My flight to Utah last week was pretty uneventful on the way there, but the return trip was very different. One of the reasons was because of the rough air as the plane ascended out of the mountainous valley that Salt Lake sits in. I’m not a huge fan of flying and when you add in the rough air aspect it’s not fun at all. Anyway, the flight was full and there were several families traveling with their kids. As the flight went on, the altitude started to mess with some of the babies ears and a couple of these poor babies started crying really loudly. This went on for awhile and people were showing the signs of irritation, even though they felt bad for these kids and their parents. When it comes to pressure in your ears, babies don’t know how to clear the pressure and it’s almost impossible to help the situation. But not so fast… as most of you know, I carry a lot of doTERRA’s oils with me and I was happy to pass out the Wild Orange bottle so the children could take a whiff of this happy oil. This oil always calms people right away and it also puts a smile on faces immediately. If you’ve ever smelled our Wild Orange oil you know exactly what I’m talking about. I also shared the Peppermint oil for those with head tension, and the Melaleuca works really well to soothe ears when you rub just a tiny bit behind the ears. ~ As I was sharing these oils I noticed that most of the people were eager to use them with no fear. I knew that was because doTERRA headquarters are in Utah and most people in that state know about the oils or already use them. What a great experience that was for everyone involved!
Have a great day! Jana
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