Dr. I’s clinical findings support:*sleep balance
*low energy, fatigue and weakness
*adrenal & stress support
*intestinal irritability and balance
delicate, airy, mild, gentle, light floral, woody
dreamy, sleepy, restful, relaxing, sweet, imaginative, soothing, nurturing, comforting, peaceful, romantic
These plants have been used by herbalists for their anti-inflammatory properties particularly for aching muscles and joints and the pain associated with toothaches, headaches, and earaches. They have also been used for the aches of soft muscles like stomach aches and menstrual cramps. Reducing pain and tension then reduced anxiety and restlessness to promote sound sleep.
These plants have also been used by traditional healers for their impact on the respiratory system helping to clear the lungs of mucous and ease shortness of breath associated with cough and bronchitis and asthma and allergies.
Herbalists used these plants for their affinity for the skin and scalp and are often used for dandruff, hair loss, psoriasis, acne, wound healing and scar prevention.
Contains 100% Pure Therapeutic-Grade Essential Oils
Bring Nature's Breezes to you:
Topical: Use as a perfume or apply to bottoms of feet to support restful sleep and relaxation.
Aromatic: Diffuse in bedroom or anywhere peace, calm, and relaxation is desired.
Tip: Apply a few drops directly to pillow or sheets before sleep or relaxation.
Historical & Spiritual use:
Chamomile was known to smooth and tone the flow of chi through the body to bring tranquility and peace.
Frankincense is one of the most sacred of all scents used in ceremony and meditation in Egypt, Persia, Israel and Rome.
Cedar is grounding and cleansing for negative energies and used to relieve nervous tension and anxiety.
Hyssop is routinely used in ceremonial magic and used for ritual purification.
In the Psalm of King David, it is written, “Thou shalt purge me with Hyssop, and I shall be clean.”
Cypress are known to live to be thousands of years old…and they are associated with passage between this world and the next. In ancient Egypt it was used to make caskets for the Pharaohs. Cypress is considered helpful for those grieving, or those experiencing a major life-change.