Sunny Saffron
Courtlyn. Lover of Jesus, sunsets, food, and all things music.
meditationsinwonderland:

So I just so happen to be sitting here with my hair tied up, soaking in some organic coconut oil that I picked up from Whole Foods for about $7!
If you can’t tell I’ve been kindling a health kick (the tea obsession, the organic food shopping), and I’ve been reading all about organic coconut oil. I did some beauty treatments with it back in high school but then randomly stopped, and I’m thinking it’s time to pay homage to my old flame.
I’m a big believer in Edgar Cayce’s theory that everything we need to sustain ourselves and to keep ourselves healthy and in top condition can be found naturally and organically in nature. The earth provides us with everything we need to keep ourselves healthy. Organic coconut oils is one of those organic wonders, and I love everything about it so far.
After doing a little research I realized that this goes way beyond beauty, and crosses the boundary into health uses too - you can literally do anything with it:
It gives you an energy boost if you eat a spoonful
eat a spoonful with vitamins to help absorption
great to add to body lotions or use as body wash or shave gel in the shower
acts as a natural deodorant if you dab a little under your arms
it can condition your wooden cutting boards in the kitchen
moisturizes your lips
can be used as a substitute for cooking oil or vegetable oil while cooking
put some in bath water for a moisture soak
can be used to remove makeup
soothes skin irritation, bug bits or stings, athlete’s foot or other fungal infections
can be used on cuts and burns (use a thin layer only) to facilitate healing
improves thyroid function if you eat 5 spoonfuls a day, as well as overall immune health
prevents wrinkles and sagging if you put a little under your eyes
can be used as massage oil
helps reduce migraines
coat your cooking and baking dishes instead of cooking spray
it acts as a natural sunscreen
for hair: leave in for several hours for a natural conditioner, use as a shampoo, mix with honey for a moisturizing hair mask
for mamas: helps milk flow, helps reduce visibility of stretch marks, and can help heal diaper rash, and you can use it down below to to relieve discomfort or dryness while healing
Food (or organic oil) for thought,
Anna

meditationsinwonderland:

So I just so happen to be sitting here with my hair tied up, soaking in some organic coconut oil that I picked up from Whole Foods for about $7!

If you can’t tell I’ve been kindling a health kick (the tea obsession, the organic food shopping), and I’ve been reading all about organic coconut oil. I did some beauty treatments with it back in high school but then randomly stopped, and I’m thinking it’s time to pay homage to my old flame.

I’m a big believer in Edgar Cayce’s theory that everything we need to sustain ourselves and to keep ourselves healthy and in top condition can be found naturally and organically in nature. The earth provides us with everything we need to keep ourselves healthy. Organic coconut oils is one of those organic wonders, and I love everything about it so far.

After doing a little research I realized that this goes way beyond beauty, and crosses the boundary into health uses too - you can literally do anything with it:

  • It gives you an energy boost if you eat a spoonful
  • eat a spoonful with vitamins to help absorption
  • great to add to body lotions or use as body wash or shave gel in the shower
  • acts as a natural deodorant if you dab a little under your arms
  • it can condition your wooden cutting boards in the kitchen
  • moisturizes your lips
  • can be used as a substitute for cooking oil or vegetable oil while cooking
  • put some in bath water for a moisture soak
  • can be used to remove makeup
  • soothes skin irritation, bug bits or stings, athlete’s foot or other fungal infections
  • can be used on cuts and burns (use a thin layer only) to facilitate healing
  • improves thyroid function if you eat 5 spoonfuls a day, as well as overall immune health
  • prevents wrinkles and sagging if you put a little under your eyes
  • can be used as massage oil
  • helps reduce migraines
  • coat your cooking and baking dishes instead of cooking spray
  • it acts as a natural sunscreen
  • for hair: leave in for several hours for a natural conditioner, use as a shampoo, mix with honey for a moisturizing hair mask
  • for mamas: helps milk flow, helps reduce visibility of stretch marks, and can help heal diaper rash, and you can use it down below to to relieve discomfort or dryness while healing

Food (or organic oil) for thought,

Anna

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Went into Lush for the first time yesterday…I am in love.

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