Our Essential Oils
100% PURE ESSENTIAL OIL
Recently, terms such as “therapeutic grade” or “clinical grade” have been used by essential oil suppliers to claim the superiority of their oils over other suppliers’ oils. Though not necessarily being misleading about their essential oils, the se terms used by some essential oils' suppliers re not standardized within the industry to meet any specific criteria.
Any essential oil business that cares about selling only pure essential oils will have their oils tested with at least two tests — usually running simultaneously — the gas chromatography and mass spectrometry tests, or GC/MS. Responsible essential oil vendors will run these tests on every batch of oil they receive from a distiller. Many of these vendors provide batch-specific GC/MS reports on their websites, and some others will provide them on request, sometimes for a nominal fee. Some high quality essential oil vendors do not provide these reports, but those that do are preferred by trained aromatherapists.
Look for oils that are organic as a first choice. Any pollutants on the plants can be more concentrated in the essential oil. This is especially important for citrus essential oils, as they are traditionally heavily sprayed with pesticides. The term “organic” means different things in different countries, but it is one more possible indicator of quality. Some retailers also carry oils that are “unsprayed,” where the farms are not certified as organic, but they do not spray their crops, and many high quality oils are also wildcrafted.
Our essential oils are free of any preservatives, with the average shelf life of 6 months.
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