High Quality Essential Oils, Not All Are Created Equal!
It is important to know what you are buying when you decide to purchase essential oils. There are many types and brands out there in the marketplace so you need to know what to look for. Not all essential oils are created equal.
Look for a company that tells their buyers where their oils are cultivated and harvested, how they are processed and what testing has been done. If this information is not available on the product or their website, contact the company and find this information out. The company should be able to disclose this to you if it is a quality essential oil and company.
Look for essential oils that are 100% pure, therapeutic grade as this type is the only essential oils you should consider purchasing. Do not be fooled by synthetic essential oils or perfume (fragrance) oils. These are NOT 100% pure essential oils and they will not deliver the benefits you're looking for. If you bought it in a supermarket store, even a store that specializes in organic foods, it is most likely not therapeutic grade. Read the label, TRUE therapeutic essential oils will state that on the bottle. Using inferior grade oils are often mixed with synthetic chemicals that smell good but do not deliver the benefits of 100% pure essential oils.
When you buy therapeutic grade essential oils, the price will be higher than synthetic brands. Trust me, this is a good thing. Here’s why. First, they are well worth it because you know you are getting the best quality without impurities that may cause irritations or sensitivities. Second, when used properly, it only takes a very small amount to accomplish the task because of the potency. The more pure the essential oil, the more potent it will be.
All-natural and chemical-free should be the only type of essential oil you consider. Other modifications and processing can alter the strength and the purity of the oil and you do not want to apply these toxins to your body. High quality, pure essential oils are what you need to get the full benefits you're looking for.
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