I started dabbling in essential oils last fall, and am quite fascinated by them. So when a local friend from church got a Zyto scanner, I wanted to try it out.
Luke was difficult to scan, but then, pretty much everything about Luke is difficult. We're used to it. His report was interesting. He had the most markers out range out of our whole family. So many, in fact, that even with 6 suggested oils/supplements, it wouldn't be enough to pull everything into the inner circle.
One of Luke's scanned for oils was ridiculously expensive, and another was out of stock, so we skipped those. One of the supplements was something I had on hand in another brand. I'm looking forward to seeing how he scans next month, after doing the remaining oils/supplements.
So what's a Zyto scan? Well, you can read about the technology HERE, but it's a very simple process that tells you about your body.
You place your hand on the cradle, like Miss Katie here, and hold still for a couple of moments while the device sends and receives painless electrical pulses. The computer translates the information it receives from you into a report that tells you what essential oils or supplements would be beneficial to you.
Some of the kids had several things recommended, others only a couple. Katie wins with only one oil suggested for her.
If you're in the Sacramento area, I'd love to set you up with our scan lady. If you're new to oils, you can read How I Store My Essential Oils or how to make Chocolate Peppermint Popcorn or What Oil Day Is Like At Our House.
If you're ready to take the plunge and learn new ways to improve your family's health, I'd love to have you join my oily family.
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