Did you Know…100% pure essential oil means: only one drop needs to be pure essential oil

by Lynn Kwitt on April 9, 2010

…the rest can be fillers; cheap additives like alcohol or camphor. In 1980, the FDA banned camphorated liniment oil for colds and sore muscles because of reports of poisonings through skin absorption and accidental digestion. This is why it is said never to take essential oils internally. Most essential oils in the United State are adulterated. They are used for the scent they emit, not for therapeutic healing. Young Living therapeutic-grade oils mean that all of the drops in the bottle are pure essential oil, no fillers. That’s why most Young Living Essential Oils can be taken internally. As Gary Young says, “If you can’t eat it, don’t wear it”.

You know you can be safe with Young Living’s oils and oil products to provide the purity to produce results.

Jasmine, Neroli and Onycha are the three oils through Young Living
that are distilled differently and are not 100% essential oil.

This weeks Fragrant Scents is on lavender- one of the most adulterated oils on the market today ,. Other oils commonly adulterated are frankincense, myrrh, lemon, peppermint, cistus. and helichrysum.

Look for oils labeled AFNOR  for purity.

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