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Herbal Body / Bath / Massage Oil for Easing Insomnia

Before there were aisles of medicine at the local drugstore, humans relied on Mother Nature's offering for relief:

-- Skullcap root - relaxing; a well-known sedative

-- Safflower petal - mild sedative; helps with chest pains / panic attacks

-- Lavender - sedative and anti-anxiety; proven to be calming on the nervous system

-- Chamomile - major calming effect when inhaled; helps with nausea

-- Roselle Hibiscus - sedative; can stabilize high blood pressure

-- Mugwort - aids in sleeping; helps with menopausal/menstrual insomnia

-- Goji berry - promotes healthy sleep

-- Kiwi - high levels of serotonin; aids onset of sleep

-- Frankincense - sedative; helps with menopausal/menstrual insomnia and PMS restlessness

Natural Infused Aromatherapy

Under the radiant sun in coastal South Carolina, organic herbs are solar-infused into the oils for 4 weeks, reaping maximum benefits from each plant's unique healing properties. All herbs & flowers are carefully grown, harvested and dried right here on the farm. No chemical pesticides ever touch this soil (only the feathered bug-eating machines), and the only fertilizer used (tilled & incorporated with the soil between growing seasons) is all-natural aged compost. 


Personally hand-crafted with organic ingredients, products contain ABSOLUTELY:

~ NO dyes

~ NO synthetic fragrances




Gently rub a few drops onto skin, massage a drop or two into temples, or add some to a warm bath water for help falling asleep. External use only.



* Studies on herbal remedies have been recorded since 2000 BC, when Chinese Emperor Shen Nong researched & advocated the medicinal benefits for over 300 different plants.
* The skin is the largest organ of the human body, allowing the body to absorb beneficial properties from herbs faster than when ingested.

Insomniac Herbal Body Oil

  • The literature here is for educational purposes only, and is not meant to replace the diagnosis or treatment of medical professionals. The information in this listing is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


    Please do your own research and learn any precautions associated with any of the natural herbs.


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