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Tonic Oil - Stimulates Chi & Blood Flow
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Price: $29.95
Shipping Weight: 2.00 pounds
Tonic Oil - Chi Mover 4oz
A general-purpose Chi activator containing camphor, eucalyptus and wintergreen in a pure sesame oil base. Used in traditional Chinese medicine to warm, stimulate and activate the flow of Chi and blood. Massage gently to provide relief from minor aches and pains.

Other uses: our customers report that they put a few drops of Tonic Oil in their shampoo to stimulate the scalp. Others have told us that when they have a stuffy nose, they rub a little Tonic Oil on their upper lip and breathe deeply. You can add a few drops to your bath water for a soothing bath.

Have a sore throat or cough from a cold? Some customers recommend a couple of drops of Tonic oil in a cup of tea to soothe and clear your throat.

For sore, tired feet massage Tonic Oil on the whole foot, rubbing particularly well into the pads of the feet. Then soak in cool water. A great pick-me-up.

Tonic oil ingredients: Menthol, Camphor, Eucalyptus oil, Wintergreen, Fennel oil, Sesame oil.

Camphor oil, an aromatic herb with local warming; Menthol, Eucalyptus, Fennel and Wintergreen oils are traditionally used for relieving joint pain; Sesame oil provides a hypo-allergenic base and is often used both internally and topically in TCM for skin problems.

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