EMC 8 – Calm Objectivity

Perfumed massage:
• rediscover peace, relaxation
• try lightness, relief
• encourage sleep
• to be one with oneself, in all activities and circumstances

Useful when:
• very tense
• situations of stress
• panic attacks
• worried
• fatigue to fall asleep
• hypertensive and frenetic
• mood swings

Size: 50 ml – 100 ml* (1,7 fl. oz – 3,4 fl. oz *)
*intended for professional users
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emc_8_essentia

Use:

During the massage: on the entire foot taking particular care of the big toe, on the spinal vertebrae or other parts of the body, to feel the benefits of the aromatherapy and phytotherapy.

In reflexology: apply morning and evening with a light massage to the points of the feet and hands connected to the nervous system

Psychosomatic disturbances should be… – Read more –

Functional ingredients:

woodruff*, orange, lemon, hawthorn flowers*, bay laurel*, white horehound*, peppermint*, red poppy*, cowslip*, rosemary*, valerian*.
* Plant cultivated by us

Technical product information

Ingredients:
Aqua, Alcohol, Glycerin, Asperula odorata flower/leaf extract, Citrus aurantifolia peel extract, Citrus limon peel extract, Crataegus oxyacantha flower extract, Laurus nobilis leaf extract, Marrubium vulgare extract, Mentha piperita leaf extract, Papaver rhoeas petal extract, Primula vulgaris extract, Rosmarinus officinalis extract, Valeriana officinalis root extract.

Use

During the massage: on the entire foot taking particular care of the big toe, on the spinal vertebrae or other parts of the body, to feel the benefits of the aromatherapy and phytotherapy.

In reflexology: apply morning and evening with a light massage to the points of the feet and hands connected to the nervous system

Psychosomatic disturbances should be considered as an authentic illness that can cause damage to the organs and are caused by or aggravated by emotional factors. The psychosomatic symptoms affect the autonomous nervous system and produce a vegetative response to situations of psychic disadvantage or stress. These negative emotions can maintain the autonomous nervous system (sympathetic system) in a state of excitement and the body in a condition of continued emergency, sometimes for a period longer than the organism is capable of supporting, causing damage to the weaker organs.