Tuesday, April 17, 2018

7+ Uses for the Respiratory Blend (for more than just breathing) - olgalazin@gmail.com - Gmail

7+ Uses for the Respiratory Blend (for more than just breathing) - olgalazin@gmail.com - Gmail: "

The blend is called Breathe, and it’s such a popular blend it’s in our Top 10 kits for how it supports the respiratory system. But that’s not all it does. Here are several more uses:
  1. Allergies: It can help with symptoms like post-nasal drip, cough, congestion, etc when diffused or applied topically.
  2. Supporting those with asthma: it “promotes feelings of easy breathing” which is how we say it helps to encourage open airways.
  3. Snoring: Diffuse this, apply over the chest, or massage into the reflex points on the big toes. It’s credited with saving marriages.
  4. Before a workout: It increase oxygen intake, which can increase stamina and endurance
  5. Symptoms that settle in your chest: Coughing, congestion, etc can all be encouraged to break up or calm down when applied topically.
  6. Muscle tension: Ingredients like eucalyptus and peppermint work just as well on low back tension or pulled muscles, as they do on respiratory health. Nature loves pulling double duty.
  7. Energy: Add a drop to your shower to help wake you up in the morning too!
And now onto my personal jam, the emotional uses: Breathe is used primarily for feelings of sadness and grief. These are emotions that commonly manifest or settle in the lungs or airway constriction, so you can support the physical and emotional needs with this one. It’s also helpful for overwhelm, or feeling suffocated by life or circumstances, or if you’re processing through any trauma or despair. Some affirmations I love to use with this one:
  • I declare peace and harmony within me and around me.
  • I am held with love. I am safe.
  • I have the capacity to take in all of life. I am ready to live life to the fullest.
  • I breathe easily and freely, allowing my emotions to come and go.
The Breathe blend contains Laurel, Eucalyptus, Peppermint, Melaleuca, Lemon, Cardamom, Ravintsara, and Ravensara.
The blend itself can be used aromatically or topically, but not internally.

The blend is called Breathe,
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