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Copaiba and Blue Tansy New Oils from Doterra

Updated: Dec 16, 2021

Copaiba and Blue Tansy are Game Changers

In September,  I went to the Doterra Convention, it was my 2nd convention and I was looking forward  to it because I knew it was all new oils.  A whole 3 days of just education and an introduction to 9 new oils.  Here’s information on 2 of those oils.

Today lets learn about Copaiba and Blue Tansy and their uses.  Copaiba has literally changed my life.  The very day I received  my Copaiba  I started applying to my chest (where my chronic pain is) and it has relieved that constant tension. A drop under the tongue to calm before bed.

Adding it to the diffuser to help build out immunity during the most trying time of year. The Blue Tansy Oil is now part of my daily skin care routine.  I am going also adding it into my nightly foot cream routine to help relief sore and overused feet.

Blue Tansy Essential Oil

Blue Tansy is one of the latest and greatest oils to be released and comes from a bright yellow-flowered Mediterranean herb. Most of you have actually probably already experienced the benefits of Blue Tansy as it is a key ingredient in the Deep Blue collection.

It has naturally powerful soothing properties that help provide relief after a hard workout. On its own, this oil is perfect for reducing blemishes. It is a great help when your mood needs a little extra oomph, and can provide a more concentrated soothing sensation when applied topically with Fractionated Coconut Oil. Want to know more about this wonderful new oil?

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Here is a link to more information on the Deep blue line.  A line that should be in every home for sure.

A word of warning this oil does turn some (but not all) people blue when applied undiluted.  The color only lasts moments or up to an hour but it is not permanent.  The best way to avoid is to dilute adding to a carrier oil or a moisturizer.  While it is not everyone’s favorite smelling oil the benefits far out weigh  the smell and it mixes so well with other oils you can tame the smell.  A true must have in your collection.

Copiaba Essential Oil

This essential oil has been used since the 16th century in various cultures, especially in South America where it originates. We harvest it from the resin of copaiba trees and include four different species of the Copiaba tree to ensure you get all the benefits possible.

Cannabidiol (CBD) has shown significant impacts on human health but doesn’t bind CB1 or CB2 receptors. Contrast that with beta-carophyllene (BCP), it has many of the same health benefits as other cannabinoids but without binding to the CB1 receptors in the brain like the THC in marijuana.

The CB2 receptors are found throughout the body and have wide impacts on health. BCPs bind to these receptors and have a mountain of evidence to backup their: support against temporary inflammation, easing tension and discomfort, providing protective effects on kidney and liver systems, provide protection against auto-immune disruptions, easing anxious and depressive feelings.

CB2 activation is correlated with the concentration of BCP’s and CBD oil is 35% BCP while Copaiba is 55%. This means that even if you are using high quality cannabis oil, it may be the BCP’s that are doing all the work in easing your health issues and you could switch to Copaiba and get even more relief. There is no THC in Copaiba which means that it won’t give you a false positive on a drug test. To get the amazing benefits of BCP from the Copaiba essential oil, you can use it aromatically by diffusing, applying it topically to affected areas or internally.

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Here are some diffuser blends for you to try.

If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to me.  If you have used Copaiba or Blue Tansy and want to write your testimony here PLEASE do!

Live a Life you Love ❤


(“These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease”)

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