The self-described “wellness worshiper” received backlash after sharing a list of homeopathic treatments in a blog post on the website, the Purist.
In it, she admitted to taking a bath with ¼ of a cup of Clorox added to the water–as recommended by Linda Lancaster, her homeopathic doctor. She also listed pricey medicines and a $300 vitamin C drip to help boost immunity.
Many readers commented that the treatments were only available to a “privileged” population.
In an interview with People, Cristina addressed the controversy and she’s “aware that what I am about to talk about are remedies for people who are already in a privileged situation—we have a roof over our head, enough food to eat and clean drinking water, and not everyone has that,” adding, “There’s a huge opposition against holistic medicine, I get that.”