PanAway Essential Oil: My Favorite Uses!

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PanAway is the next Everyday Collection essential oil that I’m excited to share with you. Nope, it’s not a new airline- that’s always what I think about when I hear the name. 😉 PanAway is an awesome pain relieving essential oil blend that contains these four individual oils:

•Peppermint Essential Oil (Mentha piperita) 
•Wintergreen Essential Oil (Gaultheria procumbens) 
•Helichrysum Essential Oil (Helichrysum italicum)
•Clove Essential Oil (Syzygium aromaticum) 

 

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I love using PanAway after a workout by simply rubbing it on my muscles after exercise! I also will sometimes apply it prior to a workout for an added energy boost!

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Apply topically after exercise.

Supports the appearance of healthy skin coloration.

Add to V-6â„¢ Vegetable Oil Complex and apply to neck and back for a soothing aromatic experience.

Has a stimulating aroma.

Includes the naturally occurring constituents of methyl salicylate, gamma-curcumene, menthol, and eugenol.

 

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You can pay the $42.76 retail price for a 5ml bottle PanAway or you can get a MUCH better deal by getting that same bottle which comes in the  Young Living Essential Oils Premium Starter Kit! This kit not only includes PanAway, but also will give you a diffuser (diffusing is an awesome way to get oils into your system), the 9 other amazing oils that I’m talking about in this series, samples of Ningxia Red, stress away oil + roller, an Essential Oils Guidebook, oil labels and much more!

If you do not yet have your Young Living Premium Kit, make sure to check out this month’s incredible offer that comes with a bunch of awesome freebies to help you get started! Head on over here to get all the details on this offer:)

 

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Comments

  1. Emily Heise says

    Will be trying this as well. If I may also add that a good seat, a chiropractic one if possible will also do the trick. In fact it is one of the relief doctors advise to many people with chronic back pains. It usually due to poor sitting position for a long period of time. Great blog!

  2. Amelia says

    I was just wondering if you’ve tried putting it in something like a lotion bar comes in? I am making some tomorrow and was thinking I would want to take it with me, I live in cold climate so it won’t melt really, but will it slide up?….

    • says

      Do you mean like a deodorant, roll-up kind of bar? I think it might be a little too soft for that. Even the warmth of my hands melt the coconut oil, so I’d just worry about it melting (even a little) and leaking everywhere on you. 😉 If you want something a little more like a stick, using cocoa butter (or something similar) might work. I’m just not sure what the exact proportions would be.

    • Angela says

      You could make a salve, which would be more solid, by melting beeswax with coconut oil and add EO after the melting process. Just not sure how much you would need.

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