Mangawhai and surrounds is already a place buzzing with cottage industries. Joe and Jane in their humble kitchen, craft room, or shed are knocking out quality products to sell to locals and the growing numbers of visitors.
The Mangawhai Markets show fine examples of these home enterprises from health drinks to hand-made soaps, specialty olive oils, fresh roasted coffee, coconut oils, sewed and hand-knitted goods and more. All of these product lines lend themselves to the opportunity community member Rachael Pengelly has invited to our shore.
Ms Pengelly is hosting international doTERRA consultants Rayminda and Scott Linton, all the way from North America, to introduce the quality pure essential oils range of doTERRA at the end the month. Ms Pengelly says that not only can these oils benefit individuals and their families with their supreme health and wellness factor, but they can also be laid alongside many of the small business enterprises already operating in Northland.
"I'm very interested in opportunities that allow people to work from home, and, in particular I see this product range as something that can add value to initiatives already underway. Take for example our famous local coffee roasters with their Rush product line. Offer doTERRA's Peppermint Beadlets alongside their delicious hot chocolate packets and customers can make the perfect mug of Minted Hot Chocolate that not only tastes good, but will actually aid digestion and provide respiratory ease as well.
“Or take hand crafted soaps and provide more than just a delightful scent: infuse them with pure essential oils and advertise the associated health benefits of the oils used."
The extensive range of doTERRA's essential oils are not only certified pure therapeutic grade, they are also offered at wholesale prices to their loyal purchasers and even for free with doTERRA's points-for-products reward program.
“It was easy to pick Mangawhai as the place to introduce these oils, with its eclectic blend of health conscious people, international cultures, and many visitors, and its array of cottage industries."
Rayminda and Scott Linton will share the various types of benefit potential with those who want to know more.
n Ms Pengelly and the Linton’s will be at the Mangawhai Markets at the Mangawhai Village Hall between 9am and 1pm Saturday February 27, and are running various free information sessions at the Mangawhai Heads Senior Citizens Hall in Fagan Place on the Saturday 27th 7-8pm and Sunday 28th 4-5pm and 5.30-6.30pm. For more information see facebook.com/LiveFreeDoTerraNZ/.