How to use
5 ways to use Carol Tuttle Healing Oils
These essential oil blends ease your healing in simple, effective ways. You’ll get the most benefit if you apply them correctly and regularly. A little bit goes a long way—just a few drops can create the desired result.
Use each oil as recommended. Always read the safety notes before use.
Direct inhalation is the easiest way to activate healing with essential oils. Essential oils are uniquely suited to cross the blood-brain barrier. They are rapidly absorbed and interact with brain receptors in the central nervous system to support healing. Reprogramming thought and emotion patterns is about to get easier.
How to use:
Place 1-2 drops of essential oil in the palm of your hands
Rub hands together
Cup hands over mouth and nose without touching face
1-2 drops may also be placed on a cotton ball and put in pillowcase to inhale while sleeping.
*Inhale before and after your healing practices. To reinforce healing, inhale throughout the day as needed.
A soothing hot bath combined with essential oils opens up the body and mind to healing by reducing physical tension, stress, and anxiety. As you relax in an essential oil bath, your mind and body will more easily release repressed emotion and toxic energy to assist your healing process.
How to use:
Get an empty glass jar
Add 6-8 drops of essential oil and 2 tablespoons of Epsom or sea salts
Replace lid and shake well to mix
Pour into bath or foot bath, and soak
Soak for at least 10 minutes
The salt acts as an emulsifier allowing the essential oil to disperse evenly into the water.
*Listen to your daily scripts and affirmations while bathing.
Topical application allows you to target specific areas of the body, such as the tapping points taught in the Healing Plan. When you apply oils to the tapping points or bottom of the feet, you access reflexology and acupressure points for the whole body. Oil travels through pores, directly enters the bloodstream, and circulates through the whole body in a matter of minutes. It also activates your energy meridian system to release repressed emotion and negative thought patterns.
How to use:
Place 1-2 drops of essential oil on bottom of feet or back of neck
For general application or for use with children and the elderly, dilute 10 drops of essential oil in 10 ml of carrier oil, such as grapeseed, avocado, or jojoba.
*Before watching a healing session, put 1-2 drops of essential oil in the palm of one hand. Dip fingertips into the blend and rub onto the fingertips of the other hand. You may also apply directly to tapping points on the body.
Diffusing. Enjoy all the same benefits as with inhalation. Diffusing extends the benefits to the whole household, while also cleaning and purifying the air with a subtle non-toxic scent.
How to use:
Add 12-15 drops of essential oil to diffuser
Diffuse for 15 minutes every 2 hours
*Diffuse during healing sessions—both while doing your daily and weekly practices and techniques, and throughout the day to reinforce your healing.
Massage. Activate deep healing from head to toe by targeting specific points of the body. By diluting with a carrier oil you can extend application to a larger area, while staying within the recommended drops. Take your Carol Tuttle Healing Oil blend to your next massage visit. As you relax into your massage, you will be able to access the benefits of the Healing Plan at a subconscious level.
How to Use:
Get 1 oz. of carrier oil, such as grapeseed, avocado, or jojoba
Mix 16 drops of essential oil in carrier oil
Massage into skin as desired
Do a self-massage of legs, feet, and shoulders. Or invite your massage therapist to use during your massage.
Do a healing session from your healing plan before each massage in order to activate the body’s healing memory.
100% pure premium grade organic or wildcrafted essential oils of Jasmine, Bay Laurel,
Bergamot, Roman Chamomile, Rose, Sandalwood, Neroli, Spikenard
Jasmine is generally known first and foremost as an aphrodisiac oil. However, as with most oils, it has many uses. Some of its known uses have been for muscle spasms, easing childbirth, apathy, depression and as a general mood enhancer. Use with Caution when pregnant.
Bay Laurel (Laurus nobilis), is confused with an oil called Bay (Pimenta racemosa). These are completely different oils. Bay Laurel is an oil that is widely used for skin issues, ranging from ulcerations, acne, dandruff, hair loss, nerve related pain, to boils and even malaria. The first go-to oil for lymphatic system stimulation. Some of the emotional struggles of everyday life, such as a lack of self-esteem and monthly female related needs are addressed with this oil. Avoid when pregnant.
Bergamot oil carries a light citrus scent. Often used as an ingredient in teas, such as Earl Grey. Effective for a wide range of digestive issues, urinary tract related infections, cuts and scars, and spasms. A favorite oil for use in emotional support for anxiety, depression, and PMS.
Roman Chamomile is favorite for children's tummy problems, restless nights, colic, and teething. Can regulate and balance hormones. Its antispasmodic properties can ease muscle pain, stomach cramps, and restless legs. When inhaled or applied to the feet is calming and can encourage restful sleep. Useful in skin care to reduce wrinkles and ease rashes.
Rose is said to be the ultimate oil because of its ability to encourage the production and release of dopamine. Rose and Geranium should not be confused, they are not related. Rose has been used in perfumes for its lovely scent for hundreds of years. It is an extremely rare and valuable essential oil.
Sandalwood is an effective oil for short-term mental stress, as well as an oil used in many skin care related products. Cleopatra is said to have used it in her beauty regimen. It is also highly effective as an aphrodisiac oil for men.
Neroli oil is derived from the delicate blossoms of the Seville Orange. It alleviates stress and anxiety, reduces inflammation. It can help improve the symptoms of menopause while increasing sexual desire and reducing blood pressure by acting on the endocrine system, regulating hormone production. It is effective in treating skin challenges such as acne, scratch marks, and minor cuts.
Spikenard sometimes called Nard. It is used in herbal medicines for minor health issues such as inflammation, muscle spasms, and heavy menstrual bleeding. It's an emotional support oil, calming the mind, and centers one's thoughts and clears anxiety. Also anti-fungal.
Safety Notes: Keep out of reach of children and avoid contact with eyes. Avoid use if pregnant. Phototoxic- Avoid direct exposure to sun 12 hours after use on skin. If applying an essential oil to skin, always perform a small patch test by properly diluting the oil in an appropriate carrier oil and applying to an insensitive part of the body, such as inside of elbow. Never put oils in the ear canal or eyes. Use vegetable or milk to remove any essential oils causing irritation. Always keep essential oils and blends away from children. To slow oxidation and protect shelf life, store in a cool, dark place with lids tightly secured.
Disclaimer: This information is provided for educational purposes only, not to treat, cure, prevent, or diagnose any disease or condition, or prescribe in any way. The data presented here may not be complete or fully accurate. As with all essential oils, do not take internally unless working with a qualified and expert practitioner. Always consult doctor before taking any oil.