Synthesis of 5 essential oils
The properties described below relate to the traditional use of the herb
Synthesis of 5 Essential Oils
Evaporate at room temperature
Description - mode of action
The Po-Ho oil was one of the first and most beloved compositions physician Dr.. Alfred Vogel. Contains five essential oils composition of fresh herbs:
The name comes from Po-Ho, Chinese (Mandarin) word for peppermint, which is the basis of five essential oils in this refreshing combination of oils.
The key feature of essential oils is that evaporate at room temperature - this is why they smell so good. They can be applied directly on the skin for massage or treatment with essential oils at home or the gym (a few drops in a ladle for the sauna).
Apart from imparting beautiful and relaxing fragrance, essential oils can also help your body in other ways, which are the basis for aromatherapy.
In addition, essential oils of peppermint and eucalyptus have been traditionally used to help maintain clean and fresh breath and good respiratory health - particularly during the season of colds and flu nasal congestion, runny nose, muscle aches, headache and sore throat.
Essential oils of peppermint herb 50%, 30% eucalyptus, juniper 14%, cumin and fennel 4% 2%
Dosage and method of use
If nose: Place 3-5 drops on a tissue and inhale or put in a bowl of warm water 10 drops Po-Ho oil and inhale the vapors. In sore throat: Put 5-10 drops in a glass of water and gargle. The Po-Ho oil can also be dissolved in another oil and used to massage the breast or to other areas where there is muscle pain.
If headache: Lightly massage the temples with 3-5 drops Po Ho oil.