DDR Prime – Uses, Benefits, and more.

What in the world is DDR Prime for? You probably hear lots of your friends saying things that sounds fantastic but still don’t quite answer your questions. Your friends say things like:

DDR Prime does BIG things.

DDR Prime is Amazing.

Or you should try DDR Prime, just try it.

But why?

It’s definitely not easy to navigate your way through all the compliant-speak. (ahem, reminds me of George Orwell’s Double Speak). Well, I have to be compliant here – so no worries…but do know that DDR Prime really does big and beautiful things – and yes it’s absolutely worth trying.

I didn’t start taking DDR Prime consistently until I started to consistently scan for it. I don’t have anything “wrong” with me physically – so I assumed there was no way I needed it. But then I started to research the emotional needs related to DDR Prime and I think that adding it to my supplemental schedule was the right move.

Let’s break down a few of the amazing things that DDR Prime can do.

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DDR Prime (Cellular Complex)

First, let’s talk about what is in DDR Prime.

Main Ingredients:

DDR Prime is chock-full of amazing CPTG Essential Oils. Check it out.

Frankincense:

Frankincense is known as the King of Oils for good reason. There was definitely a reason that it was a gift to the Christ-child from the wise men. This oil is so much more than just a perfume. I actually wrote a whole blog post on Frankincense. Check it out here. But what’s amazing about Frankincense is that it promotes a healthy response to free radicals.*

doterra frankincense uses

Wild Orange:

I love Wild Orange. We might use this oil more than any other citrus oil. And the only oils to beat this oil in which one we use the most often is probably the Lavender and Serenity – and that’s because we use those every night in our kid’s bedrooms to help with sleep. Anyways, back to Wild Orange, it’s a diverse essential oil that does a lot – but it’s in DDR Prime because of it’s ability to support a healthy cellular response.

doterra wild orange uses

Lemongrass:

Sadly, Lemongrass is not something we use a whole lot in our home. I need to fix that. I tend to get stuck in the same top ten oils and forget (ahem, get lazy) to branch out. But I keep learning more and more about the oils and I’m shocked by how amazing some of these essential oils – ones that I wrote off as “basic.” Dumb me. Lemongrass is an amazing versatile oil and it’s in the DDR Prime blend mostly because of it’s ability to help our bodies protect itself against environmental threats.* Hello, I have two toddlers in the house – why am I not using this oil more often??? You know how many snotty noses I wipe a day? I think I need more Lemongrass in my life.

Thyme:

Thyme is not just for your Italian dishes. No way – so much more than that. It’s great for it’s cleansing and purifying properties for the skin but also for supporting a healthy immune system. It’s in this product for it’s broad-spectrum activity in promoting immunity and cellular health.*

Summer Savory:

Supports healthy response to oxidative stress* <<did you know this? I didn’t. Cool. I’ll take some of that please!!!

Clove:

Clove is a pretty cool one. You’ve probably heard of it and the first thing you think of is how its helps support oral health. But did you also know that it’s great for it’s powerful antioxidant properties?*

Learn more about Clove essential oil here!

Niaouli:

And Niaouli supports cellular immunity*

Key Benefits

You know the main ingredients in DDR Prime now but what does it do as a full system? Let’s check it out:

  • Promotes a healthy response to free-radicals.*
  • Supports healthy cellular integrity.*
  • Pairs well with Fractionated Coconut Oil for a soothing topical massage.
  • Add one to two drops to citrus drinks, tea, or water and consume daily to protect the body and cells from oxidative stress.*
  • Provides important antioxidant benefits.*

Want more information? Check out the product information page!

13 Responses

  1. Thanks so much for the catch!! I wrote this post while sitting in the airport on the way to a conference – and apparently it shows! I appreciate you letting me know 🙂

  2. I get lazy and forget DDR:( I’ve had it like 3 yrs? and use it like once every blue moon! I am thankful for your reminder. I do a lot of oils but this one made me burp it up and is so strong that I got away from it and I must need it! Be blessed

    1. Hey Sal! That information is proprietary. But we do know what oils are the most prominent and which are present the least. Here are all the ingredients listed from most to least:

      Ingredients:
      Frankincense Resin, Wild Orange Peel,
      Lemongrass Leaf, Thyme Plant, Clove Bud, Summer
      Savory Plant, and Niaouli Leaf essential oils.

    1. It totally depends on your need. I’d definitely recommend that you contact the Wellness Advocate that you enrolled with and see if they can help you out in a more personal way.

      For a gentle blend, I’d recommend one drop in a tablespoon of coconut oil.

  3. I’ve read articles (from natural path DR.s) that say we should not consume essential oils daily as it is not the most effective (and Medicinal) way to use them. Long term internal use is never advised as it can potentially cause liver damage and the body can develop resistance. So how is daily intake of DDR (or any of the other E.O supplements) different? Very confused…I’m a believer and user (maybe too much ) of oils and would like to balance what is best for my body..

    1. Hey Jeff! Thanks for the comment!

      You have an excellent question – one that I have asked myself. I’m going to refer you to doTERRA’s official responses in regards to internal use of essential oils. They do a much better job of explaining things than I do.

      Before you jump over to their site though, know that if YOU are not comfortable taking an essential oil internally, you don’t have to! I believe that after research, talking to doctors and nurses on my team, and attending conference where doctor’s spoke about internal essential oil usage, that it is safe. I use them internally for myself and my children. But just because I use internally doesn’t mean you HAVE to. Essential oils are very versatile and you are more than welcome to just use them topically and aromatically. (Note that I only recommend taking doTERRA’s CPTG oils internally – not all oils are created equally).

      https://www.doterra.com/US/en/blog/science-safety-physiology-internal-use-essential-oils

      https://www.doterra.com/US/en/blog/science-safety-physiology-mucous-membranes-essential-oils

      https://www.doterra.com/US/en/blog/science-safety-physiology-safe-to-ingest-essential-oils

      https://www.doterra.com/US/en/blog/science-safety-physiology-essential-oil-metabolism

      https://www.doterra.com/US/en/blog/science-safety-physiology-bioactivity-essential-oils

      https://www.doterra.com/US/en/blog/science-safety-physiology-essential-oil-cellular-activity

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