Essential Oil Saturdays#4 - Single vs Blends
This is the fourth post in my series on Essential Oils. Today we are focusing on the difference between a single oils and blends.
Single oils are just that - an isolated oil from one source type: extracted from one flower variety or one specific herb/plant variety. (I want to be clear, by using the word "one" I am NOT suggesting that an entire bottle of oil comes from one flower - I mean one type/variety of flower/plant). Single oils are used when you can narrow down your benefit goal to a specific problem. Each oil has it's own list of possible benefits (which we will feature in future posts). Click HERE to view over 80 single essential oils available from Young Living.
This too is obvious - "Blends" are a mixture of single essential oils. You can either mix your own or purchase special blends from Young Living like: "Thieves" or "PanAway" (and many more - click HERE to view some Blends). The benefit goal is more vague with essential oil blends because they cover a wider range of possible benefits.
If you are interested in purchasing some Essential Oil products then please use this number: 10283796 and click HERE to view items.
Every Saturday I will share something from my own experience or feature one specific essential oil and share with you any information that I have found through online research. If you are regular to this blog then you know that I am NOT "pushy" when it comes to selling - I just enjoy sharing anything that I have found helpful. However, if you are interested in buying from "Young Living Essential Oils" we would be so appreciative if you would use this number: 10283796 (it is my sister's membership number & she will receive a small commission - Thank you)
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