I think Lee Tea brought up a lot of issues that I considered when approached by a friend who uses YL EO's. She is a clairvoyant, a better one than I am, and I am taking courses at her Healing Center. She was struck by lightening and had a near death experience, and came out of it highly clairvoyant. She uses the oils for massage therapy, and to uplift moods, she just lets them sit there and people can smell them. I don't understand why you think something is wrong with anyone who wants to treat themselves with a natural substance rather than a chemical one. So far my experiences with the oils have been good, I diffuse them and smell them. But I am careful because I have sensitive skin, and also think the YL ones are very expensive. I'm just beginning to research it all, and don't think I want to sell them. I also agree a nice walk in sea water can cure a lot of things :).

I prefer Appalachian valley — they are a wholesale distributor as well but you can purchase small quantities from them as well. Use the code – roseotto and you can get their wholesale prices. If you purchase 5, 10, or 20ml bottles when you add them to the cart you will see a discount. I really love their products and got a sample of their frankincense – wow!! Love it.

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Essential oils are generally extracted by distillation, often by using steam. Other processes include expression, solvent extraction, sfumatura, absolute oil extraction, resin tapping, wax embedding, and cold pressing. They are used in perfumes, cosmetics, soaps and other products, for flavoring food and drink, and for adding scents to incense and household cleaning products.
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