What is ParaFree?
ParaFree is a softgel that is formulated to cleanse the body and support the gut. It contains very concentrated amounts of essential oils like cumin, thyme, clove, anise, fennel, vetiver, bay laurel, ocotea, patchouli, and lemongrass (just to name a few). What’s more is this supplement is unique to Young Living because it contains dorado azul from our farm in Ecuador. No other company offers this essential oil.
How do I take ParaFree?
To use ParaFree, take 3 softgels twice daily. It is also best to take this supplement on a cycle: take it for 21 days and rest for seven days. repeat cycle up to three times. This cyclic approach is suggested because when we support our gut health, that the gut often needs time to recoup. You can get a higher impact when you target different stages in a life cycle. For maximum results, take Parafree on an empty stomach. Some people cannot tolerate the assertiveness of the essential oils, so they choose to take it with food.
Who should take ParaFree?
ParaFree is a great supplement for anyone looking for extra support for the gut. First, start with dietary enzymes such as Essentialzyme and a probiotic like Life 9. If you still want additional support, add ParaFree.
Are there any precautions?
ParaFree is labeled for use in children and adults older than 12 years old. Women who are pregnant or nursing should collaborate with their health care provider and feel confident about ingesting all of the essential oils in ParaFree before starting.
There are some theoretical drug interactions to consider. Eugenol (the primary constituent in clove essential oil) may induce drug metabolizing enzymes CYP1A1/2 and CYP2B1/2. α-pinene (found in nutmeg essential oil) may induce CYP4A2. Inducing enzymes increases the risk that the drug levels in the body will go down. Peppermint oil may inhibit CYP3A4 which increases the risk that drug levels will go up. Talk to your pharmacist about how your medicines are metabolized and know the signs and symptoms of medication side effects before starting.
The most common side effect from ParaFree is burping. If this happens to you, be sure to take it with food.
ParaFree does contain tilapia and carp, so avoid if you are allergic to these ingredients.
For more education about ParaFree, check out this product video.