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doTERRA oil booth at OHSET meet

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Date(s) - 02/09/2018 - 02/11/2018
All Day (Pacific Time)

Linn County Fairground Calapooia Arena

  1st pictured: Jennifer Pillow’s horse, Grey, was experiencing anxious feelings while her other horse Bugzy was experiencing heightened health issues.  Notice how Grey closed his eyes and what you don’t see is the big breath he took.  The lid did not even have to come off the bottle for him to get the benefits of aromatherapy.

 Next pictured: Angie offering Bugzy (Jennifer Pillow’s horse from Omak, WA) an essential oil for nervous system support.


Essential oils are not only for humans.  Your horse can have great health benefits from them too.

Stop by our doTERRA booth at the OHSET Meet.  We will be there every day from 8a to 8p to answer any questions you may have on how to use oils for your horses or for yourself.  We will be holding oil classes Live and online in the near future.  We would love for you to join us!

Who will be at the booth?

Barbara Johnson from Stayton, OR, an avid horse lover and owner of 1 horse and 4 mules, has had great success using doTERRA essential oils for her animals health needs physically and emotionally.  Come hear one of Barb’s many stories how essential oils have blessed her animals’ lives.  One amazing story I won’t forget is while riding into the mountains, one of their horses sustained a pretty significant leg wound and with the use of essential oils to help the wound heal properly, they were able to ride the horse back out and the wound healed quickly.  Barb has been actively using essential oils for her family and her animal needs for over 3 years now.

Angie Sherman from Sublimity, OR, a retired RN and Certified Holistic Health Coach, has your back when it comes to using essential oils for your family’s needs.   I understand the human anatomy very well.  Horses I am definitely still learning about.   For example, it’s a little crazy they have 2 brains.  This very different anatomical feature however I have learned makes it easier to find out if an essential oil is needed for physical or emotional needs.  Which nostril are they smelling it from?  And a horse will tell you with a quick jerk of the head that they don’t like a particular oil.  And if they do like an oil watch out they may inhale the whole bottle into their nostril.  Their nostrils are kinda big. LOL.  Angie has been using essential oils for her family and animals (2 cats and 2 dogs) health care needs for almost 5 years.


Stop by get connected with us.  We will have literature to handout on safe essential oil use for your horses.