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Confidence or Courage Anyone?

Essential oils have been used to treat illnesses, physical conditions as well as emotional issues.  

Valor is one of Young Living's most popular oils.  It is serves many purposes; however, it is well known for providing confidence and courage.  It also is known as the "Chiropractor in a Bottle" as it helps balance and align the body; and if applied before an adjustment, it prolongs the benefits of same.

Valor is a blend of Rosewood, Blue Tansy, Frankincense and Spruce in a carrier oil of almond.  It can be diffused, inhaled or applied to the bottom of your feet, wrists, neck and spine.  

Valor is great to use for anxiety, i.e., stage fright or before your presentation. Inhale deeply and apply to feet, neck and chest.

Have a room mate or partner who snores?  Suggest they apply Valor to the bottom of their feet!  

I apply Valor to the bottom of my feet every morning so that I can welcome each new day with courage and confidence to sail forth!  Would you like to greet each day the same way?  Please visit my essential oils website.

Cheers to your Vibrant Health!


References:  Essential Oil Desk Reference

*Information provided here is for EDUCATION PURPOSES ONLY and is in no way intended to diagnose or prescribe.  Nor is it to be construed as instruction on how to cure or treat any condition, illness or disease. Every individual is different, thus what may work for one may not work for another person. If needed, consult with the professional health authorities of your choice. Remember, taking responsibility for your health is your own personal decision: do your research and choose wisely.  In seeking natural solutions we commend you!  All properties and recommendations are applicable to Young Living Essential Oils only.  


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