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Here’s to Valor: the “go to” essential oil blend for strength in the face of adversity

I’m excited that my bottle of Valor came in the mail yesterday from Young Living. Young Living is a well known and respected company that produces therapeutic grade essential oils. (If you’ve bought essential oils in the past or use them now, be sure the bottle says “therapeutic grade” on it and that it does not contain a warning about consumption. If you can’t consume it, don’t buy it!)

Young Living describes Valor this way:

Valor® is an empowering combination of therapeutic-grade essential oils that works with both the physical and spiritual aspects of the body to increase feelings of strength, courage, and self-esteem in the face of adversity. Renowned for its strengthening qualities, Valor enhances an individual’s internal resources. It has also been found to help energy alignment in the body.

Diffusing this oil into the air will help both you and your animal friends move through challenging situations, whether they are of a physical or emotional nature. 

Kristen Leigh Bell’s book is a great place to start learning about what exacly essential oils are and how to use them safely with animals.

  Holistic Aromatherapy for Animals: A Comprehensive Guide to the Use of Essential Oils and Hydrosols with Animals 

If you are interested in using cleaning or personal products that contain no chemicals and pose no health hazard to you, your children, and your pets, swing by the store (online, of course, for your convenience!) and check out some great products.

Of course, if you have questions about essential oils or other holistic solutions, like Reiki and flower essences for you or your pets, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

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