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GIVEAWAY: doTERRA Intro to Essentials Oils Kit! -CLOSED-


Three of my favorite oils in 1 kit!!  The doTERRA Intro to Essential Oils Kit contains 5ml bottles of Lemon, Lavender, and Peppermint.  Also included is an introductory audio CD and booklet that contains uses of these oils.  I have been using Peppermint for a long time now.  When I get a headache I put it on my temples, or wherever it aches and it goes away.  And you also smell good :)  You can also apply it to your stomach or feet to calm indigestion or an upset stomach.
I also use it along with Breathe to open up my sinuses when I have allergies.

I love putting a couple drops of Lemon in my water!  Plus it is good for
-removing gum, label adhesives, and greasy substances from fabric
-mood elevation
-soothing a sore throat
-neutralize odors, and more...

Lavender has the best smell!  You can use it for calming a bee sting or bug bite, soothe sunburbed skin,  and calm diaper rash.  I used it to relieve dry lips!  You just apply it under lip balm.  Worked great, but try not to get it in your mouth.  I did and its not the best taste

Check out My Natural Family for some more giveaways for a doTERRA Intro to Essential Oils Kits also there a couple great videos about using essential oils for beginners.

One reader will win a doTERRA Intro to Essential Oils Kit! US only

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The product I reviewed and the giveaway prize was provided by My Natural Family and will be shipped to the winner by My Natural Family. All opinions expressed are my honest opinions based on my personal experiences. If you own a blog and would like to run a giveaway like this, check out their blogger program.


Brandi Hawn said…
I liked, shared, pinned, twittered, and commented on the garbanzo bean recipe page! lol we love garbanzo beans in my family and i can't believe some of the stuff you can make with them! :)
Emi Pearce said…
I went to MyNaturalFamily and liked her Chicken Noodle Soup recipie. Actually I have been to this site before because she was having a giveway for doTERRA oils too. My children crave homemade chicken soup and have been disappointed with my sad attempts. They love the homemade chicken noodle soup that my friend makes but she boils a whole chicken and I cannot get my head around that because I think it is a waste and leaves you with too much chicken for the soup. I tried the chicken noodle soup recipie on MyNaturalFamily and it is great because she uses inexpensive chicken thighs. I used store bought noodles. Also checkout her Southwestern Pumpkin Burger. Her recipe calls for canned pumpkin but I had frozen puree left over from last Halloween's pumpkins and used that instead. More great recipes on her site.
I commented here -
Dianna said…
great giveaway-- I liked and comment here--- looks so good
Dianna said…
I liked and comment here--- looks so good
Mrs. B said…
I am so excited about this giveaway. I so love essential oils and can't believe I could win some. Thanks for the chance.
Amanda said…
I commented on the bergamot post here!
Elena Vo said…
I bookmarked the "25 Quinoa Dessert Recipes – Who Knew Quinoa Could Taste This Good?" post.

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