doTERRA Wintergreen Oil- Nepal and the doTERRA Essential Oil Difference

doTERRA® is committed to providing you with high quality Wintergreen essential oil. We’ve searched the globe for the perfect place to grow and harvest it—finally landing in Nepal. Through the Co-Impact Sourcing® initiative, doTERRA has been able to create more jobs for Wintergreen growers and harvesters in Nepal. When doTERRA looks for sourcing partnerships, we deliberately choose locations where we can improve individual, social, economic, and environmental well-being, while still producing the highest quality essential oils. Often times, experienced essential oil farmers, harvesters, growers, and distillers in underdeveloped areas are paid unfairly or taken advantage of. Co-Impact Sourcing provides the tools needed to help lift these families and communities out of poverty and promote economic development. Through the harvesting of Wintergreen essential oil, doTERRA has provided the Nepalese people with job opportunities and hope after suffering a massive earthquake. Since partnering with doTERRA, many of our growers have been able to rebuild their homes, better provide for their families, and send their children back to school. That’s why we’re so passionate about Nepal Wintergreen, and we’re sure you will be too. The main chemical component of Wintergreen essential oil is methyl salicylate. Methyl salicylate is a rare organic chemical that is naturally found in only two plants across the world—birch and wintergreen. This chemical contains both soothing and renewing properties. This makes Wintergreen a great product to use after a long day to sooth your muscles. We recommend adding one to two drops to warm bath water to enjoy the soothing benefits. Wintergreen is also a great product to use for massage, and can be used after a workout to aid in renewing the body and mind. Thank you for continuing to support our local growers and harvesters in Nepal through your purchase of Wintergreen essential oil. For more information on Co-Impact Sourcing, visit:…


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