Which Oils Do I Take Traveling?

We’re going on a trip! It will be so good to see close friends we haven’t seen in over a year! But it’s also been a while since our family has stayed overnight anywhere. Which brings me to the title question.

I can’t take my full arsenal of oils with us. Which ones should I take, that can handle anything that happens?

My keychain oils case limits me to eight or nine choices, which is sensible enough. This ought to do it. Valor, Stress Away, Copaiba, Endoflex, Ginger, Thyme, Eucalyptus Radiata, Frankincense, and Helichrysum.

Never again forget something important using this packing method!

Valor, for anxiety or rough sleep.

Stress Away, to put on the A/C vents to help calm the car crabbiness.

Copaiba, labeled “teething” because we put it on babies’ gums to help soothe teething. It doesn’t do a bad job of helping adult headaches, either.

EndoFlex, my daily thyroid support.

Ginger, for nausea and car sickness.

Thyme, for my ankle that’s still healing from a strain.

Eucalyptus Radiata, for stuffy noses. This particular Eucalyptus is the best one for babies.

Frankincense, for anything and everything. This was my first aid when I had that ankle incident that left me scraped and swollen. Very glad I had it!

Helichrysum, for anything Frankincense can do, but without the stinging sensation on open cuts.

Packed and ready!

What oils do you take with you on long trips?

P.S. I’ve just got to slip one more bottle in my purse. We can’t go anywhere in the summertime without Citronella!

Dear Mama, Who is Going on a Trip

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