Physical Touch Blend - 100% Guaranteed Pure 10 ml


The Physical Touch blend offers a full-spectrum pain management solution in a single oil, including naturally supportive elements that cover every physical area of injury: including bone, nerve, muscle, tendon, circulation, and emotional support. It's designed to promote feelings of wholeness and wellness, even in the face of chronic or acute bouts of pain. The soothing oils in this blend include clove bud, peppermint, nutmeg, and myrrh, soothing the body while gently stimulating and comforting the senses. 

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The Physical Touch blend combines elements such as cinnamon bark, thyme, and oregano, which are known for their high concentrations of eugenol and methyl salicylate to address chronic or acute pain and inflammation in the body. It also actively addresses the emotional and mental effects of pain, promoting comfort, and peace that remains despite your current physical circumstances.  Eugenol is a powerful natural analgesic that support the body's effect of resiliency under pain, and that can help to control the body's response to intense acute or chronic pain. 
The Physical Touch blend is perfect to support your mental and physical health and is blended to be extremely restorative and soothing to address common physical ailments. With the additions of birch, clove bud, myrrh and juniper berry, you'll be able to your pain management process in a more holistic way, getting you closer to total body wellness. 
The Physical Touch blend is ideal for those who are looking for relief from acute or chronic pain. The natural compounds within the Physical Touch blend are well known within the scientific and medical communities to act as natural alleviates, and analgesics, working to bring your body out of strain and tension via naturally occurring bioactive compounds. 
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Essential Oil Blend

What is an essential oil blend?

When essential oils are blended correctly, they form a synergy in aromatherapy; the result is a mutually strengthening effect. The action is significantly more substantial and robust than using the individual essential oils alone. For example, it has been shown that the properties of Tea Tree oil (Melaleuca alternifolia) and Lavender oil (Lavandula angustifolia) are potentiated when mixed. The resulting action is not just additive – it supersedes the capability of Tea Tree and Lavender if they were used separately.