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First of all…

We love dōTERRA because of how they choose to source the oils indigenously from their natural habitat while using ethical, sustainable practices and supporting farmers.

Co-impact sourcing is environmentally and socially responsible sourcing and is a step above and beyond fairtrade. 

dōTERRA (CPTG) Certified Pure Tested Grade® essential oils represent the safest, purest, and most beneficial essential oils available today.

They are gently and skillfully distilled from plants that have been patiently harvested at the perfect moment by experienced growers from around the world for ideal extract composition.

They do not contain fillers or artificial ingredients that would dilute their active qualities.

Proper extraction and quality control methods also ensure that dōTERRA’s essential oils are free of any contaminants such as pesticides or other chemical residues.

In addition to being 100% pure and natural, dōTERRA’s essential oils are subjected to further quality testing that ensures the correct composition of the active natural compounds found in each oil. 

Even though an essential oil may be 100% pure, if the right species or part of a plant has not been used, or if the plant has not been grown in the right environment or harvested at the right time, or if it has not been distilled under the right conditions, the natural chemical makeup of the extraction will not provide as predictable and powerful a benefit.

In some cases, the wrong plant harvested at the wrong time may result in an extract that contains harmful levels of some constituents. 

Anything less than certified pure, tested-grade essential oil may not produce the desired results and can, in some cases, be extremely toxic.


Arborvitae - Canada

Basil – USA
Cinnamon – Indonesia
Cypress – Crete
Eucalyptus – Australia

Fennel - Egypt
Frankincense – The Somalian Region
Geranium – China
Ginger – Sri Lanka
Grapefruit – USA
Helichrysum – Corsica
Lavender – France & Bulgaria
Lemon – Italy
Lemongrass – India

Lemon Myrtle - Australia

Marjoram – Hungary
Melissa – Bulgaria

Myrrh – Ethiopia
Oregano – Turkey
Patchouli – Indonesia
Peppermint – Washington State

Pettigrain - Paraguay
Rose – Bulgaria
Rosemary – Morocco
Sandalwood – India

Spikenard - Nepal

Tea Tree – Australia
Thyme – Germany
Vetiver – Haiti
White Fir – Austria
Wild Orange – Dominican Republic
Wintergreen – Nepal
Ylang Ylang – Madagascar

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