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I have been using Essential Oils for some time now. My first introduction to Essential Oils was through thieves oil that I made with a friend of mine. We wanted to make thieves oil to clean our home naturally. Thieves oils goes back to the time of the bubonic plague where robbers created this blend of oils to protect themselves from disease so they could invade the homes of the infected without getting themselves sick!

As time goes by I find myself starting to look for more and more natural solutions for my health and my home. I was so thankful when I found I doTERRA Essential Oil. I use essential oils daily for skin care and for overall health and well being. I have continued to use them to keep my home clean and smelling fresh! There are several different Essential Oil companies on the marker right now but I chose doTERRA for many reasons.

Are you interested in leaning more about Essential Oils? Host a class and we will come out and teach you, your friends and family all we know. We will send out samples to all confirmed guests before the class. Using essential oils has had a positive impact on everyone in my household.




Additional Upcoming Classes:
2/17/18 - Essential Oils 101 Clifton Heights PA
2/25/18 Essential Oils 101 York, PA


Are you interested in placing an order? Contact me for details. Or visit www.mydoterra.com/dln1010


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