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Essential oils are concentrated extracts from plant materials. With organic farming practices, the plant materials have to meet higher quality and purity criteria before they can be labeled “certified organic”. Thus, organic essential oils should be more potent compared to their regular counterparts, because their plant material ingredients are kept purer. You can read a lot more about organic essential oil production here.

GC/MS stands for Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry. It is a scientific analysis that identifies different substances within a batch of oil. It is used for checking the quality of essential oils, and ensuring that there are no synthetic additives, fillers, or other chemicals present in the oil tested.

You can find essential oils at local drug stores, pharmacies, or big box stores. But many of the best essential oil brands don’t sell through smaller retailers. We would recommend buying your essential oils directly from the brand website.