Tips on Identifying Original Essential Oil

Posted by Ilham Nyssam Akbar on Saturday, December 22, 2012

Many people assume that all products labeled "essential oil" is a genuine essential oils and natural. Unfortunately, not all products are derived from natural materials or native plants. As technology advances, the market offered plenty of essential oils from chemical plants with no element at all. Though prerequisites essential oils and aromatherapy must use oil plant nectars.


In other countries, the U.S. and Europe, for example, given the strict rules and sanctions imposed FDA and EEC in setting the material to be consumed by humans, it is almost certain that the ingredients listed on the label is correct. Quality essential oil that is natural and not mixed labeled "pure essential oil".


Essential oils labeled "fragrance oil" or "perfume oil" indicates the product is made from synthetic and essential oils should never be used in aromatherapy treatments. Synthetic essential oils only duplicate the flavor, not the aromatic constituents are actually beneficial for treatment. It must be remembered that the elements of life force in plants is not replaceable, like hormones and enzymes found in the human body.

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