I’ve been trying something new lately – Green Lemon Water!!
I’ve added a few drops of each Lemon Essential Oil and Chlorophyll Concentrate.
My water is green!!! The Chlorophyll doesn’t have any taste (I don’t buy the kind with fake peppermint in it) but it brings my water to an alkaline state instead of being acidic. (Chances are your water is acidic 😩 at best your water may be neutral). It’s best to eat and drink foods that are alkaline. Chlorophyll Concentrate is an easy way to get some extra green in your life. See more benefits here:
And then, as always, I added a citrus oil. Today I stuck with a basic. I added a few drops of Lemon Essential Oil. It’s basic lemon water but it’s delicious. Here are some of my favorite oils to add to my water:
Lemon Essential Oil
🍋 Naturally cleanses the body and aids in digestion*
🍋Supports healthy respiratory function*
🍋Promotes a positive mood
Pink Pepper Essential Oil
- Supports healthy immune, digestive, and respiratory systems*
- Relaxing to the nervous system*
Grapefruit Essential Oil
- Improves the appearance of blemishes
- Supports healthy metabolism*
- Uplifts mood
Slim & Sassy Essential Oil
- Promotes healthy metabolism*
- Helps manage hunger cravings when taken with water*
- Diuretic-, stimulant-, and calorie-free*
Peppermint Essential Oil
- When ingested, promotes healthy respiratory function and clear breathing*
- Promotes digestive health when taken internally*
- Repels bugs naturally
Be on the look out for my Ebook! I’ll be sharing more tips like this! ❤️ 💧
doTERRA Essential Oils
I recommend only one brand of essential oils. Please do not use these tips if you are going to go out and buy the cheapest brands that you can find.
When it comes to essential oils, you get what you pay for. There’s hardly any regulation on the essential oil market so you have to do your due diligence when purchasing oils.
After research, I fell on doTERRA. DoTERRA holds themself to the highest purity and safety standards on the market. Plus, they hold themselves to fair trade and sustainability practices.