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.
As I explain my story below, I urge you to keep an open mind and look at all the facts and ask questions.
Distilled spirits such as whiskey or rum are sometimes added to both commercially prepared eggnog and homemade eggnog.Eggnog or eggnog flavoring may also be used in other drinks, such as coffee (e.g.This is the season of death and of spirits, of magic and mystery.It is said that the veil that exists between the world of the dead and the living is at its thinnest during this dark season so this Hallows I have channeled 13 dark potions that can be used ritually as well as fragrantly.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.
What did surprise me, was the very strong insinuation that this particular sample was of Young Living’s cinnamon bark, followed later by pictures of the actual bottle clearly showing the Young Living label.
Immediately I sent a copy of the test report, screenshot of the post and pictures of the unopened bottle to Young Living’s product support [copy of that e-mail can be found by clicking the thumbnail below, or by clicking HERE] as I simply refused to believe any possibility that this could be true.
an "eggnog latte" espresso drink) and tea, or to dessert foods such as egg-custard puddings or eggnog-flavored ice cream.
The Modern Bartender's Guide from 1878 lists many variant names for the drink.
All itens will be released slowly up until Hallows to build the drama and anticipation!