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Wilson, NY - Medicine Cabinet Makeover
Sunday, September 29, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
What do green smoothies and your medicine cabinet have in common?
Now that you have revolutionized your diet and "made-over" your pantry by stocking it with plant-based, whole foods, we want to teach you how to "make-over" your medicine cabinet by replacing the over-the-counter medicines and other drugs in your home with pure, plant-based medicine-- also known as essential oils.
Just as you have been taught and have enjoyed the simple, nutritious, and delicious green smoothie drink, I invite you to learn how you can take charge of your healthcare with these self-directed, medicinal oils that you can utilize everyday to improve your body's chemistry and natural defenses.
1:00 pm - "Make Over Your Medicine Cabinet" - taught by Green Smoothie Girl Health Coach and Certified Aromatherapist Nicole Geraci.
Join us for this free, how-to class and learn to be a healer in your own home because there is nothing better than medicine that is safe, natural, and effective-- (except maybe a green smoothie). :wink:
Get a ticket for yourself and a friend. We hope to see you there!
Zyto scans to be offered for $10.00 after the class.
**doTERRA IPC’s: Our Medicine Cabinet Makeover classes are for those not yet introduced to the healing power of essential oils. Our classes are private events, despite ticketing on Eventbrite. They are hosted by a GSG coach who has expended significant time and expense. This coach is well trained and will teach her audience how to take their healthcare into their own hands. Additionally, she will show the audience many perks exclusively available to the GreenSmoothieGirl team – which include ticketing classes on the high-traffic GSG site, nationally advertised classes, and more.
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Certified Health Coach and Aromatherapist, Nicole Geraci