Foot Bath

Blog Posted on September 3, 2008 : AIYO YO 

Hi. Thanks for all your concern. I’m very touched to receive so many sms advising me not to proceed with my Thailand trip. Mom and Dad are very worried too. I shouldn’t made them worry for me. I just called to postpone the herbal course that I wanted to attend. So I am now able to post more information again!

Hahahaaaa….hope you are not overloaded with information. featured me in the latest touch therapy class.

I will be conducting my Part 1 Workshop for first timer in Mandarin. For the benefits of those who read Mandarin, I will post the details for this workshop in Mandarin soon. This workshop is for first timer only. If you have attended my Part 1 workshop before, and find that it is worth your time to attend, do introduce this workshop to your friends or relatives who has always wanted to attend my workshop in Mandarin, this is the chance to register now.

Since my trip is cancel now, I am doing a footbath at home to pamper myself.

Recipe for footbath – Soak your feet in Warm water for 15mins. 3 times a week.

  • Cold hand and cold feet: 2 drops of Ginger & 2 drops of Lavendula Vera
  • High blood pressure: 2 drops of Lavendula Vera & 2 drops of Mandarin
  • Dull skin and blemishes: 2 drops of Ginger & 2 drops of Petitgrain
  • Poor memory and Fatigue: 2 drops of Peppermint, 2 drops of Rosemary and 2 drops of Lavendula Vera
  • Depression: 2 drops of Grapefruit Pink, 2 drops of Lemon & 2 drops Lavendula Vera
  • Anxiety: 2 drops of Frankincense, 2 drops of Rose Geranium & 1 drop of Lavendula
  • BAD LUCK: 5 elements oil

Blog Posted on May 29, 2008 : Ginger Oil – Dandruff and Freckles Cure too 

Good morning. Today, let me introduce a new oil called Ginger oil. This oil is a very precious oil and takes kilos of Ginger root to extract just a bit of oil. High grade Ginger oil is very costly.

Since ancient times, it is recorded specifically in both Sanskrit and Chinese texts. It is also mentioned in literature from the Greeks, Romans, and Arabians.

Ginger oil is applicable for colds and flu, nausea (motion sickness, morning sickness) muscle aches (particularly the back), circulation issues and arthritic pain. It also has warming properties that help to combat loneliness, and depression. Ginger is also viewed as an aphrodisiac based on it’s energizing properties.

For chronic back pain, you can blend ginger oil with olive oil and massage the back. It is very good for people who have cold hand and feet to use it to perform footbath.

For Freckles, blemishes, dark eye rings and eye bags caused by tiredness and poor blood circulation doing a ginger oil hand bath is very beneficial. Simply add 2 drops of Ginger oil in warm water and immerse hand in it for 15mins. Remember blood circulation is the key towards beautiful skin and good health.

For dull hair and dandruff problems, serious blemishes and dull skin. Add 5 drops Ginger oil and 2 tablespoons of salt in a pail of warm water. Immerse foot in it for 20mins. You can put a golf ball in the pail and massage your leg. Very Very effective way to improve problem if you have dandruff due to weakness in body types. You can also see an improvement in your skin texture.

Do this thrice a week.

For Wind in Tummy or joint pain due to dampness. 
5 drops Ginger oil and 3 drops Lavendula Vera in a 30 gram of body lotion. Massage affected part.

Ginger is a very strong oilDo not apply too much onto skin, and some may get skin allergy with it.

Bryan Lao Shi Highest Grade plus freshest Bryan Lao Shi’s Ginger Oil : 12ml . Check it out from Product page.

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