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Edible Serenity Massage Oil Calms the Body, Mind and Spirit

Edible Serenity Massage Oil Calms the Body, Mind and Spirit

Edible Serenity Massage Oil Calms the Body, Mind and Spirit

Edible Serenity Massage Oil calms the body, mind and spirit through the use of a blend of therapeutic quality essential oils of Lavender, Rosemary, Ylang Ylang, Orange, Lemon, and Lime. Most noteworthy are the benefits of a serene mind and peacefulness.*

Especially relevant, is that this fresh scented massage oil contains essential oils which stimulate the brain to become calm and also to ease the mind, body, and spirit.*

Our massage oils are created with a harmonious carrier oil blend of Sunflower, Apricot Kernel and Sweet Almond oils.  This exquisite formula allows hands to glide over the skin and achieve deep penetration. The properties found within these oils condition and soften skin while providing vitamins, minerals, and proteins.

Enhance Tranquility Using Edible Serenity Massage Oil

The essential oils of Lavender, Rosemary, Ylang Ylang, Orange, Lemon, and Lime make a powerful combination which enhances peace of mind.* Serenity is used for many purposes including relaxing muscles, while enhancing peacefulness of all the facets of self.*

Edible Serenity Massage Oil calms the body, mind and spirit. Yet, using our massage oil alone to achieve serenity will provide less powerful results. We recommend mindfulness or meditation practices to help slow down the mind, too.

Consequently, this allows you to detach from the emotions of the mind and instead become an observer of things that are happening in the present moment. Practice being in control of your mind, and not allowing your mind to control you!

Using both tools – massage oil and meditation/mindfulness regularly can help you achieve more calm in your daily life.*

Go here to see our entire edible massage oil collection or learn more about our quality massage oils.

*This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease.

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