The growth of an industry dependent on natural resources brings challenges, and the rapid boom in the sales of essential oils during the past decade or so has sparked concerns over sustainable sourcing. Securing a supply chain can definitely be challenging for an essential oil broker, retailer, or product manufacturer. Inexpensive essential oils are often synthetic, adulterated, or unethically sourced, which is why we choose partners who produce pure essential oils and ingredients ethically and legally. This practice sets a top-tier standard for sustainability.
The other important thing to understand is that any synthetic or improperly distilled component of the oil is very toxic! Pure essential oil constituents are so amazing at delivering nutrients to the cells for whole body wellness. However, this also means that any synthetic, additive or improperly distilled oil components will get driven deep into the brain and body cells making them potentially very toxic. So, choose wisely!
Something we should ALL be TAKING NOTE OF, these words from President & CEO of Young Living!
“When the cost of our essential oils is seen as a challenge by our customers, I like to describe for them the work required to run farms around the world without using herbicides or other toxic chemicals.
It costs us around $12,000 per acre to weed our Mona, Utah lavender fields by hand, using manual labor. Do you know how much “weeding” costs other companies? $60.00 per acre. Spraying cheap (and toxic) herbicides is faster and much cheaper.” -Jared Turner
Read more about ‘seed to seal’ here.
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