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Forest Bath Decongestion Aromatherapy Oil


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Vizu FOREST BATH Decongestion Oil is inspired by the Japanese phrase shinrin yoku, which is a form of nature therapy intended to improve physical, mental, and spiritual health. It was always encouraged by the Ancients that spending time in the forests soothes one’s spirits, and it also helps with healing respiratory ailments, lowering stress and depression, enhance immunity, lowers blood pressure and speeds up physical and psychological recovery. This is due to various essential oils, generally called phytoncide, which trees emit to protect themselves from predators, germs and insects.

FOREST BATH Aromatherapy Oil is formulated to help those with chronic respiratory ailments such as sinus, asthma and frequent nasal congestion. The essential oils of these 7 non-threatened trees are thoughtfully chosen to be the primary components of FOREST BATH aromatherapy blend

  • Cypress – an evergreen tree native to Asia and the Mediterranean area. Early physicians recommended that patients with lung ailments go to the island of Crete, which had dense forests of cypress trees. It was highly valued as a medicine and as an incense by ancient civilizations and it is still used as a purification incense by the Tibetians.
  • Siberian Fir – an evergreen tree native to North America and Europe. There are about 40 species of the fir tree. The American Indians used every part of the tree for a different remedy. The inner bark was prepared into a tea to alleviate chest pains, the twigs were used as a laxative, the powdered roots were placed in the mouth to soothe sores, the needles and resin were inhaled in the sauna to help relieve colds and coughs. The resin was also applied to the skin to heal burns, sores, cuts, wounds, inflammation, and relieve congestion and itching.
  • Eucalyptus – is native to Australia. The forests of Australia are made up of over 90% eucalyptus trees. There are about 700 different species of eucalyptus. The Aborigines of Australia used eucalyptus as a remedy for colds, sore throats, breathing difficulties, congestion relief, infections, and pain.
  • Tea tree – an evergreen tree native to Australia and is found in wet lowland locations. The Aborigines inhale the oils from the crushed leaves to treat coughs and colds, they also make an infusion from the leaves to treat skin ailments and sore throat.
  • Pine – an evergreen tree native to Asia and Europe. It is estimated that a pine can live to 1200 years old. The American Indians used pine needles to prevent scurvy and the bark and berries for rheumatism, broken bones, bruises, sores, inflammation, colds, coughs, lung ailments, headaches, and to fight infections.
  • Frankincense – native to Arabia, Africa and India; it is found in hot, dry locations. Traditionally, frankincense was used to fumigate sickrooms. Nearly 5,000 years ago, the ancient Egyptians burned the incense of frankincense in the temples during religious ceremonies. The Ancients also used frankincense to improve circulation, relieve congestion of the breathing passages, ease muscle and joint aches, regulate menstruation, and reduce inflammations.
  • Copaiba – an evergreen tree native to the Amazon rainforest. Copaiba is the antibiotic of the forest. The natives use copaiba resin as an ointment to heal the skin. Copaiba oil is a traditional remedy for sore throat as it has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.
Available in 30g glass drip bottle.


Cypress leaf oil, eucalyptus leaf oil, Siberian fir needle oil, pine oil, rosemary leaf oil, tea tree leaf oil, peppermint leaf oil, frankincense resin oil, organic copaiba oleoresin, blue cypress wood oil, geranium bourbon flower oil, organic Bulgarian lavender flower oil, black pepper oil, clove bud oil.


As aromatherapy: Inhale via a water diffuser or nebuliser. Diffuse this blend to sleep will gradually help to clear nasal congestion in the mornings. This method works best for asthma sufferers. For quick emergency fix of runny or congested nose, use 1-2 drops of onto mask, tissue/towel, cotton ball and inhale deeply for 10 minutes. Ensure that oil does not touch your skin directly or it may cause dermal irritation.
For asthmatic patients, do not inhale this oil directly. Inhalation via a diffuser is the best way to soothe and improve asthmatic symptoms. Do not apply or instill near the face of pets and children below 8 years old. For young children, ambient diffusing with 1-2 drops in a well ventilated space is safe. Avoid topical use during pregnancy. Dilute before topical application.


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