Essential Oils Bath Products: Thieves Soap

Theives oil and the Theives line of products continue to be one of the most popular categories offered by Young Living Essential Oils. The reason is the results people are experiencing with them. Personally, Theives oil, Immune Defense and Thieves cleaner (for everything including vegetables) are in the must have category.  In the colder months when colds and flu seem to be more prevalent, Thieves oil and cleaners are a great first line of defense. 

A question was raised in the  forum about Theives bar soap and it’s effectiveness as a facial soap.  Here are the answers: 

“I have two bars of Thieves soap in the bathroom.. One in the shower
and one at the washstand. Use both daily, no other facial cleanser seems needed.
.. I use the Thieves bar soap for everything. It is my morning 
face soap. I think it works great. I think it cleans really well…..
 I use either ART moisturizers or Sandlewood Face Moisturizer after
washing, so dryness has not been a problem at all. I would totally
recomend getting it. …. The Thieves bar lasts a good 3+ months for me.
I love the Thieves bar soap. ”

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Essential Oils Christmas Promotion

2008 Holiday Promotion—The Gift that Keeps on Giving!

To celebrate the holidays, Young Living is excited to announce a promotion that will make your holidays merry straight through the New Year. If you spend 250 PV on a single order during the month of November, you’ll receive a free Peace & Calming® essential oil and a free Joy™ essential oil. If you spend 300 PV on a single order during November, you’ll receive your free oils plus a bounce back coupon worth 10% off a single purchase in January.

Be sure to take advantage of this tremendous offer and enjoy our gift to you!

Promotional Details
To Qualify:

  • Offer valid from November 1, 2008, through November 30, 2008.
  • Spend 250 PV on a single order and receive one 15 ml Peace & Calming and one 15 ml Joy.
  • Spend 300 PV on a single order and receive one 10% bounce back coupon in addition to one 15 ml Peace & Calming and one 15 ml Joy.
  • 10% bounce back coupons will be shipped with 300+ PV orders.
  • Limit one free 15 ml Peace & Calming and one free 15 ml Joy per account.

To Redeem Bounce Back Coupon:

  • Bounce back coupon valid for redemption January 1, 2009, through January 31, 2009.
  • Bounce back coupon discount will be automatically applied to first order in January (includes Essential Rewards orders) of $2,000 or less.
  • Not valid on Essential Rewards point orders.
  • One bounce back coupon may be redeemed per account.
  • PV will be reduced 10% on discounted order.

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About Fructose and Fructose In Young Living Essential Oils Products

Fructose is a natural simple sugar found in fruits, honey, and
vegetables. In its pure form, fructose has been used as a sweetener
since the mid 1850s and has advantages for certain groups, including
people with diabetes and those trying to control their weight. Of
course, fructose has been consumed for centuries in foods we still
eat. It is known as a simple sugar because it is a single sweetening
molecule. Fructose is also known as a monosaccharide.

High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is also a sweetener and is used to
sweeten foods and beverages. However, HFCS is not the same as
fructose. HFCS is a mixture of fructose and glucose, made by an
enzymatic process from glucose syrup from corn. The most common
forms are HFCS-42 and HFCS-55, which contain 42% fructose (and 58%
glucose) or 55% (and 45% glucose) . Table sugar (sucrose) has 50%
fructose (and 50% glucose) and so is very similar to HFCS.

Misinformation about fructose recently appeared in the media. This
misinformation alleges obesity and negative health consequences from
the consumption of HFCS and fructose. Many incorrectly use the
terms “fructose” and “HFCS” interchangeably, confusing the public as
well as health and nutrition professionals. It is important to be
aware of the differences between these sweeteners.

Unlike table sugar or HFCS, fructose does not cause a rapid rise and
subsequent large fall in blood glucose levels, which means it has a
low glycemic load or glycemic index (GI). Glycemic index (glycemic
load per gram carbohydrate) is a measure of how carbohydrates affect
blood glucose concentrations. As expected, glucose itself has a high
value because it is rapidly absorbed into the blood stream; its GI or
glycemic load per gram is 100. In contrast, the glycemic load per
gram fructose is only 19, while that of table sugar is 65

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Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils

by MARC SCHREUDER, Young Living 

Marc is a master researcher. He has been working with Gary Young, founder of Young Living Essential Oils  for many years.

The Young Living therapeutic-grade standard goes beyond organic in purity, scope, and potency. Young Living applauds the ever-growing demand for goods prepared using organic, sustainable, and “green” growing practices. We have long championed cutting-edge natural, organic and low-impact farming and manufacturing methods (i.e. returning distilled compost and bioactivity to our fields). These methods are essential in our efforts to produce pure essential oils free from contaminants often introduced by chemical pesticides, fertilizers, etc.

On the other hand, we have found that “certified organic” does not guarantee that a plant and the oil it produces will be totally free from problems nor that it will meet our standards. It’s the sad state of the world that even the best organic farms can be contaminated by toxins, like heavy metals, already in the soil and those still being introduced by polluted air and water.

In our experience what ensures 100 percent purity is our own comprehensive, rigorous, and expert analysis of the finished oil. We would prefer to skip these costly measures and trust a governmental agency to guarantee purity, but it wouldn’t be prudent to leave something so important in less experienced hands.Furthermore, for Young Living’s therapeutic-grade standard freedom from toxins, heavy metals, and chemicals is just the beginning.

Equally important is an oil’s optimal therapeutic profile of beneficial phytochemicals, antioxidants, and other constituents. Our focus on activity and results is what guarantees our customers the bioactivity, potency, and living energy whereon we have built our unrivaled reputation.

Sometimes we utilize herbs that are “certified organic,” but as often as not we must include herbs that do not and can not fit in the current scope of this standard. Sometimes the best herbs are cultivated in climates and countries where organic certification is still decades away, such as frankincense. Sometimes the best herbs aren’t farmed but achieve their optimal potency growing in the wild for example Palo Santo. The Young Living therapeutic-grade standard embraces all of these opportunities which is why we remain convinced that we go beyond all existing world standards– including organic.

COMMENT FROM NANCY SANDERSON: (Gary Young’s sister)Young Living does go beyond organic in purity.One of Young Living’s defining attributes is that they take quality so seriously that they actually own and operate their own farms and steam extraction equipment. They have operations on three continents, including Europe, South America, and North America that produce the finest  essential oils on earth. Again, no other vendor is more fanatical on quality.

Young Living’s founder, Gary Young, has spent twenty-three years acquiring knowledge on herb cultivation and proper essential oil distillation and has worked with the foremost world experts on essential oil including Daniel Penoel, MD, Jean-Claude Lapraz, MD, Radwan Farag, PhD, and countless others. Moreover, Sue Chao, MS, the director of quality control and director of Young Living’s chemistry lab, has spent over a decade working with Gary Young and other researchers to refine and develop the unique Young Living therapeutic-grade standard. Every year, Gary and YL staff travel across the world to personally inspect essential oil distilleries and herb cultivation to ensure the highest medicinal quality.A little known fact is that Young Living rejects 72 percent of all essential oils eceived for analysis. Theseoils are found to be extended, adulterated, or sub-therapeutic. It is a sad fact that all of these rejected oils will eventually be sold and marketed by other less discerning buyers at a lower price.

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