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Are you prone to the common cold, flu, or even have emotional distress? If so, there's a technique that has been around for over 20 years that may be able to help you fight off the common cold as well as keeping your mental state in balance. It's known as the Raindrop Technique, but what exactly is the Raindrop Technique & how can it benefit you?

What is the Raindrop Technique?

You heard of Aromatherapy, reflexology and massage? Well, think of the Raindrop Technique as a unique blend of all 3. Dr. Gary Young, founder of Young Living Essential oils developed the raindrop technique originally to help people with scoliosis and vertebrae that were out of alignment. Now many practitioners use this technique to help release toxins, fight off viruses and relax the mind.

How does the Raindrop Technique Work?

There are primarily 9 essential oils in the Raindrop Technique that allows it to be a powerful modality for body renewal and inner healing. A Raindrop Practitioner will drop each essential oil on your body at least 6 inches from your skin. As you lay, on the table the practitioner will proceed to massage your feet using the Vita Flex technique, and then he/she will continue to massage your back and rub the essential oils into your body allowing them to penetrate through the skin.

Why Essential Oils Are Used in the Raindrop Technique?

These are not your ordinary essential oils, these are oils that can be traced back in history, and was actually used in the bible. Each oil has a distinctive smell, and a unique purpose. The primary oils included in the Raindrop Technique include the following:

  • Marjoram: Calms Nerves, soothes muscles, and has antimicrobial & antiseptic properties.
  • Oregano: highly antimicrobial and antiviral
  • Thyme: antimicrobial, strong antiseptic, revitalizes and energizes the body
  • Wintergreen: anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antiseptic, eases bone, muscle and joint discomfort, antispasmodic
  • Peppermint: soothes digestion, improves concentration, promotes mental clarity
  • Cypress: anti-infectious, antispasmodic, increases circulation

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