K A P H A Rejuvenating Herbal Body Oil
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Amla | Cardamom | Amethyst
Ancient blend of Certified Organic rejuvenating and balancing herbs including Amla, Greater Galangal, Heart-leaved Moonseed, Dill and Indian Leadwort infused in a powerful combination of skin-loving fatty acids from Certified Organic Black Sesame, Avocado, Rosehip and Jojoba that hydrate, repair and brighten.
Scents of Cardamom, Ginger, and Grapefuit enhanced by hand-crafted biogenic Amethyst Gem Essence.
Specifically formulated to promote invigoration during times of stress and to be used with postpartum belly-wrapping.
Warm oil in the hands and apply generously all over the body, focusing on the joints. For use with the postpartum belly wrap, apply delicate pressure to abdomen and lower back before wrapping.
Certified Organic Black sesame [Sesamum indicum] oil infused with Greater Galangal [Alpinia galangal]*, Dill [Anethum graveolens]*, Amla [Embelica Officinalis]*, Liquorice [Glycerrhiza glabra]*, Indian Leadwort [Plumbago indica]*, Heart-leaved Moonseed [Tinospora cordifolia]*, Calamus [Acorus calamus]*, and Cardamom [Elettaria cardamomum]*; Avocado oil [Persea americana]*, Jojoba oil [Simmondsia chinesis]*, Rose Hip [Rosa canina]*, Essential oils: Grapefruit [Citrus paradisi]*, Cardamom [Elettaria cardamomum], Clary Sage [Salvia sclarea]*, Ginger [Zingiber officinale]*, Fennel [Foeniculum vulgare], and hand-crafted biogenic gem essence of Amethyst.
(*Denotes Certified Organic).
What is K A P H A?
EARTH | WATER
- Oily – Unctuous & oily.
- Cold – Reduced heat and activity of metabolic processes.
- Heavy – A side effect of the stability of the Earth element.
- Stable – Grounded due to the Earth.
- Viscous – Stickiness of excess Earth.
- Dense – Solid mentally and physically.
- Smooth – More even due to a lack of air and dryness.
How does this present physically?
When K A P H A energy is high there may be excess weight, swelling, fluid retention, cellulite, puffiness, dull skin, blackhead and sluggish digestion.
K A P H A accumulates in the:
- Pleural Cavity
- Pericardial Cavity