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CALMING Massage & Body Oil

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Price: $14.99
  Use for: Massage, soften skin, stress

Product information:

Perfect for a whole body massage. Specially formulated with Sesame and pure essential oils for a relaxing, sensual experience and help soften the skin. Formulated for all Doshas, this massage oil is particularly well suited for Vata types.
Suggested Use: Massage body at least once a week or as needed.
For step by step instructions on how to do Abyanga - Ayurvedic self massage, click here.
Pack size: 4 oz. (100ml).
Synergistic / Complementary Products: Ashwagandha
Note: Massage can be enjoyed by everyone. Product contains essential oils, hence it is advised to use oil externally and avoid splashing into eyes.

  Support for: Vata • Pitta • Kapha

More information:

Ingredients: Sesame oil, Sweet Almond oil, Rice Bran oil, Wheat Germ oil, Jojoba; essential oils of Sandalwood, Geranium, Coriander, Lemongrass, Pettitgrain, Ylang Ylang, Frankincense, Carrot Seed, Jasmine. No artificial colors, preservatives or additives.
References:
Yoga of Herbs, Dr. Vasant Lad and Dr. David Frawley.
The Encyclopedia of Essential Oils, Julia Lawless.
The Complete Medicinal Herbal, Penelope Ody.

 
       
 

Lifestyle suggestions:

Everyone benefits from massage. A frequency of once a week is suggested. Vata types should try a gentler, slow massage with longer strokes such as Swedish massage. Pitta types require, tapping, rolling with medium pressure. Kapha types will do well to try a deep tissue massage once in a while using, short, firm strokes other times.

Nature's Formulary Calming Oil can be applied to the feet, this is particularly beneficial for Vata types. Try this just before bedtime for a calmer sleep.

It can be used as a body oil as well. Add a few drops into the bath prior to soaking. After showering pour a few drops into a wet wash cloth and rub on the body.

In the above, please link first mention of Vata, Piita and Kapha to respective page.

Revised pdf file attached for Click here link on Self Massage.

 

More resources for your Ayurvedic lifetsyle

For step by step instructions on how to do Abyanga – Ayurvedic self massage, Click here.