Simply Whole

Essential Oils

Did You Know?

  • Young Living owns, co-ops, and partners with farms all over the world so that oils have the highest possible quality
  • Farm locations and operations are not confidential and anyone can visit a Young Living farm
  • Gary Young himself personally builds every distiller and trains his distillers in the art of distilling
  • Gary Young began his training on distillation and chromatographic analysis in France in 1985
  • Young Living is the original company for therapeutic oils in the US and is the only company with the Seed to Seal process

Seed to Seal

Step 1: Seed

Visit a Young Living greenhouse as D. Gary Young explains the importance of Seed, the first step of our proprietary Seed to Seal® production process. D. Gary Young describes why Young Living chooses only the best seeds and breaks down the careful method of preparing plant starts. 

 

Step 2: Cultivate

D. Gary Young takes you to the fields of Young Living’s Mona, Utah, farm to describe his dedication to the next step of our proprietary Seed to Seal® production process: Cultivation. D. Gary Young is committed to using superior, sustainable farming methods, without using harmful pesticides or herbicides. 

 

Step 3: Distill

From Young Living’s beginning, D. Gary Young has used a cutting-edge fusion of ancient and modern techniques to distill essential oils. Constant innovation has kept D. Gary Young on top of his field as he seeks to produce the most effective, purest essential oils in the world. 

 

Step 4: Test

Nobody places more importance on testing essential oils than D. Gary Young. Watch as D. Gary Young describes how Young Living tests right on site to ensure the correct composition, ideal distillation period, and effectiveness of newly distilled oils. 

 

Step 5: Seal

D. Gary Young describes the attention to detail involved in the final step of our proprietary Seed to Seal® process. In addition, D. Gary Young shares how visitors to the farm may experience Seed to Seal for themselves, with the opportunity to fill a bottle and label it.