What Are Young Living's Vitality Oils?

9:44:00 PM Laura at Fantastically Four 0 Comments

What's with all the Vitality?

Young Living's line of Vitality oils are still 100% pure therapeutic-grade essential oils. They are the same ones customers have been diffusing, applying, and generally enjoying for decades. So why all the vitality?

Labeling their food-friendly oils this way meets the requirements of the FDA to be able to market them specifically for internal use. Young Living has free reign to refer to Vitality oils as supplements and address how to use these essential oils in cooking. Customers have been taking these oils for health benefits and cooking with them for a long time, and this new line and labeling just makes it a little easier to talk about that and encourage using them that way.

So, Young Living's Rosemary essential oil and their Rosemary Vitality oil is the same product inside. You can choose to go with the Vitality oil if you want to keep it with your seasonings and use it your cooking, for example. As a Young Living enthusiast, any time I refer to using essential oils internally, I'll mention the Vitality line.

Here's a complete list, broken down by categories created by Young Living to help you sort through them all.

For those of you just getting acquainted with Young Living and looking at the Premium Starter Kit, you will receive five different Vitality oils: Peppermint, Lemon, Copaiba, Thieves, and DiGize. I hope this clears up any confusion about these awesome, therapeutic-grade essential oils.

So, of course, you can use any oil in the Vitality line for cooking and taking small amounts internally for a short period of time. Because I'm an aromatherapy student, I'm personally focused on the aromatic use of all essential oils in particular, whether in inhalation or topical application. That being said, I would be lost without being able to add a drop of Lemon Vitality to my muffin batter!


All information on a drop of lavender is informative in nature and not to be construed as medical advice. I am not a doctor or medical professional, but I am passionate about aromatherapy and the safe use of essential oils.