EO Sample Kits

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Ali
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EO Sample Kits

Post by Ali » Tue Jul 19, 2011 10:13 am

So many oils I want to sample them all. I do see you have Flower Waters Kits, would it be possible to make up a kit of all your essential oil in a sampler kit? Going thru your site it seems to me that a sample of all you oils would be close to $200 +/- if one were to order a sample of each. Would it be cost effective for you to put together a sample kit of your oils? Possibly a one click button to add to the cart the sampler pack of all your oils?
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Julia
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Re: EO Sample Kits

Post by Julia » Tue Jul 19, 2011 1:32 pm

Hi Ali,

Thanks for your suggestion!

We're currently developing a starter kit of essential oils. While it isn't going to include all 125+ oils, it will introduce you to the most commonly used oils for first aid, aromatherapy, and more.

Look for it on the website by mid-August.

Julia@Ananda
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Thanks for posting! Please let us know if we can help further.

jcstorlie
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Re: EO Sample Kits

Post by jcstorlie » Sun Nov 17, 2013 9:12 pm

I looked at the post date and it was 2011. I would absolutely love to see a starter kit or many different kits. I'm new and am overwhelmed trying to get a good supply of needed/wanted oils. I want all of them!! I was writing to simply state that I'm in agreement with the original post :D

AmberinFlorida
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Re: EO Sample Kits

Post by AmberinFlorida » Wed May 14, 2014 7:20 am

Would love this as well! I know at one time kits were mentioned like a skin care kit and first aid! Would love to see those here!!

flossy
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Re: EO Sample Kits

Post by flossy » Sun Jan 25, 2015 11:01 pm

Kits are easy to make on ones own initiative. Knowing what I now know, I would've just started reading about every essential oil stocked, from A to Z, and adding samples to my cart as I went. I too want most of them. Alternatively, doing a search in the left hand box on a topic generates lists. e.g. the First Aid list by some aromatherapist, and helpful articles.
After smelling the samples I might have picked better instead of being overwhelmed. Aus currency has dropped 30% and shipping is lots.. so have rushed to get oils before it gets worse.

I now know some oils carry out the actions of several, and that I prefer some to others. Palo Santo for example unexpectedly covers the spiritual and meditation oils for me although all EO have an effect on the subtle. Palmarosa does a whole lot of interesting things and so it goes on.

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