Using essential oils is said to be one of the healthiest ways to experience the benefits of a variety of plants, herbs, and spices… but are they always safe to use?
Everything from the Bible to modern medical research proves these completely natural isolated plant compounds can work wonders on our health.
Hundreds of clinical studies show essential oils can play a big part in helping us manage health issues such as:
- Blood sugar issues 1
- Low immunity 2
- Joint pain 3
- Burn Fat 4
- Migraines 5
- Brain fog 6
- Depression 7
- Anxiety 8
It’s easy to come to the conclusion that a natural plant oil could be used however you see fit, like olive oil or vegetable oil.
However, plants are powerful– and when they’re concentrated, they’re even more powerful!
This is especially true if you’re using them topically on your skin or cooking with them.
In fact, some essential oils are not safe to use topically or cook with, and all oils must be used according to safety guidelines to avoid toxic reactions.
When cooking, each oil has a “culinary dosage” that must be adhered to, and if the wrong amount is used, you could end up with serious health issues such as,
- Rashes Rashes
- Acid reflux
That’s why before using any recipe with essential oils, you need to understand exactly how much of each oil is safe, or else you’re putting your health– and your family’s health– at risk.
Labels claiming your oils are “organic”, “pure”, or “therapeutic grade” should not be accepted as fact. The essential oil industry is taking on a language of its own purely for the sake of marketing.
Unfortunately, even expensive essential oils marketed as “high quality” options are still exposed to harmful pesticides and other chemicals before they were harvested and distilled.11
When you try to save a buck on low-quality oils, you’re pouring concentrated chemicals right into your family’s food and personal care products– or inhaling them right into your system.
Even though most essential oil recipes only require a small amount of oil for powerful flavor and benefits, they’re unsafe to consume without a carrier oil.
Carrier oils are quite literally any other oil, like coconut oil or olive oil, that “carries” the essential oil in your body. They dilute the essential oil, making it safe to apply topically or ingest. Without it, you risk irritating your skin or your gastrointestinal tract, and can even inflict permanent damage.12
Any of these mistakes can quickly turn this ancient, health-boosting practice into a major health risk…
If you’re worried about how this could affect your health and your family’s health in years to come… you’re right to be concerned.
And since you found this page, now you can learn how easy it is to clean up your family’s entire lifestyle– from the food they eat to the shampoo they use– and start protecting their health today.
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