Reduce Toxic Load


What is Toxic Load?

A toxin is any substance that places undue stress on the body. The sum of these substances, accumulated within your body, and the burden they place on vital organs at any given time is referred to as your toxic load.

We’re exposed to countless toxins every day with everything we do, from sources we may not even be aware of. Every breath, every bite, every minute under the sun—they all introduce you to substances and chemicals (natural or synthetic) that can negatively impact your health. Your lungs, digestive tract, and skin are the most vulnerable pathways. Your health truly manifests itself from the inside out.

While a healthy diet, regular exercise, and proper stress management are self-explanatory foundations of a health-promoting lifestyle, minimizing your toxic load can be just as important. The proper functioning of your vital organs and the minimization of toxic load can influence your health as much as any other controllable factor.

How Do I Reduce My Toxic Load?

Fortunately, your body has a number of different defense mechanisms that protect these vital body systems. It starts with the mucous membranes that line your nose, mouth, and throat, which are meant to trap foreign particles. Inside your digestive tract resides trillions of microorganisms—probiotics—that maintain digestive efficiency and support our immune system’s ability to respond to toxic threats. Finally, the liver and kidneys serve to identify and eliminate toxic substances from your blood.

When functioning properly, your body is an incredibly efficient toxic load–minimizing machine. The key to maintaining these protective mechanisms and internal organs is threefold: minimizing exposure, supporting vital organs, and protecting processes with a healthy diet and regular detoxification.

Reducing Toxic Load to Stay Strong All Season

Green cleaning and natural household products help minimize exposure. Periodic internal cleansing and a healthy gut also help manage your toxic load. Exercise and proper diet are hugely helpful.

Like good health, minimizing your toxic load requires a holistic approach. In turn, it’ll have a holistic effect on your life. Reducing your toxic load can affect all areas of your health and life, helping you stay strong all season.

Consider trying some of the following products to help you stay strong all season:


Purify

Pure-fection in a bottle

  • Add a few drops of Purify essential oil blend to a diffuser to purify and freshen the air.
  • Add five drops of Purify to a small spray bottle with water and use it to wipe down countertops.
  • Add three drops of Purity to your air filter to help purify the air in your home.

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Tea Tree

Make surfaces sparkle

  • Add a few drops of Tea Tree essential oil to a spray bottle with water and use it on surfaces as a cleansing and purifying agent.
  • Keep your yoga mat clean with this DIY yoga mat spray, using Tea Tree and Lavender.
  • Diffuse Tea Tree throughout the home to help purify and freshen the air.

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Bergamot

Purity powerhouse

  • Diffuse Bergamot essential oil to purify and cleanse the air in your home or at the office.
  • Make your own handwash with this DIY foaming hand soap recipe.
  • When you’re in a hurry, add a few drops of Bergamot to a rag and wipe down surfaces in your home.

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Laurel Leaf

Emerge victorious

  • Use Laurel Leaf essential oil as a natural surface cleaner. Pair with Lemon for extra power and a unique aroma.
  • Create a refreshing and cleansing facial by putting a few drops of Laural Leaf in a bowl of steaming hot water. Drape a towel over your head, lean your face over the bowl, and inhale.

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Yellow Mandarin

Light, clean, and bright

  • Take Yellow Mandarin essential oil internally as part of a natural cleanse.*
  • Diffuse Yellow Mandarin for a bright, energetic scent and enjoy its refreshing and purifying properties for the air.

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* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.