Introductory Topical Shopping List

Posted on March 7, 2022
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This document is intended to help jumpstart you with information on different home health and wellness modalities. These are the first resources to buy to get started. We recommend you choose one or two modalities to begin with so you can build knowledge and confidence every time you use them. Additional resources, including classes, are available on the CORAC website. Please reach out to your regional health and wellness coordinator if you have additional questions.

Essential Oils

High quality essential oils are concentrated plant extracts that can be diffused, applied externally and in some cases, taken internally to relieve and/or heal a myriad of aliments.


  • “Modern Essentials: The Complete Guide to the Therapeutic Use of Essential Oils” by Alan and Connie Higley
  • “Essential Oils: The On the Go Field Reference” by Life & Science Publishing
  • “Essential Oils Desk Reference”(Older edition) “1st Edition Essential Oils Complete Home Reference” (New edition) by Life & Science Publishing

Top 6 Essential Oils:

  • Calendula, Clove, Frankincense, Lavender, Lemon, Thieves (aka OnGaurd, Shield, Bandit)
  • Appalachian Valley, DoTerra, Rocky Mountain Oils, Young Living are all reputable manufacturers

Websites/Free Resources:

Healing Foods

Eating healthy meals and consuming particular foods for certain conditions can be simple, but powerful medicine.


  • “Food- Your Miracle Medicine” by Jean Carper
  • “Nourishing Traditions” by Sally Fallon

Websites/Free Resources:


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CORAC’s Health and Wellness teams combine to promote optimum physical health and mental well-being by connecting you to resources that represent some of today’s best practices. This includes some well-established alternative resources such as homeopathic, naturopathic, and indigenous medicines; while rejecting those medicines, treatments, and philosophies that may be harmful physically or spiritually…
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