doTERRA is a well-known essential oil company founded by a group of health and business professionals. All of their oils and other products are ethically sourced and manufactured, and they ensure that all of their oils are of the highest quality. In addition, all doterra essential oils are tested using mass spectrometry and gas chromatography, which are techniques used to validate the purity and composition of aromatics and essential oil components. Unfortunately, the link you posted to share the oils you use contains companies that are far less superior to YL and Doterra and if you send those oils for a purity test, I'm afraid the results would be saddened.
In the past, the FDA has criticized doTERRA for claiming that its oils could cure serious diseases such as high cholesterol, Ebola, staph infections and hepatitis C. As for healing claims, the FDA does not allow YL and Doterra members to claim that an oil cures and many publications that share the power of essential oils have been dumbfounded because of this mandatory regulation. If you want an oil for your children or a family member or friend, seriously study doTERRA oils. Each oil smells different but it doesn't affect me the same as Doterra works for me and it doesn't smell like Pine-Sol.
Some of the terminology and labeling that Young Living and doTERRA use to promote their oils are of their own creation. doTERRA states that purity is one of the most important metrics for measuring the quality of an oil, with its own in-house testing program designed to ensure the highest purity of oils. That's not to say that all Young Living and doTERRA representatives aren't qualified to make essential oil recommendations. Young Living Doterra and another oil company (sorry, I don't know the name of that third one) proved to be 100% pure.
I can't talk much about doTERRA, but YL doesn't label any bottle as organic because they have farms all over the world and organic practices are different in many of them, so labeling becomes a big legal problem. I mean, if you look at the doTERRA website, for example, you'll see that they're the ones who point out that a LOT of plant material is needed to make a small amount of essential oil. We like that doTERRA includes a disclaimer informing consumers that its recommendations for internal and topical use have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and that the product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. doTERRA is also venturing into health care, establishing its Prime Meridian Clinics in Nashville, Phoenix, St.
Founded by a group of executives formerly employed by one of doTERRA's main competitors, the group followed the example of its former company and established itself as a multi-level marketing operation.