Jan. 5, 2017
Today's letter is "C". Yesterday I asked my friends which "c" oil I should choose for today and they suggested: copaiba and cedarwood. I couldn't decide between the two, so they both won!!
CEDARWOOD: check this out - Health Canada has recognized studies that acknowledge the support that cedarwood provides to our bodies. We use it to help reduce the symptoms of acne or boils, to relieve minor skin irritation, cuts, bruises & burns, to help relieve joint or muscle pain associated with sprains, strains & rheumatoid arthritis or inhaled can act as a nervine and calmative which enhances relaxation or inhaled to reduce the symptoms of cold & cough.
PHEW -- I actually used cedarwood last night; after two hours of lying awake, thinking about stuff, I applied cedarwood to the bottom of my feet. The "nervine and calmative" components worked with my body and I was soon fast asleep again! Thank-you Cedarwood.

COPAIBA: the studies on copaiba have yet to be focused on by Health Canada but I'll share this with you and let you do your own research: "Distilled from gum resin that is wild harvested from Brazilian copaiba; copaiba contains the highest amounts of beta caryophyllene (55 percent) of any known essential oil."
(and copaiba comes in our Premium Starter Kit)