Essential oils are amazing evolutionary bi-products of the plants around us. They are made up of volatile molecules that contribute to fragrance and taste. These oils are housed in small sacks on the plants themselves and can be used to attract insects for pollination, ward against micro-organisms and even allow plants to “talk” to each other and say that predators are coming. For an oil to be called “essential oil,” it has to have been separated via steam distillation or expression, unadulterated, and genuine.
There are many ways to use essential oils that include:
1. Aromatherapy Massage: The most popular way to use essential oils is through massage. Properly dilute your oil in a carrier oil as a base and begin massaging to release tension and relieve anxiety.
2. Bath: Adding 6-10 drops to a warm bath can create a relaxing and therapeutic experience.
• Inhalation: Add your essential oil to a diffuser of your choice. Sit back, relax, and breathe in deeply
We recommend a drop of essential oil or two per teaspoon of carrier oil.
We believe that it is important to keep in mind that essential oils are highly concentrated volatile compounds, which means they can be potentially toxic to pets at certain concentrations. Cats can be especially sensitive to essential oils. What is safe for you to use may not necessarily be safe to use on or near your pet as your pet can inadvertently inhale, lick, or ingest these essential oils. Your pet can react differently to these substances than you do, so it is important that you talk to your veterinarian before using them around your pets.
When storing your oils, the most important things to consider are heat and light. The cooler you keep your oils, and the less they are in the light, the longer they will last. Some people even use their refrigerators! Always make sure to tightly seal your oils to avoid oxidation, as this can fundamentally change your oil.
This depends on a lot of different factors.

1. How is oil stored?
2. How often do you open the bottles ?
3. What is the chemical makeup of the oil?
Generally speaking, oils made up mostly of monoterpenes (Citrus) have a much shorter shelf life than most oils 1-3 years. While Lavender and those with a more complex chemical makeup can last 3-4 years. The expected shelf life of our oils can be found on the individual oil pages.
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