Cinco de Mayo Lima

See what I did there in the title of this post? I thought it was cute to have Lime in Spanish with everything. Anyways….Hope everyone has a great day today! Last week felt like it inched by which is what I needed but didn’t want, and this week it feels like it has flown by; which is what I need to stop now! Unfortunately, I now only have a couple more weeks until my exam I am retaking for the sections I didn’t manage to pass the first time. Anyways, today I wanted to share a few things about Young Living’s Lime Essential Oil. With it being Cinco de Mayo tomorrow, I thought it would be perfect. Let’s get started with “Cinco de Mayo Lima….”

Things Used:

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  • Lime Essential Oil
  • Aria Diffuser

Young Living’s Lime Essential Oil:

Cinco de Mayo Lima -- Visit for more info... There are so options for using the Lime Essential Oil. According to Young Living’s website, “[w]ith a bright and refreshing citrus scent, Lime essential oil smells just like freshly sliced limes. When diffused, this summery aroma can uplift your environment. Lime oil has a versatile scent that complements most other citrus essential oils such as Lemon, Bergamot, Grapefruit, Orange, and Tangerine.”

Their website also says that “[i]f you’re feeling uninspired, try diffusing Lime oil for a bright, refreshing aroma that may clear a path to greater creativity.” I guess I need to start diffusing when I am trying to come up with my creative crafts.

It’s also beneficial for adding to your nightly moisturizer, just be sure not to apply if you are going to be outside exposed to the sun since it’s one of the photosensitivity oils, just as all the citrus oils.

Cinco de Mayo:

With tomorrow being Cinco de Mayo, this is the perfect essential oil to be adding to all those recipes. You can add it to things such as Guacamole, Salsa, and Margaritas. Having rice? Add a couple drops to the bowl for some lime flavored rice. The list continues.


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There’s also lots of different diffuser blends to use with the Lime Essential Oil. You could diffuse Lime and Peppermint for a “Mojito” uplifting scent. Don’t want to make a margarita but want to have the scent of one? Add some Stress Away Essential Oil with the Lime in your diffuser. These are just a few more in addition to the citrus ones Young Living Lists on their website that this essential oil goes well in combination.

Other Uses:

Other things you can use Lime Essential Oil for includes body scrubs, salad dressings, mood-lifter, bath bombs, bug bites, and more. I’m not sure if one of my uncles liked lime, but he sure did love his watermelon. There’s even a recipe for a drink with watermelon and a single drop of lime. Though I don’t particular like lime, I’m guessing the flavor is like the Lemon Essential Oil, totally different from the actual thing, therefore; I love the Lemon. Guess I’ll be making me some of this watermelon drink once it gets closer to summer. 😎

There you go! A little information about Young Living’s Lime Essential Oil. Hope you enjoyed! And remember, though I didn’t use the picture of my Lime Vitality Essential Oil, it is safe to ingest. I’ll be doing a post on the Vitality Essential Oil Bottles in a few weeks.

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Have any questions about today’s “Oily Thursday” “Cinco de Mayo Lima” post or Young Living Essential Oils? Please feel free to comment below. Ready to make it yourself but need the oils? Visit my personal Young Living website here. Want to sign up to be a consultant and receive free gifts, discounts and more? Click here. Thanks for visiting! Hope to see you again!

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**As with any over the counter medicines or prescription, a specific essential oil may work great for me, but not so much for you. I am not a doctor, just someone who uses essential oils on a daily basis and loves them. These are recommendations, as it is a trial and error type process to find what works best for you. This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.**

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