The Adventure of Learning to Use Essential Oils Effectively Part 2

The Adventure of Learning to Use Essential Oils Effectively Part 2

In part 1 of this blog entry, we discussed different models of using essential oils and finding the model that best fits your needs. Your situation and desired result will determine the essential oil and application method you choose.

However, the simplest way to use an essential oil is to put a few drops in your hands (dilute if necessary), rub clockwise a few times, inhale, and then apply to your neck, feet, or Read More…

The Adventure of Learning to Use Essential Oils Effectively, Part 1

The Adventure of Learning to Use Essential Oils Effectively, Part 1

Using pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils is more than just a moment of aromatherapy. It is a way of using the amazing gifts nature has given us to safely and effectively support the body’s natural processes. Essential oils offer a natural way to experience these powerful benefits without needing an extensive education.

Here are a few basic guidelines to be aware of before your start learning to use essential oils:

Everyone’s experience and response to the oils Read More…

Lavender, Lemon, Purification, & Thieves Essential Oils

How to Use Lavender, Lemon,

Purification, & Thieves Essential Oils

by Jen Springer

Do you want oils that do a bunch of stuff?

These super popular oils are the freebies for Feb. 2013 for orders of 185 PV or more.  These are some of my favorite Young Living Oils!

You can read all sorts of research and references on what these do, but I’m going to share how I use them personally.  These are just shy of 1/2 of what’s in the EveryDay Oils kit – which are the most popular oils at Young Living.

My uses for Lavender, Lemon, Purification, & Thieves: Read More…

2/11/13 Webinar: Natural Cat Care Basics




Natural Cat Care Basics

with Jen Springer

Ever wanted to go natural with common health troubles with your kitties?

Would you like to help feed, provide veterinary care, and give shelter to cats that have been left homeless awaiting their “new people”?

Now’s your chance to help them and while you learn at the same time!

Of course you don’t want to replace veterinary care; that would be silly. However, there are many ways you can use complementary therapies to care for the everyday annoyances your cat may face.

Are Your Frustrated with Any Of the 7 Most Common Kitty Hassles?

  1. Hair balls / vomiting
  2. Congestion / sneezing
  3. Nervousness / scaredy cat
  4. Stinky nasty ears
  5. Fleas & other uninvited guests
  6. Urinary challenges
  7. Goopy eyes

You won’t want to miss this webinar if you’d like to learn how you can deal with these stubborn 7 using common sense ways to address these troubles using gentle natural techniques such as aromatherapy, flower essences, and kitchen tricks.

100% of the event’s tuition is a donation to help Cat’s Cradle Shelter, Fargo ND .  This no kill shelter’s mission is to create a more humane and compassionate world one cat at a time.  They rescue, care for, protect, and place cats for adoption in loving lifelong homes, and work to prevent abuse, neglect and cruelty to animals by educating the citizens our community in the proper and humane care of not only cats, but all animals.

Your presenter for this webinar is Jen Springer. She was introduced to complimentary therapies by her veterinarians in 2001. Amazed by the results her own animals had using nutrition, aromatherapy, herbs, and energy work – Jen learned as much as she could and started teaching natural living for humans and pets .  Currently Jen’s maintains a small consulting practice and spends most of her time conducting workshops and seminars.


Register now for this 1 hour webinar! Help send love to the kitties while getting new and fun information to help the critters you love the most.





Pssst … one more thing, tell a friend using the share buttons below and you will help more kitties!

Holiday Gift Ideas 2012 for Men & Women

Holiday Gift Ideas 2012 for Men & Women

by Jen Springer

Need holiday gift ideas for him and her this year?

We all want to give the different, exciting, and original gift that nobody else has thought of. You can make shopping simple this year by giving aromatherapy & essential oils that are perfect for relaxation, stress relief, and showing the people in your life how much you care about their health.

Essential oils and aromatherapy, not just for smelling good anymore. How about replacing the toxic junk in the medicine cabinet with God’s natural medicine. Besides, they smell incredible.

Ningxia Red, the super fabulous tasting and mega super food infusion is a gift loved by people who hate eating their fruits and veggies and would much rather drink a few ounces of delectable sweetness.

Be a hero and give the gift of massage that can be done every night.

The Vitassage massager delivers essential oils and a gentle vibration so that even if you have not talent giving back rubs, but now you will!  Add oils trio combinations like lavender, grapefruit, & cypress for stress or Valor, peppermint, and thyme for a mini Raindrop.

How about the spicey rich tea? Slique tea and essential oil blend are the secret weapon against gaining the Holiday pounds this year!  Secret tip: drink 30 minutes before a meal and be sure to savor the tea’s aroma … you’ll eat less.

Other gifts include: non-toxic personal care and nutrition for kids, aromatherapy diffuser to make your home smell great and fight nasty bugs that the winter season presents, and the ART beauty mask and serum with the intoxicating beautiful fragrance of the Thai Orchid.


Happy Holidays and you can reach Jen HERE for questions or how to get these crowd pleasing gifts.



Jen Springer is a Holistic Nutrition Expert who currently serves 10,000 clients.  Her approach to health is refreshing and out of the box, yet makes so much sense.  Through her entertaining and informative webinars, blog posts, and personal recovery program Let’s Get Physical: Anxiety is NOT All in Your Head, her clients quickly get results even though  they’ve spent years of chasing for answers. Jen has been a health educator and practitioner for the last 10 years.