I know you’re thinking that this is just another fad, and for some people, it may be. Because of course, you are always gonna have those people who are just doing it because everyone else is. Those are the ones that aren’t really using the products- which really gives us oily loving folks a bad rep.
But I assure you that anyone who has tried oils with an open mind, and correctly, is completely hooked. Before I get all crazy about nature and God and oily stuff, we can talk about the company itself. With so many essential oil companies out there, you should definitely consider, why choose Young Living?
Essential oils are made from plants that are distilled, creating a concentration. This process and the ones that follow must be done properly to ensure that the oils remain in their purest form. Additives create impure essential oils which can make them less effective and possibly be harmful and/or toxic.
Young Living takes this process seriously through their Seed to Seal®Promise. From the time that seeds are chosen to the time that the oils are distributed, Young Living is in control. They are so confident in their business, that they invite their members to come to the farms to see the process from start to finish.
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If I haven’t convinced you yet, just keep reading. I’m pretty positive that this next bit should do the trick. You’ll know exactly why you should choose Young Living Oils.
Most Young Living essential oils do not have expiration dates, this proves that 100% pure essential oils will last forever if properly stored. Other oils that are sold in stores and online are considered to be fragrance-grade oils. They don’t offer the same therapeutic and medicinal benefits that Young Living oils do.
So while some brands sell cheaper essential oils, the old saying “you get what you pay for” applies well here. The FDA only requires 5% oil in those labeled as “pure” and are sold in stores. So what’s the other stuff? Most contain fillers, additives, and synthetics to increase their fragrance.
Essential oils have been around for
hundreds thousands of years. Leading all the way back to Bible days, we see that millions of people have used some type of homeopathic essential oil treatment. My favorite part about all this natural stuff is that the Lord provided all of this to be used for us and by us.
And by the river upon the bank thereof, on this side and on that side, shall grow all trees for meat, whose leaf shall not fade, neither shall the fruit thereof be consumed: it shall bring forth new fruit according to his months, because their waters they issued out of the sanctuary: and the fruit thereof shall be for meat, and the leaf thereof for medicine. Ezekial 47:12
If you’re still contemplating that crud from the store, think about this. Did you get rewarded for buying it? If it did work, and you shared it with your friends, did they congratulate you or send you a freebie? Did they thank you for sending business their way or enriching the lives of someone else? No, I didn’t think so.
Young Living gives you the opportunity to earn a paycheck just for sharing oils with your buds. If someone you know makes a purchase, you could earn a check! That simple! If you make monthly purchases, Young Living also gives you the opportunity to earn points back on your purchases.
If you still have questions, read more of our Essential Oil posts. If you’re ready to take the plunge, join our essential oil community and order your kit now. You’ll get 24% off all your purchases, 11 of the most popular oils, a ton of information, an amazing diffuser, samples of other products and more!
(I am not a doctor, I am simply a mom trying to do what’s best for my family. Any information or advice given is to help educate and inform, not to diagnose, help, treat, or prevent any disease. Statements made have not been evaluated by the FDA. You should always check with a health care professional before starting something new. This post includes affiliate links, read our Disclosure Policy for more information.)