Norwegians are at the top of the world when it comes to the number of toxins in their blood. When we take blood samples of both men, women, and children, we find on average between 200 and 400 different toxins in the blood, compared to 6-7 different substances 60 years ago. They also found the same toxins in the umbilical cord of children, as in the mother, who has thus transferred substances from her body to the child. This increase is dramatic, and we cannot possibly know the consequences this has for our health.

We find toxins and pollutants everywhere. In the make-up, the skin and hair products you apply every day and the detergents you use at home. In the wrapping paper of the food you eat, and not least in the food and drink in the form of additives and pesticides. In the clothes and shoes you wear, in the paint in the children’s room, in children’s toys, in painkillers and other medicines eaten daily by many and, in the air you breathe

Many essential oils have cleansing properties and support the body’s natural detoxification processes. In addition, living a poison-reduced lifestyle will be preventative.