What oils would Bob use?

Okay, it is easy to get overwhelmed when it comes to essential oils.  Where to begin?  Which ones should I get?  Which oils can I purchase that will not be too crazy expensive? I wanted to write about my top 10 essential oils that I think are indispensable… perfect for your family and for your first aid kit.  As we love the movie What About Bob.. here are some baby steps to help you start stocking up on some crucial essential oils.

Such a classic.. I had to add him in here. 🙂

Here are the 10 essential oils for everyday use:  (I have these in my first aid kit)  I am going to give you the retail price for each oil.  If you are wanting to buy the oils at wholesale price from Young Living… you just sign up to be a member ($40) and then you can purchase them for the wholesale price- 24% off retail.  You don’t have to do anything else… no selling, no required autoship.  Easy peasy lemon squeezy!  If you want to earn free oils.. you can be part of the essential rewards program.  That is totally optional though.   Message me if you want details on that.

My top ten oils:



Lavender is amazing… so versatile.  You can use Lavender for stress, burns, wounds, and to help you sleep.

Uses: Respiratory infections, high blood pressure, menstrual problems/PMS, skin conditions (acne, eczema, scarring, stretch marks) burns, hair loss, insomnia and nervous tension.   Price- $30.92 retail


lemon oil

Lemon is so great in helping your body become less acidic, helps purify water and is anti-parasitic.

Uses: Circulatory problems, obesity, parasites, urinary tract infections, varicose veins, anxiety, hypertension, digestive problems, and acne.

Safety: Avoid applying to skin that will be exposed to sunlight or UV light within 24 hours.

Price- $14.80 retail



Peppermint is wonderful to have for upset tummies, headaches, inflammation and fevers.

Uses: Arthritis, respiratory infections, viral infections (cold sores and herpes) fungal infections, headaches and nausea.

Safety: Avoid contact with eyes and dilute when putting on skin.  Do not apply on infants younger than 18 months of age.    Price-$28.29 retail



I use Thieves everyday.   Great for colds, strep throat, infections, spider bites, cleaning and diffusing in your home to get rid of germs.

Safety:  this is a hot oil… make sure to dilute    Price- $44.41 retail



R.C. is my must have oil for winter.  This is wonderful in helping with decongestion, coughs and colds.  I rub on feet, chests and diffuse.

Safety:  Diffuse with a carrier oil when applying directly to skin. Should not use in children under 18 months.  Price- $28.62 retail



I use Di-Gize for upset tummies, food poisoning and any other digestive issues. If you have the flu… rub on bottom of feet and stomach.  (dilute this oil)

Use it for constipation, stomach ache, nausea, gas, and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). It also combats Candida and parasites in humans and animals!

Safety: Children under 5 years of age should not use this Di-Gize essential oil. Women who are pregnant and those who have epilepsy should avoid this oil.  Can cause irritation to the skin, therefore dilution is necessary.  Price- $43.09 retail



Purification is great for keeping the mosquitoes away.  Helps neutralize insect/spider bites. Purification can be used directly on the skin to cleanse and soothe insect bites, cuts, and scrapes. When diffused, it helps to purify and cleanse the air from environmental impurities including cigarette smoke and other disagreeable odors.

Safety: possible photosensitivity  Price- $24.67 retail



PanAway is my go to oil for pain and inflammation. This is used for pulled muscles, bruises, sprains and broken bones!

Safety:  test first.. if sensitive dilute with carrier oil.  Children under 18 months should not use this oil.   Price- $42.76 retail



Valor is called “chiropractor in a bottle”  This is used to help with back pain.  It has been given that nick name because it aligns our physical, mental and emotional bodies electrically in the body.

The smell is very soothing and calming! Valor is used for any back related conditions, including scoliosis and pain.

Safety: no known contraindications at this time   Price- $28.62



Frankincense is a very special oil.. not only is it good for cancer, skin cancer, warts, head trauma, scars, and for wrinkles. Good for a concussion….also great when you are praying.

Uses: Depression, cancer, respiratory infections, inflammation, immune-stimulating

Price-$94.41 retail-  this is the most expensive out of my top ten… maybe one you get later.  I have had the same bottle for years…

The oils in this select collection will provide ongoing support for your home, health, and body!

Not only are these oils a great help to me everyday, but they will come in so handy in an emergency situation.  I highly recommend them all for your first aid kit!

So, don’t get overwhelmed… start with whatever oil you can and keep on with the baby steps!  You will be sailing on, with a full EO first aid kit, in no time…

“I feel good, I feel great, I feel wonderful”


Here is where you can order.


Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions.  Be blessed… Angela

*Sharing experiences with essential oils is an effective way of learning to utilize these powerful gifts from Nature.  With this knowledge we can take control of our personal health.  However, we are required by law in the USA to state, “These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Products and techniques mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.”

2 thoughts on “What oils would Bob use?

  1. Bernice

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