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The world of Essential Oils is large. It can be a bit overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. It’s a learning curve for most of us American’s. We are learning something new and something amazingly wonderful and effective!
One of the best ways to get started with Young Living Essential Oils is to purchase the Premium Starter Kit. This kit comes armed with 11 of the oils that you will use on a regular to frequent basis. At least one, most likely more than one of these oils will be utilized to support health & wellness of many of your body systems.
Essential Oils for Pets
Notes from 201 class May 13, 2014 – for Kathleen Harvey’s group
Presented by Nicole Biasizzo, Holistic Pet Health Specialist
(Notes not word for word of Nicole’s presentation – just know I might’ve missed a thing or two!)
- Nicole has a history of working for a holistic pet food company. She also worked in a vet clinic and asked lots of questions! Has a degree in herbs and herbology for animals.
- If you suspect illness in your pet seek medical diagnosis from vet. Don’t need to necessarily treat, but get an accurate diagnosis so you know how to treat.
- Reference Guide for animals is called the ANIMAL DESK REFERENCE by Dr. Melissa Shelton. Able to purchase at www.oilyvet.com.
Have you reached it yet?
Photo credit David PhotoCrew Young Living
Ever feel like you can never do enough? You always fall just a little short of what you wish you could become? Do you have voices telling you you’re not worthy? You don’t have this skill or that degree?
Well I have good news for you!
You’re listening to the wrong voices! So open your eyes and hear yourself read the following out loud. If you have to post these around your home to remind you – YOU CAN REACH YOUR HIGHEST POTENTIAL! First and most important step is changing your thoughts.
I think he was 7 when I first “adopted” my child at a Christian concert, outdoors in Garfield Park. Many of you didn’t know I had 3 children did you?
Well, he was my sponsored child through Compassion International. And I now have to say goodbye to him. He’s 22 and has graduated from the program and has begun a career as a chef. I have enjoyed praying for him, writing to him and viewing his pictures and letters back to me. I would love to meet him someday and I’m sad it has come to an end.