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  • Keep out of eyes, ears, and nose

  • Dilute with a carrier oil when used topically (see recommended chart)

  • Avoid citrus oils on skin prior to sun exposure

  • Follow all label directions

  • Use extra procaution with children, pets, elderly and those with compromised immune systems

  • In a diffuser

  • Add to bath water

  • Rub on hands and inhale

  • Steam tent (bowl, towel, boiled water)

  • Placed topically under nose

Basic* safety guidelines include:

There's loads of research to support the therapeutic benefits of Essential Oils, but my specialty is empowering others about how to choose...and use... them safely.

Topically (Neat or Diluted with carrier oil)

  • Dilute for children and sensitive skin

  • Bottom of the feet

  • Reflex and meridian points (spine, ears, temples)

  • Specific targeted areas of concern



The above information is from


These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.

Best ways to use your essential oils:

All essential oils are NOT created equal (and some can be VERY dangerous!)

Most people believe that there must be some governing agency or industry regulations to make sure what is available for consumption is safe. Sadly, that's not the case. The government offers "suggested guidelines" and classifies things as GRAS (generally regarded as safe), but that is it.


Anyone out to make a buck, and doesn't understand or care how potentially dangerous they can be if they contain certain fillers or pesticides or just not what the label says, can put whatever they want inside and what ever they want on the label. Sourcing and processing are key.


Many doterra CPTG* oils can be taken internally

**Always check with manufacturer or safety guidelines

* Everybody is different. Essential oils, used safely, are a blessing to many people. But like anything else, you must do  

 your own research or talk with a professional, especially if you using oils when pregnant, on medication, have a

 compromised immune system, sensitive skin, etc.