doTERRA wintergreen essential oil is steam distilled from the leaves and is found in the Deep Blue blend. This oil smells like root beer and is great for tight muscles and joints!
Did You Know?
Wintergreen oil has a strong, penetrating aroma. The American Indians and early European settlers enjoyed tea that was flavored with birch bark or wintergreen. According to Julia Lawless, “this has been translated into a preference for ‘root beer’ flavorings!”
The Main Problem That We All Face
Do you know someone that would like some relief for tired muscles and joints? Would you like to address your shoulder or skin with a natural solution that is safe and effective? Wintergreen is a great natural option then!
Top 3 Uses Of Wintergreen Essential Oil
1.) Apply 1-2 drops with fractionated coconut oil or deep blue rub on tired muscles and joints. I love the way this feels after a workout!
2.) Diffuse with Citrus bliss for a root beer aroma that stimulates feelings of childhood joy. Smells just like root beer float!
3.) Add 1 drop wintergreen, with 1 drop peppermint, and 1 drop spearmint in a diffuser for a minty heaven!
doTERRA Wintergreen Essential Oil Blends Best With
1.) Citrus Bliss oil blend: This is an amazing oil blend that reduces anxious feelings and has many uses as a natural deodorant or on a dryer ball in your laundry. Wintergreen and this oil go great together!
2.) Wild orange essential oil: This is happiness in a bottle and when you combine wintergreen, things just get that much better!
3.) Deep Blue oil blend: Deep blue is amazing for soothing tight muscles and joints, but adding wintergreen uplevels the experience that much more!
doTERRA wintergreen essential oil has a warming, relieving, and repairing benefit to your body. Wintergreen oil blends well with Citrus Bliss blend, wild orange, or Deep Blue Blend.
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