RC - 15 ml - Save 10% on R.C. Essential Oil Blend purchases from April 1 to 30, 2010. And read the testimonial below about using oils for respiratory problems.
R.C. is an invigorating blend of pure essential oils—including cypress, spruce, and three varieties of eucalyptus—that's comforting when applied to the chest and throat.
A Few Application Tips:
R.C. is very beneficial in the diffuser to decongest and relieve allergy-type symptoms such as coughs, sore throat, and lung congestion.
May also be diluted with Young Living V-6™ Enhanced Vegetable Oil Complex (or any pure vegetable oil like pure coconut oil or extra virgin olive oil) and massaged on the chest, back, and feet, and as a compress over the chest and back.
R.C. also works effectively when alternated with its companion oil, Raven . Raven on feet, R.C. on throat and chest and alternate morning and night.
Eucalyptus globulus, E. radiata, E. australiana, E. citriodora, myrtle (Myrtus communis), marjoram (Origanum marjorana), pine (Pinus sylvestris), cypress (cupressus sempervirens), lavender (Lavandula angustifolia), spruce (Picea mariana), and peppermint (Mentha piperita).
(From the Reference Guide for Essential Oils by Alan and Connie Higley)
My 18-year old daughter has had respiratory problems for years and finally the doctors put her on inhalers. These helped, but she did not like the way they made her feel. Soon after I started using therapeutic grade essential oils we began using them on her. After a few weeks she was off her inhalers and has never needed them since. She has, however, had the occasional upper respiratory infection, which in the past has always led to a bout with bronchitis and several months of coughing.
Now, we apply oils and the infection goes away without bronchitis ever showing up. This has saved vacations and more! We apply the oils to her chest, back, and feet twice a day. The oils we use are hyssop, myrrh, and two Young Living blends - RC and Raven.
Submitted by Lauren Martin, July 2004
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