3rd Eye Activation Oil
This herb and aromatherapy infused magical oil is called Nasya Oil in Ayurveda. Nasya is Sanskrit for Nose. 3rd Eye activation oil is a clarifying and soothing oil that will calm heated emotions and bring peace to the mind so you can hear the wisdom of your heart and heal any hidden trauma in the nervous system.
Benefits: Nasya oil lubricates and soothes the nasal passages. It will also bring the mind-balancing herbs and essential oils directly to the brain allowing for clarity of the mind and engagement of the parasympathetic nervous system. The nose is the direct entrance to the brain and to our cognitive functions; the life force of prana enters through the nose. Prana controls the vital cerebral, sensory, and motor functions of the body. Nasya therapy gives immediate relief to most disorders relating to these functions. including anxiety, depression, sadness and other stress-related emotions and systems.
This balance allow you to feel calm, collected and inspired to follow your dreams.
To use: place 1-2 drops on your pinky finger and gently massage into nasal passage. OR, tip your head back and drop one-two drops into each nostril. Use whenever you need a moment of peace and quiet.
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1 oz in a glass dropper bottle
*these statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to cure or treat any disease or symptom.