Anha's MountainTop Essentials
Two Holidays back to back!
I hope you were able to spend the day with the one(s) you love!
Happy President's Day too!
This newsletter comes to you because you took time to stop at a booth, come to a class and were curious what essential oils could do for you. I offer in home classes, individual wellness consultations, AromaTouch Massage sessions, Bio Feed back scans that pinpoint your oil needs, community classes and beginning and advanced business training. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208.659.3811. I encourage you to take the next step and experience what over a 1 million doTERRA users are so excited about, it will make all the difference to you and your family!
In this Issue:
- February Promotions
- Winter Blues
- Suateed Cannellini Bean Quick Bowl
- doTERRA Living Magazine
- Educational Classes
Passion blend is 10% off this month!
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New Year New You
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Check out the article below on the molecules of essential oils and reducing sad feelings.
Article taken from doterra science blog.
Click on link for more great articles: http://doterrascienceblog.com/reduce-sad-feelings-with-linalool-and-beta-pinene/
Many essential oils high in linalool and beta-pinene are well known for their ability to reduce sad and anxious feelings. Lavender and Clary Sage have high amounts of linalool, while Lemon, Lime, and White Fir have high amounts of beta-pinene. Scientists in Mexico City published their findings in June 2015 that both linalool and beta-pinene affect the monoaminergic system of the brain, which includes such well-known neurotransmitters as serotonin and dopamine, and the adrenaline/noradrenaline adrenergic system.* Both linalool and beta-pinene act on multiple receptors of the monoaminergic system. Because multiple receptors are targeted, the effects of linalool and beta-pinene are more potent and long lasting than molecules that target only one receptor. Linalool and beta-pinene support brain chemistry balance in these receptors, which has the effect of reducing sad feelings.*
Guzmán-Gutiérrez SL, Bonilla-Jaime H, Gómez-Cansino R, Reyes-Chilpa R. Life Sci. 2015;128:24-29.
I haven't tried this recipe yet but it looks yummy!
1 bunch (12 ounces / 340 grams) Tuscan kale (also known as dinosaur kale or lacinato kale) stems removed
3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
1 can Cannellini beans
2-3 tablespoons liquid from Cannellini beans, reserved
1/4 teaspoon fine grain sea salt
1/3 cup (1 1/2 ounces / 45 grams) walnuts, lightly toasted and chopped
2 heirloom purple peppers, sliced into a thick julienne (If you don’t have a farmer’s market nearby from whence to purchase these, you can use regular bell peppers, or even garlic. )
5-10 drops of Lemon essential oil (It seems like a lot, but the earthiness of the beans and kale requires a good amount of citrusy brightness.)
1/3 cup (1/2 ounce / 15 grams) freshly grated Parmesan cheese (optional)
1. Drain can of beans, reserving 2-3 tablespoons of liquid. Rinse beans and shake off as much as water as possible.
2. Lay beans out on a paper towel in a single layer and gently press another paper towel on top of them to get off even more water.
3. Chop the kale, wash it, and shake off as much water as you can. Set aside.
4. Heat the olive oil over medium-high heat in the widest skillet you own.
5. Add the beans in a single layer. Stir to coat the beans, then let them sit long enough to brown lightly on one side, about 3 or 4 minutes, before turning to brown the other side, also about 3 or 4 minutes. The beans should be golden and a bit crunchy on the outside.
6. Add purple peppers and saute until tender-crisp. Add the kale and salt to the pan and cook for less than a minute, just long enough for the kale to lose a bit of its structure.
7. Stir in the walnuts, wait ten seconds, and add desired amount of Lemon essential oil.
8. If the mix seems too dry, add the reserved liquid from beans and stir, then remove from heat.
9. Enjoy as is or mix with:
doTERRA LIVING Magazine
In this Issue:
- Ask Dr. Hill
- Staying Physically Active This Winter
- Guide To Taking Care of Your Diffuser
- View From The Top
Brian Warren uses doTERRA while guiding dangerouse climbing expeditions
- Essential Oil Spotlight: Ginger and Douglas Fir
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Rollerball Mood Series Make & Take Workshop: Beat the Winter Blues!
I enjoy meeting with people for individual consultations to talk about health concerns and educate how essential oils can benefit one's health. Feel free to contact me to schedule a health consultation or if you are out of the area we can talk via phone.
My cell: 208.659.3811