According to Wikipedia the Distributor has faced multiple allegations over the years. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued an FDA Warning Letter to doTerra in 2014 for violating the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act by marketing products as possible treatments or cures for various conditions including Ebola, cancer, and autism. Additionally, some distributors have made claims about the benefits of essential oils for air purification and protecting against the health effects of smoke. Reports have also emerged about distributors making false claims related to COVID-19 and exaggerated earnings. In 2020, the Federal Trade Commission warned doTerra to stop making unfounded health claims. Furthermore, doTerra’s frankincense supplier, Asli Maydi, has been accused of sexual abuse, poor pay, and unhealthy work conditions by more than a dozen women, with reports that the abuse continued after victims contacted doTerra.
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