Add a little more flavor to your drinks with this lime-raspberry ice cube recipe using doTERRA's Lime essential oil.
Watch this video to learn how you can make this tasty treat.
A twist on classic lemonade, Honey Ginger lemonade is the perfect refreshing drink to help lift your mood. The juiced ginger helps add a little spicy kick, while both lemon juice and Lemon oil keep the recipe light and cool. The addition of Lemon oil is important as it provides cleansing benefits for your organs.* Raw honey has been used since ancient times for a variety of health purposes. In this recipe, the raw honey is a necessary addition—not only as a sweetener, but also as an antibacterial element.
1–2 tablespoons ginger, juiced
3 lemons, juiced
3–5 drops Lemon oil
1 cup water
⅓ cup raw honey
1 cup ice
There may be times when we feel a bit of tummy discomfort. I find this tea to help calm my tummy and aid my digestion!
- Hot water
- Your Favorite Tea
- 2 drops doTERRA Lemon Oil
- 2 drops doTERRA Fennel Oil
1. Heat water to your desired comfort temperature. I like mine fairly hot to sip on, but not quite to the boiling stage.
2. Steep your favorite tea as your normally would. When you are ready to drink, add your essential oils and stir around with a metal spoon so the oils disperse well.
As the weather begins heating up, now is the perfect time for delicious cool drinks! Try this simple but delicious Tangerine Paradise Punch that includes Tangerine essential oil.
1 cup plain, organic Greek yogurt (I use A2A2 yogurt)
1 frozen banana
1/2 cup coconut milk
2 tablespoons local honey
2 drops doTERRA Lemon Essential Oil
1 drop doTERRA Turmeric Essential Oil
2 tablespoons chia seeds
Blend all ingredients except chia seeds in blender. Add chia seeds and blend for a brief few seconds just to mix them in to the smoothie. Please note that the chia seeds will thicken upon standing, so take that into consideration if you'll be letting the mixture sit for any length of time.
Healthy Cooking with Essential Oil
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