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I don’t want to monopolize your time today (Americans have a 3 day weekend celebrating Labor Day), so I will make this short.

Here are just a few posts that you may have missed over the summer:

Top 3 Reasons to Stop Ingesting Bad Advice About Essential Oils

FREE Intuitive Goodies

12 Types of Essential Oil Enthusiasts, Which One Are You?

*Disclaimer: As an Wellness Advocate I provide my personal opinion and experiences with essential oils, and am not endorsed by dōTERRA Corporate. None of what I testify of has been evaluated by the FDA, nor is it intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. I am not a registered medical professional and I encourage you to discuss your health concerns with your own doctor. I simply share resources and tools to raise consumer awareness. This post may contain affiliate links. Read my full disclaimer here

I am a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com

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FREE Report on the Essential Oil and Aromatherapy Industry

There’s been a lot of controversy in the essential oil and aromatherapy industry through blogs and social media groups. That controversy can range from polite exchange of ideas to drastic and hostile attacks. People vehemently attack any conversation about essential oil usage, marketing, and labeling. The question of purity, therapeutic value, and business conduct are important questions to ask. However, the irresponsible and unethical behavior and practices of many of those in the conversation is undeniably immature and unprofessional. This has been an perpetual thorn in our sides and it’s time to get the facts straight once and for all. We need the truth about the essential oil and aromatherapy industry!

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  • Just who is more qualified to state what is therapeutic grade of essential oils?
  • Who gets the final word on who gets to use essential oils?
  • Who has the corner market on who can say anything about essential oils or which ones to buy?
  • Who authorizes an aromatherapy school?
  • Does the Department of Education govern aromatherapy schools?
  • Who qualifies the aromatherapist associations like the NAHA and the AIA?
  • Are essential oils safe for internal use?
  • What does the FDA and the FTC have to say about all this?
  • Which aromatherapy schools are legitimate and which ones are diploma mills?
  • Why are some aromatherapists attacking essential oil enthusiasts and companies?

All these questions are answered in my FREE REPORT on the Essential Oil and Aromatherapy Industry. <click here to download my free report.

 

*Disclaimer: As an Wellness Advocate I provide my personal opinion and experiences with essential oils, and am not endorsed by dōTERRA Corporate. None of what I testify of has been evaluated by the FDA, nor is it intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. I am not a registered medical professional and I encourage you to discuss your health concerns with your own doctor. I simply share resources and tools to raise consumer awareness. This post may contain affiliate links. Read my full disclaimer here

I am a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com

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Protocol of Third Party Testing of Essential Oils Is Insufficient

There are far too many people in the world who are easily swayed by mass amounts of information, fast paced conversations, hype, fear mongering, and gossip. Mix in the names of your favorite essential oil companies and it turns into a hot mess. While some had a genuine concern for consumer awareness, in the long run all it’s done is caused panic and dare I suggest, libel?

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While Lea Harris’ motives may have been authentically helpful to the industry all her testing seems to have proved is how uninformed a lot of people are. As a result, any time someone mentions the use of essential oils the ‘Lea Harris’ card is smacked down.

After researching her entire protocol, watching her videos, and asking her questions regarding her choices, I was getting no where fast. She didn’t ease any of my concerns.

After discussing the issues with an essential oil chemist, a lawyer, studying court procedures about third party testing, and several other essential oil enthusiasts, I have come to the conclusion that the protocol of Lea Harris’ Third Party Testing of Essential Oils is Insufficient.

The connections Lea Harris has and who she involves in her testing is highly suspicious and you deserve to see the breakdown.

You can download my Free Report here:  Research re Third Party Testing Protocol. All the screenshots and links are in this free report.

What are my intentions? My intentions are to raise awareness about proper protocols when testing essential oils.

What do I hope comes from this? Well, it would behoove all those involved to consider an apology and a retraction.

What’s Next? There seems to be an ongoing push against some companies as a result of Lea Harris’ series of blog posts. Since she has been able to climb the ladder of aromatherapist certification to graduate program to clinical aromatherapist in just 11 months, her fancy labels are giving people some kind of authority in continuing their own published work against the companies due to the results Lea Harris has published.

Therefore, I feel it’s important to examine the pathway to becoming an aromatherapist. There are some excellent schools available and some that are high priced, then there are some that are just diploma mills. What’s even more concerning is the NAHA  (National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy) and AIA (Alliance of International Aromatherapists) have given their stamp of approval on those schools that seem to be less than stellar. My FREE report on aromatherapy education will be published soon.

What do I have to gain from this? To start, peace of mind. Then we can all get back to doing all we can to improve wellness and the essential oil community can heal. Using essential oils can support a positive frame of mind and emotional stability. Yet chaotic articles like hers (and several others out there) are proving that those writers don’t use essential oils to help them find clarity, balance, or peace.

Has this entire ordeal been a colossal waste of everyone’s time and energy? I do think it’s been an enormous thorn in all of our sides, however not all is lost. Due to the ongoing idle gossip we have created our own alliance for the preservation of the essential oil community. You can click on that link to find out all about it.

Be sure to download my FREE REPORT on the  Research re Third Party Testing Protocol of Lea Harris.

I wish NO ILL WILL against Lea Harris. I did attempt to communicate with her about this before and she continued with her own agenda.

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*Disclaimer: As an Wellness Advocate I provide my personal opinion and experiences with essential oils, and am not endorsed by dōTERRA Corporate. None of what I testify of has been evaluated by the FDA, nor is it intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. I am not a registered medical professional and I encourage you to discuss your health concerns with your own doctor. I simply share resources and tools to raise consumer awareness. This post may contain affiliate links. Read my full disclaimer here

I am a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com

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