This on line course will give the student a great overall education on Essential Oils and Aromatherapy. The student will learn the physiological process on the human body, the history of this modality, the process needed to create essential oils, review of contraindications of using essential oils, many carrier oils, how and when to use the oils, which oils to use and for what types of conditions, and plenty of recipes for so many uses. This course has been taken by lay people, doctors, pediatricians, nurses, dentists, hygienists, students and teens with great satisfaction and the ability to use oils immediately with confidence. A secret Facebook group has been set up for interaction with all students and Dr. Sharrie so sharing can be fun and easy.
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There is a hige difference between raw, unpasteurized honey and processed, pasteurized honey. In raw honey you can find 27 minerals, 22 amino acids and 5000 live enzymes. When honey is pasteurized the heat destroys the antioxidants and kills the live enzymes that our bodies need. Raw honey will have a milky appearance and should be darker in color than the processed honey.
Pasteurized and processed honey is clearer when held up to the light and much lighter in color than raw honey.
Honey is sweeter than white refine sugar but it is still a carbohydrate no matter how you look at it. Honey contains 82 grams of carbohydrates and the same amount of white refined sugar would contain 100% carbohydrates!
Raw honey is an antiviral, antifungal, and antibacterial. Raw honey contains niacin, riboflavin, thiamin, and B6. This naturally made syrup can aid in digestion, strengthen the immune system, eliminate allergies, stabilize blood pressure and is great for acne, skin conditions and injuries as well as burns. Raw honey can be put on infections and rashes as well to help speed the healing process. Raw honey is also an anti inflammatory so it can be used to relieve certain types of pain. using raw honey to calm the nerves and treat ulcers has no side effects like many drugs do. For using in seasonal allergies it is best to use local raw honey only for best results.
Manuka honey is made in New Zealand where pollution is very low and therefore it is rumored that this raw honey has greater antibacterial benefits for colds, sore throats, indigestion, stomach ulcers and acne.
There are many types and flavors of honey depending on where the bees are visiting. Orange Blossom honey which obviously comes from the bees primarily visiting orange blossoms is usually very light in color with a mild flavor of citrus. Wildflower raw honey gets its name due to the bees collecting through a variety of wild flowers and not just one type. Apiaries use this name especially when the bees are using an unknown source. Clover honey is the highest producer in the United States and varies in color depending on where it is produced.
Overall honey is an amazing sweetener with incredible healing and medicinal qualities.Do your research and enjoy the gift from the bees of raw honey.
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1 tsp vanilla
1TBS coconut flour
¼ tsp cinnamon
1 TBS coconut oil
Mash the banana with the back of a fork and then combine the remaining ingredients of egg, vanilla, coconut flour and cinnamon. Put pan on medium heat and place the coconut oil in the pan. Once the pan is heated drop the mixture by spoonfuls so there are three little cakes in the pan. Allow the cakes to brown a little before flipping them over. After browning on both sides, serve.
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