episode 21: legal tips for selling essential oils

Essential oils can be powerful and magical tools for healing. When it comes to selling essential oils, they can add value to your business as a naturopath, massage therapist, spiritual healer, health coach – and more. But, as you share the benefits of essential oils, you want to stay safe and not cross lines into making medical claims.

In this episode, you’ll learn 4 legal tips to reduce your risk and 5 words to avoid as you share and sell essential oils with clients SAFELY.

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in this episode you’ll learn:

  • 5 words to avoid using when talking about essential oils.
  • How to share the benefits of essential oils safely.  
  • If you can share your own story and experience with using essential oils.
  • What you can tell people about essential oils that won’t get you into trouble.
  • Why I align talking about essential oils safely with the root chakra.



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