Ideas for your August Wellness Box

Ideas for your August Wellness Box
Would it be helpful to have some affordable seasonal ideas for your next YL order? I’ve put together 8 Top Wellness Box Ideas for August & I’d love to share them with you! 

The first box I share is the GUT HEALTH box - grab it HERE!
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NingXia Red really is THAT amazing!

NingXia Red really is THAT amazing!



‼️ NEW Ningxia Red clinical trials ‼️

This is amazing - YL just had a clinical study completed and the results are what Ningxia Red drinkers have known for a long time! It makes you feel BETTER ☺️ And if you haven’t been a NR drinker, now may be the time to start 🙌🏼
This study was:
✔️Conducted by a third party (not YL)
✔️Randomized and controlled
✔️Authorized by the Independent Ethics Review Board
👉 Participants consumed 2oz of Ningxia Red per day for 60 days. Results include:
❤️ clinically shown to significantly increase physical energy levels by 35%
❤️ clinically shown to improve sleep patterns and increase time asleep when used consecutively for 60 days
❤️ clinically shown to support healthy inflammation response
❤️ clinically shown to reduce daily stress by 23% and improve mental well being. (This effect was amplified in WOMEN participants)
❤️ clinically shown to promote healthy respiratory function
Where are my Ningxia Red drinkers?? Who’s going to try it for the first time??
Here is the link to the study:
You can share this information FAR and WIDE!!  

We all experienced this by using NingXia Red, but now we have the studies to back up our claims!!!



Summertime fun in the Sun but STAY SAFE!

Summertime fun in the Sun but STAY SAFE!

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Intentional imprinting! You want to open this and read!!!!


As the name indicates, aromatherapy is a therapy that uses aromas. Aromatherapy is a branch of botanical medicine that uses volatile and aromatic plant compounds. Because of the unique direct relationship between emotions and olfaction within the brain, essential oils can help “unlock” stored memories and emotions. When you breathe in essential oils, molecules enter the limbic system and elicit an emotional response. An aversion to a particular oil may indicate something more than just personal preference. It could actually be stirring an unpleasant emotional reaction. Conversely, oils that bring about positive emotions are likely favored.


Intentional imprinting is a POWERFUL way to take control of your emotions by using essential oils, well, intentionally! Below are the steps:

1. You will be choosing (4) different essential oils and/or essential oil blends to correspond with one of the following emotions:
  • Anger/Frustration
  • Sadness
  • Overwhelm/Stress
  • Anxiety/Fear
2. Now, keep these oils on you or in places where you experience the opposite of the
emotions above. You will inhale your selected oil to start imprinting your limbic system to elicit the particular emotional response you want to occur when you want the emotion experienced.

For example, the opposite emotion of anger/frustration is calm. I choose to use
lavender essential oil in times of calm or when I experience a sense of calm in my life.
Examples of calm moments in my life might be in the evenings after my children have been put to bed or when I am in the shower taking a few moments to myself for self-
care and relaxation. I will inhale lavender at these moments of calm as consistently as I
can. Now, when I am feeling angry or frustrated, I need to take my bottle of
lavender and inhale deeply. If I have been consistent for about 30 days, then my limbic
system should be triggered by the lavender aroma to bring about a feeling of calm.

3. Be consistent. Try to inhale your chosen oil when you are feeling calm, happy, peaceful, or courageous every time you feel that emotion. It will take about 30 days to imprint your limbic system. Be patient with yourself if it takes longer. You need to remember to be intentional and conscious of your use of oils with your emotions.

Below are listed the (4) emotions we will be focusing on and the opposite emotions that we want to elicit. There are also suggested essential oils and blends for your consideration. Honestly, there is no right or wrong oil to pair with an emotion. I suggest trying to pick oils that you are drawn to.

Anger/Frustration – Calm
- lavender, bergamot, cedarwood, cypress, rose, melissa, orange, frankincense, geranium, helichyrsum, lemon, mandarin, sandalwood

Sadness – Joy, happy, blissful
- orange, geranium, helichrysum, joy, lime, lemon, citrus fresh

Overwhelm/Stress - Peace, tranquil, relaxing
- stress away, vetiver, peace & calming, cedarwood, lavender, tangerine

Anxiety/Fear – Courage, valor, bravery
- valor, peace & calming, sandalwood, bergamot, clary sage, geranium, juniper, marjoram, orange, Roman chamomile, myrrh, rose, ylang ylang


Thanks for your inbox this month!!! Have a great day!

How I Did Carnivore While Traveling and Attending Meeting!!!

Earlier this week our family attended a two-day all day church conference, and I knew I needed to have food on hand to stick to my meaty way of eating! 

We all like tips, right?  Here are my tips for what I packed to be ready, as well as what I ate from the hotel lobby.  For general info, we stayed at the Holiday Inn Express.  

What I packed:
- Leftover hamburger patties, 1/3# each
- 2 Ribeyes (12 oz each)
- microwavable bacon 🥓
- Frigo brand beef and cheese sticks
- Epic brand beef, venison, chicken, and salmon jerky
- 8 pats of butter 

What I got from the breakfast buffet:
- butter (pats and pats!)
- pork sausage patties and links
- hard boiled eggs

I can't forget Redmond's Real Salt!

I ended up the two days with a Ribeye and a lot of the jerky, as well as most of the butter.  

In another post, I'll tell you where and what I ate so you can see how this all shook out over the two days.  





 
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