Rocky Mountain Lemongrass
Formulated to assist in reducing pain and stimulating quicker healing. It is excellent when used for inflammation, repairing ligaments, headaches, and circulation. Beneficial for arthritis, sprains, bruises, pulled muscles and other unbroken skin injuries with pain. Topically apply to the area that is causing pain.
Known for its lemony smell, lemongrass stimulates digestion and liver, regulates the para-sympathetic system, strengthens vascular walls and regenerates connective tissue. It is anti-fungal, an immune stimulant and helps lymphatic drainage. Massage into achy body parts for ache relief, or diffuse and inhale for overall usage.
This is a general all around maintenance oil, a powerful purifier, has a positive effect on all the systems of the body and supports physical energy. Beneficial for muscle cramps, aches, pains and spasms, swollen glands, strengthens the heart, assists in balancing the metabolism and promotes health. This combination may assist in repairing damage done to the body through the use of nicotine and other addictive substances. May also curb the desire for those substances. Detoxifies the liver and kidneys, cleanses the blood and stimulates red and white blood cell formation. Very effective for nervous conditions, impaired digestion, water retention, pulmonary and lymphatic congestion, poor circulation, infections of any kind, allergies, skin disorders, and viruses. Relieves mental fatigue, improves concentration, sharpens senses, improves memory and aids in recall. On the back, in a full body massage and on the feet are good places to apply this oil. Adds zest to salad dressing. A drop under the tongue several times a day has been known to assist in stopping smoking.
Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus): Is anti-fungal and an immune stimulant. It helps clear infections and is an insect repellent (fleas, lice, ticks). Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis): Is anti-infectious and antibacterial. Preventative for all respiratory infections, congestion, sinusitis, bronchitis, chills, colds, flu, and infections (especially staph and strep). Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia): Due to its antibacterial, antifungal, antiseptic, and antiviral, properties, this oil helps clean the air, kill off fungi and bacteria, and can help restore proper respiratory function. Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia): Lavender is the oil that can be used for nearly everything and can be blended with nearly every oil. Will help bring together all of the oils in this blend and enhance their properties. Myrtle (Myrtus communis): Is a great antiseptic oil. It is a good deodorizing oil. It will help treat all pulmonary disorders. Citronella (Cymbopogon winterianus): Is an insect repellent and room deodorizer. It helps treat minor infections and is a key oil for getting rid of intestinal parasites.
Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus): The top oil for repairing ligaments and connective tissue. Works to help your body repair ligaments and to regenerate and strengthen connective tissue. Because it aids poor circulation and helps strengthen vascular walls, it also helps relieve varicose veins. Birch Bark (Betula lenta): When applied topically, it helps relieve muscle and joint pain. Because of its anti-inflammatory and cortisone-like functions, it helps treat muscle and joint discomfort. Also helps treat tendonitis, rheumatism, and broken or bruised bones. Peppermint (Mentha piperita): Helps lower inflammation and swelling, as well as helping treat cramping, varicose veins, and arthritis.