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Boost Your Immunity with the Raindrop Technique

Raindrop therapy, also called Raindrop Technique, is an aromatherapy massage technique created by Gary Young, the founder of Young Living Essential Oils. It is performed on clients by applying a undiluted essential oils to the skin.

In Young Living’s words,

“The Raindrop Technique® is a unique practice based on methods that have been used for centuries to rejuvenate the body and mind. The Raindrop Technique helps bring balance and harmony to the body by combining targeted massage and distinctive energy approaches. It also includes pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils to create an atmosphere of spirituality and serenity.”

The Raindrop technique involves the application of ten specific essential oils. These essential oils have been clinically tested to have immunity boosting, antiviral, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties.

The oils are worked into the spine using light finger strokes, stimulating energy impulses and dispersing the oils along the nervous system throughout the entire body. This helps bring the body into balance and the energy centers can be cleared and re-aligned.

Aromatherapy massage will also help to reduce spinal inflammations and kill viruses that hibernate along the spinal column. By stimulating the central nervous system, you affect every system in the body including emotional release and support.

The following essential oils are commonly used for this technique:

  1. Valor: helps Balance and Re-align the Energy Centers of the Body. It is made up of a blend of four oils: rosewood, blue tansy, frankincense, and spruce. Rosewood is said to have many healing properties that are antibacterial, anti-infectious, anti-fungal, antiviral, and anti-parasitic. It is soothing to the skin and helps to renew its elasticity. Blue Tansy is used for its antihistamine and anti-inflammatory properties. Frankincense is used for its ability to lift the negative effects of despair and stress by stimulating parts of the brain. Spruce, an antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-infectious agent, is thought to stimulate the emotions toward a sense of balance.

  2. Oregano: supports the immune, respiratory, nervous, and other body systems. It is a strong antioxidant. This oil reacts in a more aggressive way than thyme, but performs in much the same way in that it helps to stimulate the body’s immune system and balance the metabolism of the body.

  3. Thyme: also supports the immune, respiratory, nervous, and other body systems. It is considered beneficial in reducing and eliminating bacteria that is present in the body as well.

  4. Basil: used to relax the muscles, including those of the digestive system and heart. Plus, its use is thought to stimulate the sense of smell and reduce mental fatigue.

  5. Cypress: may reduce tension.

  6. Wintergreen: is used to elevate the awareness of the body’s sensory system, as well as relieve joint discomfort, muscle aches, and bone stress.

  7. Marjoram: the healing properties associated with marjoram are thought to support the proper functioning of the body’s respiratory system.

  8. Peppermint: may reduce tension, as well as benefit the respiratory system, sooth digestive problems, improve mental acuity, and to improve the senses of taste and smell.

  9. Aroma Siez: a blend of oils that are essential in helping the body to relax and remain in a calm state. This special blend is thought to reduce and relieve the soreness and tightness of muscles that have been overworked due to fatigue, stress, or injury.

  10. Lavender: an anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anticonvulsant, antiseptic, and has a sedating agent.

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