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Oils of the week: May 31st. 2013

 

Geranium:

GERANIUM MADAGASCAR: $90/oz
GERANIUM S. AFRICA: $60/oz
GERANIUM INDIA: $70/oz
*GERANIUM EGYPT: $33/oz
GERANIUM CHINA: $63/oz
GERANIUM ~ ZDRAVETZ BULGARIA: $240

Ylang Ylang

YLANG YLANG 1ST MADAGASCAR: $42/oz
YLANG YLANG 2ND MADAGASCAR: $33/oz
YLANG YLANG 3RD MADAGASCAR: $22/oz
YLANG YLANG COMPLETE MADAGASCAR: $41/oz
YLANG YLANG EXTRA MADAGASCAR: $52/oz

Orange

ORANGE BLOOD SICILY: $10/oz
*ORANGE SWEET CP FCC BRAZIL: $8/oz
ORANGE BITTER DOMINICAN: $21/oz
ORANGE 10-FOLD OIL USA: $12/oz
ORANGE OIL 5-FOLD USA: $9/oz
ORANGE SWEET CP FCC FLORIDA: $8/oz

Limon

LEMON CP SPAIN: $15/oz
LEMON ITALY: $14/oz
LEMON CALIFORNIA TYPE USA: $13/oz

Lavender

LAVENDER RUSSIA: $35/oz
LAVENDER PURE 40/42% FRANCE: $50/oz
LAVENDER SPIKE SPAIN: $29/oz
*LAVENDER HUNGARY: $33/oz
SANTOLINA ~ COTTON LAVENDER SPAIN: $54/oz
LAVENDER OREGON: $49/oz
LAVENDER 40/42% FRANCE: $ 40/oz
LAVENDER 40/42% STARA PLANINA: $37/oz
*LAVENDER CHINA: $120/oz

Cedar

CEDAR LEAF ~ THUJA AUSTRIA: $14/oz
CEDARWOOD VIRGINIA USA: $42/oz
CEDARWOOD ATLAS MOROCCO: $13/oz
CEDARWOOD ~ THUJA CHINA: $11/oz
CEDAR LEAF ~ THUJA CANADA: $27/oz
CEDAR LEAF~THUJA WESTERN RED CANADA: $22/oz
CEDARWOOD HIMALAYAN INDIA: $9/oz

Oregano

OREGANO TURKEY: $33/oz
*OREGANO WILD TURKEY: $31/oz
OREGANO MOROCCO: $32/oz
OREGANO HUNGARY: $30/oz
*OREGANO TURKEY: $33/oz
OREGANO REDISTILLED HUNGARY: $32/oz
** OREGANO WILD HUNGARY: $30/oz
OREGANO HUNGARY: $28/oz
OREGANO SPANISH ALBANIA: $25/oz

The ones with stars are the ones I have in stock; the **Oregano is
the one that David Irish and Jamie Satterwhite buy from me regularly. I should
always have it in stock. Let me know what you want and I will
place the order next week. I can carry up to 5-10 lbs of product,
so if you know someone who want bulk, I can do bulk. I have a few
importers that I use, this list is from my favorite importer; I
can get more…

If you want fragrance oils, I can get those in bulk too. I just
try and stay away from them for they give me headaches.These prices are temporary, oil prices always fluctuates pending on the market. I also have some Ylang Ylang in stock, I and my business partner are out of town right now and can’t remember which ones they are off the top of our heads.

Thank you so much,
CainO’

Arbonne new product Workshop

 

Please be my guest for New Product Launch Workshop
Saturday, May 18th, 4 p.m.
Reed Chiropractic Office, 601 NE O’Brien Rd, LS, MO 64081

All the new products will be there along with some very interesting information on them.

Plus special promotional offers.

Bring a guest and receive a free item from me. And please RSVP.

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I got into Alternative health in the early to mid 90’s. I cannot remember exactly when or how I got started, but three things I remember impacted my thinking and my journey. I stumbled upon a cassette tape titled, “Dead Doctors Don’t Lie” and that was maybe the first thing that truly got my attention. Martial Arts was another; I had been studying Martial Arts most my life, but in the 90’s I got into the art of Dim Mak. In Dim Mak they teach you the art of death touch; but before you can learn this, you must study the art of healing. I am still in the healing stage :) I never moved on from this area; I would rather heal then kill.

Around 1993, my 1st wife was a model and while waiting for her at one of the agencies down town Kansas City on the Plaza. Later after our divorce she moved to Arkansas and then after getting back together a few years later and moving back to Kansas City, she went back to try her chances in modeling again. While waiting on her in the waiting area, I was thumbing through the┬áplethora of magazines there. I found some of those cologne paper inserts in one of the magazines that I liked, so I put it on and I apparently had an allergic reaction because I broke out in hives. Went to an Herb Shop in Westport, down town KCMO; House Of Hezekiah. I asked if thee was an alternative for Colones and Perfumes? They of course said, “YES”; and lead me to the the Essential Oils section of the store. There were so many oils; I asked, “Which one do I choose”? So he told me that Patchouli was real popular in the 60’s, I smelled it, I liked it, and so I bought it.

I was working on the railroad at the time as a scab taxi driver and all the railroader said I stunk! I smelled like a dirty hippy! So I went back to the herb shop and told them of my experience and asked what I should do? The suggested blending it… So I asked; well, which one should I choose? That was the beginning of my journey in the aromatherapy business. I don’t remember which one came first, but Tea Tree and Lavender were the two I chose. My thinking was; I can smell good, be healthy and relaxed (stress free) all at the same time. :) So that was my first blend and I have been blending since. That was around 1996

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