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Spring Has Sprung Giveaway!  

WINNERS!

Well folks it looks like odds were in your favor because it seems only 2 people dared to comment and there could only be 2 winners!  Congratulations Stacey & Brenda it looks like I will have to get with you so I know where to send the prizes!


Spring Has Sprung Giveaway!

It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan and a firm believer in the power of natural products – specifically Young Living Essential Oils.  As a tribute to the start of spring I’ve come up with a Spring Has Sprung Giveaway that will gift 2 lucky winners some great products!

Follow the link below to the Young Living Product Catalog, pages 29-30.  To be entered, choose an oil displayed on these pages and comment on this blog post which one you love or would love to try.  I will be drawing at random and announcing the winners on Friday, March 24th!

YOUNG LIVING PRODUCT CATALOG

Asian Zing Gift Bag

  • Ningxia Red Glass
  • Ningxia Red Single Pouch
  • 5ml Lemongrass Essential Oil
  • 5ml Basil Vitality Essential Oil
  • Lavender Honey Lip Balm Pot

Summertime Mojito Gift Bag

  • Ningxia Red Glass
  • Ningxia Red Single Pouch
  • 5ml Lime Vitality Essential Oil
  • 5ml Peppermint Vitality Essential Oil
  • Lavender Honey Lip Balm Pot

As always, if you have any questions about essential oils feel free to contact me.  I’d be happy to hook you up!  

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4 Responses to “Spring Has Sprung Giveaway!  ”

  1. Joette

    Question – do you use any essential oil in combating avian flu in your flock? I have about 25 chickens, planned to purchase six runner ducks and was told (by a lady with 50,000 chickens) not to mix ducks with chickens since they carry the virus.

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    • Krislee

      As a matter of fact I do use essential oils with my birds! Throughout the winter I used 1 drop of Young Living Oregano essential oil (a natural antibacterial and antiviral) per every 4-5 gallons of water I take out to the chickens and ducks. I’ve also used VetRx Poultry, a few drops per the 4-5 gallons to help keep away any respiratory ailments. I’ve had no issues with my ducks and chickens mixed within the coop, they were raised together. I’ve heard many other folks raise them together with no issues. I suppose it depends on how clean you keep their living environment. All my birds free range during the day and stay in the same coop at night. If you have issues with them together (picking on each other) you may have to make a separate duck house. I would be most worried about non domesticated birds introducing avian flu. It’s always a good practice to introduce healthy birds to your flock…just know where they come from. Runners won’t fly off to foreign bodies of water to be exposed to any wild carriers of the disease – so that’s a plus. I wish you luck!

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  2. Stacey Eland

    The basil vitality essential oil sounds intriguing to try in many of the dishes that I make. I would especially be interested in seeing how it performs in a marinade.

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  3. Brenda Saltsman

    I love the Bergamot Vitality. I keep it in my purse and either use it as a perfume or for a quick pick me up.

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