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Lime 15ml

Citrus aurantifolia

Lime essential oil comes from the fruit of the common citrus tree.  It can be either steam processed or cold pressed to produce the essential oil.  The former produces a clear oil and in the heating process an important constituent (furocoumarin) is destroyed.  DoTerra uses oils that are cold pressed producing a lime colored essential oil wherein the furocoumarins are preserved.  (Furocoumarins are organic chemical compound produced by plants as a defense mechanism against various types of predators ranging from insects to mammals) doTerra's lime is very special,  it has an amazing balance of constituents including limonene, alcohols, esters, pinenes and furocoumarins.

Modern research and studies
During studies, evidence regarding the effectiveness of lime's ability to increase iron absorption. Additional study is needed before a firm conclusion can be drawn.

A study investigating the antibacterial effects of two plants extracts showed Citrus aurantifolia showing promising broad spectrum antibacterial effects on human pathogens.

A study of the lime volatile oil of CA yielded 22 compounds, D-limonene, D-dihydrocarvone among the major compounds. The oil showed 78% inhibition of human colon cancer cells, DNA fragmentation and apoptosis induction, results that suggested potential antiproliferative benefits in colon cancer prevention.

A study on essential oils of three varieties of C. aurantifolia showed the plant to be very rich in monoterpenes, with limonene its major compound. The three extracts showed fungicidal inhibiting action to phaeoramularia angolensis and presents an alternative to chemical fungicides used for Citrus fruit crops.

Lime's (Physical) Therapeutic properties

Lime oil is anti-rheumatic, antibacterial, antibiotic, antiseptic, antiviral, anti-mucus, and Disinfectant.

Lime is great for anything to do with skin recovery, acne, it is an extraordinary citrus oil for the respiratory system as it is anti-mucus and a natural decongestant it aids the lymphatic system, helps in the recovery of insect bites and reduces muscle spasms, and cramps.

Lime interferes with the cell to cell communication for the genetic expression of pathogenic (disease causing) bacteria...this means that disease cannot take control of your cell reproduction due to the combined compounds of doTerra's Lime.

doTerra's Lime inhibits (Stops) enzymes which can activate compounds to form cancer in the body.

Lime is an excellent disinfectant, which will not only effectively kill bacteria but it is a natural antiseptic and smells divine.

Lime can be used in recipes of all types and varieties (let combination's of food cool down then add Lime)

Lime's (Emotional) Therapeutic properties.

Lime, like other citrus oils is effective for calming and stress relief.  It is uplifting and stimulating which makes it great for brainstorming and creative thinking.

 Diffuse lime essential oil to shake of feeling of lethargy, and to help energize the soul.

Suggested Protocols

Children will experience with asthma relief by directly inhaling lime.  Use a diffuser, cup and inhale, or make a tea and inhale the steam as it evaporates.

Use direct massage for cramps or spasms. 

Gargle and swallow for sore throats, decongestion, and first signs of cold or flu.

Use lime or combine with the breathe blend and diffuse or apply hourly to the chest for any respiratory condition.

Blend with other oils in a capsule for internal anti-viral or anti-bacterial issues.

Use lime oil in a massage of the lymph nodes to help detox and drain lymph nodes.  Start at below the jaw and ears, and use deep strokes toward the heart.

Add 50 drops to a spray bottle with 8-12 oz of water for cleaning and disinfecting.


Lime is photosensitive so if used topically on the skin the area should not be exposed to sunlight or ultraviolet light for 12 hours to avoid severe burning.

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stopped immediately with the next application of make up.

I knew you could use on guard with water to clean my tooth brush but never thought of the benefit of cleaning my make up and hair brushes and combs.

I just applied the soap to the make up brushes and washed individually and the hair brushes I always cleaned but added a couple drops of
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I was going through a super hard time and the doctor put me on antidepressants. Which was tough for me because I am such a happy person usually. (Plus I have a million tools to help other people get better but wasn't able to do anything for myself and that was even more of a big bummer.)

When I came across the oils I was a bit skeptical but hopeful at the same time.

I watched the Mood Matrix webinar that Laura Jacobs did
( and saw I needed some ELEVATION

I got some ELEVATION and when I had a really hard day I crawled into bed I put some on my chest (Heart Chakra) and cupped my hands over my nose and mouth and just started huffing the oils on my hands. Within about 5-10 minutes I felt better and happy again. They were that fast
for me. They got me to a place where I was able to be happy again and for me that is really important for me, but also for my work in the world.

I mostly got into DoTERRA because of the mood enhancement aspect of the oils...and they have only made me happy :)

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This time last year my 7 year old was home at least once a week w/asthma.  It was horrible.  Breathe, frank, mel, lemon, were not cutting it at all.  I finally figured out to treat his allergies because I was doing a cleanse on him with the GX assist and his asthma disappeared.  So for a while I was giving him a Gx assist pill every
couple days and that really helped.  This fall I have been using lemon, lavender & pepp in a shot of water and I have him swish it for a couple minutes and he swallows it.  We only do that a few times a week.  I
have him oil pull most nights when he is taking his shower.  Oil pulling is done w/ a tablespoon of safflower oil and you push and pull it around your mouth for 20 minutes and spit it out, rinse mouth, and brush teeth.  It stops his asthma in its tracks.  We are a family of 4
and we all have asthma and allergies. I seem to be the only one that has exercised induced and allergy induced asthma.  The whole family uses oils and oil pulls.

I oil pull every morning and then rinse, brush teeth, and then swish with On Guard and Melaleuca and swallow it.  Just went to the dentist and she was blown away at my gums.  I couldn't feel a thing and I told her she has a soft touch and she smiled and said thanks.  Then I asked do I have any bleeding?  She said not a drop and your gums are amazing.  Then I realized why I didn't feel anything:  On Guard, Melaleuca, and
Oil Pulling.  I was so excited because in April they wanted me to do a
deep cleaning and that scared me to death.  Gum disease runs in the
family and I am a stickler about my gum health but it had been a while since I had been to the dentist since we had moved twice in a year and went w/o health insurance for a while.  So I didn't have to do that horrible deep cleaning that they do!

Oil pulling also opens up your sinuses in less than 2 minutes.  After telling my 7yr old (who started when he was 6) that he is the King Oil Puller we have no problem with him doing it.  Flattery goes a long way with a 6 year old. lol. I don't have sinus troubles but for those that do, the ones I can convince to oil pull, sinus issues disapper.  Those that are interested in oil pulling should google it, you will be amazed.  And add our oils to the process and you have a powerful combo.  Another tip, if I'm tired in the middle of the day, I will oil pull and then swish with a little water and a few drops of Slim & Sassy and swallow.  Energy like you wouldn't believe.


Thank you who ever you are!  You are inspired!  You addressed a bunch of issues I've been wondering about!  I posted the question about asthma for my mother in law and in so doing got a wealth of information for me.  I learned about oil pulling a week ago when researching info on leukemia.  I decided to try it because I have periodontitis (mine is a hereditary issue too).  I too have BAD sinus problems so I figured I have NOTHING to loose and EVERYTHING to gain! (Like Pat says!)  I've been oil pulling with virgin coconut oil and On Guard 2X a day for a week now and so far my sinuses have not had any problems.  I can't wait to see my brother in law (my dentist) to see how my gums are doing.  Thanks for taking the time to share your experiences!  You made my day!

Thank you, Rebecca

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72 Essential oil uses, you've never thought of.
These  are Essenital oils uses that are odd, or you have likely never heard of before.


1)  Fruit or veggie wash

Add 3-5 drops of a citrus oil to 2qts - 1 gallon of water in a bowl, mix well, then use as a wash fruits and vegetables.  Dry well.  Will also help prevent premature molding or rotting. 


2)  Small cuts, scrapes

Believe it or not, Peppermint oil is soothing to open wounds, and is highly anti-bacterial.  Small cut and scrapes will feel better and heal quickly.  Apply or spray neat.


3)  Sunburn - Apply WHAT!!

Believe it or not, Peppermint oil is cooling and soothing to sunburns.  Make a spray and use neat or 5-10 drops in a few tbps's of distilled water.  It will help protect against infection, however, consider that lavender or frankincense has better healing properties for burns.  Apply lavender or frankincense then layer with peppermint spray to drive the oils and cool and comfort the skin.


4)  Poison Ivy, oak

Combine calamine lotion with peppermint (1tblsp with 5 drops) and apply to itchy area's.


5)  Thicker, fuller hair

Add 20-50 droops of Rosemary to shampoo &/or conditioner for thicker, fuller hair, and to slow thinning.  (Does not help re-grow hair)  And it smells wonderful, especially added to doTerra's hair care.


6)  Hiccups

Add 4-5 drops of Peppermint to 1-2 tbps of room temperature water in a small glass or shot glass.  Swig, and the hiccups will usually stop immediately.


7)  Hot tube rash

Apply clear skin or on guard neat to area's of hot tube rash.


8)  Hemorrhoids or backside & underside issues.

Hot sitz baths

A hot sitz bath is taken in warm water of 95 - 105 F / 35 - 41 C, with the water level not higher than your navel.  You can use a bath tube or large tub of some kind.  Mix 5-10 drops of essential oil with 1-2 tbps of coconut or other carrier oil.  Then add the oils to the water and agitate well.


Beneficial for:

  • hemorrhoids, piles
  • muscular issues
  • painful testicles
  • painful ovaries
  • uterine cramps
  • prostate issues


Consider; Cypress, deep blue, frankincense, helichrysum, etc.



9)  Cold sitz bath

In a cold sitz bath, water of only a few inches deep is used and should not be colder than 68 F / 20 C. A with the water level not higher than your navel.  You can use a bath tube or large tub of some kind.  Mix 5-10 drops of essential oil with 1-2 tbps of coconut or other carrier oil.  Then add the oils to the water and agitate well.


Beneficial for:

  • constipation
  • impotence
  • inflammation
  • vaginal discharge


Consider; Digest Zen, lavender, frankincense, geranium, helichrysum, rosemary, etc.


10)  Steam tent

Pour hot water into a bowl and add 5-10 drops of an essential oil to help clear sinus issues, ease bronchial issues and help relieve coughing.  Consider Breath, eucalyptus, citrus oils, rosemary, peppermint, melaleuca, etc.


11)  For serious sinus, cold and congestion issues

Neti pot


12)  For colds, flu, congestion, sore throat.

Essential oil tea



13)  Essential oils and Compresses 

Compresses are very effective in the application of essential oils.


14)  Carpet deodorizer

Take an cleaned out Pringles style can, use a hole punch to punch several holes in the lid.  Add 1 cup of baking soda and 20-40 drops of essential oil, mix well and put in the canister.  Sprinkle on carpet area's and let sit for up to 1/2 hour then vacuum.  Deodorizes, and kills microbes.  Consider Citrus oils or blends, purify, lavender, white fir, peppermint, etc.


15)  Butt Bomb

Have a cough or tickle deep in your lungs you cannot get rid of?  Essential oils can be  effective against virus deep in the lungs, if you can get them there.  Application to the back and chest followed by a warm compress is good, but if you want the quickest most effective way to the lungs, consider a "butt bomb." (as my children so affectionately refer)  Insert, using a lubricated syringe or capsule a blend of 5 drops frankincense, 5 drops breathe and 5 drops lime.    Insert every 2-3 hours till relief comes.


16)  Vacuum fresh filter

Have a HEAPA or other filtered vacuum?  Put a few drops of your favorite oil on the filter and pop it back in.  Air flowing through the filter dispels amazing aroma throughout the room, and kills any nasty microbes or bacteria that might be hanging out in your vacuum.


17)  Tupperware yellowing

Often older Tupperware and plastics will begin to yellow and get sticky to the touch.  Use a drop of lemon and a drop of on guard with a nylon scrubber and a hot water rinse, and they will be just like new.


18)  The Big Day

Put 4-6 drops of Serenity, Balance or another calming oil on a cotton ball a place it in the center of a bride's bouquet.  Any time she feels nervous or anxiety, impatience, etc... smell the bouquet deeply.


19)  Scuff Marks

Ugly black rubber can leave marks on vinyl, tile, wood, even car plastics and vinyl's.  Lemon oil and Peppermint are both excellent at removing these marks.  Every oil is better with different types of marks.  So if one does not work, try the other.  Apply directly to the scuff, and then rub it with a towel or cloth. 


20)  Tiny little splinters

Have you or someone you know come in contact with wood products that produce tiny little splinters?  Apply purify to these area's 2-3 times prior to bed time, by morning most of  them will have worked themselves out.  It will prevent infection and soreness to the area too.


21)  Band Aid Goo.

Have you ever taken a band aid off and have sticky band aid goo residue?  2 drops of lemon oil rubbed on the area with a clean cloth will quickly remove the sticky residue.


22)  Oh no!  My Iron!

Ever had an accident with a hot iron that left melted residue to seemingly ruin your iron?  Try 1 drop each of On guard and lemon and rub with a cloth or rag.  With some rubbing, your iron will be like new.


23)  Permanent Marker (Child art)

Permanent marker is no match against a couple drops of lemon oil and some elbow grease.


24)  Foot powder, Stinky Feet

Add 15 drops of peppermint and 10 drops of Melaleuca to cup of corn starch and mix well in an empty mini can of Pringles.  Then punch several holes in the plastic lid so it can be used as a shaker.  Apply in socks or shoes before getting dressed.  Replace the lid with holes with an airtight lid to keep the mixture fresh and usable.


25)  Cool feet

Add a few drops of peppermint to the souls of your shoes on a hot day or before a walk or run to keep your feet cool, and to help with unpleasant odors.  Add a few drops of Cypress if your feet sweat a lot.



26)  Cooling spay.

Working hard on a hot, sweaty day?  How about an athlete burning calories during a hard practice, workout or game.  Maybe you're just a spectator in the hot sweltering stands.  Get a spray bottle and add 10-20 drops of peppermint to a - 1 cup of water and use as a cooling spray to the face, neck and base of the scull.  Not only is it cooling, but also invigorating.


27)  Sticky stickers.

Ever want to meet the guy who decided to put individual price stickers on the bottom of every glass or cup in a dark alley?  Instead of getting even, get a solution.   Let a drop or two of lemon absorb onto the sticker for a few moments, then wipe clean.


28)  Super-glue

Super-glue is no match for lemon oil.  Especially if it has not set up for long, just a drop at points of contact and in a minute, it will become super-un-glued.


29)  Paint mistakes and over-spay.

Lemon is extremely effective at removing over spray or painting mistakes.  Especially if the paint has not hardened or set for long. 


30)  Spritz for hotel beds/room

Take a small spray bottle and add cup of distilled water and 10-20 drops of Essential oil.  Spray around hotels rooms, including bed sheets and bathrooms, rental cars, or other areas to kill microbes and deodorize the area.


31)  Laundry

Kill microbes, germs, and other nasty critters in your laundry by adding 5 drops of melaleuca or on guard to your wash cycle.



32)  Spritz before ironing

Want to add some fantastic aroma to a freshly pressed shirt?  Add a couple drops of your favorite oil or blend to your water spritzer before pressing. 


33)  Add 10-20 drops of Lemon to your dishwasher's rinse cycle for spot free dishes.


34)  DVD-CD Cleaning

Did you know that lemon oil is great at cleaning DVD's and CD's and will even remove light scratches that could be causing playback problems.  Apply 3-5 drops on the surface of the disk, spread around the surface with a soft Kleenex or paper towel.   Then wipe from the center of the disk to the outside edge till the oil is evaporated. If there are heavy scratches, you can leave the essential oil on the disc surface for a minute or two before wiping off.  Caution: If you use to much oil, with out wiping off, it can eat through the outer surface to the written data.



35)  Boost that immune system

Did you know that flavoring water with your favorite citrus oil will greatly boost your immune system.  Fight of cold and flu attacks, and reduce their severity by having a drop or two in every glass of water you drink.  And always drink a lot of water. Favorites:  Lemon, Lime, Grapefruit.


36)  Boost that immune system II

Did you know that daily "oil pulling" or "gargle and swish" will not only greatly boost your immune system, but will clean your mouth of microbes and germs  and protect against gingivitis?  Use 3-5 drops of on-guard in 1-2 tblsp of water, gargle for 60 seconds then swish around the mouth for 90 seconds or more, then spit and brush.  For more information on the Oil Pull, follow the link.


37)  Grease cutter
Orange oil is well-known for its use as a cleaning agent to help break down grease and gum.


38)  Gum

Use lemon or Orange oil to remove gum from carpet, hair or Fido's fur.


39)  Mechanics and Grease Monkeys

Cypress essential oil is often used to clean under fingernails and to dissolve old metallic paint from radiators in the home.


40)  Dryer

To create great smelling laundry, apply a few drops of your favorite essential oil to a wash cloth and add to the laundry during drying.  If you don't want use anti-cling sheets, but have problems with static electricity, remove your load while still slightly damp.  This will also kill any microbes in your laundry or dryer.


41)  Infused Milks or Creams
Infuse your milk or cream with lavender, lemon or orange.  Great for creating sauces, Farces, Purees, Icings and Creamers.


42)  Child Tantrums

Take a childs favorite stuffed animal and put of few drops of their favorite oil on it.  During tantrums, let the child hold and smell the animal.  The aroma will be calming.  Consider: Citrus oils, balance or serenity.  Every child is different, find the oil that best calms him/her.



43)  Anxiety

Try putting 5 drops of Essential oil on your palm, then rubbing it over your chest and heart, the cup and inhale your hands.  This will help relieve anxiety or angina.  Consider: Peppermint, Cypress, Marjoram, and Frankincense.



44)  Breath freshener?

Put a drop peppermint on your hand between the base of your thumb and index finger and take the drop into your mouth, holding under your tongue.  The peppermint will freshen breath for 10-15 min.


45)  Stay Awake

Put 5 drops of Peppermint on the palm of your hand and rub the back of your neck and base of the skull.  Then cup and inhale the residue from your hand.  You will feel the cooling effects of the peppermint in about 30-60 seconds.  It will make you more alert and help you wake up or stay awake.  Great if you have trouble getting up in the mornings or if you get drowsy easily in meetings, at the office or behind the wheel.


46)  Toothpicks/Kick the habits

Flavored toothpicks are not only fun to chew on, but for people trying to kick the smoking habit, or have a need for mouth fixations i.e. loosing weight, chewing habit, etc. They don't add calories and they help satisfy the oral fixations.

Make highly concentrated flavored toothpicks by putting 10-20 drops of essential oil in a small vile with 10-20 toothpicks in it.  Shake well, the let them sit (on its side) for at least 24 hours, turning (rotating) every few hours.  Favorite oils are Cinnamon or Peppermint. Consider adding clove to help with addictions. (use caution with "hot" oils)


46)  Towel Joy

Make a spray with cup of distilled water and 10-20 drops of your favorite essential oil.  Spay your bath towel just before getting into the shower.  When you get out, enjoy the aroma of a fresh, essentially treated towel.



47)  Leather conditioner

Mix 10 drops of essential oil with cup of neat's-foot oil or food grade lanoline oil then spray and wipe leather surfaces to condition leather and protect from cracking.


48)  Relax the Spirit

Try a blend of 2 drops each of Frankincense and Peppermint or Frankincense and Cypress to the back of the neck to ease and relax a restless spirit.


49)  Flavored Ice Cubes

Make flavored Ice cubes for lemonade, water, or punch by adding a drop of essential oil to your ice tray.


50)  Bed time for Baby

Place a few drops of serenity, lavender or other calming oil on your baby's blanket or stuffed animal, and let the aroma do its work at bed or nap time.


55)  Flavored Cream Cheese

Cream cheese and essential oil mix very well, and can be sweetened with honey or sugar.  Let you imagination go after that!


56)  Diffuse

Have you tried to diffuse...

Cassia... helps with awareness, mental acuity

Lemon... aids in concentration

On Guard or Eucalyptus... Boost the immune system, Kill flu and cold virus

Balance... While balancing the checkbook or having serious conversations.

Citrus oils... Make you happy!

Cinnamon, Clove, Ginger, Wild Orange or White fir... to bring in the Christmas spirit.


57)  Want stronger, healthier fingernails?

Massage a drop of lemon oil into your nails and cuticles twice a week.


58)  Mental Acuity

Research in Japan confirms that lemon aroma relaxes brain waves, resulting in improved concentration and reduced errors in office environments thus increasing productivity.


59)  Mental Clarity

Got Brain Fog?  Try sucking your thumb... with a drop of Melissa on it.  Brain Power!


60)  Pet Powder

Don't enjoy that 'wet dog' smell?  Try this non-toxic powder.

1 Cup Corn Starch

5 drops Lavender

5 drops Geranium

4 drops Eucalyptus

Mix well, and keep in a small Pringles can with several holes in the top.  Sprinkle a small amount on your dog or pet gorilla and brush through the coat.  Will not only smell great, but repels ticks and other pests.


Use after bathing, trimming or when needed.  Keep airtight between uses.


61)  Book worm Aromas

Put a couple drops of Geranium on your book mark of your romance novel.  Try cinnamon book marks for your action novel, clove on your mystery novel or frankincense or Vetiver for your scriptures or holy scripts.


62)  Stationary Sensations

Put a couple drops of Geranium on your love letter stationary.  Infuse stationary for religious conversation with frankincense or Vetiver.  Try cinnamon & Frankincense blend for your financial letters.  Infuse stationary for dear friends or happy announcements with lemon and lavender, and for stationeries used for tough love, and serious communication, use Patchouli & Clove.


Put the oils on a small piece of paper, put it in a large zip lock bag with the stationary or envelope, and then seal it for 24 hours to infuse the stationary.  Or you can send the small piece of aroma paper in the envelope with the letter.


63)  Man up Fragrance

"Man up" Whisper essential oil blend by adding a drop of clove, Vetiver or frankincense to a drop or two of whisper.


64)  Sensual

A couple drops of Peppermint with some carrier increases blood circulation, making area's more sensitive.


65)  Flavored Water

Add 1-3 drops of essential oil to your drinking water.  Consider Lemon, Lime, Grapefruit, peppermint, slim and sassy, etc. Cleanses, refreshes, kills microbes.

Why are lemon slices nasty?


66)  Flavored Milk

Ever tried Lemon or Lime essential oil in your milk?   You might be surprised.


67)  Wake up your potpourri

Liven up old potpourri that has lost it's aroma by mixing 5-10 drops of your favorite essential oil(s) to 2 tblsp of grapeseed oil then mixing with the potpourri.


68)  Fireplace or Campfire Joy

Place several drops of frankincense or Vetiver on a log and place in the fire for an enhanced earthy aroma.


69)   Fear of Flying? 

Have a hanky available, and place Lavender, Balance, Serenity or other calming oil in it.  During times of anxiety, inhale the aroma in your hanky.


70)  Air filter Fumes

Every time you change the air filters in your home, place a few drops of on guard or other essential oil on the filter.  It will kill microbes in your duct work, and make your home smell wonderful for a short time.


71)  Suspect parasites & worms?

Do you suspect unwanted travelers with you?  Deep inside you?  Drink Lemon water several times per day for two weeks, see what happens!!


72)  Shot glass & Essential oils

Top uses of a shot glass and essential oils.

8 Tips for keeping the flu  out of your home.sick

Daily (during flu season) routines:

  • Gargle then mouth swish, then brush and spit 2 tbsp of water with 4-5 drops of on guard.

  • Drink at least 32 ounces of water during the day with 1-2 drops of lemon per 8 oz of water.

  • Wipe down surfaces in living area's using a spray with 20 drops of On Guard, Lemon or Purify to every 8 oz of water.

  • Massage 2 drops of On Guard on the bottoms of your feet before putting on your shoes.

  • Diffuse On Guard or another essential oil in your most used living area's.

  • Spritz you bed with an essential oil before bed time.

  • Begin a flu protocol the moment you feel any symptoms.

  • Eat well, take extra vitamin D, and your wellness vitality  pack.
Everyting Doterra Logo~Continuing Education~
We are continuing our conference call essential oils education!!  This Tuesday, November 2 at 10:00 am MDT, join Wendy James and Dr. Susan Lawton as we discuss Rosemary! 

Rosemary is a powerful essential oil.  We are excited to talk more about it's uses. 

For those of you that cannot be on the call, it will be recorded and archived links can be found at

Conference dial-in number: (323) 843-0075

Participant access code: 775330

Playback number: (323) 927-0075

We hope this issue has been useful.  Our November business building newsletter will be next.

We love you all!!  Happy Oiling!


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