The Young Living farms and distilleries allow Young Living Essential Oils to maintain its position as the world’s leading grower, distiller, and provider of pure, potent essential oils.
On Young Living farms, the cultivation, harvesting, and distillation processes of each batch of essential oils are carefully controlled. Extensive laboratory testing and independent audits are conducted to ensure Young Living’s quality exceeds industry standards. Experimentation performed on Young Living farms helps guarantee the consistent quality of Young Living essential oils, and allows for increased research and development opportunities.
Discover where the world’s purest oils originate.
St. Maries, Idaho, USA
Young Living’s St. Maries farm in northern Idaho, U.S., is a beautiful plot of land surrounded by evergreen forest. Far from the pollution of urban centers, this farm is located where there is minimal risk of contamination from aerial pesticide spraying and irrigation runoff from neighboring farms. The pure soil and climate make St. Maries an ideal location for harvesting lavender, melissa, and tansy.
Whispering Springs Farm in Mona, Utah, USA
Extending nearly 1,600 acres, the Whispering Springs Farm is home to the largest privately owned essential oil distillery in the world. Many different plants are harvested here for both our world market and for research.
Highland Flats Tree Farm in Naples, Idaho, USA
Since 2000, Highland Flats has hosted our annual winter harvest, where distributors can join us in harvesting balsam fir, Western red cedar, and pine trees. Distributors may also participate in the farm’s annual spring reforestation project to replace the harvested trees.
Known for its rolling hills and farms of fragrant lavender, the region of Provence, France, is home to the only American-owned lavender farm in the country. This region of France is renowned for its beauty, fresh-food crops, fragrant lavender fields, and summer-long festivals. This farm produces lavender, lavandin, rosemary, and clary sage.
Since 2005, Young Living has used the Ecuador farm to harvest and distill eucalyptus blue, dorado azul, zaragosa, lemongrass, rosa morta, oregano, ylang ylang, basil, and many more. The Ecuador farm’s state-of-the-art distillery is the largest in South America.
In 2010, Gary acquired farm acreage in Oman for cultivating Boswellia sacra. Now, for the first time in centuries, this precious oil is being distilled in Oman, and Young Living is the first and only company in the world to obtain permission to export it to the Western world.
After much investigation and interaction with government officials, Young Living has purchased more than 3,400 acres of wild Amazon rain forest, where we are building a distillery, researching wild-crafiting of native plants and trees, and distiling them to produce essential oils for Young Living.
Fort Nelson, British Columbia, Canada
Purchased in 2014, our Northern Lights farm grows and will soon distill black spruce, ledum, yarrow, and other botanicals. As part of our commitment to sustainability, this scenic farm will also be the site of continuous reforestation of the trees we harvest, including the black spruce trees, which are curicial for our popular Valor essential oil blend.
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