The W. T. Bland Public Library will host a series on Essential Oils taught by Stephanie Clunn on:
• Saturday, September 27 at 10:30am – Make Over Your Medicine Cabinet Naturally - Using therapeutic grade, pure essential oils, learn the many ways they can heal and often replace your over the counter medicine cabinet items.
• Saturday, November 22 at 10:30am – The Holidays & Essential Oils - How you can cook with essential oils, which oils to give as gifts and a make and take hands-on activity.
Registration is suggested so the instructor will have enough supplies for everyone who attends.
What is an essential oil?
Essential oils are natural aromatic compounds found in the seeds, bark, stems, roots, flowers, and other parts of plants. They can be both beautifully and powerfully fragrant. If you have ever enjoyed the gift of a rose, a walk by a field of lavender, or the smell of fresh cut mint, you have experienced the aromatic qualities of essential oils.
In addition to their intrinsic benefits to plants and being beautifully fragrant to people, essential oils have been used throughout history in many cultures for their medicinal and therapeutic benefits. Modern scientific study and trends toward more holistic approaches to wellness are driving a revival and new discovery of essential oil health applications.
Stephanie Clunn is the former owner and publisher of Lake Family Magazine and North Lake Macaroni Kid and is now the current owner of North Lake Resale where over 9,000 locals save and earn money. Along with her family, she operates a small, working beef, chicken, and egg farm. With decades of involvement in Chiropractic and licensed massage therapy, Stephanie now spends her time leading groups in clean eating and juicing, and has been influentially involved in local, organic and hydroponic growing and purchasing. She now commits her time to her passion of healing from home with Certified Pure, Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils. You can reach Stephanie at email@example.com
The W. T. Bland Public Library is located at 1995 N. Donnelly Street in Mount Dora. All Library programs are free and open to the public. For additional
Information and to register, call (352) 735-7180 option 5.