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Relief is a blend that is intended help release tension headaches, sore muscles, injuries, emotional upheaval, rheumatic conditions, spasms, and trauma. It is also helpful in relieving respiratory and digestive complaints.
Helichysum (Helichysum italicum) Sore muscles, reduces joint pain, scar tissue, skin regenerative, and calming to the nerves, helps with bruising and swelling.
Sweet BIrch (Betula lenta) Known for its naturally occurring methyl salicylates (pain-relieving properties) for aches and pains, joint discomfort. Birch smells like my grandparents medicine cabinet but offers an uplifting aroma that clears the senses and helps bring hope to dis-ease.
Roman Chamomile (Anthemis nobilis) Soothing to the emotions (panic, anger, fear, shock). It is antispasmodic for cramping. Helps with sprains, strains, achey joints. Relieves Itchy skin. Promotes relaxation and rest.
Lavender (Lavendula spp.) Sedative, anxiolytic (used to reduce anxiety) and mood modulator. Anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and insecticidal. Pain-relieving. Digestive aid, anti-depressant and aphrodisiac. Improves sleep patterns. Helps restlessness, insomnia, inflammation, and can have a stabilizing and calming effect on hyperactivity, anxiety, hysteria. Supports the respiratory, circulatory, and immune system.
*Lemongrass (Cymbopogon flexuous) Its anti-inflammatory properties soothes muscles and tendons and its anti-fungal properties are great for ring-worm and athletes foot as well as a host of other things related to germs and bacteria. Lemongrass helps bring down fevers and promotes healthy digestion acting as an overall tonic to the body. It repel insects. Anti-depressant.
Marjoram (Origanum majorana) -Assists the nervous system in reducing anxiety and emotional struggles. Pain relieving for fevers, colds, spasms, overexertion, inflammation, toothaches, headaches, joints, and muscle tension.
Yarrow The Latin name Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) shares the same name with the Greek hero Achilles who injured his ankle during the Trojan War. He used the herb yarrow to heal his tendon and association stuck. The respiratory, digestive, circulatory, and reproductive systems benefit from this essential oil. Pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory. Insect repellent.
Peppermint (Mentha piperita) Cools the senses, aids headaches, digestion, fevers, expectorant for coughs, liver tonic, insect repellant, and digestive helper (motion sickness and nausea, irritable colon), calms the nerves and sharpens mental focus. Analgesic (pain relieving for general complaints and pms).
How to use- Do a patch test to check for sensitivity when using essential oil blends on the skin.
1) State your intention- "I gently release and open to the loving power of self-healing."
2) Shake the bottle, open it, and gently tap the blend onto the palm of your hand. Proceed by massaging "Heal Thyself Relief" onto the neck shoulders, down your spine, and bottoms of your feet. Or you can simply apply it to pain specific areas. Only a few drops are needed.
3) Suggested use in foot bath (3-4 drops) or bath (2-3 drops)
4) With a hot or cold compress use 4-6 drops, apply the compress to location avoiding open cuts, wounds, or mucous membranes.
For a deeper understanding of the ideology of 'Healing Thyself with Relief' read the blog Heal Thyself-Rest Relief, Nurture, Strength
Organic, wildcrafted, non-sprayed essential oils of Helichyrsum (Helichyrsum italicum), Sweet Birch (Betula lenta), Roman Chamomile (Anthemis nobilis), Lavender (Lavendula spp), *Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus), Marjoram (Origanum majorana), Yarrow (Achillea millefolium), and Peppermint (Mentha piperita) in organic jojoba oil.
Safety: Always use in moderation. Do not ingest. Avoid mucous membranes. Do not use if you are epileptic, pregnant and/or breastfeeding. This is not a substitute for medical attention. Keep out of children's reach. *Lemongrass is a dermal irritant - avoid on inflammatory or allergic skin conditions.
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