EOEOA is a 501(C) (4) non-profit constitutional "Private Membership Association."

Dual Purpose

​Our first purpose is to provide a constitutionally protected environment for our members who are like-minded individuals while educating them about the health benefits of essential oils and other extended health benefits. As a member of the EOEOA it means that an essential oil user or any health care professional has the opportunity to communicate, assemble, educate themselves and enjoy the health freedoms in EOEOA’s "Private Membership Association".

Our second purpose is to provide health care professionals, health care business owners, essential oils business owners or anyone else with a personal, constitutional “Private Membership Association” under EOEOA while enjoying substantially reduced rates.

What is a constitutional organization?

A constitutional organization allows members to lawfully do, in a private domain, things that may not be done for the public. This is completely accomplished within the governing laws of The United States of America; using little-known to most attorneys and the public at large, but totally lawful (not merely “legal”) structures. Private associations are fully supported by international law, specific provisions of the states’ and federal constitutions, domestic law and court decisions.

Constitutional organizations are predicated solely upon people asserting and standing upon their unalienable constitutionally secured perfect rights.

  • Private Associations – "Powerhouses for Change" "The raising of extraordinarily large sums of money, given voluntarily and freely by millions of our fellow Americans, is a unique American tradition... Philanthropy, charity, giving voluntarily and freely... call it what you like, but it is truly a jewel of an American tradition." —John F. Kennedy. Americans have always formed associations to advance civic and social matters. Private associations are the bulwark of a flourishing American democratic society and it is no wonder that the current trend to create associations is so dominant in the culture in the United States. Where ever there is a democratic society, individuals bred in these societies have been forged by the ills and trials of life, so

  • A PMA, Private Membership Association is men and woman collectively asserting and standing upon their unalienable constitutionally secured perfect rights; their un-delegated/reserved authority; their pre-existing claim to absolute authority and control over the health of their own body, mind and spirit and rights (hereinafter collectively referred to simply as “rights”) developed under the laws of the United States made in pursuance of The Constitution for the United States of America, 1789 CE, as amended and ratified by passage of The Bill of Rights in 1791 (hereinafter referred to as “the Constitution”). People that unanimously agree with the terms, conditions, obligations, provisions, principles and purpose set forth in a contract (hereinafter referred to as the “PMA contract”) and who refuse to


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