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hey everyone its back here and I'm doing
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a Facebook live from home in my office
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and here beside me are all my little
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morning and afternoon and evening
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rituals I have my little table set up
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and I feel really in routine with taking
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all the things that I take and I'm
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obviously makeup free as well so and my
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makeup and cosmetic free today so you
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can see all my nice little freckles and
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little blemishes that I have so I'm
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pointing out the obvious that I really
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want to do things when I'm in their
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space to do them not have to always
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prepare myself to look good for video if
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you know what I mean so and that's
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really new for me I do have done it in
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the past but I really feel like it's
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much nicer to have a flawless look when
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presenting your self professionally so
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that's obviously being taught amongst
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the community and what looks good and we
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can you know look good or we can be real
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I guess so I'm trying to keep the
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balance and the reason why I'm doing
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this Facebook live today is because of
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this beautiful oil blue Cyprus and this
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blue Cyprus oil if I can get out nice
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and close you can probably read that it
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says symposium 2017 envision your future
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so as we were leaving the symposium on
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Sunday afternoon we got given a bottle
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of this for free and I just checked the
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price list to see how much it was
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because I had no idea and I'm just
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reading now let me turn my screen on so
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you can see - so let me just see if I
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can zoom in a little bit or I can get
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less blurry
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I'm going to do that you can I move the
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page ha ha ha ha
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the joys of being still so you can see
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there's blue Cyprus 2 5 mil its
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wholesale price is $48 and retail 63 15
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so I'm a wholesaler I account holder so
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$50 worth of product you know I'm
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rounding up here and you know if you
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don't wholesaler like if you come on to
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a symposium like this if you are new to
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Young Living and you haven't created a
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wholesale can be you you've hope you
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have your own standard account that is a
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genuinely beautiful gift to give and
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receive
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and so the generosity of this company
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just continues to impress me and really
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dislike blow me away and tell me about
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the enemy I mean I really feel quite
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like I don't know I just guess there's
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no other word and I might sound like
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it's like this whole maybe I think it's
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100 monkey sing with language that's
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become aware as well but I really feel
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blessed and like that I think when
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people say the word bless it really
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truly does come from their heart and so
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that where I'm at at the moment and I
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really wanted to share that I feel like
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this company consistently blesses us
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consistently like they never stop they
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just keep giving and that generosity
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really like yeah it's just so beautiful
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ok so I want to tell you about blue
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Cyprus center oil as well while I've got
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you here and I'm just going to read a
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little bit from the book it's actually
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here in Australia is grown in Darwin
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it's actually one of the partner farms
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that Young Living has here in Australia
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so hence the reason we've had symposium
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here this year I don't think symposium
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is always but we have had symposium two
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years ago here so it obviously comes he
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regularly I'm not sure if it goes around
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different I'm not been in the company
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long enough to really know that
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information now don't think of our city
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one hit so the Iraq school is seventy
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three thousand one hundred units te per
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100 grams so I don't know how much five
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mil is in grams and that's pretty
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amazing blue Cyprus is an ancient is
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blue surface in ancient times was used
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for incense perfume and embalming so
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I've obviously got that kind of sacred
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when one says embalming it kind of
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brings about the invokes of feelings of
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one's you know death and you know being
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you know a guessing bombed but these
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days from what I understand they
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embalmed people with formaldehyde and I
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was once listening to a doctor speak
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listening to them a guest event at a
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random not Young Living event it was
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just a random health and wellness talk
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in the doctor was speaking and she was
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saying that that we actually have so
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many preservatives in our body from all
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of the chemicals that are synthetic not
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natural chemicals because they're made
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up of chemicals everything is so the
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synthetic chemicals that have been
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man-made have we've got so many of them
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in our body now that they use I think
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she said ten percent less of embalming
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oil or formaldehyde in that a morgue
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event of a
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process so I actually really don't know
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very much information that's just a
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small snippet of something that I've
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heard of somebody else and obviously
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that was a good time because I read
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embalming there but imagine if you
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getting put to rest like there's a lot
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to be said about what happens what goes
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back into that earth what goes what what
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that industry does recently I've been
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sitting with one of my good friends and
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she's been in hospital and hard for me
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to talk about and I'm conscious also of
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her permission to discuss her so we were
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talking about her future and and so this
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is all up for me right now actually some
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talking of end of life and so that was
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quite poignant bringing that to my
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attention just now and what we do now
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what we did in the past so I think we've
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lost a lot of that ancient wisdom and
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hopefully we're bringing you back in
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that I think that's one of the things
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like the app consciousness our wareness
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when I talk of even saying the word
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blessed
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I actually really feel like when I say
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that it's kind of like ancient wisdom
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coming back like like really just like
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having an intention and I'm
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consciousness and really being aware and
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self-aware and responsible of what we
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speak about so there's that so blue
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cypress in ancient times was use the
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incense perfume and embalming so back in
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the day incense would have potentially
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been for meditation or prayer or both
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and possibly for the aroma of
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one's living space but most likely in
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sense and in terms of probably just
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simply used for prayer meditation
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once in old days and still today a lot
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of sacred sites use incense and so yeah
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we that's another thing to be aware of
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incense sticks can sometimes be loaded
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with chemicals synthetic and not really
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all that good to write off actually no
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lady who has shared her story with me
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and that is part of her story as well is
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that she realized that all these
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different things were that she used in
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her home and that was one of them the
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incense sticks and so she changed over
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to essential oils which is really cool
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and then we've got here that it's also
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found in Australia blue so we have an
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essential oil blend called Australia
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blue it's got it's in an essential oil
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blend called brain power which I have
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done a Facebook live on from the
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symposium and I hadn't smelled that
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aroma before but it's going on my next
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order so I'm very excited about getting
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brain power and it's in breathe again
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roll-on and it's in the essential beauty
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serum which I love is beautiful it
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smells like dead ants but it will be
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focused on the skin it's also in the
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blend highest potential so yeah I really
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feel blessed to have received this
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beautiful gift of blue Cyprus I'm just
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going to quickly see what it says in the
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product guys I'll hang on out of Tony
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backgrounds so this is the product price
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list and this is a product guide this is
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as effective as March 2017 these are
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some of the beautiful firms that one's
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in mone Utah I'm just going to go to
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blue surface
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some beautiful pictures and Vulcans are
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beautiful here we go we Cypress so it
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says blue Cypress is produced from the
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steam distillation of the wood of the
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tree which is indigenous to Australia
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traditionally used to moisturize dry
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skin this oil also has historical use as
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a component in perfumes and even as an
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adhesive well I didn't have that in my
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other books so how to use it you can use
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it by diffusing it in a diffuser or
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directly inhale or apply topically so
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that some blue cycles and I'm really
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excited to have that as an oil that I've
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now gotten to use and um yeah have I
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think that's it for me today
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that's my share and like I said I'm
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having to do more of these regularly so
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if you like this video please like it
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and share it with anybody that you would
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like to share it with and comment if
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you've got any questions because I know
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I've got more information on blue Cyprus
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from the farmer who came to a symposium
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to speak about it and he also had a
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display table of all the beautiful
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cypress wood and we got to actually
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smell the wood itself and saw how lucky
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explains how it was done so that is so
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exciting that here in Australia anion
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back yard that we actually produce one
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of these beautiful wheels and again
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bringing back into it the indigenous as
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well I have looked at blue cypress in
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the past because I have looked into
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Australian blue which I have purchased
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once before I'm very big on local and I
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love the term glycol these days and I've
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probably like that for a while now
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though actually and this whole
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understanding of what that is but
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knowing that we actually produce
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over here in Australia and I think I may
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have explained this in a previous video
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and I'm not sure where I've explained
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this before how long ago so if you're
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new and awesome I'm getting to explain
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to you again if you're not new and
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you've heard me talk about this before
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apologize I repeat information can get
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ya a little bit well I guess you can
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take it as a really good thing actually
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as the idea that you just having more of
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that same information that you need so
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the thing I'm relating it back to is
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honey so I love going to buy my honey
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local and as local as I possibly can so
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I'm where I live we actually have honey
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that comes from our forest and so in the
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forest is right in our local area so all
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the bees are very much predominant in
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our area and so anything that's airborne
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and I've heard this from another lady
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before who's done a lot of research on
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this information she explained to me
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that if there's anything in the air air
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borne illness what bees do is they
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create an natural antibiotic and while
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they're in the air for it and then when
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they create the honey that that's what
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anybody is present in the honey so so
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fancies going around in a local area
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that's why I think a lot of people speak
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about honey being a Maps them basically
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and natural medicine if you like and
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there are some on the shelves like
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manuka honey that people do rave about
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that are really beneficial for their
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wellness so that's just an example of
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what I like to kind of I mean I have
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that real connection with with whatever
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we can get in our own backyard so I love
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growing my own food I love being in the
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garden and I love getting anything is
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local especially organic if possible and
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of high quality
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and so blue cypress being
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one of those amazing products that comes
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from our own backyard I'm so excited I
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gave the blue fibers so if you want to
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know how to get blue Cypress you can
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click on the shop now' button and i
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think it's at the top and then you can
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follow the prompts from there if you
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have any dramas which you shouldn't
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because very easy just message me and
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I'll get back to you I'm pretty quick on
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the message my notifications on my phone
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are well and truly awake so I do get
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back to people quite quickly and if I
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don't get back to it is probably because
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I am attending to my family or I'm
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sitting with a friend so hopefully I
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will talk to you again soon and again
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give me a thumbs up if you liked this
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video and please share with anyone that
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you care about and thanks so much for
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watching and I'll talk to you soon bye
Rebecca Thompson

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