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EO Class 4: Aren't All Essential Oils Basically the Same? Nope!

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EO Class 4: Aren't All Essential Oils Basically the Same? Nope!

I was shocked when I learned that essential oils are NOT all basically the same!

I always just assumed that if I bought from a trusted source, like my local health food store, that I would be buying a high-quality essential oil product. I soon found out that this was FAR FROM TRUE. Not all oils are created equal, and it is important to know how they differ. If you want the powerful results of essential oils, you will need to understand the importance of quality.

Have you heard some oil companies brag that they are organic? This might lead us to believe they are probably exceptional oils. But there is so much more to the purity of essential oils than just an organic label.

Even most essential oils that are labeled as organic are just considered "perfume-grade." This means they are to be used strictly for aromatherapy and are not safe to be used topically–and certainly are not safe for consumption!

The purity of essential oils is vital to not only their effectiveness but their safety as well.

Young Living's proprietary Seed to Seal® process produces therapeutic grade oils of unparalleled purity. It is this exact process that makes them so pure.

Oils So Pure
They Can Be Consumed


Young Living's Therapeutic-Grade oils are so pure, there are more than 40 essential oils that are FDA-approved to be labeled for consumption. The line of Vitality essential oils comes in white-labeled bottles and are labeled as supplements. Take the time to check these out. If you are going to consume an essential oil, then you want to know exactly what the purity of that oil is.

Next time, we will be covering the actual process these oils go through in order to be pure enough to be considered therapeutic-grade oils. There is a stunning amount of work and testing that goes into creating the most authentic essential oils in the world!


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Disclaimer Notice: This information is intended for educational purposes only, and is not meant to substitute for medical care or to prescribe treatment for any specific health condition.


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