What does Doterra DDR Prime stand for?
If you’ve been wondering what DDR stands for it’s Damaged DNA Repair. The essential oils in the DDR Prime blend include Clove, Thyme, and Wild Orange essential oils providing powerful antioxidants that help protect against oxidative stress.
What is DDR Prime oil good for?
This blend of oils protects against oxidative stress, Clove, Thyme, Litsea, and Wild Orange are all components of DDR Prime and provide powerful antioxidants. It’s also supportive to the health of the brain and nervous system, use DDR Prime as daily overall wellness support.
When should I use DDR Prime?
DDR Prime Softgels are easy to swallow and provide an easy and convenient method for consuming DDR Prime essential oil blend, anytime, anywhere. Take two softgels daily with meal (may be taken one each, morning and evening).
Where do I put DDR Prime?
How to Take DDR Prime. Add one to two drops of DDR Prime to citrus drinks, teas, or water, and consume daily to protect the body and cells from oxidative stress. This product is safe to consume daily.
Can you put DDR Prime under your tongue?
DDR prime is one of the blends that we highly recommend for daily usage. You can make your own veggie cap with three drops of DDR prime in it or you can take three drops internally right under your tongue, and now there are soft gels, which, the soft gels are already pre-made for you which are wonderful as well.
What oils are in DDR Prime?
DDR Prime includes Frankincense, Wild Orange, Litsea, Thyme, Clove, Summer Savory, Niaouli, and Lemongrass essential oils, shown in studies to promote a healthy response to free-radicals while supporting healthy cellular function.
What is DDR oil?
Ingredients. Frankincense Resin, Wild Orange Peel, Litsea Fruit, Thyme Leaf, Clove Bud, Summer Savory Plant, Niaouli Leaf, and Lemongrass Leaf essential oils.
What is the purpose of burning frankincense?
Burning frankincense (resin from the Boswellia plant) activates poorly understood ion channels in the brain to alleviate anxiety or depression. This suggests that an entirely new class of depression and anxiety drugs might be right under our noses.