Chai Spice essential oil blend

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Chai Spice synergy blend

Ingredients: Essential oils of cardamom, ginger, black pepper, anise, and cinnamon leaf.

5mL $18.00
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This can be diffused or added to oil or lotion for an aromatic immunity body blend. To use topically add up to 12 drops per ounce but no more, rub it in to your chest and upper body for a warming motivating moisturizer that also helps combat unwanted microbes.

Cardamom is one of my favorite herbs, it has a nice respiratory component to it, improves digestion, helps to ease aches and pains and has warm balsamic scent with a hint of spice that opens my breathing airways and clears my lungs.

Ginger is highly anti-inflammatory, anti-viral and a boost to your immune system. Some of its components such as gingerenone A help your body get rid of old senescent cells thereby improving quality of life and health. It is warming, good for digestive issues and has a strong grounding quality.

Black Pepper, warm spicy and pungent. It is also anti-viral, improves digestion, relieves pain, and is stimulating. Black pepper represents strength and courage and can be used to strengthen our intentions and motivate us. It can be helpful in removing emotional blockages and mental fatigue. It is stimulating to our navel chakra center.

Anise is tops for antiviral protection and helping to keep your lungs clear with its expectorating qualities. It has a sweet licorice scent that is warming and also helpful for digestion.

Cinnamon sweet warming spicy cinnamon, true gem of an herb and essential oil. It is added at a safe dilution for skin and diffusing. It is antiviral, anti fungal, antibacterial, and strengthens the immune system. It can also treat digestive disorders. It is an excellent airborne antiseptic during cold and flu season. It has powerful analgesic qualities and is commonly used for muscular aches and pains — both the herb and essential oil.

You can see why chai tea blends are so popular — and tasty — and have been used by Ayurveda and other cultures for centuries.

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