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Date: Tuesday, August, 7, 2012 Guests: Jim & Connie Cheney Essential Oils for Today and Any Future, Part-2 When investigating Essential Oils, especially for the newcomer, you’ll find a long list of interesting single oils and blends. But where do you begin? Do you just buy them all and know that you have your bases covered? Even if you do buy all of them, which ones will you be using the most of and will need to have a larger stock on hand? In last week’s presentation (Part-1) Jim and Connie identified their eight most important oils to start with. In Part-2 we cover the next 8 most important oils to add in (that makes a selection of 16 out of 57). Over time you may want to build your personal inventory to include all 57, but here is a practical place to begin with the most frequently called for oils. Getting started with Essential Oils is an important thing to do. The time to learn about and practice using them is now so that in an emergency your confidence is high and your response is natural and quick. They have an almost indefinite shelf life and are ready to use with little are no preparation. So learn about them, buy them, use them and store them. You’ll be glad you did.
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