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HEART OIL ANAHATA

HEART OIL ANAHATA

Love, Harmony, Tenderness, compassion.

Oil that connects with the Fourth Chakra bringing harmony, giving sound and rhythm to life. It soothes the mind and the nervous system. Connecting with nature. Circulation problems such as tired legs and feet. Indicated for dry, cracked and lifeless skin. Contains Vitamins A, B1, B2, Vitamin D and E.
For Pita and Kapha disorders.

Ingredients:

Vegetable and Oleomacerate Oils: Rosemary (Avocado) Oil, Nettle (Olive) Oil and Melissa (Almond/Sesame) Oil.                                                     Essential Oils of Medicinal Plants: Rosemary, Basil, Bergamot.

HEART OIL : INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

Use this oil at room temperature or lukewarm.
Apply the oil after showering on slightly damp or dry skin.
Massage gently with a little Heart Oil and make inward and outward circles on the areas activated by the fourth chakra. Air Element
In Ayurvedic medicine for Pita and Kapha disorders.

To calm your mind and nervous system: With a little Heart Oil rub your hands together and massage with circular movements on your chest and in the heart area, connecting with the love you give and receive. Visualizing the color Green

For circulation problems with wet skin gently massage all parts of your body, activating the information that circulates through our blood.

I AM BALANCE BETWEEN WHAT I GIVE AND RECEIVE. I RESPECT MYSELF AND OTHERS.
Establishes a link between emotions and intellect, creative expression of the divine self.

AIR ELEMENT

Air is the substance that moves and facilitates movement, being responsible for all the rhythms and flows of nature (clouds, weather, seasons…).
It is the second manifestation of consciousness and moves through space. Its attribute is touch and its action is to move.

In the body it promotes movement (heartbeat, circulation, respiration, nervous impulse…). It controls all the activities of the body, the pulses and all the gaseous compounds. Its natural actions are movement and dryness. It is related to touch, since it is the sense most able to perceive the air, it is related to the skin and its perceptive capacity.

It is the flow of desire, will and thought, providing the capacity to flow and evolve. We always need to have the possibility of movement to guarantee life, adaptability and change.

Air, in excess can generate anxiety, insecurity and nervousness. In our life, air teaches us that we must move, but operating within a balance.
It has a drying effect on other elements and objects.
Among the properties of this element are: lightness, roughness, clarity, active movement, dry, light, clear, uniform and mobile.

Air plants such as mint, have influence on the brain and mental function. Air plants have very beautiful flowers, and many of them contain essential oils that relax the nervous system.

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