On-Guard Essential Oil Giveaway!


Nancy from doTERRA essential oils is giving away a bottle of On Guard Essential Oil Blend.  You can visit her website HERE.

Below is information on this amazing blend and its many uses:

On Guard Protective Blend {$42.67 Retail Value}

Protect your family this cold and flu season with doTERRA's certified pure therapeutic grade On Guard essential oil blend.

On Guard is doTERRA's unique, proprietary blend formulationed to support healthy immune function.  Wild orange essential oil, combined with clove, cinnamon, eucalyptus, and rosemary offer a fragrant, natural and effective alternative to synthetic options for immune support.  On Guard, with its unique aroma, is one of our most versatile blends.  It is also safe to use on counter tops, as a non-toxic way to cleanse surfaces, or to clear the atmosphere by diffusing.

30 Uses for On Guard

  1. Mix one drop of oil with a small amount of water, gargle and swallow at the onset of a sore throat.
  2. Rub on the bottom of feet during cold and flu season to support immune system.
  3. Three drops of On Guard and three drops of Oregano in a 00 capsule, take three times a day to fight the cold and flu.
  4. Put a few drops in a bowl of hot water, breathe in vapors to help with lung congestion.
  5. One drop of On Guard and one drop of Lemon in a tsp. of honey or agave.  Use for cold and cough relief for children a few times a day.
  6. Add a drop to your toothbrush to help prevent and treat gum disease.
  7. Swish a drop of On Guard and one tablespoon of water for pain relief from toothaches and to kill bacteria in the mouth.  It is spicy!
  8. Combine two drops of On Guard in a small glass of water.  Place toothbrush in water to sanitize over night.
  9. Apply directly to toes and nails to combat fungus.  If it burns, use a carrier oil to dilute.
  10. Apply topically to warts, alternating with Franchinese and Oregano.  Dilute with a carrier oil.
  11. Diffuse in home to ward off germs, especially when the kids come home from school.
  12. Diffuse in home or business to kill air borne pathogens, mold, and to boost immune system.
  13. Sanitize kitchen and bathroom surfaces with 30 oz. of distilled water and 30 drops of On Guard.
  14. Add a few drops to your dishwasher to sanitize your dishes.
  15. Add a few drops to your laundry to sanitize your clothes.
  16. Add a few drops to your mop water to sanitize your floors.
  17. Mix with baking soda to clean bathtubs.
  18. Add to water in your steamer to disinfect floors.
  19. Put a few drops in your vacuum bag to kill pathogens.                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Make an On Guard disinfecting spray with 15 drops of oil per 6 oz. of water:                       
  20. Spray rooms, furniture, or bed sheets to protect against pathogens.
  21. Mix with baking soda and sprinkle on mattress to kill dust mites, then vacuum off.
  22. Spray and wipe off doorknobs and objects touched by the public.
  23. Spray on hands to kill germs.
  24. Use as an air freshener for cooking odors or other unwanted smells.
  25. Disinfect shopping cart handles.
  26. Disinfect items in a classroom. {desks, tables, etc...}
  27. Spray on shower stalls and bathroom walls to disinfect and inhibit the growth of mold.
  28. Mist in your car to kill germs.
  29. Mist on air filters to help kill pathogens in vents and duct work.
  30. Spray in your mouth and swallow on first onset of cold or sore throat.



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