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    This past Summer, 2003, I took a trip to Mona Utah to visit the Young Living Farms. I was so impressed my the immensity of this organic farm, which produces organic therapeutic essential oils. Young Living is the only company in the world that is growing from seed, harvesting, distilling, producing, formulating, testing, packaging, and marketing essential oils. As I listened to Gary Young the founder of the company give a lecture on the distilling process, and the purity of these oils, I was so happy that I was here. I understood the importance of a company with integrity, that can ensure you that what ever goes out of their warehouse is therapeutic. They were harvesting chamomile and I could see the process that is involved in distilling an oil. This is a great farm. Come and enjoy my photo album! I have included some more photos of the farms across the work too for you to enjoy! I have been to YL's farm in Mona several more times since 2003 and love it each time I go. Planning again this summer, 2014 for the 20th Year Anniversary of the company.

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