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Nope. Actually, please see linked letter below from FDA to DoTerra about their "claims" and what their ingredients actually are for.

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Posted on Dec 01, 2014

  • james gabbard ii Dec 01, 2014

    Correction: DoTerra IS FDA approved, but under the recommendation of a doctor's prescription



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