What Are Essential Oils?
August 7, 2015
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Essential oils are concentrated, liquid plant extracts used for therapeutic and medicinal purposes. They are called "essential" because they contain the essence of a plant, including its aroma and health properties. Since essential oils (EO for short) can be taken from virtually all plants, there are EOs from varied sources such as flowers, grasses, fruits, roots, trees, and leaves. Our EOs are natural, organic, unadulterated, non-GMO and vegan, and there are no synthetic fragrances, no-animal-testing unrefined ingredients, no paraben and no sulfates.

They are called “volatile,” which means that they evaporate very quickly. Because of their volatile nature, they need to be kept in dark colored glass bottles and stored in dark areas. Some of them, like the citrus oils, lose their efficacy over time so they need to be used within 3 months of opening the bottle. Others, like Patchouli and Cypress, actually get stronger the longer you have them. Most are colorless or a light yellow. Some oils contain the compound azulene, which colors the oil blue. For example, Blue Tansy, German Chamomile, and Yarrow, Blue. Others, like Black Cumin and Wintergreen, can often turn red during the distillation process.

Aromatherapy is the usage of essential oils. This includes using their aroma, smelling/inhaling them or topical application. Because of their tiny molecular structure, EOs absorb easily into the skin and then into the body.

Here at Rocky Mountain Oils, our EOs are sourced from small farmers all over the world.  The farmers extract the EOs from the plants immediately after the harvest and ship them to us immediately after that. All this painstaking effort results in 100% pure EOs. We are so confident in our products that we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee!

Aromatherapy is remarkably affordable and effective. Most essential oils only cost $10-$30 and last our customers months—sometimes years—because they are incredibly concentrated. Many reflexologists, massage therapists, chiropractors, acupuncturists and other alternative health practitioners utilize EOs to increase the effectiveness of their treatments.

Not only do our customers use them to support a healthy lifestyle, but they are also used to create all sorts of household products, from soap, shampoo, bath salt and toothpaste to perfume, skin care cream, hand lotion, surface cleaner, detergent and air freshener.

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