Aromatherapy in a bottle.
We bottle our essential oils for you in one-ounce cobalt bottles with euro droppers for single drop control. We humans have used plant oils for thousands of years for flavoring our foods & perfuming our bodies and homes, as well as for their aromatherapy benefits.
While we strongly believe in the power of aromatherapy, we make no medical claims because we have not applied for FDA approval to do so. Such an endeavor is too costly and we're not doctors.
Fortunately, there are plenty of good sources for researching benefits online. A seller of aromatherapy products should not provide info that could be construed in any way as medical, and vice versa - info providers should not be selling. Yes, you'll find plenty of aromatherapy product sellers providing medical info, but they just haven't been called out by the FDA yet. We'd rather not run the risk, and we're not doctors, so we're not able to give medical advice.
Sources claiming that essential oil "grades" exist, such as therapeutic, are referring to registered trademark terminology being used as a selling gimmick. Essential oils have no grading system, but there are differences in quality among suppliers. We are very picky about our suppliers and over the years have narrowed our choice of suppliers very selectively.
Essential oils are very highly concentrated. We strongly advise against the use of essential oils straight on the skin or mucous membrane areas of the body (eyes, digestive tract, down "there", etc). Always dilute in skin-safe carrier oil for topical use. While some food companies use essential oils in flavoring things like gum or chocolate or soda or water, those oils are very, very diluted. One drop of EO in eight gallons of water may be weak enough to drink. One drop in a glass of water is WAY too strong, and is NOT diluted enough to be safe for the mucous membranes.
Consult a doctor if you are pregnant, lactating, or suffering health problems. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool dark area.