Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Birch Oil – Nature’s Pain Relief

This week ONLY Spark Naturals pure BIRCH is 20% off with coupon code: jillbewell at checkout!

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Testimony from my dear friend Carol... "I use this and my edema and inflammation and pain in my left knee is virtually gone. Honestly folks I suffer from severe Rheumatoid Arthritis, MS and Osteoarthritis and I have become a huge fan of EO'S after years of meds that did nothing for me."

Word to the wise, people stock up during this sale and don't wait too long to order in case inventory is wiped out. Birch is probably the most effective pain reliever in the world of EOs.  Many use it for nerve pain along with Block Blend…recipes for this can be found right here and here.

While it's pain relieving properties are renowned, it's also VERY good for bronchial/respiratory issues!

Birch can induce perspiration, a beneficial property for fevers. I would suggest diffusing Birch with Oregano and Lemon when there's cold or influenza in the house, alternating with Shield Protective Blend.

It's inexpensive but hard to find the purest varieties. No matter what oil you're loyal too, subsidize your collection with this one!

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Birch essential oil has been known for its unique properties, but it is extremely hard to find. Spark Naturals is excited to provide our customers with 100% pure Birch Essential Oil from Canada. Pure Birch oil contains 99% methyl salicylate, which has a cortisone-like quality as it reduces discomfort in the muscles, bones, and joints.  Spark Naturals Birch Essential Oil has been tested by a third party qualified lab and our oil has been found to be some of the purest available.
This oil will be available for a limited time.

Properties: Analgesic, Anti Spasmodic, Anti Septic & Disinfectant, Anti Rheumatic, Anti Arthritic, Astringent, Detoxifier, Depurative, Germicide & Insecticide, Febrifuge, Diuretic.

Historical Uses: Used extensively in massage oils to help muscular aches and pains. It has also been used pains related to arthritis, rheumatism, cramps, and tendinitis. Birch is also used as an anti-inflammatory.

Blends Well With: Lemon, Sandalwood and Rosemary.

Birch Essential Oil Application:
Can be used aromatically
Can be used topically (Apply Neat - undiluted)

Caution:
People with epilepsy should avoid this oil because it has high concentration of methyl salicylate. This oil should also be avoided by during pregnancy. Test a small sample on your skin before using this oil topically.

For the 20% discount you'll need to use the coupon code: jillbewell after this week you will receive 10% off your entire order.

FREE shipping on all orders over $55 too
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