Essential Oils for Lung-Large Intestine Channel Acupressure Points
All-Natural! 100% Pure Essential Oils!
.15 oz./4.25 gr.
The essential oils in this handy, time-saving roll-up solid activates points on the Lung Channel and the Large Intestine Meridians listed below. It can be applied with or without pressure for effective self care treatments that initiate emotional and physical balancing. Many of the points along both Channels help to normalize the respiratory system including the sinuses. Addresses issues associated with Metal Element Imbalances including unresolved grief and sadness, lack of spiritual connection or growth, digestive issues, poor personal boundaries, and low self-worth. This remedy can be used on, above, or below areas of pain or trauma on acupuncture points on the Lung and Large Intestine Channels for pain relief.
Directions for Use: Apply several times per day to indicated acupressure points
- Acupressure Point Lung 1
- Acupressure Point Lung 7
- Acupressure Point Lung 9
- Acupressure Point Lung 10
- Acupressure Point Large Intestine 4
- Acupressure Point Large Intestine 10
- Acupressure Point Large Intestine 11
- Acupressure Point Large Intestine 20
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Store in a cool place out of direct sunlight.
For external use only
Keep out of reach of children and pets
Contra-indicated for pregnant or nursing women and infants/children
Can stain fabrics/surfaces
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