Dr. I’s clinical findings support:*hormone balance (female and male)
*female health support
*weakness, debility, fatigue
*nerve & brain health
*mood balance (compulsive, irritable)
*mood balance (fear, worry, nervousness)
*allergy/ immune support
*lymph node, lymphatic system support
*skin health fungal support
*bug bite/sting neutralization
sweet, floral, slightly spicy, mellow
sweet, playful, fun, sensual, romance, innocence, youthful, dreamy
These plants have long been used by herbalists to balance male and female hormones and especially supporting women in time of PMS, menstruation difficulty, sexual function support and menopause related complaints and bone support.
These plants were naturally used for their relaxant and nervous system supporting properties thus were recommended to create more calm and to ward away stress, anger, fear, irritability and nervousness.
All of these plants were appreciated for their antimicrobial actions and support for the immune system.
They also had general benefit for detoxification of the liver and lymphatic system aiding in cleansing of toxins and reducing water retention.
Bring Nature's Breezes to you:
Topical: Use as a perfume or apply to bottoms of feet to support well-being.
Aromatic: Diffuse in bedroom or anywhere aromatherapy is desired.
Tip: Apply a few drops directly to pillow or sheets for aromatherapy.
Historical & Spiritual use:
Lavender has long been used to acquire magical skills and increase general wisdom. King Charles VI, of France had the cushions of his seats stuffed with Lavender.
Caraway has long been reputed to protect those you love and personal property. This is still used in the practice of Voodoo, where Caraway is viewed as being able to protect children. Emotionally, caraway is of benefit to those who were raised in uncaring or emotionally unstable environments. Caraway reinforces the earth meridian grounding so they can find safety in a home and partner.
Myrtle was used to center the mind before meditation and to elevate mood, promote calm, and cleanse the emotions. The priests of the Eleusian Mysteries in Greece wore myrtle crowns on their heads.
Clary sage was seen as euphoric and a lifter of the spirit. It was useful in potentiating the link between the conscious and unconscious mind, as well as in helping to release stagnant emotions.