R.C.™ Essential Oil is a powerful blend of Spruce, Cypress, and three types of Eucalyptus oils (E. globulus, E. radiata, and E. citriodora). Diffuse or apply it directly before, during, or after your workout. Its energetic aroma will help you stay motivated when you hit the weights, treadmill, or bike.
You can also combine Young Living R.C. oil with V-6™ Vegetable Oil Complex for an invigorating massage. This routine creates a relaxing spa-like experience and can even help when your day demands that you be out and about earlier than usual. Its robust scent will help you perk up as your day begins.
R.C. is also a great substitute for Aroma Seiz™ in Young Living’s Raindrop Technique®.
R.C. Essential Oil Uses:
- Rub on your chest and back of the neck before an early-morning workout.
- Use with V-6™ Vegetable Oil Complex for a foot or back massage after your gym routine, outdoor adventure, or yoga practice.
- Place a few drops in a hot bath or shower. The warm water will calm and soothe you, and the oil will diffuse with the steam for an invigorating and empowering experience.
- Brighten your outlook during early-morning errands by applying R.C. oil to your chest and wrists.
- For animals, dilute according to size. Rub on chest. Diffuse 2-4 drops for up to 30 minutes, 3 times daily.
100% pure, therapeutic-grade essential oil
5 ml bottle contains approximately 85 drops of essential oil.
15 ml bottle - contains approximately 250 drops of essential oil.
Dr. Richard Palmquist DVM, world renowned aromatherapist and author of the book 'Releasing Your Pet's Hidden Health Potential' has the following to say about essential oils and your dog:
Essential oils have been shown to have many possible desirable effects such as reducing anxiety and inflammation, fighting oxidative processes, battling toxins and fighting infections by inhibiting bacteria, fungi and viruses. Oil odors can also be used to affect mental states and memory. Modern doctors are looking for agents that will assist in management of resistant infections and cancer, and these natural products may well hold the key to several major advancements.
However, essential oils are not FDA approved to treat illness.