Cheryl Whitten is an aromatherapist, published writer, entrepreneur, and founder of the Lemon Lover Tribe. She specializes in teaching women and families how to harness the power of nature to take charge of their health and the health of their children. Cheryl graduated Athabasca University with a Bachelor of Arts With Distinction in English Literature and studied aromatherapy with Essence of Thyme College of Holistic Studies. She has used essential oils for 15 years and has a passion for all things natural. Her greatest accomplishment is raising three hippy children whose first medicinal choices are essential oils.MEDIA KIT
My story starts with my family. I started with essential oils back in the day in 2004 when I was a teenager. My older sister brought home aromatherapy as a way to help my parents cope with the emotional weight from the loss of a child. I loved how they made me feel balanced and whole. As I had my own children, I learned the great cost of stress as I developed two autoimmune diseases: osteoarthritis and Hashimoto thyroiditis. After collapsing with Hashimoto's thyroiditis and being forced to leave my job, I became obsessed with reducing stress, supporting the body naturally, and finding the root cause. Over time, I have completely re-modelled my bones, showing symptom-free bone scans, and I have recovered into vibrant health.
Today, I never ever go a day without my aromatherapy. They gave our family hope, and today they empower me as a mom hoping to continue the legacy for my kids. I am empowered in my own health. I have tools from nature that take care of my pain, common ailments, and I've taken charge of my own health. Because of my own experience with pain and stress and mental health distress, I specialize in helping women reduce theirs through natural means.