The Sign: The Price
It’s natural to think that the higher priced an essential oil is, the better it must be…..
While high cost doesn’t signify high quality, it’s smart to be wary of an essential oil with a super-low price tag. Essential oils are almost inevitably pricey: It can take a roomful of plant material to fill just one bottle of essential oil, and if the botanical is scarce, it further drives up cost. “Some essential oils—like lavender, rosemary, and sweet orange—are so abundant that they tend to be good no matter what,” Shutes says. “But oils like rose, lemon balm, jasmine, helichrysum, and chamomile varieties should always be very expensive.” Check several sites to get an idea for the normal price of the oil you want.
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