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4 Things You Need to Know about Inner Defense

4 Things You Need to Know about Inner Defense

As you know, there are many essential oils that can be safely taken internally.  However, there are also essential oil blends designed specifically for internal use, and Inner Defense is one such blend.  In this blog post, we are going to discuss 5 things you should know about Inner Defense.


What Is Inner Defense?

Inner Defense is a 100% all natural essential oil supplement that supports your body’s natural defenses and promotes a healthy immune system.  It comes in the form of soft gels to be taken by mouth daily.



What Does Inner Defense Do?

According to Young Living, Inner Defense provides the following benefits*:

  • Reinforces your body’s system defenses
  • Promotes a healthy digestive system
  • Creates an unfriendly environment for yeast and fungus
  • Supports healthy respiratory function
  • Promotes a healthy lifestyle regimen
  • Supports a healthy immune system

In addition, Inner Defense has been used for a variety of health issues, including canker sores, easing some of the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome, supporting healthy thyroid function, aiding the body in the fight against infections, and dealing with stress.

What Does Inner Defense Contain?

Thieves essential oil blendInner Defense contains potent essential oils like oregano, thyme, and Thieves (which are rich in thymol , carvacrol, and eugenol) for immune support. It also provides antioxidant support.

The active ingredients of Inner Defense include the Thieves essential oil blend, which itself contains a proprietary blend of Clove, Lemon, Eucalyptus Radiata, Rosemary, and Cinnamon. Inner Defense also contains the O3 super blend of Oregano, Thyme, and Lemongrass. The carrier oil used in the soft gels is virgin coconut fruit oil.

Several of the essential oils contained in Inner Defense have a reputation for antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal effects. All the essential oils are 100% pure therapeutic grade and safe for consumption according to the recommended dosage.

How Is Inner Defense Used?

The recommended dosage is one soft gel daily in the morning, or 3 to 5 times daily when needed. Many people increase their dosage when they feel an illness coming on.

*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Essential Oil Blend of the Week:  RC

Essential Oil Blend of the Week: RC

R.C. Essential Oil Blend

The R.C. essential oil blend contains several essential oils, namely Myrtle, Marjoram, Pine, Lavender, Cypress, Spruce, Peppermint, and three different types of Eucalyptus (globulus, radiata, and citriodora).   Each one of these powerful ingredients helps to support healthy respiratory function. This proprietary blend of essential oils is trademarked by Young Living.  Each bottle of R.C. contains 100% therapeutic-grade essential oils and nothing else — nothing to dilute it, adulterate it, or modify its scent.

Suggested Usage of RC

RC should be diluted as 1:1 with carrier oil if it is going to be applied to the skin, and 1:15 if it is going to be used as part of a massage.  Young Living recommends V-6 Vegetable Oil Complex for the carrier oil


According to the Essential Oils Pocket Reference, RC can be used in the following ways:

  • Diffuse or humidify
  • Rubbed on the chest, back of neck, or over the sinus area
  • Used as hot compress
  • Add to a steaming bowl of hot water, place a towel over your head and the bowl, and inhale the steam – can be combined with Raven or Thieves blends
  • Add 4 to 8 drops to a cotton ball and place in air vents

Young Living also recommends these uses:


  • Place a few drops in a warm bath or shower
  • Apply a few drops to your chest or wrist as you start your day

Fascinating Facts:

  • Pine has been used since the time of Hippocrates to fight infection and support respiratory function
  • One of the main constituents of peppermint essential oil is menthol
  • The Romans referred to Marjoram as the “herb of happinesss”
  • Eucalyptus globulus trees were planted throughout North Africa to effectively block the spread of malaria