Poor Circulation Massage Oil


If you suffer from poor circulation, try this stimulating massage oil (from Hands-on Healing Remedies by Tourles, available on sparknaturals.com)!

Tourles says, "As we age, our blood circulation tends to diminish and slow in our extremities, resulting in cold hands and feet, dry skin and nails, tingling sensations, and slow healing of cuts, scrapes, and bruises. This recipe includes two herbs that nourish, condition, and revitalize skin tissue and stimulate circulation when massaged into the hands, arms, feet, and lower legs. Both herbs also contain uplifting and balancing properties to improve your mood and enhance mental energy."

This massage oil is a perfect recipe for caregivers to keep in their back pocket!

Poor Circulation Massage Oil
•15 drops SN Geranium EO
•15 drops SN Rosemary EO
•1/2 cup SN Sweet Almond Oil

Add the oils to the storage bottle and add the sweet almond oil. Screw the top on and shake vigorously for 2 minutes. Allow to synergize for 24 hours.

Shake well before using. Apply the oil a tablespoon at a time and briskly massage it into your skin using upward, circular strokes moving towards your heart. Start with feet and move up legs to the knees, then move to hands, forearms, and elbows. Wait 5-10 minutes before putting clothes on.

1 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing the useful info here. Keep up the good work.

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