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The following day (Friday February 26th 2016) I received what appeared to be a fairly standard/generic form response from YL Product Support more or less telling me not to worry and called the whole ordeal a smear campaign by a competitor [copy of their reply can be found by clicking the thumbnail below, or by clicking HERE].Speculation and accusations began running rampant in the Facebook groups and Young Living’s name continued to be dragged through the “mud” so to speak.They sent their samples off to the lab and roughly 2 weeks later received their results. [copies of their reports can be found below for download.You will require a PDF program or app to view them on a computer and mobile device].I contacted a testing laboratory located in Quebec, Canada that specialized in essential oils and natural health products called Phytochemia to obtain pricing and shipping information.To avoid any claims of tampering or sabotage, I logged into my Young Living Virtual Office and placed an order for a bottle of Cinnamon Bark.I had the shipping information changed to the laboratory in Quebec so that Young Living would ship the oil directly to them from the warehouse and there could be no claims of tampering with bottle caps, etc.
Nervously, I opened the attachment and scrolled to the bottom “conclusion” section….”The sample has been adulterated with synthetic cinnamaldehyde, indicated by the presence of phenylpentadienal isomers.
Thursday February 25th 2016 was the day this all started.
As an Aromatherapy student, I spend a lot of time in various aromatherapy/essential oil Facebook groups.
Synthetic linalool may also have been added.” [copy of entire GC/MS report available below.
You will require a PDF reader or app in order to view the PDF files] Cinnamon Bark, Lot # 16121203 Tears filled my eyes as the reality of the situation began to sink in.