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Did you know there’s a vast “pharmacopoeia” of protective plants and essential oils that can support you in enjoying optimal health? 

The capacity of plants to support the healing and optimal functioning of your mind, body and spirit is the passion of Floracopeia founder David Crow. If you don’t yet know David, he is simply brilliant on the subject of medicinal plants — from common herbs and spices to the fascinating, and aromatically pleasing, world of essential oils. 

That’s why I’m excited to invite you to a FREE virtual event with David on Saturday, December 3, 2016 called Medicinal Plants for Protection: Discover the Preventative Powers of Herbs for Your Physical, Emotional & Spiritual Health.

During this virtual event, you’ll discover:

  • How to use herbal and aromatic therapies to support your immunity
  • Important herbs that protect your liver from environmental and metabolic toxins
  • How the antioxidant powers of medicinal plants can protect you against radiation and heavy metal toxicity
  • How to create a home “pharmacy” of herbs and essential oils to assist in warding off adrenal exhaustion and emotional burnout

For over 30 years, David has pioneered a path for harnessing the power of plants and their ability to help your body, mind and spirit re-balance for greater resilience and resistance to disease –– empowering your natural propensity for self-healing and rejuvenation.

In Medicinal Plants for Protection, David Crow will help you gain a practical, as well as a holistic, understanding of how protective plants and essential oils work — and how to use these potent remedies safely and effectively.

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