See the World with the 2014 Exotic Oils Collection

1 August 14, 2014 - Archive

If you attended the 2014 International Grand Convention, chances are you got to sample our popular, limited-edition Exotic Oils Collection.


The Exotic Oils Collection is a culmination of Gary Young’s efforts to scour the planet for unique and cutting-edge essential oil discoveries. The collection offers a window to locations all over the globe and includes an exotic passport with photos, scientific information, and everyday uses for each oil. These special kits are limited edition, however, so you should grab one while they last!


For those who haven’t been able to experience these amazing oils yet, we want to share a little about each one of them.



Lippia alba, Chemotype III

Plant Origin: Ecuador

Benefits: Grounding, calming, relaxing, vitalizing


  • Apply to temples, wrists, or back of neck to help settle and calm the body.
  • Apply a drop to your solar plexus to support energy flow.
  • Rub into feet to moisturize the skin.


Idaho Ponderosa PineIdaho Ponderosa Pine

Pinus ponderosa

Plant Origin: Idaho, USA

Benefits: Supportive of skin, emotionally uplifting, empowering, restorative


  • Mix with Frereana Frankincense and massage into joints after vigorous exercise.
  • Pour hot water into a bowl and add a few drops. Lean over the bowl and cover head and the bowl with a towel. Breathe deeply.
  • Put a few drops on a cotton ball and place at the bottom of a trash can or recycling bin to cut down on odors.


White LightWhite Light™ Blend

Abies concolor (White Fir), Pinus strobus (White Pine), Picea glauca (White Spruce), Thuja occidentalis (White Cedar)

Plant Origin: North America

Benefits: Elevating, balancing, harmonizing with nature, awakening


  • Diffuse during a creative activity.
  • Inhale with Hong Kuai before speaking in public or other situations where clarity and confidence are needed.
  • Mix with water in a spritzer and use to freshen linens and carpets.


Frereana Frankincense Frereana Frankincense

Boswellia frereana

Plant Origin: Somalia

Benefits: Cheering, calming, spiritually edifying


  • Apply to joints after vigorous exercise.
  • Apply a drop to temples, behind the ears, or back of the neck to enhance meditation.
  • Diffuse during journal writing.


Jade LemonJade Lemon™

Citrus limon L. var. Eureka

Plant Origin: China

Benefits: Invigorating, energizing, clarifying


  • Place a drop in the palm of the hand, cup hand over mouth and nose, and inhale deeply to enhance focus, improve clarity, and support concentration.
  • Add 10–15 drops to Young Living Bath & Shower Gel Base for a refreshing shower or bath.
  • Put a few drops on a cotton ball and dab on the inside of shoes to freshen them.


Log in to Virtual Office now to add the Exotic Oils Collection to your order and you can try these oils for yourself! What are your favorite uses for oils in this year’s Exotic Oils Collection? Share your comments below—we always love your input!



  • Bobbi Jo Garcia December 16, 2014 - 9:05 pm Reply

    Where can I buy some in pueblo Colorado

    • Katrina Davis March 7, 2015 - 10:30 pm Reply

      Hi Bobbi,
      I am a distributor for YL and live in Pueblo if you are still interested in purchasing oils.

  • Jane Davis December 8, 2014 - 7:07 pm Reply

    would like to order the Exotic Oils Collection (2 of them)

  • blondymk August 18, 2014 - 7:03 am Reply

    I just ordered my Exotic Oils Kit last night. I am so excited to smell and try them.

  • I'malwaysediting August 15, 2014 - 8:06 am Reply

    In the tips for use under the Idaho Ponderosa Pine, I think it is intended to be bottom, not bottle, of a trash can…

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