Nature's Formulary Warming massage oil is formulated using oils highly regarded in Ayurveda. Sesame oil lubricates and nourishes the skin. Lemon grass oil is useful in stress related conditions, while Nutmeg and Cinnamon oils are warming and stimulating.
- With Luxurious Oils of Lemongrass, Nutmeg & Cinnamon
- Helps Soften the skin
Ayurvedic philosophy believes that massage enhances the senses and helps restore the balance of the Doshas (as combination of Vata, Pitta, Kapha — your unique constitution) and thereby relieve the physical and mental conditions resulting from the imbalance.
Ayurvedic Warming Massage Oil is helpful not just as an excellent aromatic massage oil, but it is also useful for mascular and joint conditions that need warmth for relief.
Gently massage over body until evenly spread. Massage body at least once a week or as needed.
Oils of Sesame, Jojoba, Sweet almond, Wheat germ; essential oils of Nutmeg, Lemongrass, Cinnamon, Cumin.
(Amounts per Suggested Serving Size)
For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes, open wounds, sensitive areas.
About Nature's Formulary
Nature's Formulary was started 21 years ago with a vision to deliver the highest quality Ayurvedic products. Nature's Formulary products are 100% natural, we do not use any artificial additives or preservatives. All of its products are cruelty-free; Nature's Formulary does not do any testing on animals, and it was the the first Ayurvedic company in the USA to use vegetarian formulas. Products are packaged in the USA and have also passed accreditations from the Natural Products Association and the U.S. Pharmacopeia. Nature's Formulary adheres to the Ayurvedic tenet that good health comes from integrating all aspects of our lives, from herbs to diet, excercise and massage.
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