Essential Oils: Ancient Medicine (10 Remedies) by Dr. Josh Axe, Jordan Rubin, & Ty Bollinger ‐ [REVIEW]

SYNOPSIS

Ancient Remedies for Your Everyday Life! In a world where medicine cabinets are packed full of prescription medications and synthetic drugs—with lists of dangerous side effects longer than benefits—it’s time to discover a superior alternative with thousands of years of historical backing and current scientific review.


Three leading names in the natural health world have joined forces to bring you Essential Oils: Ancient Medicine for the Modern World, your guide to a powerful form of plant-based medicine that can help take the health of your family to new heights.

With this user-friendly handbook, you will learn everything you need to know about essential oils and receive practical instruction on how to use them effectively so you can start enjoying their benefits now.

This book will help accomplish three key objectives You will:
• Be educated on what essentials oil are and why they are so powerful.
• Feel empowered to use essential oils safely and effectively to enrich your health and your family’s health.
• Get equipped to start enjoying the multiple benefits of essential oils in your everyday life: from treating cuts, scratches and stuffy noses to providing chemical-free personal care, household cleaning and natural pet care.

If you are ready to experience more energy, better health, enhanced brain function, balanced hormones, improved digestion, a boosted immune system, reduced emotional stress, and an overall higher quality of life, get ready to start using these ancient medicines in your modern life!

REVIEW


I received this book FREE from the author, publisher, distributor, or other source. My only obligation is to provide a fair and honest review.

First, I’m not advocating for or against the use of essential oils.

That being said this “excerpt” does a good job of introducing the reader to the authors and the historical significance of essential oils

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