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Doot Doots

February 1, 2018

"Granny, why haven't you given me my focus oils"?  Even "I" forget to apply oils at times.

Rylie, my 5 year old granddaughter, was forever going to the doctors because of her horrible skin condition.  Niki, my daughter, heard everything under the sun:  "It's nothing.  It's eczema.  It's allergies".   Well, you get the picture?


Those frustrating doctor visits in which you  drive home  with more questions than answers.  Thousands of dollars in office visits, tests and lotions, all resulting in her condition failing to improve.


There was a point Niki and her husband, Orlando,  even thought  the "Essential Oils" were the culprit.  But, as time went on, and the condition continued to escalate, Niki and Orlando agreed to try the oils.   


Today, Rylie still has sensitive skin to a variety of  chemicals, but she has had amazing results using protocols with doTERRA Essential Oils.   We try a variety of oils,  depending on what she is experiencing.   Fortunately, because of the oil's versatility, there are a numerous  options to choose from.  


What is the underlying cause of the skin problem?  That is still a mystery.  But what we do know is doTERRA's products have not only helped this little girl feel better, but they've kept thousands of dollars in her parent's pockets.  


When Rylie was a little baby,  Niki would apply the oils to her feet and say, "doot doot,  doot doot" as she rubbed them on.  She made a game of it with her.  Today, the oils are known as "Doot Doots".  Rylie loves the way oils make her feel.  These oils have allowed her to become "empowered" to take care of herself.  Now, isn't that powerful!  Mom is educating and empowering Rylie to take care of her health naturally, and she is teaching this at a very young age.  


So, on Granny Wednesday, Rylie knows she can ask for On Guard to keep the germs away, Balance to help her stay calm, and Wild Orange to help her focus.  She knows where her vitamins and probiotics are stored.  And, instead of saying, "Granny, I need my medicine", she says, "Granny, I need my doot doots".  






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