Frequently Asked Questions
The Young Living virtual office was redesigned to the new platform that most people are used to today. However, it previously looked exactly like the screenshots that are in this blog, and you can do a simple google search and find old tutorials and instructions from members that showed the old design.
Using the Internet Archive tool, you can see a version of the page back in 2013: https://web.archive.org/web/20130404204447/https://www.youngliving.org/US/vologin.asp
I have received this, and many variations of this over the many months my blog has been available. They certainly make me laugh if nothing else. I’m not sure where these rumors originate, but they always usually involve some element of me working for some competitor trying to slander the company. So, so funny. Notice how my website and blog are still here, and I’ve never once heard from a legal team? It’s because there is nothing untrue about my statements and the evidence posted here. I’m not here to destroy the lives of anyone, I’m simply here to spread the truth, especially as it was tried to be covered up.
Actually, they didn’t. Throughout the whole ordeal (documented in my blog, along with screenshots, backup documentation and e-mail communications) they never had their Research and Analysis team reach out to the lab here in Canada that performed the analysis. I even went as far as giving the lab permission to discuss all testing and results directly with Young Living when they called. They never did. Instead, they issued a complex scientific statement with lots of references in an attempt to confuse the general public. If you actually take the time to go through this statement carefully, and look-up all the references they make, you’ll see it doesn’t actually address the issue of adulteration. When this issue was further pressed to them, they never responded. There was no responsibility taken by them, only denial.
I don’t really recommend any particular brand or company over another anymore. If this whole experience taught me anything, it’s that there is not only 1 source for pure quality essential oils. I’ve tried several brands since my departure from Young Living and the ones I’ve enjoyed the most for my own personal use has been: Rae Dunphy Aromatics (Based out of Canada) and Plant Therapy (Based out of the US). Neither company is an MLM and I am not affiliated with either of them. If you’re interested in finding their products, simply Google them 🙂
Yes! More testing will be completed. Please keep in mind that this is something I run by volunteering my spare time (which has been limited lately) so I don’t know exactly when the next testing will take place, but I will make an announcement to everyone that subscribed to testing updates.