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Essential Oil Blend to Boost Your Energy and Support those Adrenals Naturally – incl. Thyroid Function !

Currently I am testing out a new – to me – essential oil blend which is supposed to revitalise, uplifting, strengthening, and restore mental alertness. When it comes to the typical afternoon slump I tend to reach for the coffee, so I thought I would give this blend a try. Don’t get me wrong, I love my coffee, but there is a difference between enjoying coffee, especialy if you are sipping a delicious brew from an exquisite coffee bean, and having to reach for the coffee just to make it through the day.

I got the new blend in the post yesterday, a bit of a sluggish Monday morning and decided to try it out straight away. Well, I was pleasantly surprised – it did work beautifully. Currently I have it on me as well, and indeed no need for coffee. I find it is both energizing as well as calming … the energy lift without any hyper adrenaline affect. I suppose the addition of the balsam Fir gives it this tranquil element of relaxed alertness.

As I am taking another sniff right now it has developped on my skin like a perfume. It’s got some warm notes. It’s like walking through a pine forest and drinking in the deep scent released whilst brushing passed by the branches. But amidst the relaxing fragrance of the balsam fir jazzes up the vibrant refreshing lemongrass, balanced out with the herbs and the other spices.

It is an oil blend that certainly maximises the synergistic effect between the various individual oil chemistries and harmonic frequencies.

The oil blend is high in sesquiterpenes which help to increase the oxygen in the limbic system of the brain, which in turn “unlocks” the DNA and allows emotional baggage to be released from cellular memory. The blend contains Rosemary, Juniper, Nutmeg, Fir, Black Pepper, Lemongrass and Clove. It is high in limonene. Rosemary alpha pinene works on the brain, and camphor from the juniper helps in its soothening action.

This special oil blend will go to the brain and to the adrenal glands. Nutmeg contains adrenal cortex stimulating activity. The beauty is that you cannot push the adrenal glands beyond their capacity to do what they are supposed to do … it’s all 100% natural and organic.

This oil blend boasts electro magnetic frequency levels of 106 MHz – considering that Fresh produce have electricial frequencies (5-10 MHz), fresh herbs (5-10 MHz) and dried herbs (12-22 MHz). The higher your frequency the healthier you are. This 100% therapeutic grade medicinal oil blend has molecules so pure and fine that they go straight through the skin into the blood stream helping the body to re-adjust naturally again.

To read more and how to apply this blend, as well as suggested chakra energy areas to apply it on, click on the link below.
http://bit.ly/vsL7IU

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Sep
12

Gently Relaxing

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Turn lights off, Headphones in, Fullscreen, pure silence, and behold true beauty :’)

Please watch in full screen and allow yourself to just be present in the moment, laying aside the many responsibilities for only 4:34 minutes, and just …. be!

“We need 4 hugs a day for survival.
We need 8 hugs a day for maintenance.
We need 12 hugs a day for growth”

—Virginia Satir, family therapist

 

“It’s the sense of touch. In any real city, you walk, you know? You brush past people, people bump into you. In L.A., nobody touches you. We’re always behind this metal and glass. I think we miss that touch so much, that we crash into each other, just so we can feel something ..”
– from the movie “Crash”

The lack of touch in our lives is detrimental to our well-being!
Hugging is the best antidepressant … it’s healing comforting and nourishing; it’s stress-relieving, even when they come from complete strangers …

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