Young Living Keeps Up The Quality Of Unadulterated Essential Oils And Works With The Experts In The Field….

In the recent blog entry by Gary Young, the founder of Young Living Essential Oils, he said this:

Because of the very real possibility of essential oil adulteration, I built a team of people around me of some of the best experts in the world. Where did I get my knowledge to know how to do this?

I started studying in 1994 with the Albert Vieille Laboratory in Grasse, France, where I took my first class in analytical chemistry. Then I went to Lyon, France, and studied with Dr. Hervé Casabianca. He has spoken from our convention stage and will do so again next year. Four times he has been in my laboratory to do training, and he has done training in Ecuador as well. I have traveled to France and studied with him five or six times over the years, continually updating my understanding. I have taken three of my technicians to France to train and study with him as well.

So this is not something that I take lightly. I take it very, very seriously…..

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  • Raymond Santos

    We as distributors and customers, are requesting the following answers from Young Living Essential Oils, regarding the cinnamon bark testing of Young Living oil.
    1. Please provide a response to the C-14 testing done showing 56% synthetics by the University of Georgia on Lot#15B10032
    2. Why have you not provided the mass spectrometry output and tabulation for the testing done by Chemtech, in house testing, or Herve Casabianca?
    3. Why was the test preformed by Chemtech only a 20 minute test, when industry standard is 90-120 minutes for complete separation of co-elution?
    4. While coumarin can be expected in cinnamon bark, the LEVEL of coumarin suggests this is cassia oil. Remarks?
    5. In the Chemtech testing, the compound (1-Ethylbuta-1,3-dienyl) benzene is actually the Phenylpentadienal, it is not present in the NIST library. It also should not be present in the oil. Why is it in there?
    6. Chemtech is a lab not associated with the testing of essential oils. Why was this lab used?
    7. Why have you not provided us with the detailed ‘in house’ test results, or the test results from Herve Casabianca?
    8. Although plinol has been found to naturally occur in grapes, the analysts who issued the ‘failed’ report have stated that plinol is not a compound that occurs in cinnamon bark oil. Why is this found in our oil?
    *** 9. Can you explain why your own 3rd party testing lab, Chemtech-Ford Laboratories, found 1,2,4,5 – tetraethyl-benzene (Durene) which is a petroleum by-product of gasoline production was found in the oil tested by that company?