Twelve Stones Health & Wellness Podcast

05 Ingesting Plant Juice, Is It Safe?

June 01, 2020 Christen Season 1 Episode 5
Twelve Stones Health & Wellness Podcast
05 Ingesting Plant Juice, Is It Safe?
Show Notes

Today we are going to talk about a highly debated topic. Is it safe to ingest essential oils? I have heard so many conflicting opinions on this topic, and a quick google search will have you so confused you will probably throw all of this healthy living stuff right out the door in frustration! Please, I urge you my friend, do not google to find out if something is safe. Use credible sources to find your information; read, learn, and then make your own educated decisions. The information in this episode is simply my opinion based on loads of research and personal experience. I do encourage you to remember that your body is different from mine, so you will need to do what works best for you. Sometimes, the hardest part about healing our bodies naturally is that there is truly no prescriptive method that works for everyone. You do need to try a few things and see what will work best for you.

Products Featured on Today’s Broadcast

Essential oils

  • Rosemary Vitality
  • Rosemary
  • Peppermint


  • Vegetable capsules 

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