The Warrior essential oil blend is the one to use to help prevent cold and flu. Put a few drops on your face mask before you go out. Use under your nose and on your clavicle when you travel and put in a diffuser at the first sign of a cold.
- Cleansing when applied topically
- Neutralizes and purifies the air from strong odors when diffused
- Freshens any atmosphere when diffused
Among the ingredients that help make it work for you:
* Guizhi/cinnamon bark and ding xiang/clove bud are antibacterial and antimicrobial and can be diffused into the air to protect from viral, bacterial, and fungal infections.
* Tea tree oil and echinacea: can help stop infections and strengthen the immune system.
* An ye/eucalyptus leaf essential oil: used to aid respiration.
* Black pine: brings a Yin presence to the blend plus iIt helps fight infections, reduce inflammation, and relieve respiratory tension.
All in a jojoba base so you can put the blend on the skin or on jewelry designed for use with essential oils.
Dr. Martha Lucas, L.Ac., our essential oil blends creator, chooses her oils carefully for the yin and yang energetics as well as their healing abilities. And every blend is infused with the healing energy of Reiki.
To Use: Simply put 2 or 3 drops under the nose and around the neck, the navel, and soles of the feet. Particularly useful in contagious environments such as on airplanes, public transpiration, crowded areas, etc.
Cinnamon bark - supports the immune system
Clove bud - antimicrobial, helps prevent a broad range of viral and bacterial infections
Eucalyptus - can improve asthma and allergies
Tea tree - boosts the immune system and helps prevent colds and flu, called a “cure all"
Black pine - calm, relaxed, look forward to the future
Peppermint - clears nasal and respiratory congestion
Echinacea - cold and flu herb, helps strengthen the immune system
in a jojoba base (live life!).
The use of essential oils can provide delightful and therapeutic experiences, but it is crucial to prioritize safety to prevent any unintended consequences. One primary precaution is to avoid direct contact with the eyes, as essential oils are potent and may cause irritation or discomfort in sensitive areas.
If essential oil accidentally comes into contact with the eyes, it is essential to act promptly and cautiously. Immediately flush the affected eye with cold water for at least 15 minutes, ensuring that the water stream is gentle to avoid additional irritation. If the irritation persists or worsens, it is advised to seek medical attention. Preventive measures are equally important. When applying essential oils topically, be mindful of their proximity to the eyes and consider using a carrier oil to dilute the essential oil if necessary. After handling essential oils, it is crucial to wash hands thoroughly to avoid inadvertently transferring them to the face or eyes.
Additionally, it is advisable to read and follow product-specific guidelines and warnings. Certain essential oils may be contraindicated for certain individuals, such as those with specific medical conditions, pregnant women, or young children. Understanding these considerations and using essential oils with mindfulness and respect for their potency ensures a positive and safe experience.
Please note that My Zen Skin Care does not recommend the internal use of its essential oils.
Dr. Martha Lucas, L.Ac., Psychologist and Practitioner of Chinese Medicine is the originator of My Zen Skin Care and one of the experts who can curate a skin care routine especially for you!
She has been called "the best Chinese medicine practitioner/Acupuncturist in Denver" and "the best Cosmetic Acupuncturist AND TEACHER OF COSMETIC ACUPUNCTURE out there!” and at her clinics in Denver and Littleton CO also offers
Facial Gua Sha Moisture Bomb Therapy
microneedling for hair loss,
microneedling for your face,
microneedling for your neck,
microneedling for your eyebrows,
microneedling for your hands
spider vein therapy
AND SHE OFFERS VIRTUAL THERAPY SO CHINESE MEDICINE IS ALWAYS NEAR YOU!
Please note that essential oil blends and products like audio meditations are not a substitute for medical treatment.