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STEP 9 - MUSCLE TENSION

One of the first symptoms people often notice at the onset of stress is muscle tension.

Stress causes individuals to tense their muscles as a fight-or-flight response to the stressful situation.

Clenched fists or jaws, teeth grinding, or tense shoulders are all indicators that someone is under stress.

These reactions are not problematic if they only last for short periods of time; but in cases of chronic stress, where people remain in a tense physical state for a longer period, it can cause discomfort in the head, neck, jaw, and back.

Fortunately, several Essential Oils are especially good for soothing tension and muscular discomfort, Here are some of them:

• Wintergreen

• Lemongrass

• Massage Blend

• Soothing Blend

• Tension Blend

TENSION BLEND is a distinctive blend of Essential Oils known to help ground and balance emotions. Known for their soothing effects on both the mind and body, the Essential Oils in TENSION BLEND quickly promote feelings of relaxation and calm emotions.

TENSION BLEND comes in a convenient 10 mL roll-on for easy application when at work or home. Simply apply to the neck, shoulders, or behind the ears to help calm emotions and reduce the tension in muscles while breathing in the cooling, distinctive aroma of TENSION BLEND.

PRIMARY BENEFITS

• Helps provide grounding and balanced emotions.

• Helps ease stressful feelings.

• Packaged for convenient application in a roll-on bottle.

INGREDIENTS

Wintergreen Leaf, Lavender Flower, Peppermint Plant, Frankincense Resin, Cilantro Herb, Marjoram Leaf, Roman Chamomile Flower, Basil Leaf, and Rosemary Leaf Essential Oils.

PRACTICAL USES

• Massage into shoulders, neck, and back for a cooling, soothing sensation.

• Add to temples and back of neck before taking a test or presenting in public.

• Apply to the wrists while traveling to help calm emotions.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

TOPICAL USE: Apply to desired area. Dilute with Fractionated Coconut Oil to minimize any skin sensitivity.

QUESTION – WHEN YOU ARE UNDER STRESS, WHERE DO YOU USUALLY FEEL THE MOST TENSION?

A. HEAD

B. NECK

C. BACK

D. JAW

E. ALL OF THE ABOVE

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