Certified Organic Essential Oils

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Certified Organic Essential Oils

Certified Organic Essential Oils 

There has been so much talk about the difference between Certified Organic essential oils and conventional essential oils. It’s confusing, right? We’re here to clear it up! Certification on essential oils is very similar to the certification on other common items you may find around your house. Just like the fruits and veggies you get at the grocery store, the USDA certifies essential oils as organic when they come from plants that have not been chemically treated. The soil has been chemical-free for a few years, and the products are handled so they are not contamination. Certification agencies test for contamination, so you know you’re getting an organic product! You can spot these by the labels: 1) an information panel that includes a list of ingredients, 2) the USDA Organic seal, and 3) the seal of the Accredited Certifier.

 

Conventional Essential Oils

 

Conventional essential oils are still usually great quality and a natural product of the plant. The most common example of a conventional essential oil is a farmer using chemicals to treat a fungus on the plant. When making essential oils, the pesticides sprayed are in such small quantities and the oil themselves are usually used in high dilutions so you can’t really notice the difference.

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There are several reasons you might choose Certified Organic essential oils. Supporting organic agriculture, sustainable practices, and being environmentally friendly are some of the most common. Regardless of preference, keep in mind, that essential oils are still a 100% natural product.

 

 

Essential Oil Uses

With all the amazing benefits it’s not surprising that aromatherapy is one of the most popular uses for essential oils! Here’s the science: when you take a deep breath in, the oils stimulate smell receptors in the nose that send chemical messages through nerves to the brain. These nerves affect mood, emotions, and can have physiological effects on the body. Bring on the good vibes! 🙂

Essential oils can also be used for cleaning. All you need to add is a little elbow grease. Lemon is a natural antibacterial and antiviral product, and is commonly used to degrease stains and freshen the air. In addition to lemon, cinnamon leaf is an effective mold and mildew spray and used to prevent pests.

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Below are a few recipes for everyday use to keep your home and body rejuvenated!

 

Mold & Mildew Spray

2 cups White Vinegar

1 tsp Tea Tree Oil

10 drops Orange Essential Oil

1 Spray Bottle

Combine all ingredients and shake, shake, shake.

 

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Lavender & Peppermint Sugar Scrub

1 cup White Sugar

½ cup Coconut Oil

4 drops Lavender Essential Oil

2 drops Peppermint Essential Oil

1 Small Container with Lid

Combine the ingredients and voila!

Tip: make a big batch to give as a gift your friends and family will enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 

Author: Cat

24 thoughts on “Certified Organic Essential Oils

    1. I apologize, we do not have food grade certification on the Essential Oils; therefore, we do not recommend ingesting these oils, or using them for cooking. They are sold for external therapeutic uses, meaning that they can be used in aromatherapy or applied to specific parts of the body.

      Please keep in mind we are not medical professionals and we STRONGLY recommend consulting a healthcare professional before starting any type of treatment.

      1. Are your essential oils PURE?
        Are you willing to show current GC/MS analysis results for each lot number of essential oils so that I know that I’m getting
        PURE SAFE oils?
        Thanks
        Christos

        1. Our Pure Therapeutic Grade, Certified Organic Essential Oils, and Essential Oil Blends are pure with no fillers or additives. Our Commercial/Standardized Grade Essential Oils is a mix of essential oils and synthetic oils, while the dilutions contain 3% of essential oil mixed with a carrier oil.

          For any regulatory documents, please email us at documents@bulkapothecary.com with the name of the product, the type of document you need, and the lot number of the product (if you’ve already purchased the item).

  1. “When making essential oils, the pesticides sprayed are in such small quantities and the oil themselves are usually used in high dilutions so you can’t really notice the difference.”

    This is misleading. Non-certified organic essential oils, and certified organic essential oils, if processed by distillation are processed exactly the the same way.

    Given that most pesticides have a boiling point much greater than 100C, no pesticide, if any, distills.

    Therefore, there is little if any concern about pesticides and non-certified organic essential oils.

  2. When starting new business how do U know where U turn is accurate in what they are teaching U. I am 69 and do not have years to study. But I want to help people in my place. not to get rich. I have pain all the time. want to help these people.
    Found that deep blue from Doterra works but cannot afford it. Want people in my position to get the help they need without having to take a mortgage out. Please help. Letta

  3. Hi I was told that a solution of dandelion oil, may help the pain and suffering of our family owned dog of 14 years. She has what looks like a boil above her left eye, increasing in size everyday. We tried crynology to freeze it so it would fall off. But nothing is helping her. Not wanting her to suffer or lose vision in her eye we are turning to organic cure? Any help

    1. Use corona. Its a salve you get at tractor supply or family farm n fleet. Its in the horse aisle. Yelloe tube w red cap. My family is American Indian and have been using this product for many many years. Works on many things. Boils, burns, hemorrhoids, etc.

    1. I apologize, we do not have food grade certification on any of the Essential Oils; therefore, we do not recommend ingesting/consuming/eating/drinking/smoking these oils as recommended by the International Federation of Aromatherapists. These oils are sold for external therapeutic uses, meaning that they can be used in aromatherapy or applied to specific parts of the body, as shown in this blog post. Essential Oils must be properly diluted/mixed with a carrier/base oil, before use, in order to avoid any potential damage to property or adverse physical effects.

      Please keep in mind we are not medical professionals and we STRONGLY recommend consulting a healthcare professional, qualified in clinical aromatherapy, before starting any type of treatment.

  4. Hi, are your essential oils cruelty free? Meaning, tested on animals or contain any animal products? Are they safe for pets?
    My apologies for asking this, however which of your essential oils are 100% pure essential oils? I am sure the answer is here someplace, I’ve been reading about so many essential oils I’m starting to get dizzy!
    Thank you♡

    1. Our products are not tested on animals; here’s a statement on this:

      “No product nor ingredient of any product has ever been tested on animals bu Bulk Apothecary since its foundation. Furthermore, we do not use the services of any other research establishment to conduct animal testing on our behalf, either on a product or any product ingredient. Bulk Apothecary has operated a strict policy to never purchase products or ingredients from suppliers or intermediary agents who have conducted, commissioned, or been party to animal testing for cosmetics on them, since our company began. Our commitment to this standard is such that if any of the ingredients we use are found not to be compliant with the standard, we would seek an alternative supplier for the relevant ingredients, or if necessary remove them from our product range.”

      The Pure Therapeutic Grade, Certified Organic, Blends, and Essential Oil Kits are 100% pure with not fillers or additives, and are therapeutic grade; the Standardized and Commercial Grade is a mix of essential oil and synthetic oils; and the Dilutions are mixed with a Jojoba carrier oil, but are still therapeutic grade. The essential oils are categorized here.

      1. WOW!!!I am beyond blown away! THANK YOU for this quick reply, and for your incredible compassion for animals♡ I run an animal sanctuary and sell soaps to raise money to save animals, so compassion for animals is necessary.Thank you♡

  5. Hi! … sort of agree with Candice W. in a comment about researching so many essential oils I am beginning to get dizzy.
    However, my question deals with shipping. I read that Headquarters is located in (…Ohio?) the US. I Googled “essential oils in Canada” and came up with your site again.
    Do you have a warehouse in Canada?

    1. Our shipping rate to Canada is set by the published rates of the couriers, which are not governed by us. Please note that we are only located in Ohio, USA, and couriers may charge separate brokerage/customs fees to Canada, will you will need to pay upon the delivery of your order to Canada.

      1. Add your item(s) to the cart.
      2. Click “Shopping Cart” located to the top right of the webpage.
      3. In your cart, kindly click “Estimate Shipping & Tax” located under “Subtotal”, and supply the requested information.
      4. Click “Estimate Shipping & Tax” for your shipping estimate.

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