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Essential Oils 101 w/ Lynda Carpenter - Clifton Branch

Essential Oils seem to be all the rage, but what are they? This class will cover the basics of what essential oils actually are and how they differ from infused oils. How can essential oils be used safely? What can they be used for? What about use in pregnancy, childbirth, infants and nursing mothers . . . the elderly or those with sensitive skin? Can Essential Oils be harmful? Can/should they be taken internally?

About the presenter:

Lynda Carpenter is the founder of Wellness FOR a Lifetime. She holds a Masters Degree in Complementary and Alternative Medicine, is a Certified Raw Food Educator and an Advanced Healing Foods Instructor. The accolade she is most proud of is having reversed her own stage 4 metastatic and supposedly terminal cancer without conventional chemotherapy or radiation. Now she is passionate about helping people live a life of optimum health that she defines as (borrowed from Dr. Hunter Adams) "A body toned to it's optimum performance potential, a clear mind exploding with wonder and curiosity and a spirit happy and at peace with the world."

Date:
Thursday, October 26, 2017
Time:
3:00pm - 4:00pm
Campus:
Clifton Branch
Categories:
  Adult  

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