Essential Oils are made from the roots, flowers, seeds, stems or other parts of plants and trees. Personally I use doTERRA Essential Oils and for many reasons; not only do they smell sensational, they are of the highest quality and are tested with great care.
The process starts by finding the best source of a particular oil, wherever it may be grown in the world. Then the conditions and ongoing care required to sustain-ably produce the highest quality of the oil, and how and when it is best extracted. Oils are extracted either via steam distillation or expression (cold-pressing). Great care is taken throughout both processes to ensure the quality is not compromised. The oils then undergo a rigorous testing process.
doTERRA also have significant humanitarian projects underway with the Healing Hands Foundation and Co-impact Sourcing. Not only do they create jobs and trade for the local communities who grow and harvest the oils, they also build schools, hospitals and fresh water systems for those who are in need.
If you care about natural health and would love to have the best quality essential oils in your tool kit feel free to contact me for assistance, or you can purchase them by going to:
If you’d like to share oils with the people in your life (which could see you getting your oils for free or even making some residual income) choose Wellness Advocate, otherwise simply choose wholesale (both receive 25% off – woot!). It’s $35 to join and as long as you purchase two items it’s well worth it! I started with the Home Essentials kit and never looked back. My only regret was not buying a bigger kit to get started… I’m a little addicted!
With Infinite Love and Gratitude,
I am not a health professional, just a passionate and well researched mum striving for health and happiness. My posts are based on personal experience and my intention is to open people up to the possibility of natural healing.
Everyone’s body chemistry is different, always dilute essential oils and do a test patch. I’m fortunate my family tolerate oils very easily, but I know other people who have to dilute them a lot… you need to start slow and work out what is best for you.