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Cheri Heberling of Super Body Care with OP2 Talk Bill Crespo

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Cheri graduated from California Chico State University in 1999 with a BS in Business Administration. She immediately became employed in the IT workforce and became successful in that career path. Three years into her career, she became apathetic, agitated with her life’s achievements, her heart, and her ambitions. Cheri felt there was a bigger calling for her talents and wasn’t sure how to go about identifying it.

Since graduating college she immersed herself in the self-lead studies of health by ways of learning/reading about: foods, diet, human body systems (immune, endocrine, nervous), natural remedies, and ancient and modern theory on medicine.

In 2004, she studied essential oils starting under and accomplished Aromatherapy, Victoria Edwards and studied under her for a year and a half and became empowered with the knowledge, tools, calculations, and safety of essential oils. She started 5 years ago in her kitchen creating/prototyping new products and gave her products out as Christmas presents, birthdays, and to friends and family.  Her first product was an “ointment” made by infusing several skin healing herbs in olive oil, filtering plant matter, and then adding a couple essential oils to make it smell great, as well as provide additional healing benefits. Several friends reported that the ointment healed and helped everything under the sun: skin burns (heat/sun), cold sores, chapped lips, dry/chapped skin, bug bites, minor and superficial lesions. 

In 2005 Cheri mass produced a lip balm by calculating a formula and extrapolating using the correct ratio of ingredients, requesting/defining the quality of ingredients used by the manufacturer, and working with their R&D teams.

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