Anti Inflammatory Massage Oil I Oxides | Recipe 0046 |

Anti Inflammatory Massage Oil I Oxides  | Recipe 0046 |

ANTI-INFLAMMATORY MASSAGE OIL | BISABOLOL | CHAMOMILE GERMAN

Our chemical component this week, bisabolol oxide is known to be anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial and a powerful anti-inflammatory so perfect as the focus component in this massage oil.

The deep blue color of chamomile german reminds me cooling, soothing and healing, this just helps reinforce the power behind this truly therapeutic essential oil. It feels almost medicinal. Chamomile german said to me analgesic, anti-spasmodic and anti-inflammatory and therefore effective for reducing minor pain and inflammation. Surly when delivered in a therapeutic medium with equally therapeutic complimentary essential oils this massage oil can only be perfect for reducing inflammation and easing tired over worked muscles.

To support chamomile german in this anti-inflammatory task we need oils that are typically used for their analgesic, anti-spasmodic and anti-inflammatory properties, both spike lavender and peppermint are known for those qualities! When creating an anti-inflammatory blend, you want lots of anti-inflammatory essential oils and certainly the powerful ones hence spike lavender is in our massage oil this week. It is effective towards easing aches and pains as is beautiful Plai. Thailand originated Plai is also known for its pain-relieving properties and that sensual aroma is specular! Peppermint also made the cur for this blend due to its potential ability to calm the central nervous while also being cooling and supportive towards the immune system. Quite the powerful combination!

This week’s blend is 17.5% oxides & 6.14% bisabolol oxide. LabAroma shows it is having the greatest effect on the neurological, circulatory and muscular systems while being energizing to the mind.

Leave us your comments below especially if you try this recipe. We would love to know your experiences, substitutes and thoughts! Happy blending

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