Should you ingest essential oils?

CEO, Adam Wilkinson, discusses the most controversial topic about whether you should or should not ingest essential oils. This is the best-researched video with the latest scientific studies discussing the topic to help keep you and your family safe. Join in the free learning fun by sharing your experiences with essential oils in the comments.

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JUMP GUIDE (find the topic you’re interested in at these time marks)
1. Dangers & Injury Reports [Time 3:02]
2. Oils You Should Never Ingest [Time 8:55]
3. The Case For Ingestion [Time 9:50]
4. When You Might Want To Ingest [Time 13:35]
5. The Questions To Ask Before Ingesting [Time 16:45]
6. The DO’s & The DONT’s of Ingesting [Time 17:59]

Here are the research links mentioned in the video.

Information from and Clinical Toxicologist Rose Ann Gould Soloway:

Latest compiled reported injuries from essential oils:

The Atlantic Institute and Aromatherapy United are working together to compile and report injuries from essential oils. Help us keep our community safe by reporting any personal injuries from essential oils at:

Interview with Robert Tisserand regarding the ingestion of essential oils:

The National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy’s statement on safety of essential oils:

FDA Gras List:

Details on research and how the GRAS was formed:

Studies on ingesting citrus oils containing d-Limonene, perillic acid, and the effects on the body:

Studies on children ingesting Peppermint essential oil to relieve Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS):

Citrus oils can treat gastric disorders

Lavender essential oil for neurological conditions, anxiety, and sleep

Turmeric essential oil for arthritis