I was given "The Melaleuca Wellness Guide" by a friend who thought I might be interested in their products. I am a registered nurse with over 19 years of clinical experience and I am astounded at the sheer amount of BS contained in this book.
I would be sued for malpractice if I were to pass this crap on to my patients, seriously. There is misinformation, obfuscation, fear-mongering, and downright medical nonsense cover to cover. I really fear for the lives of people who believe this company has any kind of medical authority or interest in their well-being - they are clearly into it for their own bottom line.
There isn't a medical study quoted which is less than 20 years old and the disclaimer at the bottom of each page should be a HUGE red flag to anyone with half a brain. Just for *** and giggles check out the Better Business Bureau's 117 complaints with this company over the past year alone.
User's recommendation: People, please, get your medical advice from trusted sources, eg, the NIH, CDC, John Hopkins, Mayo Clinic, even Web MD which is written by physicians. Wear your masks, wash your hands, social distance, and get your kids vaccinated.