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Essential Oils Used For Raindrop Therapy
(Listed in order of application)

1.  Valor
    Valor is the first and most important oil used in this kit because it helps balance
    the electrical energies within the body, working on both physical and emotional
    levels, supporting the physical and energy alignment of the body. Nicknamed
    "chiropractor in a bottle", this oil is applied to the soles of the feet and on the
    shoulders. Valor is a blend of rosewood, blue tansy, frankincense and spruce.

2.  Thyme
    Thyme is used for its ability to support the immune system by attacking any
    bacteria, fungus, infection, or virus that may be present.  It may also help one
    overcome fatigue and physical weakness after an illness.  Documented to be
    highly antimicrobial, this essential oil easily penetrates the skin and travels
    throughout the body.

3.  Oregano
    Oregano works in conjunction with thyme to strengthen the immune system
    and to attack bacteria and viruses.  It may also act as an antiseptic for the
    respiratory system, help balance metabolism, and strengthen the vital centers
    of the body.

4.  Cypress
    Cypress is used for its anti-bacterial, anti-infectious, ,anti-microbial, and
    diuretic properties.  In addition, it may function as a decongestant for the
    circulatory and lymphatic systems, improving circulation, relieving spasms and
    swelling, and helping to heal damaged tissue.

5.  Wintergreen/Birch
    Both of these oils are anti-inflammatory and analgesic (pain relieving) due to
    their high methyl salicylate content. These essential oils are excellent for
    removing discomfort associated with the inflammation of bones, muscles and
    joints.  They may also help cleanse the lymphatic system.

6.  Basil
    This oil has antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties.  
    Basil is relaxing to spastic muscles and is stimulating to the nerves and the
    adrenal cortex.

7.  Marjoram
    Marjoram is used to relax spastic muscles and soothe the nerves.  It also is
    used to relieve cramps, aches and pains, and helps calm the respiratory system.

8.  Peppermint
    Peppermint is used to calm and strengthen the nerves and reduce
    inflammation.  It is highly effective when dealing with conditions related to the
    respiratory system.  It also has a synergistic and enhancing effect on all other
    oils.

9.  Aroma Siez
    This oil is a highly antispasmodic blend of essential oils that helps relax sore,
    tense, or inflamed muscles resulting from sports injury, fatigue, or stress. This
    blend consists of basil, cypress, marjoram, lavender, and peppermint.
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Essential Oils - Raindrop Therapy