Why Are Some Essential Oils So Expensive? (Live Video Replay)
In Episode 3 of A Better Way to Thrive that aired April 6, 2019, Amber N. asks:
Why is the EO Melissa so expensive? Lemon Balm is the same thing as Melissa right? It grows like crazy at my house where I have planted it. It spreads like mint. I just wonder why the oil from a plant that is so prolific would be so expensive.
This is a very thoughtful question and one I wondered about for years, too. Watch below to learn about three factors that go into essential oil pricing.
- 0:00, Introduction and subscriber question
- 1:25, Factor 1: General production costs
- 3:37, Factor 2: Plant rarity
- 5:24, Factor 3, Amount of volatile oil in plant
- 8:45, Buying tips and concluding help
- Essential Oils: Separating Truth from Myth
- Suggested essential oil brands
- The 5 Most Important Essential Oils You Need to Get a Strong Start
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