Young Living essential oils come with peace of mind you won’t find anywhere else, and it all begins with their farms. Young Living cultivates, harvests and distills many of their essential oils themselves, thus verifying purity from start to finish. With extensive laboratory testing and independent audits, the promise to all of us is powerful oils, just as nature intended.
Let’s face it: companies can say anything nowadays on their website or in product brochures until someone takes them to court to prove otherwise, right? Why should you trust Young Living’s Seed to Seal guarantee to give you the finest essential oils on the planet?
One HUGE reason: they allow visitors to visit their farms. You can even volunteer to help with a planting or harvest!Many Oily Gurus have personally visited Young Living farms and witnessed the quality first hand. This transparency is just one of many reasons you can trust the quality of Young Living.
The Mona, Utah farm has been serving the local and Young Living communities since 1995. Many different plants are harvested here, both to be distilled into pure essential oils for Young Living customers, and also for botanical research.
The land that now makes up the St. Maries farm had never been exposed to chemicals, pesticides or man-made fertilizers prior to Young Living purchasing the property. The now 200-acre farm is an ideal cultivation area for lavender, melissa and tansy.
In 2014 Young Living purchased the land in British Columbia that now makes up the Northern Lights tree farm (Fort Nelson farm). The location is the perfect place to grow and harvest Black Spruce, and as always, Young Living ensures the land stays free of synthetic chemicals and fertilizers.
Nestled a mere 50 miles from the Canadian border, this 250-acre tree farm provides blue spruce, balsam fir, red cedar and pine trees. The spring planting is a crucial reforestation project that exemplifies Young Living’s commitment to sustainable farming.
The Young Living farm is the world’s first cultivated helichrysum in Croatia. Helichrysm is traditionally harvested in the mountains along the Dalmatian coast, but over-exploitation has led to a decimation of the wild harvest.
This farm is located in Provence, a region of France renowned for its beauty, fragrant lavender fields, and summer-long festivals. Young Living takes advantage of this fertile land to grow clary sage, lavender, and einkorn wheat, and they are the only American company to own a lavender farm in France.
Young Living is the first and only company in the world to have permission to export Sacred Frankincense to the West. Young Living also cultivates Commipihora myrrha, the botanical used to distill myrrh, another prized biblical oil at the Oman farm.