So is Dr. Young from Young Living Essential Oils. Not only does the company prescribe the use and overuse of essential oils, which is dangerous, but they claim cures that are non existent. One such woman believed Dr. Young and died of breast cancer though she believed the essential oil therapy would cure her. Dr. Young's clinics only accept cash, so there is no accountabliltiy trail.
Time and time again, when analyzed for purity, Young Living essential oils have been found to be only partially essential oil with added fragrance oil and carrier oils to dilute the quality and save on costs to the company. Yet, they tell their buyers, folks like you and I who are scammed into a pyramid marketing scheme on top of misinformation, that the oils are farm to finish from the company. False right off the bat, that is, because they are in the USA and many of the oils they "produce" cannot be grown in the USA. Having been debunked over that the new claim is that they own the farms from where the oils are procured, but that too is false because many of the plants are grown in the wild.
Yet, still, and why do people get duped by these companies. Dr. Young killed his own baby in a home birth, where he acted as the midwife and left the baby in a pool of water too long where it drowned. He has been convicted of operating under a false MD license and then under a false ND (naturopathic doctor) license, but that license was obtained from a university that prints documents for a large fee and little paperwork. How is it that people follow such a man? He is charismatic, true, but a right out liar who is teaching the wrong messages regarding essential oils and people are blindly following him. Even in my own little town out here in the frozen quite far north, people are buying the story and the essential oils and believing in the lies the movies and flyers post. I would like to help them, but how? Where does one start to show them that yes, essential oils are medicine, but no, Young Living Essential Oils are not therapeutic grade , should not be taken internally or used full strength on the skin and are harmful in large quantities. And Young Living Essential oils are crap! There are tons of independent studies on Young Living essential oils and they have been shown to be adulterated and less than pure. The owner is a criminal operating under a fraudulent credential and should be stopped before true harm is done, if you do not already count the people who have died using his products.
This is one commentary by a real doctor that might begin to open the eyes of the supporters if they would only read it and begin to do some research on their own, not propoganda from the company. Doterra is an offshoot company of Young Living. Some employees saw how easy it was to lie and cheat and decided to break away from Young Living and start their own misrepresentation of an essential oil company modeled on the Young Living fiasco.
I believe in essential oils. They are the true essence of the plant in a molecule and harness all the goodness. Because they are so concentrated, only a drop or two in a dilution of carrier oil or water is all that is necessary and most should never be used on or in the presence of young children, whose senses are just beginning to develop. Oversensitization, allergies, and respiratory problems can result from exposure to concentrated essential oils in adults. In a small body of a child, those same concentrations are ten fold, so one can see that the harm has potential. These three articles are just a few of many that will begin to tell you the truth about Young Living and DoTerra essential oils and their false claims. Please read them and share. And do NOT support those companies. For your sake and for those who do not have the inquisitive intelligence that you do, please do not buy or use essential oils in the manner these companies instruct you to. That is dangerous and false.
Thanks for reading. Now, the rest is up to you.