Herbal Body Oiling: Ancient Sacrament, Modern Necessity ▲ ebook + Two FREE Bonus Reports!▼
Calm Your Nervous System, Enhance Your Immunity, and Practice Sacred Self Care with Herb-Infused Oils
How to make & use Herbal Body Oils for daily self care
Which herbs help with what
How oiling benefits the nervous, musculoskeletal, and lymphatic/immune systems
These 45 pages have been cleanly formatted for easy readability and enhanced with beautiful images to further increase understanding of the subject matter.
Commonly reported effects of consistent oiling include:
- more relaxed muscles
- better sleep
- calmer nerves
- chilled out children & babies
- pain relief
- increased immunity & lymphatic health
- softer, healthier skin
- better movement and less stiffness in the joints
- increased warmth & circulation
- clearer thinking
- feeling more centered
- increased energy and stamina
- deeper self knowledge and greater self love
From the Introduction-
"When we think about taking herbal medicine, we tend to picture teas, tinctures, or some other way of ingesting the medicinal benefits of the plant through the mouth. But the skin is our largest organ and is incredibly absorbent, with direct access to the nervous, lymphatic, and immune systems. By keeping the body hydrated with fat (oil) as opposed to water (like in lotion), we keep these systems nourished, running smoothly, and functioning at the highest possible level.
In this ebook I will share with you the many health benefits that herb-infused oils bring directly into the body, practical tips for making body oiling a regular part of your self care routine, and detailed instructions on how to make your own fresh plant infused Herbal Body Oils so that you can save money and focus on the plants that work best for your & your loved one’s needs.
The benefits of Herbal Body Oiling are tangible; you feel the difference immediately. There’s no magical thinking or placebo effect here; the results are quick and undeniable. The medicinal chemical constituents of the plant infuse into the oil, and those molecules are transferred directly into the depths of your body when you rub it on your skin."
Plus two FREE bonus reports!
Bonus #1: What is the Difference Between Herbal Body Oils, Essential Oils, and Flower Essences?
Bonus #2: Oil Pulling for Oral Health
With contributions from eight amazing herbalists, the wisdom in this offering is both deep and wide, covering many aspects of Herbal Body Oiling and sacred self care. Contributors include Erin Rivera Merriman of Active Culture Family, Ally Sands of Aquarian Soul Designs, Rachel Budde of Fat & the Moon, Vicky Salcido-Cobbe of Grandmother's Medicine, Kelsey Barrett of Heavy Nettle, Sophia Rose of La Abeja Herbs, Kari Jansen of Poppy & Someday, and Kiva Rose of Traditions in Western Herbalism.
This offering imbues the reader with a lifetime of priceless knowledge, giving you the potential to radically alter the way your nervous and immune systems interact with the outside world while providing a solid foundation for knowing and working with the healing potency of simple herbal medicine.
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To your health!
"Herbal Body Oils have become a regular part of my daily holistic health routine. As a Registered Nurse I see first hand the effects of stress and illness on the body and that is why I choose to proactively decrease stress in my life to promote wellbeing. One of my favorite ways to practice self-care is using Herbal Body Oils for healing, relaxing, and grounding. I enjoy adding St John's Wort Herbal Body Oil to my bath or simply rubbing Pine Needle Herbal Body Oil into my sore muscles. Mugwort Herbal Body Oil is my favorite for grounding and restorting my body during my monthly menstural cycle. In my work at the hospital, I also see the many adverse effects of modern day pharmacueticals which are often harmful to patients, and I am reminded of how important it is to use natural medicine whenever possible." -Sierra Marie Baker RN, CCRN, CHTP / Healing Nurses LLC