There are many ways to stay healthy and finding the right fit for each person is important. Hope Grows offers different Therapeutic Respite activities every month which includes classes and information and education about Essential Oils.

Essential Oils can be used to help many aspects of our lives in caregiving and can also be used to keep your care receiver calm and balanced. Hope Grows is featuring the doTERRA essential oil called TerraShield this quarter and also sharing a link to the Essential Oil Spotlight for the summer.

Essential Oil Spotlight: Clary Sage

Featured in the Summer 2016 doTERRA Living Magazine

http://doterra.com/US/en/brochures-magazines-doterra-living-summer-2016-clary-sage-spotlight

Hope Grows is also sharing information about keeping yourself insect free this summer with TerraShield, a natural product without harmful chemicals and keep you and your care receiver calm with Clary Sage.TerraShield® is an all-natural formula of Citronella, Cedarwood, and a blend of 11 other CPTG Certified Pure TherapeuticGrade® essential oils blended in a base of pure Fractionated Coconut Oil. A primary function of essential oils in plants is protecting against insects and other predators. Unlike other products that contain synthetic and toxic chemicals, TerraShield is a natural approach to managing exposure to biting insects. TerraShield’s fresh, light citrus smell is wonderfully invigorating and can be used safely by everyone in the family. Two new oils have been added to TerraShield, Arborvitae and Nootka. Arborvitae trees can live for up to 1,000 years, partially because they are naturally resistant to insects. One application provides coverage that lasts up to 6 hours. Contact Hope Grows to learn how to get this product or any other essential oil product. Hope Grows offers classes about essential oils. In the past, Hope Grows has had classes on Emotions and Essential Oils, The Chakras and Essential Oils, Essential Oils 101, and Spring Cleaning with Essential Oils. Call for more information, 412-369-4673.