Some of brands I have tested are evaporated faster than others. A lot of people don't know but this depends on the cluster size of the oils. An essential oil grown in the summer can have a different cluster size than an oil grown at the end of the peak season.

The best way to tell how volatile an oil is is to infuse it that will last about 4 hours. See my video below of putting the infused sticker under the bottle. This makes them about 10 times as more volatile. Try this with rose oil like I did. The oil smells about 3 times as strong and potent. As the cluster size of the oil is smaller, we can smell more of the oil.

If you are using a blended oil, and there are top, middle and base notes, sometimes the middle note beomes stronger than the top note if the middle note was infused before blending it.

​Another way to test the oils to see how volatile they will probably be, so if you get claims from many different companies that their oils evaporate the quickest, you can use the laser test to at least test the voltage of the oil without opening up the bottle.

Usually oils with a higher voltage will be more volatile than those with a lower voltage.

See laser video of me testing the oils with lasers. I can feel which oil is the strongest. Many companies will let you return their oils without a restocking fee as long as you haven't opened the bottles. If I am going to try a new brand, I always test the feeling I get from the laser with the oil next to it next to my favorite brand to see the difference.

This is good to do when all the companies you might talk to that claim they have the best most purist oil. I have yet to see one company say their oils are not volatile or that they cut their oils 20% or whatever. It's time someone tests them and becomes self sufficient without relying on all these claims of being the best brand.

​I urge everyone to buy oils from several companies and test them before opening up the bottle. I will provide free of charge the tools needed to do this for anyone wanting to experiment with this.

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