Natural Breathing Aid Part III

KG Stiles

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Yes, that's right Eucalyptus’ excellent reputation for relieving congestion and promoting freer, easier breathing extends to your thought processes!

Psychologically Eucalyptus promotes fluid thought processes! Like a breath of fresh air Eucalyptus rejuvenates your thought process.

Use Eucalyptus to stimulate your rational thought processes when feeling overly reactive or irrational.

Eucalyptus also aids focus, blend with Basil, Peppermint, or Lemon to enhance this effect.

When you're feeling bogged down and overwhelmed by life's details inhale Eucalyptus to help you get organized and sort out your priorities.

Eucalyptus stimulates fresh new ideas for dealing with life situations.

Use Eucalyptus to more easily direct and control your thoughts.

Eucalyptus cools hot tempers! Those who get easily fired up about things may benefit from using Eucalyptus.

In Ayurvedic Medicine, an ancient system of healing practiced in India, the cooling and spicy aroma of Eucalyptus is ideal to regulate and pacify ALL the Doshas or bodymind types. Vata, Pitta and Kapha imbalances respond well to Eucalyptus’ balancing influence.

Symptoms of Vata imbalance are premenstrual syndrome, constipation, insomnia, restlessness, nervousness, anxiety and worry.

Symptoms of Pitta imbalance are high blood pressure, anger, frustration and emotional upsets, inability to go with the flow.

Symptoms of Kapha imbalance are high cholesterol, low metabolic forces, slow to lose weight, fluid retention, stagnation and blockage, lethargy and depression.

BLEND WITH: Basil, Atlas Cedarwood, Himalayan Cedarwood, Cypress, Frankincense, Lavender, Lemon, Rosemary, Tea Tree, Thyme

PLEASE NOTE: There are many cheap, synthetic copies of aromatic oils, but these are not recommended for therapeutic use. For best results purchase the highest quality oils you can possibly find. Use certified organic essential oils, or oils that have been tested and are pesticide free.

Aromatherapy is a gentle and noninvasive complementary health care system used for balancing and synchronizing your body, mind, spirit and emotions to enhance your health. Properly administered essential oils are a natural, safe and effective way to enhance your health and well-being and can produce satisfying results where other methods have failed. Please consult with your physician regarding serious health concerns and do not attempt to self diagnose.

KG Stiles is a certified aromatherapist practicing in Ashland, OR USA. PurePlant Essentials is her line of pure organic essential oils. Remedies with Eucalyptus KG recommends: Click to learn about & order COLD & FLU RELIEF Click to learn about & order ESSENTIAL OILS BASIC GIFT SET - INCLUDES EUCALYPTUS Click to order EUCALYPTUS More Info? Contact: KG Stiles at Springhill Wellness Center, 2520 Springhill Drive Ashland, OR USA (541) 941-7315 Mahalo!


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