April 10


Essential Oils Questions

By Sue Ingebretson

April 10, 2018

applications, chronic illness, essential, essential oils, fibromyalgia, habits, oils, pain, protocols, questions, sleep, Stress, uses

Do you have Essential Oils Questions? Do essential oils seem mysterious, complicated, or even superficially simple to you? Do you know much about them? Are you curious how they apply to the fibromyalgia and/or chronic illness communities?

Last week, we sussed out the topic of the term “works.” When you think of something working or not working, what does that mean to you? Check out Do Essential Oils Really Work to learn more. 

In the weeks ahead, I’ll explore more on this topic – as well as other healthy subjects you love to share. But at this point, I’d like to pause for a second.

Essential Oils Questions

What do you want to know?

I know what I plan to share, but what do you want me to share? I’m definitely an info-geek. There’s no such thing as too much information for me.  But I want to give it to you straight. And, in the way that works best for YOU.

Do you wonder how to use them, what to use them for, and in what ways they work best?

My Essential Oils Journey That Almost Wasn’t

When I first started with oils, I did so because of a recommendation from a trusted mentor. A leader in the natural health community. I attended a nutrition school of his where I learned a lot about specific nutrients, how the body uses them to heal, and much more. It was my kind of environment!

When I received the overview for the program, I noticed that an entire week’s lectures were focused on essential oils. That surprised me. I wouldn’t have signed up to take the nutrition course if I’d known. I’ll admit, when I saw it on the syllabus, I considered it a waste of my time. I thought about skipping that part of the program, but feared what it would do to my grade. Thankfully, that was a brief thought.

I can’t turn my back on information someone I respect is willing to share – even if I think it doesn’t apply to me.

My natural sense of curiosity took over. Good thing I had questions.

I had to know more.

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What Do You Want to Know?

What makes you scratch your head, sigh, or crinkle your brows when you think of essential oils?

What makes you wonder? Are you curious about uses? Applications? Protocols? Do you wonder about how they may apply to pain, fatigue, stress, sleep, building healthy habits, improving your environment, and more?

Please ask your questions in the comments below and I’ll add answers to these questions into my future articles.

I love this Rebuilding Wellness community and appreciate your valuable input. I can’t wait to create additional powerful information just for YOU. When we work together – your questions can turn into your solutions! 


  1. I’m looking forward to learning more about essential oils from your writing! I’d like to know the basics and where to start….what oils for various issues like headaches, sleep etc. All the tips you give will be helpful as I know very little about the topic but am very interested! Thanks Sue!

    1. Thanks Julie! I’ll be sure to include answers to your questions in my posts ahead. I may even create a course on the topic. I’ll be sure to keep you posted. Thanks for chiming in!

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