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This batch of soap has been specifically designed as a respiratory relief for congestion, clearing nasal tracks and lungs with anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and immune-boosting properties.

Historically holy basil oil has been used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat cold symptoms. It is an excellent source of antioxidants, antibacterial agents, and anti-inflammatory compounds for fighting chronic bronchial infections and respiratory illnesses, with great benefits to heart health and cognitive function.

Cinnamon leaf oil is an immune booster against cold and flue, repels bacteria and parasites, eases symptoms of congestion and bronchitis.

White camphor is beneficial for respiratory relief for congestion of the bronchi, larynx, pharynx, nasal tracks and lungs, it reduces pain and inflammation.

holy basil essential oil
cinnamon leaf oil
white camphor oil
avocado oil
tropical flower honey
glycerin
green moringa powder,

blue corn flower and hibiscus flower as natural sources of color 
lavender flower

Essential oils have different levels of measurable vibrational frequencies, just like thoughts and emotions. Their purity determines the level of their resonance and the effects they create in the different systems of the human body and the environment.​  

I use essential oils in: emollients for massages, I blend them in sprays, in the diffuser during sessions, and we design wonderful soaps with them as well.

Essential Oils, Soaps & Teas: 

Wisdom from Mother Nature 

The region of the brain associated with the olfactory center allowing us to have an experience of smell, works closely with the limbic system concerned with our basic drives such as hunger, thirst and sex drive, and also our most subtle responses such as emotion, memory, creativity and intuition.  The olfactory region is also linked to the hypothalamus, the structure which controls the entire hormonal system by influencing the master gland - the pituitary.  This is why smells instantly influence the physical and emotional states of our being.  A healthy olfactory center can sense over 10,000 different smells.