The creation of Bare Oils starts with the best farms around the world, planting high quality plants in nutrient dense organic soil. Our farms must meet US National Organic Standards to be USDA Certified Organic.
Then these plants are meticulously cultivated with no harmful chemicals and harvested at each plant’s peak compound bearing season.
Next, the oils are extracted using steam distillation or cold-pressed without chemicals. We are proud to provide our consumers with oils that come from the 1st distillation or press.
Finally, the oils are bottled in dark glass containers to protect from oxidation and sunlight.
We take pride in every step of Bare Oils’ journey from ‘Soil-to-Oil’ to ensure that our oils are of the highest, therapeutically beneficial quality.
How Bare Oils Work
Because of their antioxidant, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory properties, Bare Oils are nature’s perfect healing, culinary, cleansing, and aromatherapy solutions. Essential oils have a direct and profound effect on the deepest levels of the body and psyche.
That’s why when passing through your sinuses and activating the nerves, the fragrances of the oils enter the brain and can help lower stress levels, relieve pain, improve mood, and quell cravings and nausea. Research has shown that essential oils can powerfully enhance positive mental and emotional states.
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What Does USDA Certified Organic Mean?
The National Organic Program (NOP) monitors and regulates businesses that produce or process agricultural products that are represented as “100% organic,” “made with organic ingredients” and “organic.”
The USDA Organic Certification process ensures the consumer that products bearing the USDA Organic Seal have not come into contact with any harmful chemicals and were harvested or produced according to the standards and regulations set by the USDA.
It takes farmers 3-4 years to obtain a USDA Organic Certification for truly organic essential oils, which cost more and are more difficult to obtain than nonorganic oils.
The organic farmer’s process is a diligent labor of love. It takes time, investment, and expertise—we at YOR Health believe it’s worth it.