What Are Essential Oils?
Essential oils are to
the plant what blood is to the body. Blood cleanses, protects,
oxygenates, nourishes and heals. Essential oils - - - the distilled
lifeblood of the plant. Their complex chemical constituents cleanse,
protect, oxygenate, nourish and offer many therapeutic benefits. According
to Dr. David Stewart, (university health science professor) and author of
Healing Oils of the Bible and The Chemistry of Essential Oils,
therapeutic grade-A medicinal essential oils have the power to make a corrupt
DNA whole again. This is carried out through frequencies. Essential
oils penetrate to cellular level!
The risks of counterfeit oils. Most of the essential oils sold in the United states are used for perfumes and flavorings. Many contain chemical solvents to amplify fragrance and lower cost, we call these synthetic. They lack the fragile and complex constituents of Young Living's therapeutic-grade oils. A synthetic or low-grade essential oil may actually cause rashes, burns, allergic reactions, nausea and indigestion. All the information provided on this website refers only to Young Living's medicinal essential oils - - - which the human body will embrace.
You can trust Young
Living therapeutic-grade oils. Before being released for sale,
every single batch of oils is quarantined, inspected and tested for purity and
quality. Samples are sent to independent laboratories for testing by
state-of-the-art gas chromatograohy and infrared analysis. Some oils are
subjected to further testing in England and France. Altogether oils can go
through five separate levels of quality analysis.
Throughout the ancient world, essential oils such as frankincense, sandalwood and spikenard were among the costliest commodities because of their healing properties. Historical records also reveal that healing oils were used widely in Egypt, China and India. The frankincense and myrrh brought as gifts to the Christ child may, in fact, have been distilled essential oils. essential oils were so highly regarded that ancient rulers bartered them for gold, land and even slaves.
Last modified: 10/27/09