Essential oils are one of my “must haves” because it offers so many benefits. Containing the “essence of the plant”, they offer “comfort, uplift your mind and focus your thoughts”. I have collected a few essential bottles from popular companies but recently made the decision to use and promote my favorite, Rocky Mountain Essential Oils. Why?
GC/MS tested for Quality. “GC/MS is the analysis method of choice for smaller and volatile molecules such as benzenes, alcohols and aromatics, and simple molecules such as steroids, fatty acids, and hormones. It can also be applied towards the study of liquid, gaseous and solid samples.
There are many advantages to using GC/MS for compound analysis, including its ability to separate complex mixtures, to quantify analytes, and to determine trace levels of organic contamination.” (ThermoFisher Scientific)
Rocky Mountain Oils provides customers with a batch number found under the bottle, to reference safety test results from a third-party independent lab. Having access to this information gives me a peace of mind.
Affordability. On a tight budget, I find myself saving more money with this company. The difference is significant enough to make me take notice. In addition to their sale promotions, I can save money or spend more on other essential items for the health of my family. But I leave this up to you for comparison!
Education. Rocky Mountain Oils has a menu titled, “Learn”. It’s filled with various sections from the company’s history, to Essential oils 101, kids safety, and product guides, just to name a few. What I found even more helpful is the company’s user-friendly website.
Simplicity. You shop. Enter items into your cart. When you’re ready to checkout, you can login to earn points or check out as a guest. There’s no pressure for membership or membership fees. You can pay by credit card, PayPal, or Amazon pay.
Non-MLM company. This means they are not a multi-level company like Avon, Tupperware, etc.… This is where you get your family and friends to sign up and sell stuff and get their friends to sell stuff, so everyone makes a commission. You have parties etc.…
As a caregiver my main focus is giving care for my son and writing and sharing my thoughts with others for spiritual and physical well-being. So, on my site, you will find links to Rocky Mountain Oils and if you decide to buy, I get a small percentage for commission. That’s it. I will make recommendations that have helped me and my family and it’s your choice to buy.
Simplicity in life is often the best way to go.