EP74: All About Essential Oils with Erin Chamerlik
IN THIS EPISODE:
My colleague, Erin Chamerlik is well versed in the wonderful world of essential oils and agreed to come on our show to teach you all about their magical powers and practical applications.
So if you haven't incorporated them into your life yet, have a listen because they are life changing!
Here are a few of the highlights:
- What essential oils are
- Where they are derived
- What you need to know about choosing high-quality oils
- The history of essential oils
- The MANY therapeutic benefits of peppermint oil
- Why she calls lavender oil the "Swiss army knife" of essential oils
- Erin's favorite essential oil
- Why essential oils have such profound effects on the body
- Which oils can help you lose weight and burn fat
- Essential oils that can help curb appetite and cravings
- Which oils can help relieve stress
- Which oils can help Candida
- Which oils encourage winter wellness
- Which oils are good for your skin
- Which oils will put a little pep in your step
- Which oils can help you focus
- Which oils can help reduce anxiety
- Erin's favorite essential oil recipe
- Who should NOT be using essential oils
- Which ones pregnant women should avoid
- And much more!
Connect with Erin on her website here:
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