Watch Last Night’s Online Essential Oils 101 Class Here

Hi everyone! I hosted my first Online Essential Oils 101 Class last night via Facebook – YAY! I had a lot of people attend my class, but I think there are still many people who didn’t know about it or couldn’t attend, so I’m posting the class right here for super easy access. Trust me – if you know nothing about essential oils, THIS CLASS IS FOR YOU! You will most definitely feel informed and ready to use essential oils after this class! :) Hurry up and watch it! I’m not sure if I’ll leave this up on my blog forever or just temporarily.

Please note that despite my total obsession with essential oils, I am not an aromatherapy expert and I am always learning. I do, however, feel safe and confident when I use my oils. I also feel that I understand Young Living’s basic essential oil safety and usage guidelines well enough to share them with you. :) Please use this class to spark further research on your part. As always, consult a professional as needed or when in doubt over oiling safety. Let’s get started!

Post # 1: Introduction to this Essential Oils 101 Class!

Post # 2: What are essential oils?

Post # 3: Why Young Living essential oils?

Post # 4: How to use essential oils!

You may also want to read my page titled “Essential Oil Safety and Usage Guidelines.”

Post # 5: How to know which oil to use and how to go about using it for a particular issue!

If you did not already do so, you may also want to read my page titled “Essential Oil Safety and Usage Guidelines.”

Post # 6: Essential oil safety and helpful tips!

If you did not already do so, you may also want to read my page titled “Essential Oil Safety and Usage Guidelines.”

Post # 7: Which oils should you start with?

Post # 8: A recap of the Premium Starter Kit, a 24% wholesale discount (no strings attached), a FREE reference guide, and exclusive Oil Moxie resources!

Post # 9: If you think oils -OR- the Premium Starter Kit are too expensive, click HERE (or on the graphic below)!

Essential Oils Are Too Expensive

Post # 10: Ready to begin your essential oil journey? Click HERE or the graphic below!

Premium Starter Kit With Bonus Freebies

Post # 11: Thanks so much for watching!

Thanks for joining me for this Online Essential Oils 101 Class! I hope this class has inspired you to take charge of your health in a natural and toxic free way! If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me via the “contact” button below. Please note that I am legally not allowed to, nor am I trained to recommend oils for ailments (that’s why you need a reference guide). However, I’m here for other beginner oiling questions! Happy oiling! –Sarah

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50 Essential Oil Tips for Summer – Featuring the Premium Starter Kit

Summertime Essential Oil Tips

Although I really enjoy winter (yes, I actually said that I like winter), I have to admit that there is a part of me that is looking forward to the warm summer weather. Even though we’re still months away from summer and it’s still kind of cold here in Wisconsin (it’s actually supposed to snow here tonight), I started thinking about the many ways I’ve used my essential oils during the summer. There are a lot of essential oils that offer benefits during the summertime, but I thought that I should write about the oils featured in the Premium Starter Kit first. Why? Because if you haven’t joined in on this essential oil craze, the Premium Starter Kit is the best way to get started. And if you’re like I was, you might need to mull it over for a little while or save up a little money before you are ready to purchase your kit (which is well worth it by the way). Alright, here we go! 50 essential oil tips for summer –  featuring the oils from the Premium Starter Kit!

Summer uses for Young Living’s Peppermint essential oil:

  1. Dilute and apply 1-3 drops to the stomach and/or on the chest -OR- add 1-2 drops to a capsule (or a glass of water) to ease occasional nausea, stomach discomfort, heartburn, gas, or motion sickness.
  2. Dilute and apply 1-3 drops to overworked/sore muscles.
  3. Occasionally, add 1 drop to a glass of drinking water to cool down on hot days (it also doubles as a breath freshener!) :)
  4. Dilute and apply 1-3 drops to itchy (unbroken) skin.
  5. Diffuse or inhale at work to improve alertness, concentration, and focus – because we all have a hard time being at work when it’s nice outside!
  6. Use with Lavender and Lemon essential oil to ease seasonal discomforts and support normal sinus and nasal function. Click here for more details.
  7. Mix a few drops in a spray bottle with water and spritz onto areas where spiders, ants, or other nuisances might enter your home (shake before use) – OR place 2 drops on a cotton ball and place along the pests’ path of entry.

Summer uses for Young Living’s Purification essential oil:

  1. Diffuse Purification -OR- add 2-3 drops to your vacuum filter to neutralize stale odors. This is perfect for spring cleaning!
  2. Add a few drops to the washing machine to freshen laundry – OR- add 5-10 drops to a spray bottle with water and spritz on your bed sheets/towels just before hanging them outside to dry (shake before use).
  3. Put a drop on a mosquito bite to ease the itching.
  4. Run an extension cord out to your deck/patio and diffuse Purification to naturally keep outdoor pests at bay.
  5. Apply 1-3 drops to mild, summertime acne blemishes.
  6. Great for minor first aid! Apply 1-3 drops to cleanse and soothe irritated skin.
  7. Add 10 drops to a small spray bottle with water and spritz onto the skin and clothes to naturally repel insects (shake before use). You can also add other essential oils that have bug repellent properties.

Summer uses for Young Living’s Lavender essential oil:

  1. Apply 1-3 drops to the wrists and ankles to naturally repel bugs.
  2. Put 10 drops in a small spray bottle with water and spritz to soothe sun-kissed skin (shake before use).
  3. Use alone or with Peppermint and Lemon essential oil to ease seasonal discomforts and support normal sinus and nasal function. Click here for more details.
  4. Apply a drop behind your dog’s ears to help calm and relax your pet during car rides, thunderstorms, or fireworks.
  5. Diffuse or rub 1-3 drops on the wrists, behind the ears, on the back of the neck, and/or the bottom of the feet to promote a restful nights sleep after a long day of summertime fun.
  6. Great for minor first aid! Apply 1-3 drops to cleanse and soothe itchy and/or irritated skin.

Summer uses for Young Living’s Lemon essential oil:

  1. Use with Peppermint and Lavender essential oil to ease seasonal discomforts and support normal sinus and nasal function. Click here for more details.
  2. Diffuse to freshen your home and purify the air. The scent of Lemon is very refreshing, uplifting, and energizing!
  3. Occasionally, add 1-2 drops to flavor your water, detoxify the body, and support proper digestion.
  4. Dilute and apply 1-3 drops to your chest to ease occasional heartburn.
  5. Add 1-2 drops to your favorite summer smoothie.
  6. If you forgot the limes for your backyard BBQ, no worries! Just add 1 drop of Lemon essential oil to a vodka tonic for a refreshing adult beverage. :)
  7. Use 10 drops to make a refreshing kitchen and bathroom DIY hand soap.
  8. Naturally clean fresh fruit and vegetables by immersing them in a bowl of cool water and 2-3 drops of Lemon essential oil.
  9. Use 1-2 drops to remove residue and stickiness from gum, crayon, stickers, etc.
  10. Add a few drops to the washing machine to freshen laundry.
  11. Give your feet a little TLC with a homemade Lemon sugar scrub.

*Lemon is photosensitive. Do not apply to areas of the skin that will be exposed to direct sunlight as it may increase the chance you will get a sunburn. 

Summer uses for Young Living’s Thieves essential oil:

  1. Combine 2-3 parts water, 1 part white vinegar, and 10 drops Thieves essential oil in a spray bottle. Use this homemade mixture to clean kitchen surfaces before and after summer BBQ parties (shake before use).
  2. Protect your family from summertime dirt and grime by making your own Thieves hand soap.
  3. Dilute and apply 1-2 drops to the bottom of the feet at night to support the immune system after experiencing a summertime boo-boo.

Summer uses for Young Living’s Frankincense essential oil:

  1. Apply 1-3 drops to sun spots twice daily until faded.
  2. Great for minor first aid! Apply 1-3 drops to cleanse and soothe itchy and/or  irritated skin.
  3. Apply 1-3 drops to the temples and on the back of the neck to improve concentration (because we would all rather be outside than at work).
  4. Apply 1-3 drops to the face for a healthy looking complexion and summertime glow.

Summer uses for Young Living’s PanAway essential oil:

  1. Dilute and apply 1-3 drops to sore/overworked muscles (or any area where you are experiencing occasional tension and/or discomfort).

Summer uses for Young Living’s Citrus Fresh essential oil:

  1. Diffuse to add a fresh, clean, uplifting, and energizing scent to your home.
  2. Occasionally, add 1-2 drops to water for a refreshing beverage.
  3. Add a few drops to the washing machine to freshen laundry. Follow up by hanging your clothes out on the line to dry…smells so nice!
  4. Use a drop to remove sticky residues (like the price stickers on your yard sale treasure finds).

*Citrus Fresh is photosensitive. Do not apply to areas of the skin that will be exposed to direct sunlight as it may increase the chance you will get a sunburn. 

Summer uses for Young Living’s Stress Away essential oil:

  1. Diffuse or rub 1-3 drops on the wrists, behind the ears, on the back of the neck, and/or the bottom of the feet to promote a restful nights sleep.
  2. Apply a drop behind your dog’s ears to help calm and relax your pet during car rides, thunderstorms, or fireworks.
  3. Diffuse or rub 1-3 drops on the wrists, behind the ears, and/or on the back of the neck to stay calm, cool, and collected while your kiddos demand more of your attention during their summer break from school. :)

Summer uses for Young Living’s Joy essential oil:

  1. Diffuse, inhale, or apply 1-3 drops to the wrists and/or behind the ears to uplift the mood – because we all have bad days no matter the time of the year.

*Joy is photosensitive. Do not apply to areas of the skin that will be exposed to direct sunlight as it may increase the chance you will get a sunburn. 

Summer uses for Young Living’s Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) essential oil:

  1. Apply 1-3 drops to the face to promote a healthy looking complexion – because we all sweat a little bit more during the summer (which can trigger mild acne breakouts).
  2. Support healthy looking toenails by applying a few drops to the nail beds twice daily.
  3. Great for minor first aid! Apply 1-3 drops to cleanse and soothe irritated skin.

Want more info? Click HERE to watch my Online Essential Oils 101 Class!

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Mailbox Remedies: My March 2015 Young Living Essential Rewards Order

Mailbox Remedies - My March 2015 Essential Rewards Order

My Young Living Essential Rewards order came last week! YESSSS! I have a few new products in my order this month and I’m excited to tell you all about them! I love my mailbox remedies! :)

NingXia Nitro: 

NingXia Nitro comes in super cute 20 ml tubes. They remind me of those 5 Hour Energy shots, but better! Each tube contains 40 mg of caffeine, B vitamins, a special form of D-ribose, and a blend called Nitro Alert (which includes vanilla, chocolate, Yerba mate, spearmint, peppermint, nutmeg, and black pepper oil in a base of wolfberry seed oil). I bought NingXia Nitro to boost energy, alertness, and cognitive function.

Thieves mouthwash:

I started using the Thieves toothpaste a couple of months ago and I loved it so much that I just had to try the Thieves mouthwash. This mouthwash does not contain any dyes, alcohol, saccharin, synthetic flavors, or preservatives. I couldn’t wait to use this stuff and let me say that I LOVE it! It made my mouth feel so fresh and clean. The Thieves mouthwash does have quite a kick to it so if you end up trying it, take a very small sip versus a big mouthful of it – a little goes a very long way!

Thieves household cleaner:

I started using Young Living’s Thieves household cleaner a couple of months ago. This stuff works great, smells amazing, and is cheaper and safer than most store-bought household cleaner! We still have some of our first bottle left, but I wanted to be sure we have a back up bottle. You can read more about the Thieves household cleaner here.

SleepEssence:

I work somewhat of a swing shift and when I come home at 8:30/9:00 at night, I work on my Young Living business for a couple of hours. As you might imagine, I have a hard time shutting my mind off late at night and it can therefore be difficult to fall asleep sometimes. I decided to give the SleepEssence supplement a try (along with my regular routine of rolling Tranquil on my wrists and behind my ears before I go to bed). SleepEssence is a combination of lavender, vetiver, valerian, and Ruta graveolens essential oil (all of these oils have soothing, calming, and relaxing properties to them). SleepEssence also contains melatonin, a hormone that is naturally produced in the body to regulate the sleep/wake cycle.

Valor bar soap:

I’ve written about the Young Living bar soaps before and it’s no secret that I’ll never go back to store-bought brands of soap and body wash. The Thieves bar soap is my favorite, but I like to try a new scent sometimes. I decided to order Valor this time around.

Lemon essential oil:

You can’t go wrong with Lemon essential oil. Lemon oil is refreshing, uplifting, and energizing, making it a perfect oil to diffuse during spring. I also use Lemon oil to make our homemade hand soap.

Abundance essential oil:

Abundance is one of my favorite Young Living essential oil blends. It was formulated to create a law of attraction with prosperity and plenitude. We can all use a little of that, right?! I diffused Abundance last time I hit up the casino with my girlfriend lol! I didn’t win at bingo, but I did come pretty darn close (I had the next number that was up on the screen, but somebody won just before I would have). 

Peace & Calming essential oil:

Peace & Calming essential oil is another one of my favorite Young Living essential oil blends. It smells amazing and does a great job of promoting a sense of calm and relaxation. This oil doesn’t just work on people – it works on pets too! Our dogs lay right by the diffuser and totally zonk out when we have Peace & Calming diffusing. We even apply a drop behind our dogs’ ears before bedtime. It works great!

Marjoram essential oil:

I got Marjoram oil for free this month as part of the March promo. Marjoram may improve mood. It also has a relaxing and calming effect when applied to overworked muscles and areas of tension. This will be a great oil to use now that the weather is getting warmer – I’m thinking yard work, rollerblading, and running! :)

Idaho Balsam Fir essential oil:

I also received Idaho Balsam Fir for free this month as part of the March promo. Idaho Balsam Fir essential oil can be used to soothe sore muscles and support proper respiratory function (which may offer some benefit for the springtime seasonal change). It may also promote feelings of grounding and empowerment. Another great oil for spring!

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This Is Not Your Typical Facebook Essential Oils 101 Class

SAVE THE DATE! Sunday, March 15 @ 7-8 pm

If you’ve come to this website looking for some beginner essential oil info, you’ve definitely come to the right place! You’ll find some great info by browsing my blog! Or, you can join my free Facebook Essential Oils 101 Class this Sunday (March 15, 2015) from 7-8 pm CST! There’s really no need to go to a live class because I’ll give you all the beginner essential oil info you’ll need while you stay at home and chill on your couch! RELAXING + LEARNING = THE PERFECT COMBO! In this class, we’ll cover:

  • What essential oils are
  • Why they work
  • Why Young Living
  • How to use them
  • Which oils to start with
  • A little bit about our Oil Moxie support system

This is NOT your typical Facebook Essential Oils 101 Class!

LET ME BE VERY CLEAR! —> This is NOT your typical Facebook Essential Oils 101 Class! A Facebook essential oils class usually consists of MANY pictures and posts (sometimes way too many to keep track of), which tend to require a lot of reading on your part. Personally, I think that gets a little boring so I’ve decided to do my class differently. I’m hoping that you’ll be more attentive and able to retain way more info than you would from a typical Facebook class. :)

Here’s how to join my class:

If you are interested in joining my Facebook Essential Oils 101 Class, simply click here (or on the graphic below). Be sure to come back to that same Facebook event page on Sunday, March 15 from 7-8 pm CST to watch and learn. See you there!

THIS IS NOT A TYPICAL FACEBOOK ESSENTIAL OILS 101 CLASS

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Springtime Essential Oil Tips

Springtime Tips With Essential Oils

The temperature is supposed to be in the 40’s again today and here in Wisconsin, that feels like a HEAT WAVE (break out the flip flops…LOL)! Spring is definitely knocking on Mother Nature’s door. With that comes a new season to adapt to…but I’m so not worried! Why? Because I discovered the sinus and nasal supporting properties of Lavender essential oil last spring! Lavender essential oil is known as an adaptogen. This means that it helps the body cope with stress and other imbalances. Lavender oil supports normal body functions and helps bring the body back into homeostasis. My little bottle of Lavender essential oil eased my occasional seasonal discomfort like you wouldn’t believe last spring! Therefore, I’m obviously all stocked up on Lavender and I’m ready to oil! I’m also stocked up on Young Living’s Peppermint and Lemon essential oil just in case I need to ramp up my springtime oiling routine (more details below).

Here’s how I use Lavender essential oil to support proper sinus and nasal function in the spring:

My favorite way to use Lavender oil in the spring is to apply a little swipe of it under my nose and around my nostrils. Sometimes, I also put a swipe of Lavender oil across my sinuses. I do this as needed or at least twice per day. So simple, but it works!

Here are some other springtime sinus and nasal supporting tips that I’ve tried with my essential oils:

  • Dip a Q-tip in 1-2 drops of Lavender oil and swipe the inside of your nostrils as needed.
  • Rub a small amount of Lavender oil in your mouth (on the inside of the cheeks), underneath your nostrils, on your brow bones, over your sinuses, on the bottoms of your feet, and/or on your chest and throat. Do this as needed.
  • Rub a couple drops of Lavender oil between your hands, hold them over your nose and mouth, and inhale as needed. You can also diffuse Lavender oil throughout the day.
  • Put 2 drops of Lavender oil in a capsule and take orally three times daily (or as needed) for a few days.
  • Put 1-2 drops each of Lavender, Peppermint, and Lemon essential oil in a capsule and take orally three times daily (or as needed) for a few days.
  • Mix 1-2 drops each of Lavender, Peppermint, and Lemon oil (dilute with a carrier oil as directed by the label on the back of your essential oil bottles) and apply that mixture to the back of the neck, across the sinuses, on the brow bones, on the chest, and/or on the bottoms of the feet. Do this as needed.
  • For a mess free version of the above recommendation, add 20-30 drops Lavender, 20-30 drops Peppermint, and 20-30 drops of Lemon essential oil to a 10-15 ml roller bottle, and top with carrier oil. Roll your creation on the back of the neck, across the sinuses, on the brow bones, on the chest, and/or on the bottoms of the feet throughout the day as needed.

*Always check your essential oil bottle to be sure it can be taken as a dietary supplement. Young Living’s Lavender, Peppermint, and Lemon essential oil are GRAS (aka: generally recognized as safe for internal consumption). Please note that ingestion of essential oils is not recommended for babies or small children. Per the “Essential Oils Desk Reference,” please consult a professional if you plan to ingest essential oils regularly. 

*Lemon essential oil is photosensitive so be careful when applying to areas like the face if you will be outside as it may increase the chance you will get a sunburn. 

The best part (besides the oils working)…

The best part about these springtime tips (besides them working) is that they include 3 oils from the Premium Starter Kit! Plus, while supplies last, I’m including 2 colorful 10 ml glass roller bottles and a copy of The Chemical Free Home as bonus freebies. These two bonus freebies are in addition to my usual gift of a 400+ page reference guide! Pretty sweet springtime deal huh?! Can you actually think of a better way to spend part of your tax refund?! :)

Colorful Essential Oil Roller Bottles

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How To Make An Essential Oil Diffuser Necklace

Inhalation of essential oils is extremely beneficial for our health. Wearing a diffuser necklace with your favorite Young Living essential oil is a great way to combine style and function into one. A diffuser necklace also makes a great gift. Wondering how to make an essential oil diffuser necklace? Read on for an awesome DIY tutorial – I had a lot of fun getting back to my crafty side! :)

How To Make An Essential Oil Diffuser Necklace

What you need to make your own DIY essential oil diffuser necklace:

  • Necklace chain in the length, style, and color of your choosing from a hobby/craft store. I chose a 30 inch chain in an antique brass color. It already had a clasp attached and cost $3.99.
  • Locket/diffuser pendant to match your style from a hobby/craft store. I chose an antique brass filigree heart locket. It included a jump ring for attachment to a necklace chain. I lucked out with a 50% off sale and got my locket for just $1.49!
  • Jazz it up with charms, (also from a hobby/craft store). I chose a wing and charm pendant set in antique brass and silver. The set included a jump ring to attach it to a necklace chain. I also got this for 50% off – it cost me only $1.73!
  • A small piece of felt, leather, or suede (cut small enough to fit inside the locket/diffuser pendant).
  • Tiny pliers or a jewelry tool to tighten the jump rings of your jewelry pieces to your necklace chain.
  • 1-2 drops of your favorite Young Living essential oil. I’ve been using Clarity essential oil blend in my necklace. Clarity helps increase energy and enhance the ability to focus – a perfect essential oil blend to inhale at work or while I’m blogging! Smells great too!

Supplies To Make Essential Oil Diffuser Necklace

How to put a diffuser necklace together:

  1. It will take very little time and effort to put your diffuser necklace together. Simply loosen the jump ring on the locket/diffuser pendant and thread it through so that it attaches to the necklace chain. Tighten the jump ring with a tiny pliers or jewelry tool. Do the same with the charm/s that you bought.
  2. Place the small piece of felt, leather, or suede inside the locket/diffuser pendant.

How do you use a diffuser necklace?

Simply apply 1-2 drops of your favorite essential oil to the small piece of felt, leather, or suede and place in the locket/diffuser pendant of your necklace. The scent of some essential oils will last for quite a long time, while others will fade more quickly and will need to be re-applied.

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Young Living March 2015 Promotion

Warmer weather is on its way and Young Living has a new set of monthly freebies for us (that start tomorrow, 3/1/15)! The March freebies are ones that soothe the body as we’re able to become more active this spring (spring begins on 3/20/15). The Young Living March 2015 promotion is available to any Young Living Retail Customer or a Wholesale Member. You get more free product, however, if you are a Wholesale Member enrolled in the Essential Rewards program!

Young Living March 2015 Promotion For Website

190 PV order ($51.65 value):

Any Retail Customer or Wholesale Member who orders at least 190 PV will receive a 5-ml bottle of Marjoram essential oil. If you are enrolled in the Essential Rewards program and spend 190 PV, you will also receive a free 5-ml bottle of Idaho Balsam Fir essential oil.

250 PV order ($71.65 value):

Any Retail Customer or Wholesale Member who orders at least 250 PV will receive a free 5-ml bottle of Marjoram essential oil and a $20 enrollment coupon. If you are enrolled in the Essential Rewards program and spend 250 PV, you will also receive a free 5-ml bottle of Idaho Balsam Fir essential oil.

300 PV order ($117.37 value):

Any Retail Customer or Wholesale Member who orders at least 300 PV will receive a free 5-ml bottle of Marjoram essential oil, a $20 enrollment coupon, and Ortho Ease massage oil. If you are enrolled in the Essential Rewards program and spend 300 PV, you will also receive a free 5-ml bottle of Idaho Balsam Fir essential oil.

*This is the Young Living March 2015 Monthly Promo for the United States.

*In the event that the supplies of any of these items becomes unavailable, Young Living may replace promotional products with products of similar value. 

Young Living’s Marjoram essential oil:

Young Living’s Marjoram essential oil has a woody, spicy aroma that may improve mood. It also has a relaxing and calming effect when applied to overworked muscles and areas of tension.

Young Living’s Idaho Balsam Fir essential oil:

Young Living’s Idaho Balsam Fir essential oil can be used to soothe sore muscles and support proper respiratory function. It may also promote feelings of grounding and empowerment.

$20 enrollment coupon:

The $20 enrollment voucher is an ideal tool for sharing Young Living with your friends and family who are wanting to become fellow oilers! Look for a discount code in the notes section at the bottom of your qualifying 250 or 300 PV order invoice. You can give this code to a friend or family member to use when they join Young Living as a Wholesale Member with the Premium Starter Kit. The Premium Starter Kit is normally $150, but with this coupon, they will save $20 and only pay $130 (plus tax and shipping)! To redeem the voucher, the new member must sign up online, select the Premium Starter Kit, and enter the voucher code upon checkout.

Ortho Ease massage oil:

I did a double take when I saw this oil as part of the March promotion. I LOVE the Ortho Sport massage oil and as a result, the Ortho Ease massage oil has been on my wish list for a long time! Ortho Ease contains Wintergreen, Juniper, Peppermint, Eucalyptus Globulus, Lemongrass, Marjoram, Thyme, Eucalyptus Radiata, Vetiver, and Clary Sage essential oil. This massage oil can be applied to areas of occasional discomfort like a sore back or overworked muscles.

Not yet a Wholesale Member of Young Living?

Sign up under me with the Premium Starter Kit, add an additional 90 PV worth of Young Living product to your order (the Premium Starter Kit is worth 100 PV; the PV is listed next to each item when ordering) and get the free 5-ml bottle of Marjoram essential oil! PLUS, you will get a free reference guide, a free second book (while my supplies last), exclusive access to Oil Moxie, and wholesale pricing! No commitments, no catches! Just click the graphic below.

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