I’ve had many people ask me “But what if my essential oils freeze?” In fact, I’ve had that same concern. There are, after all, medications that cannot be frozen without changing their properties, so what about essential oils? Will essential oils freeze? And if they do, what does that mean?
Tea Tree Essential Oil is a widely used and researched essential oil. It’s another great oil to purchase if you are just starting your journey with oils, and it’s a must have if you are more of an essential oil guru. It’s wide range of uses included many practical applications, so it is easy to incorporate into your day-to-day living.
Myrrh Essential Oil is an oil with earthy scents and a calming aroma. It was one of the gifts brought to Jesus by the wise men. It is also a popular addition to many beauty and skin care products due to its moisturizing properties.
Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil is one that I’ve just begun to use a little more. It’s ironic because it is a main component within one of my absolute must have oils – Thieves. A spicy and refreshing oil to diffuse, use in massages, or incorporate into your immune support routine, Cinnamon Bark is definitely an oil to have in your cabinet!
Frankincense oil was one of the gifts brought to Jesus by the wise men. Whether or not it was this Frankincense or a specific type called Sacred Frankincense, it is not known. But either way, Frankincense Essential Oil is a powerful oil that has so many practical uses.