LympHatic Massage and Body Oil

LympHatic Massage and Body Oil


LympHatic Massage and Body Oil


This exotic smelling massage and body oil blend was designed specifically for increasing lymph drainage.




 

Young pHorever LympHatic Massage and Body Oil

This exotic smelling massage and body oil blend was designed specifically for increasing lymph drainage and thereby assisting the body to rid itself of toxins and acidic wastes. The herbs and essential oils were specifically chosen to compliment each other for maximum results. Each essential oil has a number of therapeutic affects on the body and blended together create a harmonious fragrance within a powerful therapeutic body oil that can be used during a massage or anytime lymphatic stimulation is desired, even as a daily moisturizer. Do not use during pregnancy.

Ingredients: Carrier Oil Blend (Contains one or more of the following: Coconut oil, Grapeseed Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Olive Oil, Soy Oil, Vitamin E Oil, Avocado Oil), Essential oils of: Cinnamon, Lavender, Bergamot, Clove Bud, and Geranium.

Young pHorever Massage Oils With Essential Oils For Aromatherapy
Pamper yourself with our new line of massage oils featuring essential oils from all natural ingredients, Mother Nature's garden of herbs. Our massage and body oils include oils from herbs such as lavender, clary sage, basil, frankinsense, grapefruit, black pepper, rosemary and more. Why not treat your skin, muscle tissue and nose today?

Aromatherapy is a great medium for receiving the therapeutic benefits of many herbs but is greatly misunderstood. Any plant, when used for therapeutic purposes is an herb, and many parts of herbs are used. Some have special value in the root, while others in the leaves or flowers. Many herbs have different active constituents within their different parts. Aromatherapy is a branch of herbalism in which the form of the herbs administered is the essential oil of the herbs. Essential Oils are the plants volatile components and vary in many aspects from plant to plant. Some herbs have a very high quantity of essential oil and some have very little. Essential Oils, just as other forms of herbs, each have unique active constituents and therapeutic actions which give them each their own special qualities.

There is a lot of misconception concerning aromatherapy accompanied with great misuse. Many interpret the term aromatherapy to imply anything related to smell, emotion, and potion. Some try to apply psychology to aromatherapy and extract suppressed emotions and memory from people using various aromas. This is not aromatherapy.

Aromatherapy is a branch of herbalism that uses of essential oils for therapeutic benefits. The reason that it is termed aromatherapy is that the essential oils are volatile oils and actually enter our bloodstream when inhaled through our olfactory system. It is scientific in its very nature to choose essential oils based on their therapeutic actions that complement one another to achieve an effective physiological response.

The danger in misconceptions regarding aromatherapy is the reputation that it is harmless. It is widely viewed as a subjective art for inducing feelings of well-being and relaxation due to enjoyable fragrances. This kind of light-hearted approach to aromatherapy can turn out to be very dangerous when untrained dabblers get their hands on true essential oils. As therapeutic as essential oils can be, they are not without their dangers. Many essential oils should be avoided during pregnancy because they can affect the fetus in various ways. Some oils stimulate contractions; others are unsuitable for developing brains, and still others have various actions on the mother that are undesirable during pregnancy.

Rosemary Essential Oil is fantastic for increasing circulation, stimulating hair growth, opening the sinuses, and energizing the body; however, improper administration can cause high blood pressure and stimulate seizures in epileptic patients.

When used properly, essential oils can be of great therapeutic benefit. There are several ways to properly use essential oils and The pH Miracle Center and Young pHorever are proud to announce that they are developing various product lines that correctly employ the use of essential oils in both safe and effective ways. Our first line of products is a Massage and Body Oil Line that can be used everyday to moisturize the skin, or during massage for extra benefits.

This Young pHorever Massage and Body Oil Line consists of five blends, each for a very special therapeutic purpose. Our blend of carrier oils, or base oils is great for skin health and moisture. Our use of coconut oil in our massage and body oil blend is beneficial for the hair and skin. Medium chain fatty acids, which are bound to the glycerol unit as they are in coconut oil, have no antimicrobial properties; however, when they are broken apart into free fatty acids, they become powerful antimicrobials. Coconut oil often becomes firm in cool temperatures. You might notice your massage oil vary in consistency from day to day; if it becomes too firm, run the tightly sealed bottle under warm water for a minute and it will become thin again. All natural products can vary slightly in color, aroma, and consistency with each crop. We are committed to using the purest and finest ingredients without the use of ANY chemicals, preservatives, or additives.






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