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You might need therapy after juice therapy

Juice therapy is a form of therapy in which certain juices are believed to cure certain types of diseases and conditions. A common example of this is that cranberry juice helps prevent and cure urinary tract infections. However, most juice therapists have a wide collection of less researched juices that claim to cure more serious diseases and conditions.

For these treatments, they tend to use raw, unpasteurized juices and ciders, which are believed to be healthier due to their less-processed nature. This healthier approach is supposed to eliminate the need to go to the doctor for more invasive and expensive treatment. 

How it works

Drinking juice is usually more convenient than consuming fruits and vegetables themself. Hence we are more likely to drink juices. Once fruits and vegetables are juiced, their liquid form supposedly makes it easier for your body to absorb more of the “good stuff” inside each fruit and vegetable. The claim is that juice helps eliminate the toxicity in your body that is causing all the issues you may have. It cleanses the harmful things your body has absorbed by them with the beneficial goodness inside of juices. Flushing away all that toxicity should bring balance to your body and health. 


Why does this section even exist? It’s just juice, right? Well yeah, but that doesn't mean risks are involved especially when juice therapy is provided as a treatment. Raw, unpastured juices have had dangerous bacteria unbeknown to anyone. As a juice therapist, you are liable for your client if the therapy causes harm to your client. Your client may be taking your advice on what juices to take to help cure their condition, but in fact, they see adverse effects due to the juice not working as intended. They may push off going to a doctor and be in a worse condition than they previously were. To protect yourself against damages you may have accidentally caused, you should get professionalliability insurance (PLI). If a client comes to visit you in person, and they get injured by a 3rd party such as a slippery floor or a broken chair, general liability insurance (GLI) should cover you. 

To learn more about the coverages that might be helpful for juice therapy, get an insurance quote below.

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