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My One Word is BREATHE

November 11, 2018

On my drive down to Lewes, I started listening to the Audible book Just Breath Mastering breathwork for success in life, Business and Beyond by Dan Brule. I have been drawn to this book for quite some time, and finally bought it and downloaded it.  Once I started listening to it, I felt that I had found the missing piece of a puzzle that I have been looking for to sum up in one word the direction that I was going in.   Let me paresis this by saying that I also just finished the book One Word by Jon Gordon who talks about focusing on one word for a year. The simple power of One Word is that it impacts all six dimensions of your life – mental, physical, emotional, relational, spiritual, and financial. He also has a book out called Life Word. Which I think that I found, I also think it may be the path that I am being called to and my life purpose. That word is BREATHE!

As I was driving down today, Breathe just fit the direction my life and business is going!!! The obvious one is the Laughter Yoga that I have been practicing and sharing since March 2014. Which is right after the time my chronic pain started and I was searching for Something/Anything to help navigate through the depression, anxiety, and pain that I was feeling in all pillars of my life.

October 2017, I became very interested in Essential Oils and Aromatherapy which I have seen work miracles in my life as well as my Aunt Janice’s life since we have been caregiving with her.  I also thought about other aspects of my life.

Looking into other aspects of my life, my stones that I have collected, rubbed, carried, worried with, meditated on, photographed, and wire wrapped. Stones have always brought me comfort in a very natural way. In a holistic kind of way.

I do not consider myself “New Age” and the practices that some new age cultures lend itself. I see myself more as a naturalist, maybe a little naturopathic. Enjoying what Nature has already provided us.

I also look at my hobbies, I have always enjoyed crafts. Since I was about five years of age and my Grandmother taught me how to do the chain stitch in crochet. I remember sitting very still and kind of be in a calm state, just doing the chain stitch with a whole skein of yarn which usually was long enough to wrap around the whole outside of the farm house thank I would rip it out and do it all over again.

I have done crafts ever since, it has morphed into different crafts. I use to do latch hook, counted cross stitch, needlepoint, of course crocheting, wire wrapping and now I am even weaving. I am guessing that while doing these crafts my breathe also changes and slowed down. Doing this kind of repetitive action can also put you into a different kind of state of mind. All those crafts brought a calmness, and repetitive action that was comforting and relaxing to me.

Growing up and even now, I find peace and relaxation as I explored nature. Growing up I had access to a large working farm with woods and a large stream running through it. I would love to  breathe in the smells of nature, play with the farm animals and watch the birds as they flew overhead.  I used to collect nature’s treasures such as old snake skins, turtle shells, leaves, and but especially stones. Moving to Delaware that exploration just moved to the beach and collecting sea glass, and beach stones and breathing the salt air and listening to the rhythm of the waves crash on the beach. I always tried to pattern my breathing to the waves.

Mark, who has been with me on countless photographing nature walks, has mentioned that he observes me in a kind of meditative thought when I have a camera in my hand. I find the noise in my head stops, my breathing slows down, and I look at the world through whatever lens, I just happen to have on my camera at that time.

I have noticed that my life, my store which reflects me, has been evolving especially in the last year. I am getting away from the “gifty” side and moving more into the nature holistic side.  When you walk in my shop people have said “it is very relaxing in here”.  I have soft piano music playing in the background, you see the beauty of nature in all the stones and sea glass all around and my wire wrapping. Many people gravitate toward the moving sand art pictures, Exotic Sands, and just stand there and watch it, commenting that it is very Zen like.  l will always be focusing on my wire wrapping and my photography, but as you walk in now also see doTerra Essential Oils as well the HempWorx Hemp CBD oils. I am looking forward to seeing where this new self-discovery and new word BREATHE take me.

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Heavy metals in our bodies

A couple of weeks ago, I had two young ladies, one being a nurse, come into Sand N Stones and they were asking me about the CBD Oil that I sell. They wanted to know if there had been any studies on CBD oil and people who have heavy metal conditions. I could not answer the question.
They began telling me their stories with and the ailments that they had from heavy metals. We started talking back and forth, and I explained why turned to CBD Hemp Oil and what relief I am seeing from it.
They asked if I had ever been tested for heavy metals? I told them no. They told me if I wanted to be texted make sure I get the urine test, since that seems to be more accurate then the blood test.
I started doing some research in the internet.
This morning, I went to see my Rheumatologist. I asked him what he thought of heavy metals and their effects on our health? He asked me why I was inquiring about this, I told him that I have been experiencing some of the symptoms that can be associated with heavy metals. Aches and pains, brain fog, sad feelings, trouble sleeping, anxious feelings, and elevated blood pressure. I also explained to him being a jeweler I am always working with silver and gold. I also have several fillings that are made from metals.  He said that there has been scientific proof that heavy metals in our bodies do play a part on our health. He agreed to order the urine test.  We will see.
I was wondering if there were any essential oils that would help with the detoxification of heavy metals?
I came across this web page from Dr. Axe, who is a very respected individual in the Essential Oil world. Where he talks about heavy metals, the dangers, and how to do a detox.  I have found this all very interesting and planning to incorporate some of the heavy metal detox foods into my diet that Dr. Axe recommended regardless the results.
Here is a quiz that you can take that is very interesting. At the end of the quiz they are going to ask…. If you would like to discuss your case with Connie Fox, she is now offering a one-time 30 minute phone consultation for $90.00. I did not do the consultation, but the questions they ask made me really think.
I have read that Milk Thistle as a heavy metal detox but never really gave it another thought. That is something that I can easily take in a pill form once and awhile.
Here is a Youtube video that I found talking about all of the heavy metals that we are exposed to on a daily basis.
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Essential Oils for Dogs and Cats

This information is copied from a doTERRA handout and was developed with Janet Roark, DVM

When used correctly, Essential oils can be beneficial for our pets and without negative side effects or unnatural additives.

** First Research the oil you’re using to know exactly how you should use it! Talk to a veterinarian that has experience using essential oils on animals.

Dilution Ratios:

In general, its best to start with a more diluted Essential Oil when introducing that topically to your pet. You can always increase the concentration if the desired effect is not reached., but it is difficult to remove an essential oil once it has already been absorbed.

As always each animal is unique that your pet may be more sensitive than others. Observe their behavior and they will tell you!

Here are some general guidelines to help you when starting out using essential oils topically with your pet.  (CO = Carrier Oil)  ( EO = Essential Oil)

  • Puppies under 8 Weeks & Cats:   CO 250 drops – 2 drop of EO
  • Dogs under 20 lbs & Elderly dogs: CO  85-100 drops – 1 drop of EO
  • Dogs over 20 lbs:  CO 50 drops – 1 drop of EO
  • Hot Oils: CO 100 drops – 1 drop of EO

TIP:  Coconut Oil is an exceptional carrier oil and beneficial for improving general health and digestion, prevention and treatment of yeast and fungal infections, disinfecting wounds, clarifying and calming skin allergies and dryness, reduces arthritis pain and ligament problems. It is also hydrating to the skin to add 1/4 Tbsp per every 10 lb of body weight twice daily in their food.


Ways your pet can benefit from Essential Oils:


  • Diffusion
  • Spray into the air (usually diluted)
  • Direct inhalation: Put a drop of oil on your hands and allow the animal to inhale
  • On a cloth, cotton ball, or tissue near the animal or on its bedding
  • Hot Water/Steam: 1-2 drops of Essential Oil in hot water
  • Humidifier: be sure to use one that is safe to apply Essential Oils into
  • Fan /air filter Place a drop of oil on a cotton ball and insert into a fan near the animal or directly on the air filter in your home.


Dilute with a carrier oil before apply topically. Never apply in or near genitals, nose, eyes, or face as it can be to overwhelming for there senses.

  • Direct application: place a drop of oil on your hands and rub them together, than pet along the spine of the animal or even pet the hair backwards.
  • Massage: circular motions or massage technique after applying an oil to your hands.
  • Reflexology points: between the paw pads on the back paws.
  • Apply to the tips of ears (Not for long eared dogs)
  • Apply directly on the area of intrest
  • Mix a drop in their shampoo to apply during a bath
  • Apply 1 drop of essential oil in 2  cups of ice water for a cold compress or hot water for a hot compress. and soak a natural cloth in the water, wring out than apply to the area of interest.
  • Using rollerballs directly on the animal can lead to contamination and should be avoided.



Oils that indicate they are for internal use on the label may be given internally. It is generally not recommended that you give more that 1-2 drop internally at any one time.

  • 1-2 drops in a capsule with a carrier oil
  • Mix with food (Wet food works best)
  • Place a drop on your finger and wait until mostly dry, rub the residue on pets’ gums
  • 1 drop essential oil per 2 cups of drinking water (not recommended for cats)

In a natural toothpaste (not containing Xylitol) using 1 drop essential oil, 2 tablespoons of baking soda and enough water to make paste. Only use a dab of this to brush teeth to maintain oral hygiene.

Essential Oil Safety:

  • When diffusing, always allow the animal the ability to roam freely about the space (i.e.: keep door open). Allowing they to get away from the scent if they choose.
  • Use Only Therapeutic Grade essential oils
  • Always dilute essential oils with a carrier oil before applying topically. Dilute heavily at first and add oils in small increments. Observe your pet. Add more oils if needed.
  • Observe your pet’s behavior when using or diffusing essential oils. Discontinue use of an oil if your animal exhibits signs of distress, drools, squints, rubs their face, vocalizes, pants, has muscle tremors, starts shaking, vomits, has diarrhea, or has skin irritation following application of an oil.
  • Research your pets’ health status and medications they are taking currently
  • Do not use oils in, on or near your animals’ eyes, ears, nose or genitals. If you accidentally get some in their eyes, wipe eye with a tissue that has a few drop of carrier oil – Do Not flush with water
  • Use caution when utilizing essential oils on animals that are frail, have underlying health conditions, pregnant, nursing, young animals, and/or on certain medications or epileptic.
  • Use a water diffuser rather than one that pulls oils directly from the bottle
  • Don’t use essential oils at the some time as a topical medications, including dermal patches and topical flea and tick treatments.
  • Never use or give your pet any product containing Xylitol, including toothpaste or essential oil beadlets.
  • For dogs with long ears, don’t use essential oils on the tips of their ear, as the oil may get in their eyes if they shake their head.
  • Don’t panic if your pet has skin irritation or an adverse reaction. Most of these resolve with dilution within 24 hours. However, call your veterinarian for any emergency.

Precautions & Essential oils to Avoid:

Essential Oils to AVOID with Dogs:

  • Birch
  • Melaleuca (Tea Tree)
  • Wintergreen
  • Soothing Blend

Use CAUTION with “hot” oils

  • Cassia
  • Cinnamon
  • Clove
  • Oregano
  • Rosemary
  • Thyme

Essential Oils to AVOID with Cats: (Topically & Internally)

  • Basil
  • Bergamot
  • Birch
  • Cinnamon
  • Clove
  • Dill
  • Fennel
  • Grapefruit
  • Lemon
  • Lime
  • Melaleuca (Tea Tree)
  • Orange
  • Oregano
  • Peppermint
  • Thyme
  • Rosemary
  • Spearmint
  • Tangerine
  • Wintergreen

Medical & Health Precautions:

If your pet is epileptic or has seizures avoid these oils:

  • Basil
  • Camphor
  • Eucalyptus
  • Fennel
  • Rosemary
  • Sage
  • Wintergreen
  • the blends that contain any of these oils

TIP: For a seizing animal open Frankincense and put a drop on the skin between the paw pad or topically at the base of the skull. It should help them come out of the seizure more quickly.

If your pet is on an anti-diabetic drug, avoid these oils with carefully monitoring blood glucose:

  • Cassia
  • Cinnamon
  • Dill
  • Fennel
  • Leomongrass
  • Marjoram
  • Melissa
  • Oregano
  • the blends that contain any of these oils

If your pet has a clotting or bleeding disorder or are taking any anitcoagulant AVOID these oils:

  • Wintergreen
  • Blue Tansy
  • Birch
  • Cassia
  • Cinnamon
  • Clove
  • Fennel
  • Marjoram
  • Oregano
  • Patchouli
  • Thyme
  • the blends that contain any of these oils

Oils to AVOID during pregnancy:

  • Arborvitae
  • Basil
  • Birch
  • Cassia
  • Cinnamon
  • Rosemary
  • Thyme
  • Wintergreen
  • the blends that contain any of these oils


Dry / Powder Shampoo

Also helps repel ticks and other pest! Safe for all species!

For Dark Colored fur:

  • 2 Tbsp Arrowroot powder
  • 2 Tbsp Cocoa Powder
  • 2 drops Lavender
  • 2 drops Geranium
  • 2 drops Eucalyptus

For Light colored fur:

  • 1/4 cup Arrowroot Powder
  • 2 drops Lavender
  • 2 drops Geranium
  • 2 drops Eucalyptus

Powder for Litter Boxes:

  • 1 cup baking soda
  • 4-5 drops Essential Oil (Recommend: Lavender, either Eucalyptus, or Geranium)

**The product statement in this kit have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease


This information is copied from a doTERRA handout and was developed with Janet Roark, DVM and is copyrighted ©2016 EO Tools. UPC Code 6 02045 32105 0

Michele Buckler doTERRA Essential Oil Website

For additional Pet Kits, Recipes and Supplies Visit www.EO.Tools

Visit Janet Roark’s website and Facebook page

Michele will be caring some of these oils in the store on a regular basis at Sand N Stones in Lewes, DE   Follow Sand N Stones Facebook Page and Wellness and Laughter Yoga Facebook Page and follow our blog posts

Another good resource for Pet Wellness and Essential Oils look into these books….

SpOil Your Pet: A Practical Guide to Using Essential Oils in Dogs and Cats 2014 by Mia K. Frezzo, Jan C. Jeremias

The Healing Power of Essential Oils: Soothe Inflammation, Boost Mood, Prevent Autoimmunity, and Feel Great in Every Way Mar 13, 2018 by Eric Zielinski D.C.

Also check out my Hemp Worx CBD Oil Pet Care Page












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Thyme Essential Oil

History and Myth:

In the middle ages, Thyme was used to promote peaceful sleep, ward off nightmares, and impart courage.


  • Add Thyme to favorite daytime diffuser blends to promote a sense of alertness.
  • Thyme has a stimulating aroma and helps relieve low spirits
  • Said to release mental blockages and trama
  • When diffused, Thyme has an invigorating vapor.
  • Strengthens the nerves and activates the brain cells aiding in memory and concentration


  • Add it to a winter routine to support a healthy immune system.
  • It supports healthy cellular function.
  • It may contribute to better overall health in conjunction with a better diet and exercise regimen.
  • Thyme has antioxidant qualities.
  • It promotes a clean and healthy mouth.
  • It supports bone health.
  • It supports the health of the circulatory system, raises lower blood pressure. May be used for joint and back since it helps with the removal of uric acid.
  • When used as a compress can reduce painful swelling
  • Thyme supports the health of the lungs and respiratory system. Fortifies the lungs when treating coughs and sore throats. Rather warming and eliminate phlegm
  • Thyme supports the health of the cardiovascular system.
  • It promotes the health of the nervous system.
  • Add Thyme to an oral hygiene routine to support oral health.
  • It supports healthy liver function.
  • Thyme is cleansing to the gastrointestinal tract and the digestive system.
  • It supports the healthy function and response of the immune system.
  • It supports healthy musculoskeletal function.
  • It may help to support healthy metabolism and weight management.
  • Thyme supports bone health.
  • Thyme may ease symptoms of normal menstruation in women
  • Helpful in childbirth – speedy delivery expelling afterbirth also can help with cases of miscarriage
  • Helps stop nose bleeding

Skin and Hair:

  • Thyme provides cleansing and purifying effects for the skin.
  • Add it to hair products to promote thick and healthy looking hair and a clean scalp.
  • May be effective for dandruff and hair loss
  • Helpful with wounds and sores as well as dermatitis and boils


  • Use Thyme topically or diffuse outdoors to naturally repel insects.
  • Diffuse Thyme to purify the air.
  • Try adding Thyme to household and kitchen cleaning supplies to promote a cleaner living environment.
  • Use one to two drops in place of dried Thyme in favorite recipes


Thyme blends well with…

  • Bergamot
  • Cedarwood
  • Chamomile
  • Clary Sage,
  • Grapefruit,
  • Juniper
  • Lemon
  • Lavender,
  • Lemon,
  • Niaouli
  • Mandarin
  • Melissa
  • Orange,
  • Rosemary,
  • Sage
  • Ti-Tree


doTERRA Website

The Directory of Essential Oils by Wanda Sellar ISBN 0091906679 Pages 166-167

*Please be an advocate for your own health! Consult with a physician before use if you have a serious medical condition or use prescription medications. Do not use this product if you allergic to any of its ingredients.  A Doctor’s advice should be sought before using this and any supplemental dietary product.  With dōTERRA’s policies on websites and social media we cannot claim that the oils work as drugs, or that they will prevent, treat or cure, any type of ailment, disease, illness or condition.

Michele will be caring some of these oils in the store on a regular basis at Sand N Stones   Follow Sand N Stones Facebook Page and Wellness and Laughter Yoga Facebook Page 

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Peppermint Essential Oil

Recently, I started using Essential Oils, and want to learn more about the oils and what they can do.  I have found that Peppermint Essential Oil is one of the Top 10 to have around for daily use.

Aroma: It has a strong menthol fragrance.

Features: This herb is native to Europe but also grows Japan as well as the USA. USA has become one of the main producers of Peppermint.  This plant favors damp conditions. It is a hybrid of the Watermint and Spearmint plants. It has been cultivated commercially in England since 1750. The leaves and flowering top of this herb is extracted by steam distilled.

How to Use: *Always use the highest quality professional grade such as doTERRA or Young Living Essential Oils. 

  • Topical: Apply drops directly and rub into the skin. Peppermint Oil need to be diluted with a carrier oil such as fractionated coconut oil or Almond Oil.
  • Aromatic: Use a diffuser
  • Internal: Place 1-2 drops under the tongue, mix in water, or take in capsules.
  • Photosynthesizing:  Avoid going in the sun or tanning bed after use

Uses:  Peppermint oil has stimulant qualities


  • Its cooling nature relieves states of anger, nervousness, trembling
  • Excellent for Emotional balance, mental fatigue and depression- use aromatically and topically
  • Alertness and Energize- inhale, apply under nose, or back of neck
  • Memory issues and Autism – Apply on neck spine or bottom of feet
  • Loss sense of smell – inhale or apply diluted over the bridge of nose
  • Relieve attention and hyperactivity issues – spray peppermint oil on clothing to improve concentration and alertness


  • It has a dual action cooling when hot and warming when cold this make it a good remedy for colds, fevers, hot flashes, and encouraging perspiration -apply on back of neck or bottom of feet
  • Useful in respiratory disorders, dry coughs, and sinus congestion- apply, chest, back, and bottom of feet
  • Good for those who suffer with respiratory issues
  • Important for acute digestive disorders, nausea relief, it relaxes the stomach mussels. Beneficial against food poisoning, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, gas, colic, gallstones, nausea,  and travel sickness –  Take in capsule, in water, or apply over abdomen
  • May help with kidney and liver disorders
  • Its cooling and pain relieving actions seems to ease headaches, toothaches, aching feet -Apply on temples above ears, back of neck, and  bottom of feet.
  •  Muscle stiffness and tension, joint discomfort and muscular aches, painful menstruation – Apply directly on stiff joints or apply pre-work-out to avoid stiffness use peppermint and lavender oil work well together
  • Suppresses food cravings – inhale or apply under nose or a drop on the tongue before or in between meals.
  • Bad Breath and hangover- gargle a drop with water
  • Ease Allergies
  • Combat Cancer Cells- Research suggests that menthol the active compound in peppermint oil can restrain the growth of some cancer. The oil also has a protective mechanism and can help prevent DNA damage and cell death caused by radiation.


  • Cooling action relieve itching, inflammation, burns, bug bites, and sunburns – Apply diluted on skin
  • Helps remove blackheads, and is effective on greasy skin and hair
  • remover both lice and dandruff – put a few drops in your shampoo and conditioner with its antiseptic properties


  • Repels insects, fleas, mosquitoes, mice, and rats
  • Block Ticks – Stop ticks from burrowing with peppermint oil. Just make sure you remove them by the head to lessen your chance of getting Lyme disease.


  • Best to use in diffuser
  • Use caution when massaging throughout the body, small areas may be tolerate
  • It is likely to irritate the skin and mucous membranes
  • Should be kept well away from the eyes
  • Avoid in pregnancy and nursing mothers could discourage flow of milk.

Products: It is already used in a lot of products that I use on a daily basis at home

  • Oral health care products, like toothpaste, chewing gum, mints, candy canes

History and Myth: The ancient Greeks, Egyptians and Romans used Peppermint as an ingredient in their wine. Among the Hebrews used it as a perfume component because of its aphrodisiac properties.

Blends well with:

  • Benzoin
  • Cedarwood
  • Cypress
  • Grapefruit
  • Lavender
  • Mandarin
  • Marjoram
  • Niaouli
  • Pine
  • Rosemary
  • Wild Orange

Other doTERRA products that Peppermint oil is found in….

  • Tension blend –  doTERRA Past Tense
  • Metabolic blend – doTERRA Slim and Sassy
  • Soothing blend –  doTERRA Deep Blue
  • Digestion blend – doTERRA Digest Zen
  • Massage blend – doTERRA Aroma Touch
  • Respiration blend – doTERRA Breathe

doTERRA also carries Peppermint Beadlets that are portable and can be taken anytime.


The Directory of Essential Oils by Wanda Sellar ISBN 0091906679 pages 136 and 137

The Essential Life 3rd Edition ISBN 9 781513 618265 page 121

Heal your Gut with Essential Oils by Eric L. Zielinski  ISBN 13: 978-0-997-16550-0 page 16 and 52-56



Michele Buckler from Sand N Stones

*Please be an advocate for your own health! Consult with a physician before use if you have a serious medical condition or use prescription medications. Do not use this product if you allergic to any of its ingredients.  A Doctor’s advice should be sought before using this and any supplemental dietary product.  With dōTERRA’s policies on websites and social media we cannot claim that the oils work as drugs, or that they will prevent, treat or cure, any type of ailment, disease, illness or condition.

Michele will be caring some of these oils in the store on a regular basis at Sand N Stones   Follow Sand N Stones Facebook Page and Wellness and Laughter Yoga Facebook Page 

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doTERRA On Guard

With seasonal threats upon us, many of us are trying to find ways to  support a healthy immune system and doTERRA’s On Guard can help. There are many doTERRA On Guard products that you can choose from.

On Guard is just one of the essential oils that is recommended to support a healthy immune system . You can also try doTERRA Breath, Oregano, Melissa, Wild Orange, and Thyme


dōTERRA On Guard® Protective Blend

As one of doTERRA’s most popular oils, doTERRA On Guard is a powerful proprietary blend that supports healthy immune function* and contains cleansing properties.

The primary benefits are…

  • Supports healthy immune and respiratory function when used internally
  • Ingest to support the body’s natural antioxidant defenses
  • Powerful surface cleaner
  • Energizing and uplifting aroma

On Guard Fact Sheet


doTERRA On Guard, a proprietary essential oil blend, provides a natural and effective alternative for immune support when used internally.* As one of doTERRA’s best-selling blends, doTERRA On Guard protects against environmental and seasonal threats with essential oils known for their positive effects on the immune system when ingested.* doTERRA On Guard can be taken internally on a daily basis to maintain healthy immune function and support healthy cardiovascular function.* It can also be used on surfaces throughout the home as a non-toxic cleaner. When diffused, doTERRA On Guard helps purify the air, and can be very energizing and uplifting.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


  • Add two to three drops in a veggie capsule for an immune boost.*
  • Add to water for an effective all-purpose surface cleaner.
  • Soak sliced apples in water and a few drops for a healthy, immune-boosting snack.*
  • Combine a few drops of doTERRA On Guard with Fractionated Coconut Oil for a natural hand cleanser.

Directions for Use:

Diffusion: Use three to four drops in the diffuser of your choice.
Internal use: Dilute one drop in 4 fl. oz. of liquid.
Topical use: Apply one to two drops to desired area. Dilute with doTERRA Fractionated Coconut Oil to minimize any skin sensitivity.

If you are going to ingest any oil for consumption please make sure that the essential oils that you use are of the highest quality and are CPTG (Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils) like what you would find with doTERRA or Young Living. 

For healthy immune you can make a doTERRA essential oil drink combine…

  • 2 drops of lavender
  • 2 drops of lemon
  • 2 drops of peppermint
  • 2 drops of melaleuca (tea tree oil)
  • Mix oils in a half cup of water. Add another half cup water, stir, and drink

healthy immune bomb

  • 5 drops protective blend (doTerra On Guard)
  • 5 drops melaleuca (tea tree oil)
  • 3 drops oregano
  • Place in an empty  veggie capsule and swallow.  Repeat ever three to four house while symptoms last.

Veggie capsules can be purchased through the Sand N doTERRA web portal ….go to shop, than  Essential Usage & Accessories …. Internal Usage.


Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas. Avoid sunlight or UV rays for up to 12 hours after applying product.

Other On Guard doTERRA Products….

  • dōTERRA On Guard® Protective Blend
  • dōTERRA On Guard® Beadlet

  • dōTERRA On Guard® Touch

  • dōTERRA On Guard®+ Softgels

  • dōTERRA On Guard® Cleaner Concentrate

  • dōTERRA On Guard® Foaming Hand Wash

  • dōTERRA On Guard® Laundry Detergent

  • dōTERRA On Guard® Natural Whitening Toothpaste

  • dōTERRA On Guard® Protecting Throat Drops

  • dōTERRA On Guard® Sanitizing Mist

To find out more about On Guard or to order please visit my web portal  than click on shop.

Michele will be caring some of these oils in the store on a regular basis at Sand N Stones   Follow Sand N Stones Facebook Page and Wellness and Laughter Yoga Facebook Page 

*Please be an advocate for your own health! Consult with a physician before use if you have a serious medical condition or use prescription medications. Do not use this product if you allergic to any of its ingredients.  A Doctor’s advice should be sought before using this and any supplemental dietary product.  With dōTERRA’s policies on websites and social media we cannot claim that the oils work as drugs, or that they will prevent, treat or cure, any type of ailment, disease, illness or condition.