Source to you

You and your family deserve only the most pure, potent, and effective oils on earth. doTERRA takes great pride in sourcing them to you.

Growers

The doTERRA Difference

While others in the essential oil industry cut corners during the planting, growing, and harvesting process, or even try to “extend” pure oils by adding less expensive ingredients, doTERRA is uncompromisingly selective.

Sourcing Where
Plants Thrive Most

In order to work with committed partners and to ensure the best growing conditions, doTERRA sources essential oils from across the globe. With an ever-expanding product line that includes over 100 different essential oils sourced from over 40 nations, doTERRA truly offers Earth’s best gifts.

While the temptation for a company as large as doTERRA may be to buy large plots of land and mass produce oils, doTERRA places great value on the expert knowledge of local farmers—many of whom have nurtured essential oil plants for generations. doTERRA recruits their expertise into a Global Botanical Network and, in so doing, responsibly supports thousands of jobs around the world.

Special and Sweet

doTERRA’s extensive sourcing partnerships empower doTERRA to produce exclusive, proprietary oils and blends that preserve the purity and potency of each plant. Ninety-six percent of doTERRA single oils and oil blends are exclusive, ensuring that essential oil users receive a product that is truly special and sweet.

CoImpact Sourcing Logo

When doTERRA looks for sourcing partnerships, we deliberately choose locations where we can improve the individual, social, economic, and environmental well-being, while producing the highest quality essential oils.

As many of our essential oils grow best in developing countries, doTERRA is in a unique position to build and support ethical supply chains that benefit rural communities in need.

Oftentimes, experienced essential oil farmers, harvesters, growers, and distillers in underdeveloped areas are paid unfairly or taken advantage of, limiting their ability to escape poverty. Co-Impact Sourcing provides the tools needed to help lift these families and communities out of poverty and promote economic development. doTERRA adheres to additional Sourcing Guiding Principles when working in developing nations.

Sourcing Guiding Principles

We go to the ends of the earth to find the most experienced growers in ideal environments, utilizing our eight Sourcing Guiding Principles to ensure we get the highest quality oils and enrich lives in the process.

doTERRA seeks to reduce poverty through generating ethically responsible employment in essential oil production. By creating and sustaining jobs in rural and underdeveloped areas, doTERRA supports marginalized workers and small-scale producers in developing countries and seeks to enable them to move from income insecurity and poverty to economic self-sufficiency.

Brazil

Wild Orange

doTERRA sources Wild Orange essential oil from Brazil.

Cold pressed from the peel, Wild Orange is one of doTERRA’s top selling essential oils due to its energizing aroma and multiple health benefits. Wild Orange enhances any essential oil blend with a fresh, sweet, refreshing aroma.

Amazon rainforest

Copaiba

Harvesting Copaiba can be extremely labor intensive and difficult as the harvesters must carefully slice the Amazon rainforest trees to extract Copaiba.

Copaiba essential oil is derived from the resin of the copaiba tree which can grow upwards of more than 100 feet and can be found in tropical South America.

Italy

Lemon & Bergamot

Lemon and Bergamot are harvested from Italy and are extracted from the rinds (peels).

Haiti

Vetiver

doTERRA launched a Co-Impact Sourcing Initiative in the Haitian commune of Les Cayes. This Co-Impact Sourcing Initiative aims to solve the issue of disorganization among farmers, by forming cooperatives.

Paraguay

Petitgrain

Petitgrain oil has been a part of the Paraguayan heritage for centuries due to the abundance of rain and land to grow it on.

Previously, there was a low demand for Petitgrain, but doTERRA’s interest in it has sparked an interest amongst farmers and re-ignited their desire to get involved in the Petitgrain industry again.

Guatemala

Cardamom

Most of the world’s supply of cardamom is grown for the spice market, with only one percent of cardamom distilled for its essential oil.

The market is so unstable and saturated with middlemen that farmers have a hard time making enough money to be able to sustain quality cardamom production.

Source to you

You and your family deserve only the most pure, potent, and effective oils on earth. doTERRA takes great pride in sourcing them to you.