As we ring in the new year along with a whole new decade, it’s the perfect time for an introduction. Some members of the dōTERRA family might find themselves asking exactly what Hinoki is, and why they haven’t heard about it before.
Fragrant and graceful, magnolia flowers are beloved as a symbol of spring’s arrival. They thrive in the bright sunlight, blossoming beautifully when their time comes. Magnolia essential oil is derived from China, where the sturdy petals of the flower are steam distilled.
Remember simpler times? Let’s take a moment to return to the basics with two streamlined essential oil recipes. The beauty of these recipes is that they appeal to those just beginning with dōTERRA® as well as to those who need a refreshing reminder of where they began.
Sourced from the swaying blades of a grass native to the humid wetlands of Nepal, Palmarosa’s rosyscent makes us lean in with closed eyes to drink in its beautiful aroma. Also known as Indian geranium, Palmarosa is waiting to add its welcoming, refreshing capabilities to your dōTERRA® lineup!
For something a little different, today’s showcase features an exclusive oil that is currently available only as part of a larger package, the Winter Protection Kit. Because it’s nested within this kit and not available for individual purchase, it would be easy to miss it; but don’t!
Melissa is more than just a beautiful, popular girls’ name. It’s one of the rarest and most valuable dōTERRA essential oils, so much so that some owners choose extra secure locations for the safekeeping of this precious bottle! Why in the world would someone place their Melissa under lock and key? Let’s find out more about the value of this Mediterranean beauty.
Have you considered using the resources you already have at your fingertips – namely, your dōTERRA collection – to create a homemade and heartfelt present just for him? Read on for two recipes, one spicy and one musky, that may hold the key to gift-giving inspiration!
Kitchen counters can often be covered end-to-end with all sorts of dishes (and messes) especially as we are staying in and cooking more often. Check out this fresh-smelling kitchen spray with this fruit and forest combination.
An exciting upgrade recently took place at dōTERRA. Does your essential oil collection reflect it yet? White Fir finished out its day in the spotlight and was replaced by Siberian Fir. Let’s find out why this newer oil on the block is deserving of our attention!