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November 20, 2021
Update: July 7, 2022

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20 moments you'd be wise to have ETS for Humans with you — the summertime edition!

We recommend everyone take ETS for Humans twice daily, or more often as needed. It will help you to continue to think clearly and move forward through difficult days. If you've been knocked for a loop and are dealing with any type of sudden, unexpected, jarring or life-changing emergency or event: Take ETS more often, 3-5 times daily.

As part of an ongoing offer we call the Shitty Times Policy (We bet you don't need to ask why!), whenever you buy a 2-oz. bottle of ETS for Humans we send a free 1/2-oz. bottle with it. And when you buy the 8-oz. refill bottle of ETS for Humans we include a free 2-oz. bottle. Not only is this a great savings — it's an easy way to make sure you have ETS on hand, in all the places you might need it. Umm . . . if you're anything like us, that would be all the places you go.


Here are 20 scenarios, some familiar and some new, when it would be wise to use ETS:

  • You spent too long in the sun and your skin feels like that charred burger on the holiday picnic grill. (In addition to an oral dose, this is a time that calls for an all-over body spritz.)

  • You trip just as easily on that front walkway when it's hot outside as you do when there's snow on the ground.

  • Your dog suddenly took off after something (a rabbit? a squirrel? a yeti?) and just about took your arm off too.

  • Two words: Milkshake. Brainfreeze.

  • You're chopping peppers for your famous salsa and the knife slipped.

  • You're chopping peppers and you accidentally touch your lip with pepper juice! (This happened. Read the story here.)

  • You just received news that a dear friend or loved one has died.

  • You're dealing with a serious illness and you just took a pill that sometimes makes your lunch come back up.

  • You have errands to run and even though it's not the hottest part of the day, you know you'll feel as cooked as a rotisserie chicken long before you're done.

  • You're about to open a bill you didn't know was coming.

  • Your doctor just called with your test results.

  • You're about to leave your child with a sitter for the first time.

  • You slipped on the stairs and now you know why they call it a "landing."

  • You were in a fender-bender and you're waiting for the tow truck to arrive. (This is a good time to have ETS in vinegar preservative!)

  • You're an ER nurse and were just told that wave of patients will arrive simultaneously. (Another good time to have vinegar preservative.)

  • You zigged when you should have zagged and now you're laying on the ground waiting for the spasms to stop.

  • You're finally able to close your mouth after holding it open for the dentist for three hours.

  • You just left a counseling session (and might have preferred to have been at the dentist!).

  • You're going to be spending the day outside at a rally or protest.

  • You tried to close the car door but your fingers were in the way.

Taking ETS doesn't make a crisis go away. It repairs blown circuits and provides balancing support to your system as you address the crisis and resulting stress.

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