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Aussie Review Of 2014 Exotic Oils Collection

Author: Angela K.
Skill: Raindrop Technique
Date: 09-01-2014
Views: 4,101
Word Count: 254
Questions Received: 1
Testimonial ID: 10111-OR

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The 2014 Exotic Oils Collection arrived in Adelaide on a Saturday evening during the last days of August.

The White Light Blend of course draws me in. The smell is alluring and divine, and to meditate with it is a beautiful journey. However, I still have some exploring to do with this one for sure. It helps to open the first three chakras.

I was very keen to use the Idaho Ponderosa Pine, as I love Idaho Blue Spruce for the libido factor and for clarity in one's life. It smells sensational!

Jade Lemon is another essential oil for clarity, and while it is citrusy, it also smells like it is surrounded with wood -- but that's just me! And in water it is quite uplifting.

Now, while I love Sacred Frankincense big time, the Frereana Frankincense from Somalia is light and quite staccato in its impression within my nose. I am wishing this bottle was a 15 ml, not a 5 ml! It opens both the third eye chakra and the crown chakra.

Mastrante is fantastic for the nervous system and adrenals. The smell is heavy and a bit hmmm -- I am not so sure I like this scent, which means I need it! So I have been applying it on the temples, wrists, and solar plexus as a friend suggested (thanks, Maria J). This is perfect for this day and age for the stress we create in our minds.

What a sensational collection! Next... 15 ml bottles of each, please, Gary!

Thanks, Young Living. I LOVE YOU! XOXO

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