Wintergreen 15ml bottle & Introductory Kit Giveaway! ShamROCK Your World Giveaway Hop!

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Welcome to the ShamROCK Your World Giveaway Hop, hosted by the Blogging Mamas Network! We’re celebrating St. Patrick’s Day by turning our prizes GREEN! That’s right – each blogger in this Hop has a green giveaway just for you – so be sure to hop around the rainbow linky and enter them all, including the Green Grand Prize!

I am sharing my new love for essential oils with you by offering you a chance to ShamROCK your world with WinterGREEN 15ml bottle and a Introductory Kit which includes: 5ml bottles of Lavender, Lemon, and Peppermint essential oils! This is a retail value of $48!

Most modern consumers are familiar with the aroma and flavor of wintergreen due to its popularity in candy and chewing gum. Wintergreen essential oil, however, has much more to offer therapeutically, as a soothing agent for aches and pains, for example*. For aromatic or topical use (dilute when using topically).

Wintergreen Common Uses and Benefits

  • Aches
  • Headache
  • Joint Pain
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Teething Pain

Win Wintergreen 15ml bottle & Introductory Kit Giveaway!

$48 retail value!

This giveaway is open to US residents, 18+ only.

The giveaway will end at 11:59 pm CST on 3/31.

Now that you Entered my giveaway be sure to enter the  Green Grand Prize and then all the other blogs on the linky below! Good Luck! ShamROCK GP.jpg.jpg

DISCLOSURE
So Easy Being Green, Viva Veltoro, the Blogging Mamas Network, and the ShamROCK Your World participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations.

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Comments

  1. Emily L. says:

    We do use essential oils! My favorite is topically. Something about it makes me instantly feel calmer, clearer, and better!

  2. Sarah Hayes says:

    I use them a little but havent been able to get into it as much as Id like. its so much I need to learn so Ive been slow about getting them

  3. I’ve just gotten into essentials. I put lavender in my bath to help my muscles. And I’ve used peppermint to help with sinus issues. Plus I use them in all of my homemade cleaners. πŸ™‚

  4. Kristina S says:

    I love using them topically and in my diffuser

  5. Stacy Harrington Calhoun says:

    I have not started them yet, but i have a small starter kit i am going to start expermenting with

  6. Ashley R says:

    I would add the wintergreen to my homemade toothpaste

  7. I just bought my first one…oil of oregano…and excited to try it. Thank you!

  8. Haven’t used them yet

  9. I use them often. My favorite is Lavender and Tea Tree for fevers.

  10. I use essential oils for hair and skin. Of course, you mix a few drops with other products like shea butter, aloe vera, and such.

  11. I use them a lot! I use lemongrass in my homemade deodorant, i diffuse a relaxation blend in my daughter’s room, and I use peppermint to get rid of yucky smells in my vacuum

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  12. Dani Osenbaugh says:

    I love them. I use them in cleaning, foods & for nearly every health issue possible.

  13. One Southern Girl says:

    We use some… I have a blend that I love to use for colds, flu, or when we’re just feeling bleh. πŸ™‚

  14. kortney Picker says:

    I have never used them before, but I am very interested! I have heard many good things about them and would love to try them!

  15. Right now I only have one EO; I use it as an air freshener with baking soda or in homemade cleaning products. I’m really hoping I can get that Introductory kit!

  16. I just bought some essential oils and am learning how to use them.

  17. Brittany Cornejo says:

    I would use them for multiple things but so far I use eucalyptus for spraying my skin to get rid of tinnea versicolor πŸ™‚

  18. Judy Gregory says:

    I just sniff when needed. I use peppermint for headaches and orange or bergamot for a pick me up. I know lavender has lots of uses bu, personally I just can’t stand the smell. I do use lavender in the rinse water of my dogs’ blankies for extra flea protection.

  19. I use them in making perfumes, liquid soaps and room sprays. I always look for new ways to use them!

  20. I like to use lavender and baking soda in a bath to help calm and relax.

  21. Taylor Schell says:

    I currently use a drop of lavender oil in my sons bath every night, I feel that it helps to calm him and also remind him that it’s bedtime.

  22. I would love to use them in a diffuser.

  23. Desiree Dunbar says:

    I have only used Lavender Essential Oil before, but I’d love to experiment with different oils for Aromatherapy.

  24. I want to use them to make custom body butters.

  25. Michelle says:

    I don’t use them, but I love the idea of managing soon wrote with them! And having dinner on hand to deal with cloth diaper problems… Ppl swear by tea tree.

  26. I just starting using them, so I am new to it!

  27. Tracy Spangler says:

    I started learning about essential oils because I struggle with a rare nerve disorder which causes constant, tremendous pain that surgery cannot ease or heal. It also aids in the pain I have from my mild Cerebral Palsy and helps my husband’s migraines. I enjoy using various essential oils when making homemade toothpaste, deodorant, diaper rash salve, cleaners for my house, lip balms, and in salves for minor wounds. There is no end to the use of essential oils in my house and life! I learn new things about essential oils every day and I feel good about creating healthy products for my family and myself. Thanks!

  28. Melissa Marinho says:

    I’ve used a few oils, but really want to use them a lot more!! I have used a Lavender Oil spray on my pillow to help me sleep, and have used vanilla for calming. I have read that a lot have benefits as a dietary supplement. I’m definitely going to be looking into this more!!

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