From:                              Dr. David Stewart [careclasses@raindroptraining.com]

Sent:                               Tuesday, November 16, 2010 3:39 PM

To:                                   Laura

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Raindrop Messenger Archive

Official Newsletter of C.A.R.E.
The Center for Aromatherapy Research and Education

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THE RAINDROP MESSENGER
Official Newsletter of C.A.R.E.
The Center for Aromatherapy Research and Education
Rt. 4, Box 646, Marble Hill, Missouri USA 63764
(573) 238-4846

Volume 8, Number 6
November - December 2010

In reprinting or distributing any articles from The Raindrop Messenger, please use the following credit line and subscription information:

"Reprinted from The Raindrop Messenger, a free eline newsletter, with permission from Dr. David Stewart. To subscribe or download back issues, visit www.RaindropTraining.com."

IN THIS ISSUE:

1. The Case for Thieves Against Windex™, by Gloria Miller
2. God's Breath, by David Stewart
3. Why Our Great-Greatgrandparents were "Happier, by David Stewart
4. Remaining 2010 CARE Calendar and Some of 2011 (as of 11/15/10)
5. Subscribe and Unsubscribe Info

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1. The Case for Thieves vs. Windex
~^~By Gloria Miller

Now that the holiday season is approaching, most of us are starting to focus on the tradition of getting our homes "sparkling clean." But what kind of products to use -- or NOT to use, and why? I'd like to make the case for Thieves Household Cleaner (which, I admit, has an odd-sounding name), by contrasting it with a popular over-the-counter cleaner (with a most delightful-sounding name): Crystal Rain Windex™. (Aaahh. . . Lovely purple color, and the name makes us want to run barefoot through the dewdrops, right? Well, read on. . .)

Nobody would dream of spraying food with Windex, but they do spray various surfaces in their home with it -- including sinks and countertops -- which come in contact with food, and refrigerator door handles, which come in contact with skin.

Let's take a few seconds to find out what they (and their family and pets) will be inhaling, and what kind of chemicals will be left behind on surfaces. There's not much printed on the label, so I visited the Windex.com website for a closer look, then checked out the ingredients on Wikipedia.

Here are some of the ingredients in Crystal Rain Windex, what the maker has to say about them, and what they really are.

The Windex website lists 2-Methoxyethanol (also called Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether) and describes it as "a cleaning agent that removes dirt and soils." Just what we want, right?

2-Methoxyethanol is toxic to the bone marrow and testicles. Workers exposed to high levels are at risk for granulocytopenia (reduction in certain types of white blood cells), macrocytic anemia (abnormally large red corpuscles usually caused by B-12 deficiency), oligospermia (shortage of sperm), and azoospermia (absence of sperm). Uh-oh. . .

The Windex website lists Ethanolamine, described as "a cleaning agent that removes dirt and soils." Again, this sounds good. Ethanolamine is a toxic, flammable, corrosive, colorless, viscous liquid with an odor similar to that of ammonia. It is an iritant to the eyes, skin, and respiratory system. Overexposure causes lethargy. What!? . . . No wonder people get tired when they clean all day with Windex. Ouch! And P.U.!

Ethoxylated alcohol, another ingredient, is listed on the Windex website as "a cleaning agent that removes dirt and deposits." O - o - okaaay. . .

Ethoxylated alcohol has been controversial because of its widespread use and the toxicity to aquatic life after it's degradation. (Is this what the maker means by "green???") By the way, some ethoxylated alcohols are called PEGs, or polyethylene glycols. Ever heard of them? PEGs are a class of useful compounds of molecular weights ranging from 190 to 9000 atomic mass units that vary in texture from viscous liquids to waxy solids. The Merck Index says PEGS can be considered as being of "low toxicity." (Regarding toxicity, "no" is better than "low" and Thieves Household Cleaner has "no toxicity.")

Anyhow, PEGs are found in all kinds of over-the-counter products from garage floor cleaners, cosmetics, and eye drops, to paints, paper coatings, commercial foods and food products. Wikipedia says "PEGs are nephrotoxic (damaging to the kidneys) if applied to damaged skin. (Is that what they mean by "low toxicity?) Pesonally, I'd rather protect my kidneys than put them at risk for the sake of a shiny countertop.

Now for the mystery ingredient, Polyquart® Ampho 149, also said to be "a cleaning agent that removes dirt and soils." The name tells you it is a synthetic substance that does not exist in nature with which our bodies were not designed to easily metabolize and eliminate. Polyquart® Ampho 149 is a registered trademark of Cognis GmbH, which is the same as saying, "No way will we tell you what's in it." Hmmm. . .I wonder why. . .

No place does it say whether these chemicals in combination might be even more dangerous. The company isn't required to test them that way, so they don't -- or if they did, they aren't telling us the outcome. (Call me a worry-wart, but I'm willing to bet mixing them together doesn't make them any less toxic.)

There are a few other ingredients, including artificial colors. I didn't check them out because I believe the above would be enough to convince ANYONE to switch to Young Living's Thieves Household Cleaner. (Oh, and water, which you can get by turning on a faucet.)

But if someone still needs more convincing, consider this: Crystal Rain Windex costs about $3.00 per quart.

Thieves Household Cleaner, mixed to "Medium Degreasing" concentration, costs about thirty cents a quart. It comes highly concentrated, so you add your own water.

Thieves Household Cleaner is totally non-toxic -- so safe that a small child could drink it right out of the bottle and not be harmed. Full-strength, it will clean burned-on gunk off the bottom of an oven. To clean glass, just dilute it further with some white vinegar, which makes it even more of a bargain.

But even if someone doesn't care about paying ten times more for Windex, why would they pay a company any amount on toxins? How "clean" will their house be, with a film of toxins on every surface?

Thieves Household Cleaner is antiseptic, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal (great for destroying mold and mildew in tiled surfaces!) It's even antiviral. It contains 100% pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils of Clove, Cinnamon, Lemon, Eucalyptus radiata, and Rosemary, but NO harmful chemicals. So besides everything being sanitary AND safe, your house will smell wonderful.

Breathing Thieves cleaner is pleasant and boosts your health. The makers of Windex can't claim that.I count it an added bonus when, after cleaning all day with Thieves cleaner, my hands feel better than when I started! And, oddly enough, the water I used will be dirty, but the rag or sponge is fairly clean. (Go figure!)

If you haven't already, I hope you will "make the switch" to Thieves Household Cleaner. Do it for health's sake AND for your budget. It comes in a 14.4 ounce size (YL item #3743), but if you want to save even more money, get the two quart size (YL item #4475).

NOTE: Gloria Miller is an Executive Young Living Distrbutor who practices and teaches Raindrop Technique in Chillicothe, Missouri.


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2. God's Breath
~^~by David Stewart, PhD

God’s Breath

The fragrances of flowers,
Of fields, and of the trees
Exhaled as God’s own breathing
As wafted on a breeze

Inhaled by us, his children
To mingle with our own
The taking of His likeness
Into our flesh and bone

The healing of the nations
By oils of stems and leaves
Embracing Him in silence
In resonance we breathe

Vibrations of the Master
God’s molecules of love
The essence of creation
Distilled from heav’n above

Essential oils of living
God’s nature to imbue
With joy and peace and courage
Uplifting me and you.

As God breathed life to Adam
God’s oils bring life to heal
In sweet aromas fragrant
His presence we do feel

cf. Genesis 2:7; Psalm 33:6; Job 33:4; John 20:22; Revelation 22:2

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3. Why Our Great-Grandparents were "Happier"
~^~Adapted by David Stewart from material provided by Bob Krone, YL Distributor from Cape Girardeau, Missouri

Today we are prone not to trust the U.S. Food and Drug Administration(FDA). While they were commissioned by the U.S. Congress just over a hundred years ago to protect us from fraudulent and potentially dangerous foods and drugs, today it often seems they are more interested in protecting the vested interests of companies whose foods and potions are far from healthy and, some cases, can make you sick and even cause death. Just listen to the disclaimers on television when advertising over-the-counter or prescription drugs and you know what I mean.

However, before the FDA, there was a real problem to be addressed in the country. The driving factor behind establising the FDA was because of the plethora of medicines and elixers of the 19th century that really were faudulent or dangerous and people were being duped and harmed. For example, there was a weight-loss product sold sold on pharmacy shelves that actually contained tapeworm eggs. So some sort of regulation was certainly in order. But are we better off today because of the FDA, or not?

Anyhow, here are some examples of items freely available to the public during your great-greatgrandparents days which may explain their fond memories of the "Good Old Days," even though thir life spans were shorter.

Bayer's Heroin
Between 1890 and 1910 heroin was sold to the public by Friedrich Bayer & Co., a German company later made famous for its aspirin, as a non-addictive substitute for morphine. It was also used to treat children suffering with a stong cough.

Coca Wine
Metcalf's Coca Wine claiming to be made from "fresh coca leaves and the purest wine," was one of a large variety of wines containing cocaine on the market. It was recommended for "neuralgia, sleeplessness, despondency, as well as fatigue of mind or body." Distributed by Theodore Metcalf & Co., of Boston, Massachusetts, it promised to be "A Pleasant tonic and Invigorator." While making you "happy," it could also work as "a medicinal treatment."

Mariani Wine
In 1875 Mariani Wine was the most famous coca wine of its time. Claiming that it was especially effective for "influenza" it promised to "quickly restore health, strength, energy, and vitality as well as "hasten convalescence." Pope Leo XIII used to carry a bottle with him at all times and allowed his smiling image to be featured on the label. The Pope was so pleased, he awarded Angelo Mariani, formulator of the libation, with a Vatican Gold Medal. Mariani Wine was distributed by Wilcox & Co. of London.

Maltine With Coca Wine
We all know that Malt has healthy attributes and has been marketed in many forms. Maltine was a 19th century tonic made by the Maltine Manufacturing Co. of New York that contained coca wine. Its lable boasted that Maltinehad won ten Gold Medals." Suggested dosage for adults was one full glass with or after every meal while children should only take half a glass.

Cocaine and Quinine
While cocaine has its own benefits as well as less desirable effects, quinine, an effective treatment for malaria, is also teratogenic (causing birth defects) and must be administered with discretion. The C.F. Boehringer & Soehne Company of Mannheim, Germany, used to boast of themselves as "The largest makers of quinine and cocaine in the world."

Opium for Asthma
The National Vaporizer Co., of Kalamazoo, Michigan, sold a product called "Vapor-OL Treatment No. 6" which contained "not more than 40% alcohol and 3 grains of opium per fluid ounce." It was recommended for "asthma and other spasmodic affections." A bottle cost 50 cents. With that much alcohol and opium, even if it didn't cure you, you didn't care.

Cocain Tablets
A company in France, V. Vanderbroek Pharmacien, used to sell mint flavored pills containing cocain for its anesthetic and antiseptic properties. It was highly recommended for stage actors, singers, techers, and preachers to achieve maximum performance. Great to "smooth" the voice.

Cocain Drops for Toothaches
Lloyd Manufacturing or Albany, New York had an "Instantaneous Cure" for a toothache--"Cocaine Tothache Drops." It was very popular for children in the late 1800s. Not only did they relieve pain, they made the children very happy.

Opium for Newborns
An American company, Sickney and Poor's, Inc., used to sell a 40% alcolohol tincture of opium called "Pure Paregoric," which was listed in the U.S. Pharamacopia of remedies at the time. The dosages on the bottle were as follows: Five days old, 5 drops; Two weeks old: 8 drops; Five years old, 25 drops; Adults, 1 teaspoonful. Thus you could insure your baby to sleep well through the night, and yourself as well.

So there you have it. It seems as though yesterday's remedies were designed to keep you stoned, from cradle to grave. But with todays abundance of antidepressants, pain killers, and mind numbing drugs approved by the FDA, are we any different than the generation of our Great Greatgrandparents? The FDA sometimes seems to protect the toxic and ban the beneficial, favoring synthetic substances over natural ones like supplements, herbs, and essential oils.

You decide if we are better off with an FDA or not. We do live longer, and that is a fact. "But how and why?" is the question.

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4. CARE INTERNATIONAL SEMINARS AND INTENSIVES - 2010 & 2011
Center for Aromatherapy Research and Education
(As of November 15, 2010)

Training Workshops for Continuing Education Credit in
RAINDROP, VITAFLEX, BIBLE OILS, CHEMISTRY, AND EMOTIONAL RELEASE

During 2009 there were 111 CARE Programs in 34 States and 6 Canadian Provinces as well as in Austria, Philippines, Great Britain, and Japan.
As of Nov 12, 2010, 157 CARE Programs have been scheduled for 2010 and 18 already in 2011. These programs were in 31 States of the U.S. plus DC, and in 6 Provinces of Canada, as well as 7 other countries (Romania, Iceland, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, Japan, and Bahrain).
More programs are added every week. Another 150 seminars will be added to the 2011 calendar before the year is out. So periodically check the website, www.RaindropTraining.com, for the latest listings in the CARE Calendar. CARE Classes are also posted on the Events page of the Young Living website. Some CARE Classes are bilingual and are indicated as such.

If you don't find a CARE program in your area at this time, check the Directory of Certified CARE Instructors on the CARE website, www.RaindropTraining.com, and contact one or more of them to see if a CARE Seminar or Intensive can be arranged in your neighborhood.
DIRECTORY OF CARE APPROVED RAINDROP FACILITATORS
If you are seeking a qualified Raindrop Practitioner in your area visit www.RaindropTraining.com and click on "NEW! Directory of CARE Approved Raindrop Facilitators (CARF)." Order a copy of the CCI Handbook at www.RaindropTraining.com to find out how you can be included in the CARF Directory.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS:
The Center for Aromatherapy Research and Education is approved by the International Association of Continuing Education Training (IACET) and the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a Continuing Education Approved Provider. All CARE Classes carry continuing education credits according to their durations. A CARE Intensive is worth 25 CE hrs (NCBTMB) or 2.5 CEUs (IACET).

CARE OFFERS FOUR TYPES OF PROGRAMS

1. CARE INTENSIVES (offering ALL of the 25-hour CARE curriculum over a 3-4 day period.)

2. CARE SEMINARS (offering a portion of the CARE curriculum over a 1-2 day period.)

3. CARE CLASSES OR LECTURES (offering one, or a portion, of the five topics of the CARE curriculum in a day, morning, afternoon, or evening.)
4. ADVANCED WORKSHOPS in Chemistry, Emotional Release, and Bible Oils. Chem and ER are taught over a 4-day period. BO is a one-day workshop. (These are intended to train CARE Instructors to teach these courses for CARE, but anyone who has taken the regular CARE Class for credit in these topics is eligible to attend the Advanced Workshop. See the CARE Website or call CARE at (800) 758-8629 for details.)

The Full 25-hour CARE Curriculum includes the following:

BO - Bible Oils (2 hrs)
VF - Applied Vitaflex (4 hrs)
RD - Raindrop Technique (8 hrs)
CH - Essential Oil Chemistry (6 hrs)
ER - Emotional Release with Oils (5 hrs)

Listings of scheduled CARE Programs are given below and
are coded as follows:

1. Intensives offering the full five courses (25 hrs) of CARE credit are designated as ALL.

2. Seminars offering only a part of the CARE curriculum are designated according to what is offered by BO, VF, RD, CH, and/or ER as appropriate.
3. Lectures (coded as to topic or topics)
4. Advanced Workshops (coded as to topic or topics)

For specific information on any particular program, see Contact Names with their emails, phone numbers, etc., at the end of this message. Registration for most Intensives can be accomplished on the internet at http://www.RaindropTraining.com.

You may also call CARE toll free at (800) 758-8629 or e-mail your requests to .

BECOMING A CCI, LSH, CRP, or BCRS

CARE Classes are usually taken for the information and skills they provide. Certificates of Participation are issued for each Class. Any CARE Class once taken can be repeated for half-price.

For those who may want to teach for CARE, CARE Classes are the first step toward becoming a Certified CARE Instructor (CCI)

Taking CARE Classes can also lead to becoming a Certified Raindrop Practitioner (CRP) or Board Certified Raindrop Specialist (BCRS) through the Natural Therapies Certification Board (NTCB). The CARE Program also leads to eligibility to become a Licensed Spiritual Healer (LSH) through the Spiritual Healers Licensing Board (SHLB). Becoming both a CRP and a LSH legalizes you in the practice of Raindrop and Vitaflex throughout the U.S. and Canada. Being a CRP or BCRS also makes you eligible to obtain liability insurance good throughout the U.S. and Canada. IACET CEUs are recognized internationally throughout the world.

Eligibility for becoming a CRP or BCRS is available only through CARE. For more details, visit http://www.RaindropTraining.com For complete details, obtain a current edition of the CCI Handbook ($9.95 + shipping) available from CARE.

2010 CARE Calendar of Programs
(as of 11/15/10)

In the following States, Provinces, or Countries
(USA) AL, AZ, DC, FL, IA, ID, IL, IN, LA, MI, MN, MO, MS, NC, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, WI, WY
(Canada) AB, BC, NS, ON, PE
(Also Australia, Bahrain, Great Britain, Iceland, Japan, Romania, Malaysia, Singapore)

Intensive: ALL
Nov 4 - 7, Thu - Sun, Santa Rosa, California
With Gail Hunter, LMP, FCCI

Seminar: BO,VF, RD
Nov 5 - 6 Fri - Sat Artesia, New Mexico
with Carrie Shepard, CCI

Intensive: ALL
Nov 5 - 7, Fri - Sun, Albany, New York
With Joanna Barrett, FCCI and Mer Barrett, SCCI

Intensive: ALL
Nov 5 - 7, Fri - Sun, Kansas City, Kansas
Marie Koepke, RN, FCCI & Tammy Struebing, FCCI, BCRS, LSH

Seminar: BO, VF, RD
Nov 6 - 7, Sat - Sun, Waterloo, Illinois
With Roberta Jane Clair, CCI, CRP, LSH

Intensive: ALL
Nov 6 - 7 & Nov 13 - 14, Sat - Sun, Wentzville, Missouri
With Fran Norton, RN, FCCI

Seminar: VF, RD
Nov 6 - 7, Sat - Sun, Saginaw, Michigan
With Jill Burk, CMT, SCCI

Intensive: ALL
Nov 6 - 9, Sat - Tues, Chesterton, Indiana
With Nancy Gouch, FCCI, BCRS, LSH

Intensive: ALL
Nov 11 - 13, Thu - Sat, Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada
With Carol Howden, FCCI, & Ben Howden, CI

Intensive: ALL
Nov 11 - 13, Thu - Sat, Charlotte, North Carolina
With Christina Hagan, FCCI, LMBT

Intensive: ALL
Nov 11 - 14, Thu - Sat, Costa Mesa, California
With Gail Hunter, LMP, FCCI

Intensive: ALL
Nov 11 - 14, Thu - Sat, Roanoke, Virginia
Neka Wilson, FCCI, BCRS & Jamie Hyatt, RN, FCCI, BCRS, LSH

Intensive: ALL
Nov 12 - 14, Fri - Sun, Milton, Ontario, Canada
With Shawna Marroccoli, FCCI, CCA, BCRS, LSH

Intensive: ALL
Nov 12 - 14, Fri - Sun, Rochester, New York
With Joanna Barrett, FCCI and Mer Barrett, SCCI

Intensive: ALL
Nov 16 - 19, Tue - Fri, Branson, Missouri
With Dr. David Stewart and Lee Stewart, SCCI

Intensive: ALL
Nov 18 - 20, Thu - Sat, Chicago, Illinois
With Nancy Gouch, FCCI, BCRS, LSH

Intensive: ALL
Nov 18 - 21, Thu - Sun, Wyoming (Grand Rapids SW), Michigan
With Kathy Spohn, FCCI

Intensive: ALL
Nov 19 - 21, Fri - Sun, Johnston, Iowa
With Irene Buckley, LMT, FCCI

Intensive: ALL
Nov 19 - 22, Fri - Mon, San Diego, California
With Gail Hunter, LMP, FCCI

Seminar: VF, RD
Nov 20-21, Sat - Sun, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
With Fee Boey, CCI

Intensive: ALL
Dec 3 - 5, Fri - Sun, Raleigh, North Carolina
With Christina Hagan, FCCI, LMBT

Intensive: ALL
Dec 3 - 5, Fri - Sun, Palm Springs, California
With Gail Hunter, LMP, FCCI

Intensive: All
Dec 3 - 5, Fri - Sun, Waller, Texas
With Candace Hoke, CI & Bruce Dietler, FCCI, SCRS, LSH

Seminar: VF, RD
Dec 4 - 5, Sat - Sun, Livonia, Michigan
With Celeste Buie, BSME, CMT, CCI(e)

Intensive: ALL
Dec 5 - 7, Sun - Tue, Dallas, Texas
With Teena Johnson, CCI

Intensive: ALL
Dec 9 - 12, Thurs - Sun, Wyoming (Grand Rapids SW), Michigan
With Kathy Spohn, FCCI

Seminar: VF, RD
Dec 11 - 12, Englewood, Colorado
With Terry Robinette, CCI

2011 CARE CLASSES
(As of November 15, 2010)

Intensive: ALL
Jan 13 - 16, Thu - Sun, Phoenix, Arizona
With Gail Hunter, LMT, FCCI

Seminar: VF, RD
Jan 15 - 16, Sat - Sun, Tenafly, New Jersey
With Maria Turchi, NCMBT, CCI, CRP

Intensive: ALL
Jan 19-22, Wed - Sat, Sterling, Virginia
With Donna Evans, MH, FCCI

Intensive: ALL
Jan 21 - 23, Fri - Sun, Alamogordo, New Mexico
Jeannie Nichols, CI, CRP, & Bruce Dietler, FCCI, BCRS, LSH

Intensive: ALL
Feb 3 - 5, Thu - Sat, Apalachin, New York
With Joanna Barrett, RN, FCCI, BCRS, Mer Barrett, SCCI(c)

Intensive: ALL
Feb 17 - 20, Thu - Sun, Tucson, Arizona
With Gail Hunter, FCCI

Advanced Chemistry Workshop
Feb 17 - 20, Thu - Sun, St. Louis, Missouri
With David Stewart, PhD

Intensive: ALL
Feb 24 - 26, Thu - Sat, Sayre, Oklahoma
Carrie Shepard, CCI, & Bruce Dietler, FCCI, BCRS, LSH
ad Linda Dietler, SCCI, BCRS, LSH

Intensive: ALL (Bilingual: Spanish-English)
Mar 10 - 12, Thu - Sat, Arlington, Texas
Bruce Dietler, FCCI, BCRS, LSH,
Linda Dietler, SCCI BCRS, LSH, & Angie Underwood, CCA

Advanced Emotional Release Workshop
April 7 - 10, Thu - Sun, Tievoli Hills Resort, Clarksville, Missouri
With David Stewart, PhD, Lee Stewart, SCCI, Tammy Struebing, FCCI

Seminar: BO, VF, RD, CHEM
April 14 - 16, Thu -Sat, Ontario, Oregon
With Penny Cosner, LMT, CCI

Intensive: ALL
April 15 - 18, Fri - Mon, Las Vegas, Nevada
with Michelle Truman, CCI, and Gail Hunter, LMT, FCCI

Intensive: ALL
June 1 - 4, Wed - Sat, Mona, Utah (Young Living Farm)
With David Stewart, PhD, FCCI & Lee Stewart, SCCI

Advanced Bible Oils Workshop
July 14, Thursday, St. Louis, Missouri
With David Stewart, PhD

Intensive: ALL
Sep 25 - 28, Sun - Wed, Orlando, Florida
With David Stewart, PhD, FCCI & Lee Stewart, SCCI

Intensive: ALL
Nov 15 - 18, Tue - Fri, Branson, Missouri
With David Stewart, PhD, FCCI & Lee Stewart, SCCI

CONTACT INFORMATION
Registration for some CARE Intensives are available on the internet at www.RaindropTraining.com. You may also register for any of the CARE Seminars by contacting the appropriate registrar from the list below.
Legend of Acronym Titles:
BCRS - Board Certified Raindrop Specialist
CCA - CARE Class Assistant
CCI - Certified CARE Instructor
CI - CARE Intern
CR - Certified Reflexologist
CRP - Certified Raindrop Practitioner
FCCI - Fully Certified CARE Instructor
LSH - Licensed Spiritual Healer
MH - Master Herbalist
QCCA - Qualified CARE Class Assistant
SCCI - Supervising CARE Instructor

Judy Addington, CR, LMT, FCCI
- (423) 542-6159; therbocar@yahoo.com
Joanna Barrett, RN, CNC, FCCI, BCRS, LSH
- (607) 642-5448 RaindropTraining@onehealthylife.net
- or MyrrhandJo@onehealthylife.net
Mer Barrett, CNHP, PKP, SCCI, BCRS, LSH
- (607) 642-5448 RaindropTraining@onehealthylife.net
- or MyrrhandJo@onehealthylife.net
Fee Boey, CI
- (601) 759-83073 Transform@FeeBoey.com
Margaret Brock, CCI, BCRS
- (573) 238-5875 margettiann@hotmail.com
Irene Buckley, LMT, FCCI
- (712) 755-3780 naturjoy@fmctc.com
Celeste Buie, CCI
- (586) 722-3593 celeste.buie@wowway.com
Jill Burk, SCCI
- (989) 996-0830 jillycmt@aol.com
Jane Clair, CCI
- (618) 967-2602, r.janeclair@yahoo.com
Penny Cosner, LMT, CCI
- (541)261-2790 pennyc_lmt@yahoo.com
Bruce Dietler, FCCI, BCRS, LSH
- (316) 799-2626 deet777@sbcglobal.net
Linda Dietler, SCCI, BCRS, LSH
- (316) 799-2626 deet777@sbcglobal.net
Judy Estep, SCCI
- (717) 732-5017 judyeestep@aol.com
Donna P. Evans, LMP, MH, FCCI
- (571) 313-1650, herbaleducator@gmail.com
Carol Garvey, FCCI
Carol Garvey, FCCI
- (905) 815-9931 carol@journey4health.com
Joy Goble, CI
- (816) 812-4647 banuelosjoy@yahoo.com
Nancy Gouch, FCCI, BCRS, LSH
- (630) 272-7948; (630) 682-1394
- raindroptraining@energeticessentials.com
Christina Hagan, LMBT, FCCI
- (919) 623-6940 christina@HealthyStepsNC.com
Candace Hoke, CCI
- (979) 826-8636 candacehoke@earthlink.net
Carol Howden, FCCI, BCRS, LSH
- (250) 585-8200; (805) 208-6628 carolhowden@yahoo.ca
Gail Hunter, LMP, FCCI
- (425) 359-9358 Gailsmassage@gmail.com
Jamille Hyatt, RN, FCCI, BCRS, LSH
- (423) 323-8319; (423) 737-4443 jamillee@aol.com
Teena Johnson, CCI
- (214) 647-1112 info@raindroptexas.com
Melinda Kirby, LMT, FCCI
- (828) 287-0668; (828) 289-6833 theoilmaven@yahoo.com
Marie Koepke, RN, NBCR, FCCI
- (970) 531-3528 mtnmarie@yahoo.com
Shawna Marroccoli, FCCI, CCA, BCRS, LSH
- (905) 875-3952; (905) 466-4882 rs_marroccoli@hotmail.com
Denise Naasz, LMT, SCCI, BCRS, LSH
- (740) 773-5490 or 740-703-2266 denaasz@yahoo.com
Susan Neary, CCI
- (012) 004-43333 enquiries@ancient-therapies.co.uk
Jeannie Nichols, CCI, CRP, LSH
- (575) 937-1420 jeanniesvoice@yahoo.com
Fran Norton, RN, FCCI
- (636) 332-3148 or (314) 961-7605 franorton4@aol.com
Mary Petriano, CCI
- (919) 271-8495 mpetriano@gmail.com
Barbara Ploe, CCI
- (928) 300-6489, jaba9525@gmail.com
Terry Robinette, CCI, CRP, LSH
- (303) 809-7999 tlrobinette@comcast.net
Carrie Shepard, CCI
- (918) 343-2604 outlikeelijah@atlasok.com
Sally Shultis, CCI, cRP, LSH
-(713) 412-8726 desertsrose@consolidated.net
Kathy Spohn, FCCI
- (616) 261-0015 oilsofold@sbcglobal.net
David Stewart, PhD, DNM, FCCI, BCRS, LSH
- (800) 758-8629 Use CARE email address at the top
Lee Stewart, SCCI, BCRS, LSH
- (800) 758-8629 Use CARE email address at the top
Tammy Struebing, FCCI, BCRS, LSH
- (402) 395-6887 tstruebing@gmail.com
Gaia Tossing, FCCI, LMT, RCR, BCRS, LSH
- (615) 496-3366 or (847) 903-6603 careclasses@yahoo.com
Michelle Truman, EdD, CCI, BCRS, LSH.0
- (702) 468-4162 michelleinLV@gmail.com
Maria G. Turchi, NCTMB, CCI, CRP
- 201-655-4253, raindroptraining@bodyworker.us
Neka Wilson, FCCI
- (276) 275-7899 nekaw@comcast.net
Heather Wright, CMT, CCI
- (801) 742-2586, heathershaven15@yahoo.com


WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT CARE PROGRAMS

This program may change your life if you are willing to try something new and be open. I love how gentle and graceful my healing was and how wonderful to have hope again.
~ Lisa Marie Belter, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

This class was very enlightening. I would recommend it to everyone. It is nice to know that there is an alternative to medicine.
~ Tiffany Slusher, Minford, Ohio

As a Medical Doctor, I would suggest very highly that all medical practitioners, medical students, and residents should be exposed to programs like this.
~ Andrew Sears, M.D., Saginaw, Michigan

I can say from experience that the complete version of Raindrop, as taught in CARE Seminars, is the very best. CARE training allows a person to completely grasp the meaning of every technique and lesson taught so a person can carry out, with true value and with deep spirituality, their own facilitations using CARE methods. I am confident that I have learned the most effective way to assist others on their journey to optimum health."
~ Colleen Coleman, Sherwood, Oregon

Since I can remember I could not seem to hear what others could hear. As a result I was labeled as a slow learner. At the CARE Seminar, the Instructor asked if he could demonstrate the Vitaflex Ear Technique on me using helichrysum oil. So I took out my hearing aid and he gave his demonstration to the class. That night when I turned on my computer I had to decrease the volume by three-quarters of the setting I normally use as it was too loud for me. The next day I did not wear my hearing aid to class and for the first time I did not strain to hear.
~ Vickie Hornbuckle, Piedmont, Kansas
This seminar was beyond my highest expectations! It opened up incredible insights and understandings! In addition we learned one Vitaflex technique that 'cured' my scoliosis with one application.
~ Patricia B. Hayes, Bath, Michigan

My experience in this class was very precious and a blessing! The instructor poured out her love all day long amongst us. She touched my heart. I would love to have more of my dear friends in Europe receive this wonderful experience.
~ Gabriele Hauser, M.D., Vienna, Austria

This program has changed my life. I feel as if I have been waiting all of my life for this door to open so I could walk through into my destiny. Usually I would go to a seminar and in a few days, I would go back to my old habit patterns, but not this time. The next day after the emotional release class I woke up totally free from a fear I had for years. God is such a wonderful Father to prepare these healings for us in such a simple way as offered through CARE's ministry. I will forever be thankful. And one more thing. My block towards chemistry is gone. Really gone!I did not look forwardto the class. I actually dreaded it. Now, I am looking forwardto taking it again and becoming a teacher! Miracles happen all the time! Shalom.
~ Maria DeShields, St. Louis, Missouri

A fabulous reintroduction to the oils, the chemistry, and life in general. The instructor was amazing.
~ Jyll Johnstone, DiReno, Italy

The CARE Intensive exceeded my high expectations. All of the instructors were great. Their tremendous caring and willingness to give of self was always evident. This program provides an opportunity to build on previous knowledge or start new if unfamiliar with essential oils. It also enables you to participate in personal growth and meet wonderful people.
~ Jeannette Vaupel, RN, Genoa, Illinois

Thank you so much for bringing the raindrop training to Australia. I absolutely loved the course. It was a turning point for me. I hope that you can come back to Australia ASAP.
~ Sonya Vassallo, Beechworth, Victoria, Australia

I am so grateful for CARE. This workshop really truly builds confidence and teaches the techniques in a way that could be learned by anyone. Thank you! It has been so fulfilling!
~ Robyn Karima Grant, Nakuop, British Columbia, Canada

This seminar will change your life! I have no suggestions for this seminar. It was fantastic.
~ Diane Koepp, Belle Plaine, Minnesota

This is a program for everyone. It will change their lives for a much better future. Makes you a new person who belongs to God. Thank you.
~ Dermot Bailey, Niestetal, Germany

It was great! I loved it! Until I took this seminar I didn't have a clue that oils could do so much! Thank you!
~ Susan J. Knowles, Caldwell, West Virginia

We traveled a long way for the CARE Seminar (from England to California). The whole workshop was interesting, enlightening, excellent, and very enjoyable. It was well worth every mile traveled!
~ Susan Neary, Clitheroe, Lancashire, England

As a massage therapist I was able to take the work that I do to the next level! The understanding of the chemistry of essential is helping me explain the scientific way they work. Thank you. It was a pleasure being in this class

Center for Aromatherapy Research & Education • RR 4, Box 646 • Marble Hill, MO 63764

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