The story behind these popular “Doterra” oil and water products is that they are created by “teak” and “oak oil” companies.
The term “doserra” is a combination of the Greek words “deterra” meaning “oil” and the Latin word “toterra”, meaning “to dig.”
The “Doserra Oil” and its sister product, “Dorerra Water” are also made from the same source: the “teake” plant.
The company behind these “doderra” products claims that they have “the best properties” and are “perfect for the purpose of the health care industry.”
They claim that “these oils are non-irritating and do not taste like alcohol, so you can take it anywhere without feeling bad about it.”
But a number of health experts have expressed concerns about the long-term effects of using these “Doderra Oil & Water” products.
Dr. Mark A. Lutwidgeon, a professor of integrative medicine at the University of California, San Diego, said that while these products have been “proven” to be safe and effective, he believes that there is more to them than meets the eye.
“The fact is that these products are not approved for human use, and they don’t contain the most potent and stable form of doderra,” he told Newsweek.
“The main concern I have is that the ‘doserras’ are not FDA-approved for human consumption.”
Dr. William S. Davis, a cardiologist at the Cleveland Clinic, added that he has not seen evidence that “Doorway Oil” is FDA-approved for human or veterinary use.
“I would not recommend these products to patients, and I think that consumers need to be aware that they should not use these products as a substitute for the use of alternative therapies for chronic illnesses,” Davis told Newsweek in an email.
Dr Mary Ellen Clark, an associate professor of medicine at New York University School of Medicine, said in an interview with the Daily Beast that she believes that the Doterra Oil and Water products are “inappropriate for use in humans.”
“The company is marketing these products on the basis that they’re the best available form of oil and they’re effective, but I have not seen any studies to support that claim,” Clark told Newsweek.
“The products have not been FDA-tested, so we don’t know if they are safe or effective,” she added.
“If I were a consumer, I’d look for a more effective alternative.
And it’s important to note that if you don’t use these oils, you could end up with a heart attack, stroke, or other serious health issue.”
Lutwige’s comments come as the Obama administration is under intense scrutiny for its failure to protect the health of Americans from the coronavirus pandemic.
The White House has been under fire for failing to prevent the spread of the virus to people in the U.S. before the pandemic began.
A number of public health experts, including the Food and Drug Administration, have accused the administration of ignoring the risk posed by coronaviruses.
But Lutwaridgeon has also defended the company, saying that he believes “the products are safe and they are effective.”
“Doserras are a safe, low-cost, and effective treatment option for the chronic illnesses that afflict millions of Americans,” Lutwin said.
“And if we don, it’s our fault, because it’s the Obama Administration’s fault.
The president has not provided adequate information and resources to protect people from the pandemics.””
We know that these are safe, effective, and well-tolerated, and this is why they are on the shelves,” Luts said.”
If they were FDA-allowed, these would be on the market,” he added.