Are you skeptical about the validity of essential oils?
Quality of an essential oil plays a major part in whether or not the oil will have beneficial effects. Essential oils are used for a very wide range of emotional and physical wellness applications. They can be used a single oil at a time or in complex blends depending on user experience and desired benefit. Quality of the oil is a crucial factor in how you use essential oils and whether or not they will have beneficial effects.
Quality makes all the difference in regards to the effectiveness of essential oils working in a supportive manner for the body and brain. Danielle Daniel has used essential oils for over 20 years and recommends only the highest quality and beneficial compounds that essential oils can offer.
Essential oil use and the science behind it is an exciting field that is progressing at a rapid pace. As science continues to expand, we are able to learn more of their powerful uses. A wide variety of essential oil applications have been studied to confirm their safety and effectiveness. Essential oil use gives you the opportunity of embracing the traditions of the past while simultaneously using emerging science to create a new paradigm of essential oil use.
doTERRA essential oils offer the highest quality of compounds giving you the benefits plants were meant to perform.
What is Quality and why does it matter?
Essential oils contain up to 100’s of different compounds. Just because there are lavender plants grown in many parts of the world, doesn’t mean they have the exact same chemical composition. Several factors contribute to the quality of an essential oil possessing beneficial compounds.
1- First, a high quality oil should be free of fillers, pesticides, synthetics, contaminants or other toxins. You should be getting 100% of the pure oil from that plant. I have smelled various lavender oils and you can smell that each bottle from different companies various in composition. Some oils are so diluted you can barely smell the aromatic compounds of lavender, and others I have smelled, have a scent of grass, rather than lavender. Lavender should smell strongly like the lavender plant, not faintly, and not like weeds or grass.
2- Second factor contributing to quality is the plant being harvested at the right time, in the right way, with the correct amount of heat (not too much to where it destroys the beneficial compounds) and from its indigenous growing environment where the soil is optimum for a higher quality of natural chemical constituents in the oil.
3- Third, having each liter of oil under go multiple third party tests to ensure the value and quality of the oil. The oil’s compounds are tested on a Gas Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry Scanners which identifies all chemical constituents in the oil as to determine the content of beneficial compounds and purity.
In selecting a brand of essential oils, the quality is imperative. When an essential oil is harvested and distilled correctly, the result will be an essential oil beyond organic standards.
Making a quality oil is very costly, this is why many companies must add fillers or synthetic oil into their essential oil. Danielle Daniel, after over 20 years of using oils and researching on this level of purity for its benefits, only recommends high standard essential oils.