Relieve heavy leg syndrome, varicose veins, and other circulatory problems with essential oils

Relieve heavy leg syndrome, varicose veins, and other circulatory problems with essential oils known for their therapeutic properties.

Poor blood circulation can affect your body in many different ways, especially when exacerbated by external factors such as heat, prolonged sitting or standing, travel (in a plane or car), etc., all of which can cause heavy legs, numbness, and swelling in the limbs. Did you know it’s possible to relieve these unpleasant symptoms with essential oils?

Evergreen Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens)

Evergreen Cypress is known for its stimulating properties that help blood circulation and other circulatory problems. Evergreen Cypress essential oil is used in aromatherapy as a venous tonic and astringent to treat varicose veins and haemorrhoids.

Rosemary Camphor Type (Rosmarinus officinalis CT Camphoriferum)

Rosemary has the peculiar characteristic of developing a different chemical composition (chemotype) depending on where it’s grown and under what conditions. Each chemotype has properties with specific uses. Rosemary Camphor essential oil is used in aromatherapy to relieve muscle and joint pain and improve blood circulation.

Cedarwood Atlas (Cedrus atlantica)

Cedar is known for its draining, circulatory, and decongestant properties. Atlas Cedar essential oil is used in aromatherapy as a lymphatonic to stimulate lymphatic circulation and relieve minor skin ailments.

Pink or White Grapefruit (Citrus paradisii)

In diffusion, Pink or White Grapefruit essential oil has a fruity and invigorating scent that will freshen your spirits. The oil is used topically in aromatherapy to help relieve stress and nervous tension. It is also used to treat oedema and reduce cellulite.

Visit Our Remedies – Circulatory System, where you can discover all the essential oils used to relieve heavy legs, varicose veins, and other circulatory troubles.

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