I will be sharing a lot of DIY recipes but first we are going to cover some of my favorite Vitality Oils!
Lemongrass Vitality & Orange Vitality
Now that you know a little more about the Vitality line and what makes Young Living oils so unique, let’s talk about some specific ones and how to start using them in the world of hot and cold beverages. (If you missed my first post in this series, you can read it here.)
First up - Lemongrass Vitality. This oil is full of bright, citrusy flavor and has a crisp, herbaceous bite to it. This oil is also a key ingredient in Young Living’s Slique CitraSlim weight-management products. And listen to this - it may support overall wellness, the digestive system, and a healthy circulatory system when taken as a daily supplement. Try a drop in some honey and then stir into your favorite tea - hot or cold! You can even start with a toothpick swirl and see if you’d like more. Simply stick a toothpick inside the orifice of the plastic reducer inside the oil bottle. Then swirl that around in your drink.
Now let’s talk about one of my favorite citrus oils - Orange Vitality. This oil is packed with a sweet, citrus flavor profile and full of zestiness. Not only does it taste incredible in water, juice, smoothies, and NingXia Red, you can also add it to hot or cold tea! It contains the naturally occurring constituent limonene, has antioxidant properties, and cleanses the digestive system. How amazing! One thing to note: citrus oils can break down the petrochemicals in plastic so it’s safer to use stainless steel, glass, or ceramic when adding oils to your dishes and drinks.
Want to know something else pretty cool? Young Living carries a Bergamot Vitality oil. That’s the fruit that’s used to make Earl Grey tea!
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Are you a fan of citrus in your tea?