Young Living Therapeutic Grade Essential Oil vs. Aromatherapy Oils
CAUTION: If an essential oil brand says "for external use only", “not for internal use” or “for aromatherapy only”, I would not use it. Most people have not been educated on the severity of using adulterated essential oils.
I believe that if you can't ingest a product, such as toothpaste, lotion, cream, eye drops, or essential oils, then you should not put it on your skin or inhale it.
If toxic when taken orally, it’s toxic when applied topically.
Just think about the pain patch, smoker patch, or birth control patch, it is like a band-aid. You tape it on your body and the medication absorbs and circulates into your blood stream and throughout your body. See Toxic Chemical sheet at LivingAnointed.com.
Aromatherapy Essential Oils can be bought at health food stores, Target, Bed Bath and Beyond, even Dollar Stores. Furthermore, the FDA has approved Young Living Essential Oils for internal use and given them the designation of GRAS (Generally Regarded As Safe for internal consumption).*
The catchall term "fragrance" is carcinogenic or toxic and has up to 4,000 separate ingredients. It may mask phthalates, which act as endocrine disruptors and may cause obesity and reproductive and developmental harm. Avoid phthalates by selecting essential-oil fragrances instead. Also, “fragrance” may cause neurological damage, affects brain development, alters function and behavioral changes, dizziness, headaches, epileptic-like seizures, itching, nausea, nervous system, and high blood pressure, passing from pregnant mothers to their unborn child.