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Total waste of money
on January 22, 2012
I just flushed $17 and change done the toilet. I saw Jennifer Ashton on Dr OZ where she was discussing how you should not put anything on your face that is not pure enough to eat. Ashton and OZ had a table full of food products such as spices and honey that could be used on the skin. Being on TV there was limited time to go into all the possible recipes (supposedly Ayurvedic in origin) that were implied to exist. The strong impression was given during this segment, that if you purchased Ashton's book one would get all the information that there was not time enough to discuss on the show.
So, I bought the book hoping to learn something new and useful.... The book turned out to be 95% allophic, main stream advice which has already been repeated several times over, most which I would never follow. There were only two Ayurvedic food recipes for the skin. Very disappointing, I'm actually embarrassed to have the book in my possession.