Remember When Mental Focus Memory Spray rmbr031 Rosemary Petegrain Clary Sage

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Remember When Mental Focus Memory Spray rmbr031 Rosemary Petegrain Clary Sage
Air Spray for memory & mood lifting – Made with Rosemary, Clary Sage & Petigrain. I created this spray for myself. I walk into a room with a purpose.. and at the young age of 44.. completely forget why I went in there to begin with. I just started my studies for a 275 hour course to become a Certified Aromatherapist.. lost of studying.... chemical make up of oils.. Anatomy, Physiology etc.. I need all the help I can get and Rosemary is said to be able to help with memory and focus. Do not use on children under 6 and if you are pregnant. Each bottle contains semi-precious gemstones to help mix the essential oils, water and witch hazel when you shake before spraying. When you empty your bottles.. be sure you tump out the stones to see what you have!

This Product has not been evaluated by the FDA. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

About the Ingredients:
Common Uses for Rosemary: Respiratory conditions such as the common cold, catarrh, sinusitis, coughs, asthma and sore throats.
Some have been known to use it in muscle rubs after strenuous exercise or a stint of gardening and for the elderly, used in a blend for rheumatism and arthritis Some say it can boost circulation for those who suffer from cold feet, tired or weak legs and circulation problems in the extremities, be useful for headaches and will assist concentration when studying for exams.
Rumor has it, that according to Gabriel Mojay, Rosemary is suited to the cold, debilitated individual with poor sense of self worth who over-thinks and doubts their every action. Rosemary will add fire and make the person bold and offer inspiration and as a Herb of Remembrance, will help us to recall loved ones and to remember our own true path.
History: Rosemary Spanish was used in Roman burial rites, and that practice continued well into the middle ages when it was customary to lay branches of rosemary on the coffin at funerals. Because it grows in proximity to the sea, its name means Dew of the Sea. Its leaves were traditionally burned in hospitals to purify the air.
Cautions: Rosemary Spanish Essential Oil is generally non-toxic and non-sensitizing. It is not suitable for people with epilepsy or high blood pressure. Avoid in pregnancy since it is an emmenagogue

Clary Sage Essential Oil is viewed by aromatherapists as an antidepressant, antispasmodic, deodorant, emmenagogue, nervine, sedative, and uterine tonic. It is thought to provide a mild euphoric action, balancing uterine problems, and as an agent to clean greasy hair. There is also some documentation on its effectiveness in helping to relax spasms caused by asthma.
History: The name is derived from the Latin word Claris for clear, probably because the herb was once used for clearing mucous from the eyes. By the Middle Ages it was an esteemed medicine, also known as Oculus Christi, or the Eye of Christ. During the sixteenth century it was used in England as a replacement for hops when brewing beer.
Cautions: It is not to be used during pregnancy

Petitgrain bigarade is native to Southeast Asia. The tree now grows throughout the Mediterranean and sub-tropic areas worldwide. The bitter orange tree that provides the Petitgrain Essential Oil is also the source of Bitter Orange Oil and Neroli Oil.
Common Uses: Petitgrain Essential Oil is believed to have uplifting properties. Aromatherapists have long used it to calm anger and stress, while it has been used in the skin care industry for acne, oily skin, and as a deodorizing agent.
History: Originally the oil was produced in distilleries from the unripe oranges when they were the size of cherries. This explains why it is named Petitgrain – which in French means little grains. Nonetheless, this proved to be uneconomical and so the oil began being extracted from the leaves and twigs of the orange tree instead.
Cautions: Petitgrain (Sicily) Essential Oil is generally non-toxic, non-irritant, non-sensitizing. Avoid use during pregnancy

Why use Aromatherapy?
Aromatherapy is a safe & natural approach to addressing health issues and imbalances in both humans and canines when used correctly.

Is Aromatherapy Safe?
Yes, when used as directed by a registered aromatherapist. Rather than bombarding our systems with synthetic chemicals that can sometimes have far reaching and unforeseen effects, the use of essential oils offers a natural, balanced choice.

What precautions should be considered?
Always test a small area on your Inner elbow or the area of intended use before generally applying and wait 12-24 hours. If you or your dog responds negatively to the smell or it causes irritation, you should discontinue use.

Never spray any oils in or close to eyes, ears, nose, mouth, any exposed skin or sensitive areas.

Some oils, like Lemon, Orange and Bergamot, are phototoxic and exposure to direct sunlight should be avoided for at least 4 hours after being applied.
The use of oils when humans or dogs are or might be pregnant is not recommended. The use of essential oils if you are going through Chemo is not recommended. While some oils can be used safely during this time, you should check with your Doctor, vet or a registered aromatherapist before using them. For a list of child safe Essential oils you can contact me at

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