Featured Oil of the Week: PanAway Essential Oil

PanAway essential oil is one of the more expensive essential oils but for good reason. This amazing essential oil is one that has a specific purpose and it does it’s job well.
PanAway Essential Oil isn’t like Lavender, the swiss army knife of essential oils. It has a more refined and specific use versus having many, many uses. That makes this EO a key bottle in your oil arsenal, that for most of us we will use regularly but maybe not every day. On the other hand, there are people out there that will be so grateful to have this essential oil to use it every single day to support their muscular and skeletal systems.
This super oil is best used topically, not aromatically. Topical application of essential oils is a great way to benefit from those oils. That is because your skin is your largest organ! You can read up on topical application of essential oils on my last blog post.
How to use your PanAway:
  • Achy Hands- Dilute 1-3 drops with a carrier oil and rub on trouble spots
  • Post Workout/Yoga Relief- Dilute 2-4 drops with a carrier and rub into sore areas OR add 4 drops to Epsom salt and pour into hot bath
  • Long day on your feet?
  • Cramps during a certain time of the month?
  • …you get the picture. Dilute this EO and apply where needed. Avoid sensitive skin.
  • For days when you need more support, ‘bump’ your PanAway with two drops of Copaiba Essential Oil
What EOs are in PanAway?
  • Wintergreen EO
  • Helichrysum EO (this super power EO is why this blend is so expensive)
  • Clove EO
  • Peppermint EO

My favorite way to use this essential oil is adding it to a hot bath! Then my whole body benefits from this powerful essential oil. Make sure you dilute this essential oil at first because it is a ‘Hot’ oil. It will have more of a cooling and tingling sensation than a hot sensation. My go to carrier oils are grape seed oil or coconut oil.

This essential oil is on the higher end of the price spectrum but that is because Helichrysum EO is in this blend. This EO on its own is expensive because “Tiny flowers mean tiny yields of essential oil. We steam distill the delicate blossoms of this plant, and while we don’t get much oil from each distillation, that oil has a rich and complex profile of the naturally occurring constituents neryl acetate, gamma-curcumene, and alpha-pinene” (Young Living Blog).

I hope this taught you more about this Young Living favorite! Feel free to send me any questions. If you want more about essential oils, how to use them safely, or how I live a chemical free life you can subscribe to this blog. Educating people on how to live a chemical free life is my passion! Check out this blog post on essential oils safety. If you’re ready to switch and starting living chemical free let me know through the contact me page and I would love to start helping you!





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