Oils I Can’t Do Without…

December 1, 2011

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I’ve had a few ladies ask me which essential oils I use the most. Nearly all of the oils in the Everyday Living Collection are oils I use on a weekly, if not a daily, basis. But,there are a few more I would never want to do without. I’ve compiled a small list that details which oils I use in my family most often, and for what purpose. I use many more oils than this, but these are oils I’ve come to rely on regularly. I’ve placed an asterisk beside each oil that is included in the Everyday Living collection. I hope these suggestions are helpful to you. For your convenience, I’ve included the item number next to each oil. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at 309-740-1630 or click on my profile to email me directly.


  • Raven (3402)
  • RC (3405)
  • Peppermint* (3614)
  • Eucalyptus
  • Frankincense* (3548)
  • Lavender* (3575)


  • Peace and Calming* (3393)
  • RutaVala (4471)
  • Frankincense* (3548)
  • Vetiver
  • Valor* (3529 or 3429)
  • Sandalwood (3634)
  • Lavender* (3575)

Trouble Sleeping

  • RutaVala (#3419)
  • Sleep Essence (pill form) (4760)
  • Angelica (3078)
  • Frankincense* (3548)
  • Sandalwood (3634)
  • Lavender* (3575)

Sore Muscles/Pain)

  • Panaway*
  • Deep Relief (3534)
  • Peppermint
  • Frankincense* (3548)


  • Lavender* (3575)

Lower Fever

  • Peppermint* (3614)


  • M-Grain (3387)
  • Peppermint* (3614)
  • Deep Relief (3534)
  • Frankincense*
  • PanAway*
  • Clary Sage (hormone headache)

Haemostatic (Stop Bleeding)

  • Geranium (3554)
  • Myrrh


  • Lavender* (3575)
  • Geranium
  • Melrose


  • Bleeding

Bug Bites

  • Purification* (3399)
  • Lavender*
  • Peppermint* (3614)

Tummy Problems

  • Di-Gize (3324)
  • Peppermint* (3614)
  • Fennel

Minor Infection

  • Thieves* (3423)
  • Oregano (3605)
  • Lavender* (3575)
  • Geranium (3554)


  • Frankincense* (3548)
  • Oregano (3605)

Menstrual Cramps/Menopause

  • Dragon Time (3327)
  • Clary Sage (3521)
  • Spikenard (3640)
  • Endoflex (3333)
  • Prenolone Cream®
  • Progessence Plus Serum™
  • Frankincense*

Hemorrhoids, Bruising, or Varicose Veins

  • Geranium (3554)
  • Lavender* (3575)
  • Cypress (3530)

(All of these oils combined and placed in a carrier oil or with water and used as a spray)

Cold Sores or Shingles

  • Geranium (out of this list, Geranium worked best for my daughter) (3554)
  • Melrose (3378)
  • Thieves* (3423)
  • Purification* (3399)
  • Melissa (3589)
  • RavenSara

Favorite oils to diffuse

  • Thieves* (3423)
  • Frankincense* (3548)
  • Three Wise Men (3426)
  • Harmony (3351)
  • Sensation (3036)
  • Christmas Spirit (3315)
  • Sacred Mountain (3414)
  • Citrus Fresh
  • Transformation
  • Abundance
  • Purification

There are a number of ways to use Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils; but, the two most popular are diffusion into the air, and direct application onto the skin. I am totally in love with my Home Diffuser! It fills my entire house with the scent of my choice for nearly the entire day, using only 10-15 drops! H0wever, if you don’t mind spending a little extra, check out the beautiful Aria; it’s the Cadillac of home diffusers…

The Aria Diffuser

3 Responses to “Oils I Can’t Do Without…”

  1. Barbara says:

    Thank you for this list! I have a few handouts that I keep with my oils and every time I need to use an oil, I scour my lists to figure out what I need to use. I keep telling myself I’m going to make a spreadsheet for myself . . .

  2. Cynthia says:

    Thank you, Stacy, for this list. Since I am very new to this… and have limited time (7 children with two having joined our family through adoption 8 months ago) can you give a quick guide as to how you actually use these oils to help with allergies or tummy troubles, etc? I’m just starting out!
    God Bless you,

  3. Sally S. says:

    Thank you for posting this!
    I ended up buying the Everyday Oils Collection and the Home Diffuser a few weeks ago…and I love them already. :-) I’m probably using the Lavender and the Thieves the most at this point…I rub Thieves on all my kids feet before bed and diffuse it every day in the house. Also used it in the cleaning recipes you posted…it’s so fun to think of the different ways to switch out the old chemicals and substitute my new oils!

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