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Like most popular wellness products, there are some important things to know about essential oils including where to (safely) purchase, how to use, and when to use them.
This week’s episode covers everything you need to know about getting started with essential oils for beginners. Also, you’ll learn how incorporating certified pure therapeutic grade essential oils into your home and wellness routine can save you time, money, and unwanted health issues.
Why use essential oils? | 1:42
Buying quality essential oils | 3:23
What are essential oils? | 7:04
How you can use essential oils | 8:34
The doTERRA difference | 13:52
Are doTERRA oils organic? | 17:48
Are essential oils a trend or something bigger? | 20:26
Are you interested in learning more about the only essential oils I use and trust?
Learn more about doTERRA and discover the positive impact their essential oils can have on you, your community, and the farmers who provide us with these miraculous oils.
Co-Impact Sourcing: read more about the power of co-impact sourcing and hear about my trip experience to Guatemala to learn more about the sourcing process and to support the cardamom farmers.
Are you ready to experience the doTERRA difference? Get started with our most popular wellness kit that includes our top ten essential oils, a diffuser, and a 25% no-strings-attached lifetime discount.
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Check out the below list of resources about essential oil for beginners:
Essential Oils for Anxious Feelings
The Best Essential Oils for Irritated Skin
Essential Oils for Menstrual Cramps + PMS
The Most Important Essential Oils to Have
Building Boundaries with Essential Oils
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