Energy, Support, Intention, Security.
This Oil connects with the first Chakra, transporting vital energy throughout the body. Strengthens grounding and settles earthly energies. It brings self-confidence. Relaxes the nervous system.
Special to activate circulation, muscle and joint weakness. Ideal for massaging breasts, hips, legs and feet.
Balances Vata and Ptta disorders.
Vegetable and Oleomacerate Oils : Hypericum (Olive) Oils, Calendula (Almond/Sunflower) Oil, Cinnamon/Cardomomom (Sesame) Oil.
Essential Oils : Ylang-Ylang, Carrot, Cinnamon, Myrrh and Frankincense.
Creativity, Sexuality, Emotions. Improves the ability to withstand stress and eliminates stiffness.
ROOT OIL . INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Use this oil at room temperature or warm.
Apply after showering with slightly damp skin or dry skin.
Massage with a little Root Oil gently and making circles inward and outward in the areas that activates the first chakra. Earth Element
In Ayurvedic medicine ideal for Vata and Pitta disorders.
To relax the nervous system, massage at least one minute on your breasts, making circles inward and outward, breathing and being aware of the massage. Then massage the coccyx area massaging in circles until you reach your hips.
To activate circulation, muscle and joint weakness, massage the legs and feet starting from the left side.
I AM THE MASTER OF MY DESTINY, AND I CONTROL MY GOALS.
Reinforces rootedness, settles earthly energies.
The element that provides form and presence ; Stable substance. It is the densest of all the elements and is neither hot nor cold. According to Ayurveda, it is solidified consciousness. It brings strength and structure to the organism. Its attribute is smell and its action is to stabilize and give form.
Everything that is dense or stable is related to this element. In excess it produces obstruction or calcification at the organic level.
Smell is its attribute and the sense organ that best perceives it is the nose and the sense of smell. At the psychological level it favors forgiveness, support, rooting, growth, the ability to consolidate new things. In excess it generates attachment, greed, immobility and rigidity.
Its nature is predominantly solid and among its properties are hardness, slowness, inactivity, firmness, amplitude or volume. Upward movement.
In the body, all muscles and bones represent the earth and thanks to them, we maintain a balanced structure. The ability to stand firm in the face of the ups and downs of existence.
To express and consolidate ourselves in the material form, we need this element.
The flavors where we find the earth element, is present in sweet and salty foods.
The influence of the sweet taste on the mind, are satisfaction, satiety and fullness. An excess of sweet generates self-indulgence and gluttony (obesity, diabetes, indigestion…). In balance it calms anger and anxiety.
Sweet foods: Fruits, vegetables such as pumpkin, cooked cereals, honey, molasses, vegetable milks.
Earthy foods: Ginger, sweet potatoes, carrots, garlic, radishes, beets.