A lot of people ask “how” they can get started with essential oils, a great question. We try to keep it simple, we really do. If you just want to try out one or two oils, to dip your toes into the water so to speak, you’ll want to join Young Living as a retail member, you’ll pay full price for anything you purchase.

However, if you want to try a wider range of oils AND get additional items, including a diffuser by which to diffuse your oils at a less expensive price, we recommend you join Young Living as a wholesale member and purchase one of the Starter Kits. We’ll always point you to the Premium Starter Kit for the best overall value and you will be given a choice of several different diffusers. From those, we will always recommend the Home Diffuser as the best one to get you started. And keep in mind, as a wholesale member of Young Living, in addition to the hugely discounted overall cost of the Premium Starter Kit, the majority of your future purchases are at a 24% discount.

Ready? The choice is now yours. Follow this link and if you have any “challenges” getting signed up, let us know at essentialoilsnc@gmail.com







This essential oil arrived with our order yesterday. It is one of Young Living’s newer oils, released just a few short months ago. The plant grows on the coats of Australia and Tasmania and the oil is actually harvested from the leaves and green branchlets of the plant.
We will be diffusing it over the coming days and weeks, and as you can see from the attached information card, it has many different uses.

One of the questions we hear quite often is, “just how concentrated are Young Living essential oils?”

This chart will give you an idea of how serious Young Living is when it comes to providing high quality essential oils, they’re simply the best!


One of our favorite “non-oil” products from Young Living is the Super-C supplement. We have them in the house and take them with us on road trips in case we have no access to a regular source of vitamin C, such as fresh fruit.
We also use them as a “top up” if we are feeling under the weather, nothing like an extra burst of vitamin C to act as a “pick me up”.
Some people only think of maintaining vitamin C during the winter months, but for us it is definitely a 365 days a year thing.
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As many of you already know, Young Living essential oils is very generous when it comes to freebies. We’ve posted before about our “points” system, and how it works. Scroll back through this blog to see “how it works,” we don’t want to be re-hashing stuff too often. The September 2017 items are shown below.



Well of course you can! But essential oils are not regulated which means companies can put any filler or additive into what they call an “essential oil”. A lot of what you might find at the grocery store is either another ingredient altogether or has toxic fillers in it.
When you are using essential oils on your body for any reason , it could be dangerous to use these types of oils and might actually do more harm than good. You might have reactions to these types of oils and might make conditions worse.
Young Living has rigorous testing and standards for their oils.
No fillers are ever added to Young Living’s oils and no toxins are present. In fact, they don’t even use pesticides or herbicides on their crops or soil so that toxins won’t be present. Anything that comes from a farm outside of Young Living’s farms must meet the same strict standards.
You can visit the Young Living farms anytime you want and see their methods of growth and testing. That’s how open they are about their purity.
You can see YL’s seed to seal promise on their website. “Seed to Seal” is not just a slogan, it’s a way of life.

When it comes to “top of the ladder” essential oils, we consider Tea Tree to be a “Swiss Army Knife” of oils, right at the top of that ladder with Lavender. The benefits are endless and the uses are legendary. Email us or slide over to our Facebook page and we’ll answer your questions directly.



We’re right in the middle of Summer here in our neck of the woods, so we thought we’d share some citrus information with you. Remember, stay hydrated with plenty of water, and apply plenty of sunblock.