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Sunbreeze Essential Oil:

 

 

Or Balm is a soothing herbal penetrating formula that calms pain and promotes healing to a wide variety of conditions. Sunbreeze is a popular favorite among essential oils. Sunbreeze essential oil has many practical uses when applied to the body. Therefore, it is important to know the ingredients contained in Sunbreeze essential oil, a number of ways that this oil can be applied, and the benefits that can be derived. Sunbreeze was originally developed by the Sholin Priests (in Asia) to aid their recovery from injuries sustained during rigorous martial arts training and activities. It has been a successful home remedy for over 30 years. Some uses include: injuries, sinus, back pain, headaches, high stress conditions, sore throats, heartburn, arthritis, rheumatism & sprains & strains. There are a lot of essential oils on the market that are used as part of the scientific method of aromatherapy. Some of the essential oil essences include lavender, carnations, chamomile, rose, etc. In fact, just about any plant, flower, leave, spice etc. can be processed to create an essential oil that can benefit an individual or alleviate mental, physical and emotional imbalances in an individual’s life.

Sunbreeze Essential Oil Ingredients: 3 tree oils: Cassia, Menthol and Camphor.:

The Cassia is an evergreen tree found in the southern most part of China. The Menthol is extracted from the peppermint tree indigenous to Europe. Camphor is extracted from the wood of the Camphor laurel tree. This tree is found in Asia and in the countries of Formosa and Borneo. Historically, Sunbreeze was applied in different manners to produce amazing and successful results. The Chinese would rub the Herbs gently with a circular motion (CW = increases its action, CCW = slows its action, in the Northern Hemisphere). The mixture would begin to liquefy, and a small ridge would adhere to the finger. With the new balm or oil, the Chinese would then use one of 10 applications to gain the relief desired.

Application And Benefitst:

There are three basic ways that Sunbreeze essential oil can be applied in order to achieve maximum benefits of this oil. When applying the oil it is important to follow the defined instructions regarding the usage of Sunbreeze essential oil.

 

1. Rub on the temples and the back of the neck at the base of the skull. Reapply and massage deeply into any areas of tenderness for the following: Headaches, Muscle Tension, Fatigue, Mental Alertness, Drowsiness, Motion Sickness.

 

2. Rub on any other part of the body as needed. * Used for: Heartburn, Sinus Congestion, Upset Stomach conditions (both - aromatic, and on tip of tongue), Cuts, Strains (muscles), Sprains (ligaments), Toothaches, Insect Bites/Stings, Canker Sores, Minors Wounds, Arthritis, Rheumatism, Skin Tumors (apply one drop to surface, daily), Allergies (apply one to two drops on upper chest area) and along the thoracic spinal muscles.

 

3. You can also place a ridge in the hand and mix with shampoo. Wash hair as usual. Protect the eyes. This is for:Headache, Itchy Scalp, Muscle Tension D. Drowsiness, Place on tongue and inside of nares for: Heartburn, Morning Sickness, Drowsiness, Sinus & lung Congestion, Sore Throat, Allergies, Upset Stomach, Motion Sickness.

 

 

 

The first major benefit:

Of utilizing Sunbreeze deals with energizing the mental condition of the individual. This benefit is derived by massaging the oil onto the temples of the head as well as massaging the base of the neck where the skull meets the cervical vertebrae. Application of the Sunbreeze essential oil in this manner helps to alleviate headaches, sleepiness, and helps to promote brain activity. Sunbreeze application will also help to minimize muscle tension and incidences of motion sickness.

 

The second benefit:

Surrounding the use of this oil can help to lessen a variety of ailments. Some of these ailments include minor injuries to the skin such as bug bites and small cuts. In addition, the massaging of this oil onto the appropriate part of the body can help to relieve, rheumatism, muscle pain, a toothache, arthritis, upset stomach, etc.

 

The final application:

Of Sunbreeze essential oil is different from other application methods. This method is the placing of a drop on the tongue. Application of Sunbreeze essential oil on the tounge is helpful when experiencing sinus congestion, vomiting, an upset stomach, motion sickness or a sore throat. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of the reach of children. For children under 2 years old, dilute with alcohol before applying externally. It takes 200 pounds of blended Herb's and flowers are required to extract a single pint of the oil from which Sunbreeze balm or oil is produced. No chemicals or solvents are used in the extraction process allowing a 100% natural blended base of essential healing Herbal/Flower oils. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.