Essential oils have been used to support health since ancient times. Young Living has made a science out of essential oils, in developing a pain cream, and a sunscreen - free of toxins and harmful chemicals.
The Cool Azul Pain Cream and Minerals Sunscreen Lotion were introduced at this year's Grand Convention. They are FDA approved (that's why they can use the descriptive words 'pain cream' and 'sunscreen').
I don't know about you - but, I hesitated to slather on chemical based sunscreens because I didn't want the yuck soaking into my skin. Now, I don't have to worry.
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Add some extra cheer to your mornings, with a shot of Ningxia Red! This sweet and tangy juice drink contains a blend of juices and extracts, such as pomegranate, plum and blueberry, along with exotic wolfberries, which are known for their antioxidant properties.
This fun-to-drink supplement can support cellular function, eye health and energy levels. And, adding a drop or two of your favorite Young Living essential oils can make for a unique health cocktail.
If you order direct from the Young Living website, please use my member ID #1734225 as your sponsor and enroller ID.
When I first started using essential oils, I loved the fragrance but had no idea how powerful they could be for digestive support. I was happy to learn about the Digize essential oil blend, taking a drop on my tongue, or rubbing two drops on my belly soothed that bloated feeling. Now, this is one oil that I always have on hand.
Once I started combining the Digize with Young Living's other digestive support supplements - my tummy felt a lot better - and, today I wouldn't be without them. Here are my top recommendations for digestive support:
If you have questions or would like to order - go to AromaThrive.com. If you order direct from the Young Living website, please use my member ID #1734225 as your sponsor and enroller ID.
Discover the power of essential oils in skincare. Frankincense, sandalwood, geranium, patchouli and other essential oils are powerful ingredients in anti-aging skincare products. Young Living, the leader in essential oils, has a line of skincare products including face creams, moisturizers, serum and even a Wolfberry eye cream.
In this episode I share some of my favorite YL skincare products. I used to shop at department stores, now I shop Young Living because their essential oils infused creams and serums are superior. They contain no synthetics or fillers, super important when it comes to optimum health.
Plus, with their loyalty program, Essential Rewards, I earn points to exchange for free products. Department stores were never so generous!
'Tis the season - for getting your home to smell fresh and cozy and, perhaps, for starting a new wellness regime. In this podcast find out about the benefits of incorporating pure essential oils into your life, from AromaThrive.com.
I've been using Young Living essential oils and essential oils-infused supplements, cleaning and beauty products for years. In this episode of 12 Days of AromaThrive.com, I'll introduce you to the world of essential oils with this Premium Starter Kit, which comes with 11 oils, an electric cold air diffuser and more, all at a value price.
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Your Premium Starter Kit comes with eleven oils including peppermint, lemon, frankincense, Digize, PanAway, Thieves, R.C, Stress Away and more. If you shop directly at Young Living, please be sure to use my ID #1734225 as your sponsor and enroller.
Destiny Cards, Cardology, Magi Cards, each of these names is used to describe an ancient science that blends astrology, numbers and the deck of 52 'playing' cards. It's been around since ancient times, but only now becoming more well-known.
Gina Jones, a 'cardologer' with TheCardsofLife.com offered a peek into how this system works at the Conscious Life Expo in Los Angeles.
She used Rhonda Byrne, the author of "The Secret," the book based on the ancient law of attraction which topped best-seller lists a decade ago. Jones explains that Byrne had the 7 of Diamonds, also known as the 'millionaire's card,' in her cards the year she sold millions of books.
"It's the beauty of the cards," said Jones. "It shows you what's coming and when, so you can be.. in the universal flow."
Everyone has a card, known as their 'birth card,' which represents them for life. And, each year, will have a different set of cards which influence your life from one birthday to the next.
Jones founded Cardology.org, an association to bring those who study this ancient science together. In October, the public is invited to learn more about how the system works at the Cardology Conference at the Luxor Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.
Millions of people read Susan Miller's Astrology Zone horoscopes each month to gain insight into what's ahead for them. She's been publishing on the Internet since the birth of the World Wide Web in the 1990's.
In my conversation with Susan, she explains how the powerful eclipses taking place in February could impact your life. She offers insight into how the planets are impacting the birth charts of President Donald Trump and the United States of America (yes, countries have astrology charts, too!).
Susan also offers insights into what it's like to run one of the most widely-read astrology sites in the world, and how her site was one of many (including Google and Yahoo!) recently attached by Russian hackers.
I caught up with Susan at the Conscious Life Expo in Los Angeles, where she spoke to a crowded ballroom about what's in the stars in the year ahead for each horoscope sign. Susan devotes her life to helping her readers and clients, and her dedication shows in the way that she takes time to speak one-on-one with her readers.
You can read Susan's monthly horoscopes at AstrologyZone.com
(cover art by Ken Pfeiffer Photography)
Welcome to the Year of the Fire Rooster! The Lunar New Year is a powerful time to set goals to revolutionize your good health.
In this podcast I share two health supplements that I use daily, and recommend for good health.
Life 9, a probiotic from Young Living, promotes a healthy digestive system. Remember the old saying "I have a Gut Feeling"? There's truth to this. Science reveals a strong connection between our brain and our belly! So, keep your belly feeling good with Life 9 from Young Living.
NingXia Red juice drink from Young Living is another thing I use every day to keep feeling healthy. Just 2-4 ounces a day can support good health. Google "Wolfberry" to find out about the super-ingredient in NingXia Red.
Click here to order the products mentioned in this podcast, and discover Young Living products for yourself.
(photo credit: George T Bundy)
Essential oils, the most pure form of plants and flowers, have been used since ancient times. From medicinal remedies to religious rituals, oils such as Frankincense, Myrrh and Sandalwood were considered more valuable than gold.
In this podcast, learn more about an essential oil blend called 3 Wise Men, from Young Living. And, find out how you can begin to eliminate toxic chemicals from your living space with health, beauty and cleaning products from Young Living.
For more information and other essential oils podcasts, go to AromaThrive.com
I came across a fascinating fact the other day - that inhaling the scent of rose oil can eliminate stress in under 30 seconds! Our sense of smell is very powerful, and I am a fan of pure essential oils including rose oil, so it makes sense to me.
In this podcast I share with you the power of using pure essential oils from Young Living to freshen up your living environment. And, also warn of the potential dangers lurking in over the counter room fresheners and other synthetic fragrances.
Find out more about Young Living Pure Essential Oils, including the Premium Starter Kit which contains at least 11 different oils and an electric diffuser at AromaThrive.com - or go to YoungLiving.com and be sure to use my Young Living Member ID #1734225 when placing an order. (Signing up at Young Living - use my ID #1734225 as both 'sponsor ID' and 'enroller ID', thanks!)
It's barely Autumn, and it sure seems as if cold & flu season arrived early this year. I've been using Young Living Essential Oils products to keep from getting the bugs that have been going around the radio station where I work.
In this podcast, I share with you how to use two Young Living essential oils blends, "Thieves" and "Purification," to support good health and eliminate germs year-round.
Essential Oils from Young Living can not only help to kill germs that might make you sick. They can also keep your home and living environment smell fresh and clean. A few drops of Purification essential oil in a diffuser or blended with water in a spray bottle is great for eliminating pet and cooking odors.
Young Living essential oils and home and beauty products contain no synthetics or chemical ingredients, promoting good health and a clean living environment.
To find out more about Young Living products, and to order your premium starter kit featuring at least 11 different essential oils and an electric diffuser, to to AromaThrive.com - and be sure to use my Young Living Member ID #1734225.
A recent story in the New York Times suggested that abrupt changes in personality may be early warning signs for Alzheimer's disease. These changes in behavior can range from - agitation - to depression - to suddenly developing an overactive sexual appetite. It can set in even before the person starts to lose their memory.
To find out more - I spoke with Dr. Kenneth Kosik, co-director of the Neuroscience Research Institute at UC Santa Barbara. Dr. Kosik is the author of Outsmarting Alzheimer's, What You Can Do to Reduce Your Risk.
At age 85, Dr. Walter Bortz still runs half marathons, writes books and a weekly blog and is showing no signs of slowing down.
The clinical professor of medicine at Stanford University and author of “DARE to be 100” and several other books talks to me about the importance of “Attitude” and “Renewal” in living a long and happy life.
In this podcast you’ll also find out why ‘Engagement’ is his magic word to aging gracefully, and why he’s embarrassed by his (medical) profession.
Dr. Bortz will be presenting a class, "DARE to be 10 - Science-Based Secrets of Long Life," in Santa Barbara at SBCC's Center for Lifelong Learning, beginning September 19th. Click here for details.
Ground, Release and Refill with this three-step process created by intuitive counselor Lexa Finley, to help you be more 'in the now.' Lexa will walk you through this mindfulness meditation, which can help to release blocks and increase intuition. This podcast is a throwback episode - from 2009
Is it time to stop being so hard on yourself! So many of us can often be - hard on ourselves.
My guest in this podcast, Lalli Dana Drobny invites you to befriend your own goodness through practicing mindfulness.
Drobny, who has been teaching mindfulness classes in Santa Barbara for many years, suggests that practicing 'embodied mindfulness'- listening to your body (mind, heart and gut) - to determine what you are feeling.
Then, if you are able to allow yourself to feel - and stay with - the uncomfortable emotion for 90 seconds, it will dissolve.
Drobny shares a few simple mindfulness exercises, including a 'metta' meditation, in which you repeat to yourself, calmly, while inhaling and exhaling:
Autism - it's an all-to-common diagnosis for children on the Central Coast and across the country. But, treatment for the disease has come a long way in the past 50 years.
One of the most effective modern therapies for Autism was developed at the UC Santa Barbara Koegel Autism Center. I spoke with one of the center's founders, Dr. Lynn Koegel, to find out more about the Pivotal Response Treatment therapy she and her husband, Dr. Robert Koegel, developed during their 30 years of working in the field.
We're living in stressful times. A nasty political battle is underway in the U.S. presidential election race, and violent attacks at venues which were once considered safe places to relax seem to be becoming more common. How can you maintain your equilibrium and keep your family feeling safe amid all of the turmoil and uncertainty?
I spoke with Los Angeles-based psychotherapist, John Tsilimparis, MFT, for tips on how to reduce stress in tense times, as well as how to spot warning signs of depression, suicidal thoughts and anxiety.
Holding a grudge only hurts yourself. But, how can you let go of old anger, or fear? Hypnotherapist Nancy Segal shares tips for how to release old wounds and live a happier life.
More than 29 million Americans are living with diabetes. This number is expected to rise, and many more people aren't even aware that they have the disease.
In this episode of Lisa.FM Thrive, author Michael Bedar explains the dramatic rise in diabetes, obesity and other health problems in America is linked to "the 20 year rule." That's the amount of time that has passed since highly-processed foods arrived on store shelves.
Bedar talks about how to 'eat intuitively,' by choosing and preparing foods in a way that retains their natural colors. The clothes we wear (cotton clothing can be drenched in toxic pesticides) and the water we bathe in also impact our health.
Bedar's novel, "Sweet Healing: A Whole Health Journey," has been described as a whole-life healing-themed "Way of the Peaceful Warrior"-type adventure. It tells the story of how a man on the brink of of retirement learns he has type 2 diabetes. It describes how his family comes together to offer support. The story also features seven touchstones, or inspirational gems, for living a well-balanced, healthy life.
Getting into a state of relaxation or mindfulness is a tall order for a lot of people. In this Lisa.FM Thrive! podcast episode, find out how easy it can be to get into a state of 'Zen'
I'm joined by Michiko Rolek, great grandaughter of the first Zen-master to come to the United States. Michiko, along with her daughter Grace, an up & coming voice over talent and actress, share simple tips for reaching an immediate sense of calm and relaxation.
Michiko trained Grace to be calm during auditions using these age-old Zen techniques. You will enjoy listening to them as they share simple tips.
Note: This is a 'throwback' episode of Lisa.FM Thrive!, recorded in the Los Angeles area around 2008. Grace is now, an adult - and, still working in the entertainment industry.
(Pictured is Grace showing off her Kung Fu Panda moves with Jack Black. Grace is voice of the 'shy bunny' in the Kung Fu Panda short movie, the bonus disk in the Kung Fu Panda DVD.)
If the idea of speaking in public makes you feel queasy, you're not alone. Public speaking tops the list of fears for many people.
In this podcast, certified hypnotist and author Nancy Seagal shares tips for keeping “CALM” while presenting in public, including an idea for feeling less intimidated in front of an audience, and how to quiet your inner critic.
The link between your mouth and overall health is becoming more evident. Developing a good routine of brushing, flossing and seeing your dentist regularly can help you maintain good health into your sunset years.
Dr. Chris Marchack of Pasadena Prosthodontics describes oral systemic health, and the link between periodontal disease and other health conditions, from stroke and heart attack to infertility.
He covers dental health for all ages - from kids (he'll share a story that could convince the little ones in your life to get started on a life-long solid brushing routine) to senior-citizens, and how taking prescription drugs can impact dental health.
You may also be surprised to learn the value of having healthy teeth and gums when recovering from heart valve and knee or hip replacement surgeries.
"There's definitely a correlation between good dental hygiene and
infections," said Dr. Chris.
Along with seeing patients, Dr. Chris trains dentists and speaks to other dental professionals around the world. For more information, visit his website at PasadenaImplants.com
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A bout of bronchitis kept Roberta "Bobbi" Gibb from running in the 2016 Boston Marathon. Instead, she served as Grand Marshal of the famous race. But, 50 years ago, when women were not allowed to enter the Boston Marathon, Gibb ran the race anyway -making history and forever changing women's sports.
In this episode of Lisa.FM Thrive! Gibb explains how, dressed in her brother's Bermuda shorts, she jumped out of bushes near the starting line to run the race. She talks about what the other runners did when they figured out there was a woman in the race and what happened afterward.
"We had a sense at that moment that things were never going to be the same again," said Gibb.
Learn the reason Race officials gave her for not allowing her to race in 1966, and how she turned the rejection into an opportunity to speak up for social justice. Gibb also shares the experience that moved her to tears at this year's Boston Marathon.
Today, Bobbi speaks up for social change. And, her interests span a wide spectrum - from art to neuroscience. She's an artist, and a fundraising effort is underway to have Bobbi create a sculpture of herself - or a generic female runner - to go on display in Boston. Click this link to learn more or donate. And, be sure to connect with Bobbi Gibb via her Faceook page, click here.
It seems like allergy season gets longer every year. Whether it’s foods or the environment, a lot of people are suffering from allergies.
In this episode of Lisa.FM Thrive!, Dr. Jacob Offenberger, allergist and specialist with Dignity Health Northridge Hospital talks about the latest trends in caring for allergy sufferers.
Find out why kids living on farms are less likely to suffer with allergies than kids who live in the city; and why Dr. Offengberger recommends that parents introduce their children to a variety of foods at a very young age.
Find out if air purifiers or humidifiers can provide relief, and whether there are any alternative treatments (I use a blend of essential oils to keep my sinuses dry).
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A smile is a sign of friendliness that’s understood in any language. What can you do if you were not born with a beautiful smile but would like to improve yours?
In this episode, Dr. Christopher Marchack with Pasadena Prosthodontics offers options for what you could do to improve your smile, as well as tips for how to find a dentist that’s right for you.