We have been trialing the essential oils in our home and with clients and so far our clients have fallen in love with the protective blend and the respiratory blend which are now going to part of our own personal winter ills first aid kit along with the filtered water, fermented veggies, restful sleep and creativity that comes from writing, playing, doodling, drawing, singing and listening to uplifting music.
There is loads of information out there about the benefits of essentials oils for both the mind spirit and the body. If you do choose to venture into the world of therapeutic grade oils make sure they come from companies that have a fair trade agreement where they support the communities where the resources come from, that they are are using distillation methods conducive to ensuring the purity and longevity of the oil itself and obviously choose intuitively, your nose will tell you what you need.
The protective blend which is used to support the immune system consists of wild orange, clove, cinnamon, eucalyptus, rosemary. It’s medicinal properties include being a cleanser, it works to reduce seasonal threats, immune enhancing and maintenance, it provides support to the circulatory system, soothes muscles aches and pains.
The respiratory blend has properties to assist in clear breathing and healthy respiratory function from medicinal support are peppermint, laurel leaf, eucalyptus, melaleuca, lemon, ravensara. This blend is predominantly aimed at supporting the respiratory system but it also enhances and uplifts the mood which is perfect for when you are feeling a little run down.
Both oils can be used directly onto the skin through the arch on a clean foot or rubbed into the palm of the hands before cupping the hands and inhaling nasally.
Samantha Bulloch will be running a workshop on Sunday the 12th April at 10am in SYDNEY. https://www.facebook.com/events/681622371944060/
Learn more about essential oils by watching the following video: https://youtu.be/OEnKOk4ad0U
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