I like Tupperware, and Tupperware in my opinion pays for itself over and over and over again. And I didn’t buy mine from Target. i bought mine from a “pyramid scheme.” I do use dōTERRA products because I saw them work for my mother when nothing else worked. AND I saw them work in comparison to the medicines she was put on at the doctor’s office and in the hospital that threw her into diabetes and high blood pressure and gout. And she didn’t really need to be on those meds in the first place. But there are bad reactions to many of the products that our FDA approves and uplifts. You think cigarette companies are in it to help us out? They’re not in it for the billions and billions??? Where is anything in your article and argument about FDA certification? I don’t trust the FDA as far as I can throw my house. I prefer to use what works, and doesn’t cause side effects that cause the medicine companies to get even richer. And I feel dōTerra is worth the cost. I mean, we pay for health insurance but that health insurance said my mom’s medicines were acceptable, and those same meds drove her to have to get other medicines to counteract the ones she was already on, and then that medicine caused more problems in addition, and then the three meds didn’t work well together and caused other issues, and she was sick for years in a row… Then the amazing happened. One garage sale to pick up an old door, someone that thought they had something for that…One year on certain dōTERRA essential oils and blends (diffused, ingested, applied topically) and she hasn’t been sick once in that year. And other beneficial side effects came about as well…multiples. Not even trying to “fix” those things. My sister began using it for her issues and immediately there were results. Her children, who have pretty severe asthma and allergies to so many things in our food products and in nature, are now using certain – yes, certain…common sense rules for some people) dōTERRA essential oils, mostly topically, but a couple by diffusing and one by ingestion, and they are making strides where the medicines weren’t.
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