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Lavender and Tea Tree EssentIal Oil Cleaning Spray


  • Makes: 16 fluid ounces


Make a homemade multipurpose home cleaning spray featuring lavender and tea tree essential oils.


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1. In bottle, combine soap and essential oils.                                                                                    Source aura cacia website
2. Top with water, replace lid and shake until well blended. 
3. To use, spray on surface and wipe clean with damp cloth.


Simple Natural Toothpaste Recipe:

  • Equal parts of coconut oil and baking soda

  • Add essential oil to taste

  • Add stevia (if desired) to taste

For 6 tablespoons of oil to 6 tablespoons of baking soda, add 10-15 drops of essential oil. Try peppermint, eucalyptus, cinnamon, clove, lemon, orange, rosemary or any others or any combination that sound good to you. Each essential oil provides more than taste; each adds its own benefit.  Add drops of one, or experiment with combinations. Be sure to buy your essential oils from a reputable source and be sure you are getting the right genus species. Many oils come from different species and contain different properties.

  • Peppermint— a powerful anti-oxidant

  • Eucalyptus—antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory

  • Cinnamon—antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant

  • Clove—antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal and an amazing antioxidant, the highest antioxidant essential oil. It is approved by the Dental Association for use as a dental anesthetic.   It’s great for killing Candida.

  • Lemon—antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant

  • Orange—antiseptic and antioxidant

  • Rosemary—antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral

  • Neem oil and tea tree oil could also be used for antibacterial qualities. Try 6-8 drops but know that neither one is a flavor enhancer.  They may help tighten up gum tissue, however.

  • Your basic recipe can be changed in a variety of ways. Coconut oil is solid at room temperature, sesame oil is not. You can replace as much coconut oil with sesame oil as desired to reach the consistency you prefer. But realize this will also change the taste and the color.

Your dry ingredients can also be altered. Try adding trace minerals, calcium magnesium powder, bentonite clay, and/or diatomaceous earth to the mix, removing an equal amount of baking soda and adjusting for consistency.

Trace minerals, calcium magnesium powder, and diatomaceous earth will all aid in re-mineralization, while bentonite clay will aid in drawing out impurities as it, like the aforementioned dry ingredients, adds grit

Source Organic Lifestyle Magazine

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