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  • KNOTED MARJORAM AND COMPULSIVE BEHAVIOR
  • judy griffin
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KNOTED MARJORAM AND COMPULSIVE BEHAVIOR

KNOTTED MARJORAM AND COMPULSIVE BEHAVIOR

 

Are the same ideas and thoughts repeating over and over in your head? Are you unable to stop eating, even when you want to stop? Knotted Marjoram Petite Fleur Essence aids personality imbalance by promoting willpower and clarity that aids in preventing compulsive and premature actions. Knotted Marjoram helps you stop and think about consequences and your actions before you take action. Knotted Marjoram also helps bring compulsive thoughts and ideas to completion by allowing you to work out sequential details. Knotted Marjoram protects us from making premature mistakes. also helps bring compulsive thoughts and ideas to completion by allowing you to work out sequential details.  protects us from making premature mistakes. Helps you stop and think about consequences and your actions before you take action.  also helps bring compulsive thoughts and ideas to completion by allowing you to work out sequential details.  protects us from making premature mistakes. Petite Fleur Essence aids personality imbalance by promoting willpower and clarity that aids in preventing compulsive and premature actions.  helps you stop and think about consequences and your actions before you take action. also helps bring compulsive thoughts and ideas to completion by allowing you to work out sequential details.  protects us from making premature mistakes.

 

Topically applied to the skin, Knotted Marjoram has antiseptic qualities. It supports the skin’s natural defense systems, reducing viral and bacterial invasions. has antiseptic qualities. It supports the skin’s natural defense systems, reducing viral and bacterial invasions.

 

Tell your brain to give you a rest and apply Knotted Marjoram 2 to 3 times daily on the wrist, throat or neck. 2 to 3 times daily on the wrist, throat or neck.

 

To order this product, please visit our website at www.aromahealthtexas.com..

 

  • judy griffin
  • and GriefBehaviorLoss