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Next comes Melaleuca (also called tea tree) and an oil blend called On Guard. These oils support healthy immune function.
The last two oils applied are Wild Orange and Peppermint. Crucial to the final phase of the Aroma Touch Technique, Peppermint is known to stimulate and invigorate body systems. Used together with wild orange, it has the effect of enhancing absorption of the oils through the skin. Wild Orange has the ability to elevate mood and balance and re-energize body systems. These oils return the body to a state of homeostasis where healing takes place.
The first of the eight oils applied in this technique is a blend called Balance after which comes Lavender. These two oils are important for stress management.
During this hour long massage, Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils are applied to the back and feet in a specific order. This produces a profound whole body wellness experience.
Aromatouch essential oil blend and Deep Blue blend are soothing solutions to the problem of ongoing discomfort associated with muscles and joints. Inflammatory Response*
*The increased consumption of foods with pro-inflammatory components (foods high in polyunsaturated vegetable oils such as safflower, sunflower, corn, and peanut oil) together with high carbohydrate, low protein diets contribute to increased inflammation in body systems. Stress, with its accompanying imbalance of cortisol, can also contribute to inflammation. Studies increasingly show links between poor health and chronic inflammation.