Product Information and Traditional & Alternative Uses The seed pods of the vanilla orchid are the source of this delicately fragrant oil. Fresh vanilla pods have no scent, and it takes a long, labor-intensive process to isolate the aromatic essential oil. Despite vanilla’s association with baking, essential oil of vanilla has several uses outside the kitchen.
1 APHRODISIAC 2 CAN REDUCE FEVERS 3 RELAXATION 4 BOOSTS LIBIDO
5 FIGHTS INFECTIONS 6 ANTIDEPRESSANT 7 LOWERS BLOOD PRESSURE
PRIMARY USE - APHRODISIAC & DEPRESSION: BOOST LIBIDO: Add to diffuse and diffuse throughout the day. Apply directly to meridian points CV4, B23, B47, K1, B27, B34. LOWERS BLOOD PRESSURE: Add to a diffuser and diffuse throughout the day. Apply 2-3 drops to the back of the neck and temples RELAXATION & DEPRESSION: Add to a diffuser and diffuse throughout the day. Apply 2-3 drops to the back of the neck and temples CAN REDUCE FEVERS: Add two drops to 2 drops of Aeroma peppermint dilute with four drops of camelina oil. Apply to the chest. Add a warm compress or heating pad. Repeat throughout the day.
**Consult your primary care provider before making any changes to your current dietary regimen. Many essential oils may enhance or decrease the effectiveness of prescription drugs.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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