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GIVEAWAY: doTERRA Deep Blue Roll On 10ml! -CLOSED-

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Deep Blue is a blend of wintergreen, camphor, peppermint, blue tansy, German chamomile, helichrysum and osmanthus.  These worked together to help my neck pain.   I unfortunately get a lot of that.  I now have Deep Blue by my computer :)  I also love the roll on!  It is so easy to put on, and it smells really good.  It also works on headaches but we still prefer Peppermint for that.

The Deep Blue Roll On helps with Aches, Arthritis, Back Pain, Bruises, Cramps, Fibromyalgia, Headaches, Joint Pain, Muscle Pain, Muscle Spasms, Muscle Strains, Neck Pain/Stiffness, and Torn Ligaments.


Check out My Natural Family for more tips and giveaways!  They always have a lot going on, plus more Deep Blue giveaways!

One reader will win a doTERRA Deep Blue Roll On! US only

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Comments

Dianna said…
I liked and posted a comment, and pinned--this--http://www.mynaturalfamily.com/recipes/dessert-recipes/my-moms-carrot-cake-recipe/#comment-10043--thanks
Colleen Maurina said…
I liked and commented on their Healthy Recipes post.

Colleen Maurina

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Bonny Sallee said…
I left a comment on this page:
http://www.mynaturalfamily.com/doterra-essentials-oils/clove-bud/doterra-clove-bud-essential-oil/
Tom and Tammy said…
I liked and commented on her doTERRA Essential Oils Uses Chart post.
Tom and Tammy said…
I liked and commented on her doTERRA Essential Oils Uses Chart post.
Maryann D. said…
I made a comment on:
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Elena Vo said…
I bookmarked the post titled "Fun Facts About Eggs"

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