EMC 5 – III Optimism Awareness

Perfumed massage:
• understand the good management of your life situations
• recognize and know
• to elaborate with optimism
• “digest”, to transform in the correct way the inputs coming from outside
• to have good relationships

Useful when:
• attacks of anger, aggression
• impatience
• heaviness in the stomach
• tendency to keep things to oneself
• resentment
• tendency to close oneself into a relationship

Size: 50 ml – 100 ml* (1,7 fl. oz – 3,4 fl. oz *)
*intended for professional users
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Use:

During the massage: apply to the solar plexus and the abdomen, on the dorsal and lumbar vertebrae, all of the spinal column and other parts of the body, to feel the benefits of the aromatherapy and the phytotherapy.

In reflexology: apply morning and evening with a light massage to the points of the feet and hands connected to the digestive apparatus.

The digestive system looks after … – Read more –

Functional ingredients:

black elderberry fruit*, burdock*, orange, lemon, fennel*, peppermint*, aubergine*, sweet cicely*.
* Plant cultivated by us

Technical product information

Ingredients:
Aqua, Alcohol, Glycerin, Sambucus nigra fruit extract, Arctium lappa root extract, Citrus aurantifolia peel extract, Citrus limon peel extract, Foeniculum vulgare fruit extract, Mentha piperita leaf extract, Solanum melongena fruit extract, Myrrhis odorata extract.

Use

During the massage: apply to the solar plexus and the abdomen, on the dorsal and lumbar vertebrae, all of the spinal column and other parts of the body, to feel the benefits of the aromatherapy and the phytotherapy.

In reflexology: apply morning and evening with a light massage to the points of the feet and hands connected to the digestive apparatus.

The digestive system looks after the digestion and assimilation of food and liquids; it carries out the nutritive functions and also the elimination of unusable waste. In psychosomatics it represents our way “to digest” experience or existential situations, to assimilate them or eliminate them. To digest the situations means to live them in the correct way (to let them go); if instead they remain “in the stomach” they become a weight on our life, creating anger, aggression and resentment (to keep hold of), resulting in the consequence of difficult relationships with the people who are part of our everyday life.