RC Essential Oil Blend {31 Days of Young Living Essential Oils}

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It is Day 16 of my series, 31 Days of Young Living Essential Oils, and if this is your first time visiting, you can catch up on the the other days here.

Along with Thieves, my go-to oil to help with yucky winter complaints is RC. RC is a blend of ten essential oils, and is especially helpful in battling sneezing, sinus issues, stuffiness, and coughing. RC encourages proper nasal function. I like to diffuse it, and also apply topically to the chest, throat, and feet {think “oily vapor rub“}. Young Living also recommends to alternate RC with their Raven™ essential oil blend, and to use it with a compress on the chest and back.

5 Uses for RC Essential Oil Blend | AmyLovesIt.com #oilyfamilies

Five Uses for RC Essential Oil Blend

  1. Diffuse when sick to help clear airways and breathe easier. Helps dispel unpleasant odors, as well.
  2. Apply topically on the sinuses and under nose to encourage proper nasal function.
  3. Apply topically on the chest and/or vita flex points on the feet to assist in cough relief.
  4. Apply topically on the throat to ease soreness.
  5. When sick, massage onto the feet and cover with socks to aid in bringing relief.

What oils are in the RC blend?

  • Eucalyptus globulus
  • Myrtle – assists in expelling mucus from the respiratory system.
  • Pine – has expectorant properties.
  • Marjoram – helps to relax the body.
  • Eucalyptus radiata – has expectorant properties.
  • Eucalyptus citriodora – encourages proper nasal function and can help the body relax.
  • Lavender – helps relieve stress and calm the body.
  • Cypress – can increase circulation and support detoxification of the lymphatic system.
  • Tsuga – can help with pain management.

What makes this blend so effective?

The oils in the RC blend are formulated to help bring oxygen levels up.* RC assisted opening Cam’s airways when he was congested. I would swipe a drop of the oil on the top of my breast before he nursed so he could breathe it in. It worked every time, and he was able to nurse without an issue, even when he was stopped up. This blend has also been great for stopping my cough in its tracks. Like I mentioned above, I like to use RC by mixing with a bit of coconut oil {to make it more lotion-y}, massage it onto my feet, and then put on socks. This is incredibly helpful at nighttime, when coughing seems to get worse.

RC is my oil of choice for combating respiratory issues, coughing, stuffy noses, and those times when your nose is dripping like a faucet.

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For more information on joining Young Living as a distributor, you can see my Young Living Distributor page.

Before using Young Living Essential Oils, I highly recommend you find someone local (or you are welcome to contact me!) for more education on using these wonderful, powerful oils. I have a monthly class (sometimes, bi-monthly), where we go over the proper usage of these amazing products. Knowledge is power, right?

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. I’m just a mom sharing my experience! As always, do what you feel is best for your family. Image sources: youngliving.org


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