The 3 Questions You Should Ask Before You Use Essential Oils

You want to take care of your family’s health.  And there are a lot of essential oils out on the market.  But how do you know that you are getting the best quality and best value for your dollar?  Here are 3 questions you must ask before you purchase any essential oil on the market today.   ways to know that you are giving your family the highest quality available.

3 Questions to Ask about Essential Oils

Is it organic or wildcrafted?

When it comes to essential oils, organic matters.  If your oil comes from a farm, you might want to reconsider.  Think of it like this, all the chemicals, fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, fumigation and genetic alterations are concentrated in the oil and are 100 times more concentrated that the original plant. If you are working to a healthier lifestyle, concentrated chemicals are not the way to go.  Separation of the chemicals in distillation simply doesn’t occur.

Wildcrafted plants are grown alone in nature.  No human help at all.  These are harvested from the wild habitat and are harvested in the wild.  This is a pure form of the plant giving you a high quality, premium oil in distillation.  

Who recommended this essential oil to you?

Do you know a Certified Medical Aromatherapist?  If you have ever wondered about essential oils, get to know one.  Holly Draper, is one of the few Certified Medical Aromatherapists in the USA and the only one in the state of Utah. If you lived in France, you could go to the doctor and Draper could provide you a prescription in an essential oil form, rather than a chemical prescription.
Holly Draper, Certified Medical Aromatherapist
Draper only recommends and supplies medicinal grade essential oils, the highest quality available.  When you follow recommendations of a Certified Medical Aromatherapist, you provide your body with more vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytochemicals than other oils. Your body will be able to heal itself more quickly and safely. 

Has this oil been through chromatography testing?

Okay, here goes the science lesson of the day.  To evaluate the value or richness of a product, chromatography testing is used.  In essence, the chemist passes a mixture dissolved in the mobile phase through a stationary phase, separating what is being analyzed from the other molecules.  This way, the actual molecules are being isolated and measured.  Gas chromatography is used for substances that will not decompose at high temperature.  The process is simple.  An oil sample is put in the heating chamber of the gas chromatograph machine, and heated until it evaporates.  As the oil vaporizes, it is measure for  the amount of time and the concentration of the molecule. Premium  medicinal grade oils have these test results on hand.  As a consumer you have access to see these charts to know you are receiving a premium product.  And if you are unsure, simply request to see a copy of the chromatography testing.

If you can confidently answer that you know where your oils come from, who has recommended them, and how they have scored on the chromatography testing, you have a premium, certified organic oil.

Purify Skin Therapy Pure Organic Oils has the chromatography testing results ready to show you, they use only organic or wildcrafted oils.  Use them wisely and they will help you in your quest for your family’s health.

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  1. Posted May 30, 2014 at 6:11 pm | Permalink

    I love my essential oils! I use them everyday.

  2. Posted June 1, 2014 at 3:03 am | Permalink

    I have had the strangest foot condition for the past 20 years. I’ve tried EVERY oil, lotion, pumice stone, athlete’s foot treatment……… the only time I’ve ever had vast improvement was when I had UV therapy at a derm office 3+ times per week. I can no longer afford that time or money wise, so I’ve just been living with my crazy feet. Is there any type of oil that truly works for feet that are that far gone? the rest of my body is a LOT better than my feet— I can’t figure out why my feet are so awful. I’d never heard of a certified medical aromatherapist- how interesting!

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