Keyano Homeopathic Massage Oil
Using the law of "like cures like," Keyano Homeopathic Massage Oil features 8 different remedies at a 30x strength. Each remedy helps relieve discomfort and pain from various causes.
Keyano Homeopathic Symmetry massage is a technique that utilizes three therapeutic healing arts combined to give you the most efficacious method of pain management available.
The first is the use of homeopathic massage oil. The term Homeopathy comes from the Greek homois (similar) and pathos (suffering or sickness). The fundamental law upon which homeopathy is based is the Law of Similars, or Like cures Like. The law of similars states that a remedy can cure a disease if it produces in a healthy person symptoms similar to those of the disease. The homeopathic massage oil contains eight different remedies at a 30x strength. Each of the remedies helps relieve discomfort from pain stemming from various causes. There is no other massage oil in existence with this level of healing power. Homeopathy is a safe and effective means of stimulating the body's own healing response, gently and naturally. They gradually improve health and well being of an individual mentally, emotionally and physically.
Use caution when laundering linens that have been exposed to oils. Oil products are potentially combustible when exposed to heat in the dryer. Consult dryer manufacturer’s guidelines for drying linens that have been exposed to oils.
Not to be used during pregnancy.
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