I wanted to share a couple of my favorite oils.  After you start using doTERRA you will soon have many favorites.
I have played hard for as long as I can remember.  When I was in the Marine Corps I was a pitcher on a co-ed softball team.  One of those games I met a line drive ball to the face.  I have chronic back and neck pain and I have come to believe that this is one of the many incidents that have led to my body not being very happy with me.
In the past I have used pain killers to alleviate some of this pain.  I now have some natural pain remedies available.

For basic aches and pains I use Deep Blue rub.  On those days when the pain is extreme and I need relief now; I use Cypress and Lemongrass.  This is instant relief and guaranteed to work for me every time.

Deep Blue
dōTERRA’s Deep Blue Rub is a rich, topical cream infused with Deep Blue® Soothing Blend of Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade essential oils that provides targeted comfort to tired and sore joints and muscles. Formulated with a proprietary blend of natural plant extracts and other powerful ingredients, Deep Blue Rub provides a comforting sensation of cooling and warmth to problem areas. With close to 5 ml of dōTERRA’s top-selling Deep Blue essential oil blend of wintergreen, camphor, peppermint, blue tansy, German chamomile, helichrysum, and osmanthus, Deep Blue Rub is an essential addition to your bathroom cabinet, gym bag, or first aid kit. Deep Blue Rub is blended in a base of moisturizing emollients that leave your skin feeling soft, not greasy and is the choice of massage therapists and sports practitioners for applying dōTERRA’s Deep Blue essential oil blend.


Distilled from branches and foliage from the cypress tree. Cypress essential oil is commonly utilized for its ease on breathing. It can be used to help ease restricted, tight muscles, and also can be used topically to aid localized blood circulation. A mix of cypress as well as grapefruit is commonly used in health spa treatments for beautifying legs and skin.

Oil Properties: Antibacterial, anti-infectious, antimicrobial, mucolytic, astringent, diuretic, lymphatic, antiseptic, deodorant, and prostate decongestant, also refreshing and relaxing.

Historical Oil Uses: Cypress historically was used for its benefit to fluid systems such as perspiration, urinary system, menstrual flow, and also diarrhea.

Possible Uses: Cypress Essential oil may be useful for strengthening blood capillary walls, asthma, circulatory system, reducing cellulite, spasmodic coughs, colds, strengthening connective tissue, diarrhea, edema, gallbladder, energy, fever, bleeding gums, laryngitis, hemorrhaging, influenza, lung circulation, liver disorders, muscular cramps, nervous tension, ovarian cysts, skin care, increasing perspiration, nose bleeds, whooping cough, and wounds.


Properties: Analgesic, (one of the oils that less is more), antibacterial, anticancer, antidepressant, antiseptic, antifungal, anti-infectious, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, arterial vasodilator, mild diuretic, expectorant, antiviral, bactericide, and deodorant.

USES:  Excellent effectiveness with Staph infections, bladder infections, fluid retention, kidney disorders, lymphatic drainage, and strengthing vascular walls.

Lemongrass can be used to settle digestion, relieve flatulence and intestinal cramping, reduce fevers, stimulate and strengthen the nervous system, invigorate and strengthen the body, and as an insect repellent.

It can be used to reduce bad cholesterol, improve eyesight, and repair ligaments. It is great for tissue regeneration. It can also be used to relieve acne, symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome, reduce H-Pylori (a pathogen responsible for gastroduodenal disease), to purifiy lymphatic system and digestive system, and eliminate some parasites. Lemongrass Oil can improve your athletic performance by increasing blood circulation.

Brings highly oxygenated cells from your lungs to enhance the energy you need for a better physical performance. After exercising, it is very helpful in promoting the relief of build up of lactic acid in the muscles that can cause cramping.