Natural Remedies Guide

As of March (2016), Health Canada has approved a number of Young Living Essential oils as Natural Health Products (NHP). This means that the health claims that you see here (and on the Young Living Canada Natural Remedies Guide) are backed by scientific evidence, and have been confirmed by Health Canada as safe and effective natural remedies.

What is a NHP?

According to Health Canada’s website, “Natural health products (NHPs) are naturally occurring substances that are used to restore or maintain good health. They are often made from plants, but can also be made from animals, microorganisms and marine sources. They come in a wide variety of forms like tablets, capsules, tinctures, solutions, creams, ointments and drops.”

Evidence may include clinical trial data or references to published studies, journals, pharmacopoeias and traditional resources. The type and amount of supporting evidence required depends on the proposed health claim of the product and its overall risks. [1] 


Whether you experience pain everyday or just occasionally, lift your spirits and your day by using essential oils for headache relief.


With a long history of being beneficial ingredients in cosmetics, you can use any of these oils to help with the relief of symptoms of acne or boils.

Cough and Cold

Are you suffering from a cough or cold? Try any one of the following essential oils to help reduce the symptoms of a cold and cough.

Eczema and Dermatitis

Essential oils are here to help you find relief from eczema and dermatitis so you can enjoy the confidence of smooth, supple skin.

Muscle and Joint Pain

Strains and sprains can be all too common, especially when you lead an active lifestyle.

Digestive Discomfort

Experience the freedom of reaching for a natural alternative with pure essential oils that can act as a carminative and antispasmodic.

Cuts, Burns + Bruises

These essential oil alternatives are great products for everyday use with minor skin irritations, cuts, bruises or even burns.


Get ready to face the day head-on, with a fresh new feeling.

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