Ready to use your doTerra Cilantro oil in the kitchen? Plus upcoming "Cooking with Essential Oils" events!
"Essential Oils in the Kitchen: Cooking & Cleaning"
*This class will be offered three times in August in the Defuniak Springs, Navarre, and Milton areas!
Ready to take your essential oils experience to a new level? Come learn how to utilize your essential oils in the culinary world by helping us create numerous easy appetizers such as Lime-Cilantro guacamole and blender salsa with plantain chips, marinade ideas for summer grilling, a Basil-Kale pesto dipping sauce with gluten-free crackers, and ending with a summer fruit salad with a Peppermint-Wild Orange sauce.
After preparing our food, let's learn how to make our two main cleaners - glass cleaner and multipurpose cleaner - to clean up the kitchen before we enjoy our delicious meal. Plus learn other household cleaner ideas for stuck-on food, oven cleaning, and other kitchen uses for your essential oils!
Fee is $10 to cover cost of ingredients.
For more information or to register:
August 20th 11am Defuniak Springs - https://www.facebook.com/events/1088732371172489/
August 27th 1:30pm Milton - https://www.facebook.com/events/1320210424674149/
August 27th 6pm Navarre - https://www.facebook.com/events/603518366522891/
doTerra Cilantro Essential Oil Specifics:
**This information contributed by doTerra via Cilantro Oil Spotlight via The Blog
Well known as a key culinary ingredient, Cilantro oil comes from an herb recognized for its many uses and benefits in the kitchen and for the body. Cilantro oil has a flavorful kick that can be used in many different dishes, including dips, salads, meats, and guacamole. Incorporating Cilantro into meals can spice up an average recipe. Consuming Cilantro can also provide powerful internal benefits. When used internally, Cilantro essential oil can aid in healthy digestion and act as a natural cleanser and detoxifier for the body. Cilantro oil can also help cleanse and freshen the air when its sweet and herbal aroma is diffused. When applied to the skin, Cilantro provides a soothing and cooling feeling that can aid in the relaxation of the body.
Cilantro Essential Oil Uses and Benefits
All parts of the cilantro plant are edible. The leaves of the cilantro and the seeds of the plant, known as coriander, are often used as spices in Latin American, Asian, and American cuisine, and the coriander root is used in Thai dishes.
- See more at: http://doterra.com/US/en/blog/spotlight-cilantro-oil#sthash.061xSl4K.dpuf
Dilute one drop in 4oz of liquid.
Guatemalan Cardamom oil can be used to slow down muscle contractions in the intestines and to ease bowel looseness,* which is why it is commonly taken to aid in digestion.* Consider taking Cardamom oil internally when experiencing occasional feelings of stomach discomfort, or after over-indulging at dinner.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
See more at: https://doterra.com/US/en/blog/spotlight-cardamom
Cardamom Oil Uses and Benefits
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