water and 1.5 fl. ounces of alcohol or 3 fl. ounces of distilled water. (Even though a 4 oz. bottle is suggested, leave about 1 oz. unfilled so you can shake the bottle well between uses.) Then, add the essential oils.
To Use Follow Directions Carefully: Shake the bottle before each use. Essential oils do not fully dissolve in water and alcohol and will settle. If you do not shake the bottle, you risk having concentrated droplets of essential oil irritate your skin.
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