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INTRODUCTION TO AROMATHERAPY WEBINAR- Twelve days before my Birthday Training

Hello,
My birthday is twelve days before Christmas and I feel so blessed to be 56 years old on December 13th with good health and lots of joy and happiness in my life  therefore I wanted to share my birthday blessings with you by  offering  you a special perfume  that I developed. My previous work as a developer for organic cosmetics ( skin care, perfumes, bath and hair products based on aromatherapy) is something I really enjoyed and it makes me  so happy to share it with you in  my song ” Twelve days before my birthday”  as my gift to you while offering my new  Live on line Introduction to Aromatherapy Webinar. Below the Video is  the course offer and the items you will need to be in the course because this is a hands on learning experience.

Please register for Introduction to Aromatherapy on

Sunday, December 13, 2015

7:00 PM – 8:30 PM CET which is 1 pm Eastern Time

Cost- $39.95

at: https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/3203706774529151745

You will learn:
What is an essential oil?
Safety with essential oils
Introduction to course essential oils (Lemon, Lavender, Tea Tree, Frankincense, Peppermint Red Mandarin, Ylang Ylang, Refuge, Essential Shield, Core, Inspire, and Recover Blends
How to use Nature’s Sunshine new Authentic Essentials Kit and more.
Make a massage oil
Make a soothing balm
Make a bath salt
Make a diffuser blend to uplift you during seasonal changes for your home or office.
Make a detox clay pack.

You will need this items for the course:

Nature’s Sunshine (NSP) essential oil Authentic Kit *
1 x bottle NSP Red Mandarin essential oil*
1 x bottle NSP Ylang Ylang essential oil*
1 x jar NSP Golden Salve*
1x bottle NSP Carrier Oil *
1x bottle NSP Hydrated Bentonite Clay *

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1 x bottle NSP Aloe Vera Gel*
1 x NSP Sea Salt*
2 x 15ml empty amber bottles *
1 x 1oz. empty jar
2 oz. bottle with sprayer *
½ oz. clear roll-on bottle *
1 x funnel *
Wooden stir sticks
Sticky labels for your bottles*
Small bowls for mixing and blending

*Natures Sunshine Products

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the training.

I look forward to sharing my Birthday Blessings with you at this Webinar.

Don’t forget your Essentials, Use your Common Scents,
Revoir,
Lorrie

Essential for Sore Muscles

Hello Everyone,
Back to school  is the time for children, teenagers, and professional athletes to start participating in weekly sporting events such as  football, volleyball, cross country and much more . This can mean sore muscles. There is nothing better than a massage with essential oils to relieve the muscle tension, inflammation and soreness. Essential oils are soothing, anti-inflammatory and analgesic. The first blend that I like to use for sore muscles is Recover blend made with Wintergreen, Camphor, Rosemary, Cajeput, Siberian Pine, Clove, Helichrysum, Juniper berries, Peppermint and Frankincense.This blend combines essential oils that help to reduce inflammation and stimulate circulation which helps to ease pain. By adding more Peppermint to the blend it increases its anti-inflammatory properties. I also have added Lemon to the formulation because Lemon contains Limonene known to break up uric acid and stimulate the lymphatic and circulatory systems. This helps the muscles to release the uric acid leaving the muscles soothed and relaxed.

Heres the  Essential Sore Muscle formulation:

6 drops Recover Soothing Blend
8 drops Peppermint essential oil
6 drops Lemon essential oil
2oz. Carrier oil

Place essential oils and carrier oil in 2oz bottle. Roll between your hands and until ingredients are mixed thoroughly. Place on sore muscles twice daily.

For Children 6 years and up: Do not use the Recover soothing blend- Use 3 drops Peppermint and 3 drops Lemon in 2oz carrier oil.
Contraindications: Do not use in pregnancy, breastfeeding, children, and people with sensitivity to aspirin (salicylate)- this often applies to ADD/ADHD.

Here’s the link for this week’s video on YouTube for Sore Muscles.

 

 

Until next week, Don’t Forget your Essentials, Use Your Common Scents

Au Revoir,

Lorrie

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