Best Oils for Bruising

Best Oils for Bruises by Rivka Sari | Feb 3, 2016 | blog, HEMOPHILIA, Safety | 0 comments Best Oils for Bruises   Though you can apply essential oils neat, we recommend that you dilute them with your carrier oil of choice. Read on for oils to use for bruises! Lavender Lavender is a miracle oil when it comes to skin care. It helps to rejuvenate blood vessels under the skin, as well as helping increase skin elasticity, which makes it great for reducing bruises! This oil is great for bruises that are swelling. Cypress Cypress is a fresh-scented oil that has been used by Greeks for centuries for skin problems. It’s great for speeding up the healing of bruises. Geranium A great skin aid in almost any circumstance, geranium is great for particularly nasty bruises. It’s a good moisturizer as well! Helichrysum Excellent for fresh bruises and bumps, since it helps to reduce swelling and speed up healing. You can even apply helichysum if the bruise hasn’t shown up yet! Myrrh When you have a bruise that is inflamed, painful, and very swollen, we recommend myrrh. This oil helps to heal broken capillaries, reduce swelling, and help relieve some of the pain. Eucalyptus A refreshing oil, eucalyptus helps reduce swelling, heal broken capillaries, and promote healing. It is a great oil for those with dry or aging skin as well. Please like &...
The King is in the Field. Come take a stroll with him in the Garden?

The King is in the Field. Come take a stroll with him in the Garden?

Happy Chodesh Elul! The King is in the Field. Come take a stroll with him in the Garden? The month of Elul, last month of the Hebrew calendar year, is an auspicious time for repentance, prayer and introspection. These are special days of Divine good will and mercy, and the very essence of these days bespeak the basic human need for closeness with the Holy One, blessed be He… and His immediate and unequivocal response. The word Elul in Hebrew is actually an acronym, an abbreviation of the Hebrew words Ani l’dodi v’dodi li, “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine” (Song of Songs 6:3). This verse from the Song of Songs is actually the theme of this very special month: realizing how beloved we are to G-d, and how precious our relationship with Him is. Elul reminds us that G-d constantly beckons us to return to Him. During this month, we seek to improve our relationship with G-d and with each other. Before A king enters a city, it’s inhabitants go out to greet him and receive him in the field. At that time, anyone who desires may approach and greet him. He …receives them all pleasantly and shows a smiling countenance to all. As he proceeds to the city, they follow him. Afterwards, when he reaches his royal palace, one may see the king only with permission, and this is only granted only to the nation’s elite who are a select few. (From the Maamer Ani Lidodi V’dodi Li of the Alter Rebbe) The month of Elul is a joyous time where Hashem has made...

How To Make Herbal Glycerites a Alternative Tincture Without Alcohol.

Glycerites are sweet herbal tinctures which use vegetable glycerin to extract the medicinal constituents and flavor from herbs. Herbal tinctures are typically made from alcohol, but glycerin is a good alternative for children, animals, and adults when palatability and alcohol sensitivities are primary considerations. While not as potent as alcohol-based tinctures, glycerites are still quite effective – certainly more so than trying to administer a dose of alcohol-based tincture to a tight-lipped child that hates the taste of alcohol.  Glycerites are effective no matter what reason you have for wanting to make tinctures without alcohol as the base. Vegetable glycerin is a clear, odorless liquid produced from vegetable oils such as palm, soy, or our favorite coconut oil, using high temperature and pressure to split the glycerin molecule from the fatty acids. While sweet, it is not metabolized by the body like sugar. For the highest quality glycerite, look for an organic, sustainably harvested, non-GMO glycerin. Fresh plants are ideal for glycerin tinctures because glycerin excels at preserving the fresh plant juices. However, glycerin is not as effective as alcohol at drawing constituents completely out of the cell structure of dried plants. Fresh is best! How to Make a Glycerite Glycerites can be made using fresh or dried plant material, as follows: Fill a clean jar with clean, chopped fresh plant material or half-full of ground dried plant material (dried material will expand as it absorbs liquid). For successful preservation, a glycerine tincture should contain at least 55% glycerin (Cech, 2000). For fresh plants, add enough glycerin to fully cover the plant material and fill jar to within one inch of the top. For dried...
Our New “Scent to Heal You” Solid Perfumes

Our New “Scent to Heal You” Solid Perfumes

“Scent to Heal You” Solid Perfumes These solid Perfumes are made from  HIGH QUALITY Natural Organic Raw Botanical Plants and Flowers that grow in Israel. These have been wild crafted into a Enfleurage pomade oil. The flowers and plant materials are laid into organic sustainable Organic Palm Oil when the long process is finished then the Enfleurage pomade oil is added to organic ingredients of Bees Wax, and Jojoba oil with low heat infusion that is hand poured in glass jars to create a beautifully 100% natural scented solid perfume. Chose from Rose Damascus, Pink Lily, Mediterranean Honeysuckle, Gardenia, Lavender, and Cistus (Rose of Sharon). Coming soon Tiferet Blend. All ingredients are made in Israel. “I am the rose of Sharon, The lily of the valleys.” “Like a lily among the thorns, So is my darling among the maidens.”…Song of Song 21 $29 Order here Scent to Heal You         Please like &...
Plants have an Inate Intelligence to Heal

Plants have an Inate Intelligence to Heal

Picture taken 2010 Israel By: ERS How often do we walk past plants and not give it another thought that they are a living, breathing organism let alone that they are communicating to other plants and insects!  Nature truly is amazing ! One of the most important points that I like to get my students to understand is that healing plants are smarter and adapt each year to the conditions in the environments. It’s like the healing plants know how to grow and adapt to the virus’ that’s going around that year. This is what I mean by intelligence. Depending on each season the healing plants adapt and get smarter. so the oil’s chemistry is the same but some of the components may get stronger.  A example of Synthetic medicines like antibiotics that might work once and never work again and people get sicker, healing plants have the ability to adapt to even the person’s changing  condition using the  healing plant in any form anywhere using a pure concentrated essential oil, to a tincture, to a infusion oil blend. The healing plants seems to have a mind of it’s own. When an animal is faced with a threat, it will typically move away to a less-threatening location. Plants, being non-mobile, do not have this option and so have developed highly complex mechanisms for sensing and responding to their environment, including to touch (by humans, wind and other forces). According to the Journal of Experimental data of plants  Examples of challenges related to mechanical force include wind, physical barriers, and predation. Initially, plants have to sense these stimuli and subsequently...

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