You can easily create your own homemade massage oils. Mix a few oils together and reap the benefits. You'll save money, be able to blend oils for your specific ailments, and will want to share them with friends and family. Many people have found relief from back pain, aches and pain, and even RA and arthritis. Others credit essential oil blends for providing relaxation, increased energy, stress relief, better moods, and boosted immune systems. Massage therapy has been around for centuries as a way to heal the body and relieve tension. It involves the sensation of touch, techniques of applying pressure and often the use of lotions. When aromatherapy is added, the benefits and pleasures of a massage can be vastly increased. Therapeutic benefits often associated with essential oils: Improves circulation - Soothes aches and pains - Relieves cramping muscles and muscle spasms - Detoxifies - Drains the lymphatic system - Aids in joint flexibility - Reduces anxiety and nervous tension - Encourages deep sleep - Regulates cardio and respiratory rhythms - Lowers blood pressure - Boosts immune system Non-Therapeutic benefits often associated with essential oils. Aids in meditation - Uplifts the spirit - Promotes cheerfulness - Helps restore spiritual energy and balance - Stimulates the mood - Improves energy What's in the book? The book will introduce you to essential oils; provide you with the therapeutic and non-therapeutic benefits; examine the five basic carrier oils; consider safety issues; provide simple and easy directions on how to get started; give you a simple 5-step process for making massage oil blends; give you the dilutions percentages; suggestions for sensitive skin; and give you easy recipes for sleep inducing blends, sore muscle relief blends, aches, pains, and rheumatism relief blends, as well as invigorating and immune-boosting blends. Why you want this book Essential oils go back to biblical times. Today at organic markets and specialty shops around the globe, you can find rows of massage oil blends, premixed and prepackaged. Although they list ingredients and benefits, it is often still hard to tell exactly what you are buying. Also, pre-mixed massage oils can be expensive. To be 100% sure you are getting the amount of essential oil you would like, in the type of base oil you want, at a price you can afford, you really need to mix your own oils at home. This book will explain the basics of making your own custom massage oils, as well as offer you simple and easy recipes to get started. You'll find blends for helping you sleep, reduce stress, and get relief for sore muscles, other aches, pains, and rheumatism. There are also recipes for helping you feel more invigorated and to boost your immune system. With just a few oils and a dark glass container, you'll be making your own blends of massage oils in minutes. Some of the essential oils used include: Chamomile - Lavender - Basil - Eucalyptus - Peppermint - Rosemary - Orange - Thyme - Tea Tree - Hyssop - Frankincense - Sage - Anise - Juniper - Sunflower and more. Scroll up and buy this book -- be sure and get your free bonus report: "Learn the Art of Self-Massage," too.
This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to use Essential oils. For hundreds of years, essential oils have been used to for various medicinal purposes and lucky for you, they are still here to make your life healthy and awesome. Essential oils are known to combat stress, improve the quality of sleep, fight flu and cold, increase concentration, rid the body of toxins, aid in reducing muscle spasms and reduce chronic pains. Additionally, they are used for cleaning purposes. For instance, Lavender is normally recommended for to relieving stress, banish insomnia and improve the general concentration
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