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How to Create Your Own Natural Medicine Cabinet

Calling all aspiring alchemists, DIY do-ers, Pinterest posters, and natural-living peeps! Did you know you can make your very own natural medicine cabinet using amazing plant-based Plant Therapy products? From clearing coughs to making your little one’s boo-boo feel all better, here are some of the best products you should have on hand to deal with life’s little emergencies!

Essential Oils

Tea Tree essential oil from plant therapyIf you’ve ever wondered what some of the best and most reliable essential oils are for your medicine cabinet, take a look at these suggestions to see what works best for you and your family:

Eucalyptus

Tea Tree

Lavender

Blue Tansy

Frankincense

Lemon

Peppermint (or Spearmint for a KidSafe choice!)

And don’t forget about carrier oils! Keep your favorites in your medicine cabinet so you’ll always be able to safely dilute your essential oils.

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Roll-Ons

Kidsafe essential oil roll-on plant therapy essential oils aromatherapyNever underestimate the quick convenience of our pre-diluted roll-ons! Great single EO roll-ons for health and wellness are Lavender, Tea Tree, and Peppermint. But for even a wider range of therapeutic benefits, give our roll-on blends a try!

These guys make a perfect addition to the medicine cabinet and are already safely diluted and ready for topical application. Try Immune Boom, Germ Destroyer, Defender, Sneezy Stop, Respir-Aid, and Better Than Kisses—just to name a few!  

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The Balm Squad

Plant Therapy's balm squadWe can’t get over our Balm Squad—it really is that great! From scrapes to dry skin to bumps and irritation, the Original Organic Healing Balm is always an excellent first place to turn to! And we’d be amiss not to mention how much our EO blended balms can tackle some of life’s common concerns, like owies, sniffles, and dry skin.

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Aloe Jellies

alternative transportation: Ways to reduce your carbon footprint with Plant TherapyOne of the absolute best products for awful summertime sunburns, Aloe Jellies are a must-have in the cabinet. Soothing, cooling and incredibly hydrating, Aloe Jellies are a hidden gem. Try applying plain or Lavender Aloe Jelly to your skin right after a shower, especially right after shaving, to help soothe and hydrate irritated legs. Plus, these jellies make excellent carriers for your essential oils!

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A Few Extras to Consider…

Essential oil bottle with dropper and green leafMake sure you don’t get caught in a bind when it’s time to bust out the natural ingredients! You’ll want to keep your cabinet stocked with a few items you’ll need when blending, applying, and storing! Keeping a supply of roll-on bottles, spray bottles, glass droppers, and flip-top bottles will guarantee that you’re always prepared for whatever comes your way!

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Want to show off your amazing, brag-worthy natural medicine cabinet? Head over to our Facebook group Safe Essential Oil Recipes!

74 thoughts on “How to Create Your Own Natural Medicine Cabinet”

  1. I LOVE these suggestions! I’d much rather support a healthy lifestyle than treat sickness. I love using the balm squad on my kiddos and hydrosols too!

  2. Why do Plant Therapy oils lose efficacy as they age, but popular MLM company oils claim they do not lose efficacy? Is that just a false claim?

  3. This is awesome! I love these blog posts. I have a few oils and need help getting more use out of them. Thank you!

  4. I’ve been making the switch to all-natural cleaners, thanks for the tips on how to get even more chemical-free use out of my oils.

  5. I got the KidSafe complete set in hopes of making balms and rollers and sprays for all the stuff that happens to my kiddos. Usually *everything* needs a bandage, even tiny bumps and bruises, so hopefully we’ll get away from that and be using something that can actually help with the symptoms!

  6. I believe we all need to be more natural in our approach to healing. Great blog, thank you for helping to get the word out about how to use different oils for different issues.

  7. Such a timely post for me! My current project is transforming the multi-size 55 bottle box into a first aid kit full of ready to go essential oil remedies for my family’s most common complaints. I definitely have to check out the balms and aloe jellies – those had totally slipped my mind. Thank you!

  8. Wow so much useful information
    Thank you Plant Therapy for all your efforts and all the information you provide for us. Thank you,thank you. Love this post.

  9. Thank you so much for such an informative post I have been looking for something just like this lots of great information
    I always say there is an oil for everything and now I have a great reference point can’t wait to start putting this info to good use

  10. Thank you for this info. Starting to do natural ways for first aid and this is a great help! At the moment I love lavender! Works great❤️

  11. Thank you for putting all of this information in one place. I keep updated on the blog as they are posted, but sometimes have difficulty finding the recipes or certain posts when it comes time for me to make/use them. Linking the articles in one central blog really helps!

  12. I really need know expiration date of different essential oils. Plus how can I see the essential oils are expired or not too good?

  13. Thank you for putting these all in one place. I’m always on the lookout for things for my “medicine cabinet.”

  14. I frequently use roll-ons and balms for all natural medicine for my family. I’m really interested in trying the jellies and plan to add some to my next order. Thanks PT for the great education!

  15. I usually DIY my own things and love doing it, but I need to buy the balm squad set just for the cute little tins!!! Any chance PT sells just the little logo stickers with synergy names on them?!

  16. This is an awesome article. I am slowly replacing my cleaning products and need to stock up on preservatives, alcohol, spray bottles, rollers and flip top containers. There is so much to learn and create!

  17. This is an excellent article! Wonderful ideas for beginners, and great reminders for seasoned oil users.

  18. I love making “potions” so this blog post was right up my alley! I need a few more flip top bottles though.

  19. I really enjoyed this blog post! All of this helpful information has given me some wonderful new ways to use these oils I keep on hand.

  20. I absolutely love all the ideas and DIY life hacks! It’s nice to be able to treat simple things naturally! Thank you for helping us to achieve that!

  21. You make balms? I must have been living under a rock! Get in my cart now! I haven’t been successful in making my own and your prices are fabulous with quality unmatched so I will be getting some

  22. wonderful information put forward in an easy to understand way. I look forward to more medicinal DIYs

  23. Thanks for this article PT! I am getting my first aid kit ready for summer and this is perfect. It’s nice to know I have natural options.

  24. Thankfully, I own almost all of these except the roll ons….I tend to make my own roll ons now :). I was lucky enough to win The Balm Squad from a Live show earlier this year, and I LOVE it! Highly recommended!

  25. Love the “round-up” posts! So much information in one spot. It took me on a journey to find things I didn’t even know I needed to find (like manila for my face and scalp). Good stuff as always!

  26. Great post! I’m getting ready to make some summer items like bug spray and sun burn soothers. Thankfully we don’t deal with as much illness this time of year. Excited to try the aloe jelly!

  27. This post is so timely. With 3 kids all in sports I have started carrying around my first aid roller ball kit in my purse. I can’t wait to try some of these!

  28. I find I’m turning more and more to my EO’s for my medicine cabinet! Thanks so much for this post it is so informative and I know I will be coming back to it again and again! Hubby had some kind of bite (probably a mosquito) earlier tonight, and I’m like “I have something for that”! I sprayed him down on the bite with helichrysm hydrosol and not only did he let me, but he didn’t complain again and said it smells good!! WIN WIN

  29. What a great post! Plant Therapy, you definitely deliver when it comes to essential oil education, uses and so forth. I need to get those balms!!

  30. I’m just starting to create more medicinal items with EO. I’m already making candles, shampoo and soap bars, detangler, conditioner, etc. I recently made a bug bite itch stopper using lavender and blue cypress and it works so well I can’t wait to replace other items with more natural alternatives! Thank you for this article!

  31. Thank you so much for this article!! I’m new to essential oils and I started using them for the purpose of having a more natural medicine cabinet. This helps so much!!!

  32. This is great – All my favourite go-to posts in one blog. Definitely adding this to my bookmarks. Thank you!

  33. These are great suggestions for stocking our natural medicine cabinets! Essential oils are wonderful for prevention and first aid. Also, they make everything smell so good and unique. I don’t go anywhere without lavender and tea tree essential oils.

  34. Love the spearmint and looking forward to adding aloe jelly and healing balm to my arsenal. Love that Plant Therapy offers options to help reduce the reliance on other chemicals.

  35. I adore this post! I love using oils in place of over the counter meds whenever possible for myself and my kids! I love the way this post is written with specific ways to use thendifferent oils. We have begun to use many oils in place of traditional meds such as peppermint oil to ease headaches, poopease in place of stool softeners, balance for premenstrual cramps, and many more. I can’t wait to try out more of the oils mentioned in here! Plant Therapy makes using oils easy and affordable!

  36. Informative article for anyone starting on their oily journey. I have most of the oils here but I always learn something new when I read your posts. Time to really stretch out the oils and their usage.

  37. I am beginning to use all of the above for green living so glad to be part of the plant therapy group

  38. This post is just what I was looking for!! I love the idea of having all the oils to remedy common daily problems that arise. I am slowly building my oil stash and will definitely be adding some healing balms.

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