Everyday Essential Oils: First Aid & Emergency Preparedness

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What would you do if your child had an asthma attack and
you had no inhaler?

What would you do if you had an infection & no access to antibiotics?

How would you handle a toothache with no dentist available?

 

I am thrilled to announce the completion of my eBook, Everyday Essential Oils:  First Aid & Emergency Preparedness.   It is my hope that this book will be of great value to you and give you the confidence and knowledge necessary to make informed health choices for your family.  Essential oils are powerful and amazing.  They should be a part of every home, first aid kit and bug out bag.

This eBook is FREE when you subscribe to my website.  You will find this form in the right sidebar.

Be well.  Pray.  Expect miracles.

If you are ready to get started with essential oils,   click here for info on purchasing retail or  here to open a wholesale account.

 

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Comments

  1. Brenda Sissel says:

    I have tried to sign up and join your site but it never sent a confirmation email and when I tried to do it again it said I had not confirmed.
    Brenda

  2. Tim says:

    … and if I don’t have Facebook (you know the founder call you users “dumb f*cks”… you know that right?)… What are my options?

    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/05/14/facebook_trust_dumb/

    • Stephanie says:

      Hey. You don’t have to have FB to download the eBook. You can enter your email info on the sidebar. See that?

      As far as the slag, well, I’ve been called worse than that by family members (Dysfunctional family. What can I say?). :) I’m aware of the security issues at FB but that’s pretty much everywhere online and beyond. God has not given me a spirit of fear but of peace, love and a sound mind.

      Take care, brother.

  3. Brenda says:

    Love my essential oil book!!
    Learned a lot today too, all without
    FB. Thanks Stephanie!!

  4. Alison Bayne says:

    Seeing your post linked up at the Creative HomeAcre Hop was great! I look forward to downloading my ebook and I’m especially interested to learn about the asthma attack one. Thanks for joining us and we hope you’ll come and party creatively again on Sunday at http://mumtopia.blogspot.com/2013/06/June16thbloghop.html
    Do let me know if you would like to write a guest post for Mumtopia – I’m sure my readers would benefit from what you have to say.

    • Stephanie says:

      Awesome. Thanks so much!

      Email me if you want more info on the asthma. I have some cool asthma stories. I have several people who have gotten their own kids off of inhalers just by using oils. It’s crazy but it works!

      Thanks for the offer of the guest post. :)

  5. HAPPILY DOWNLOADING THIS GEM! I have been looking for something this! Thank you! Thanks for linking this wonderful up with me at A Little R & R Wednesdays. I hope you’ll be back by to link up again.

  6. Jessica Harper says:

    I cant find the place to register on your websight and get the free ebook…Please help. :)

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