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Multiple uses :
?(1)Face Care
Take 2-5 drops of essential oil added toner or lotion or cream for daily facial care
(2)Hair Care
5 drops into the water to wash your hair, or drop into the shampoo and conditioner used in, or directly to massage the scalp
(3)Whole Bady Care
Take 4-6 drops of essential oil to join the body massage cream for body massage
(4)Environmental Care
It can be as perfume spray in the environment
Add appropriate amount of essential oil in the bathtub, bath for 15-20 minutes, so that the body can be relaxed
(6)Foot Care
Take 3-6 drops of essential oil into hot water, feet soak 10-15 minutes, relieve stress, promote blood circulation, physical fitness
(7)Aromatherapy mouthwash
Take 2-3 drops of essential oil into the water, mouthwash 10-15 seconds, remove bad breath, keep the tone fresh
In the aromatherapy instrument by adding 5-6 drops of essential oil, can purify the air, soothing relaxation

step1.Take a small amount of scar removal oil;
step2.The essential point 2-3 drops in the palm, easy to use;
step3.The essential oil of uniform point affected part, gently massage;
step4.Massage until absorbed;
step5.Use finger flick the skin, help the oil absorption;

Package list:
1 x Essential oil (10ml/Bottle with retail box)

Product Features

  • Ginger essential oil has been known to cure pain, stop vomiting, protect from wounds becoming septic, and relax spasm.
  • Usage: Aromatherapy, massage, spray, bath, foot bath
  • Inhibit bacterial growth, eliminate gas, and improve brain and memory function, while helping to expel phlegm & catarrh.
  • Promote blood circulation, relieve pain, and invigorate the spleen and stomach.
  • Helps to dispel cold and dampness and expel the toxin in the body.

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No! Not CBT exposure therapy. Yes, the Thrive Programme!

My daughter has a terror of vomiting

Sometimes she wakes up in the night panicking that she is going to get sick

My nine-year-old daughter has always had a fear of vomit. She was triggered recently by a girl vomiting in her class. The next morning she wanted me to bring her brother to school first. She felt sick and was terrified she was going to vomit. She had what looked similar to a panic attack. She was physically shaking. Nothing could distract her.

Most nights before bed she feels sick, looks at the mirror and sticks her tongue out and asks, “Is my tongue white? Am I pale?” She sometimes feels sick during the day. Recently, I got a call from the principal to say she was sick and was very pale. I explained to the principal that she sometimes worries that she is going to vomit. I got on the phone to her and asked, “Is this the worry bug back again?” I explained that I had a meeting but will have my phone on, and if she still feels sick to return to the principal’s office. She returned to the class and was fine.

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