Ha Na Ra Oil

Ha Na Ra Oil

Ha Na Ra Oil is designed to approach the body/mind/spirit dimensions as a holistic tool when confronting stress during flu season or times of crisis. Used as directed Ha Na Ra Oil may reveal many benefits to the attentive user. Ha Na Ra Oil is a concentrate, not a perfume and should be used sparingly.

Ha Na Ra Oil ingredients are 100% essential oils. No absolutes or carrier oils are used in this blend. But it is easy to dilute with olive, canola, or other food grade oils if desired. For best results use Ha Na Ra Oil while focusing attention on a positive thought that expresses harmony of body, mind and spirit.

Ha Na Ra Oil Ingredients
These oils are not diluted and are from eco responsible ethical producers.
Ravensara: (Ravensara aromatica). Palmarosa: (Cymbopogon martinii) Lemon oil: (Citrus limonum) Cinnamon bark: (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) (See Archive for information on each oil.)

Inhale: Use 1 drop on a tissue, or a warm, moist terry cloth, and inhale aroma while breathing slowly and deeply for 5 minutes. Repeat hourly or as desired. Or simply inhale the open bottle for an instant, breathe deeply and evenly, and repeat, for no more than 5 minutes at one time. It may be applied, 1 to 3 drops, to a facemask if desired.

Hand/foot bath: Use 1 to 3 drops in a gallon of warm water for either a hand or footbath. Wash hands or feet first, before soaking in the footbath. Soak for 15 minutes, gently massaging the palms of the hands or soles of the feet while inhaling the Ha Na Ra Oil aroma. Acupuncture theory claims that the body’s energy meridians exit at the hands and feet, so massage of hands and feet, with a bath, helps to regain balance.

Dilute: If desired dilute in olive or other food grade vegetable oil. Use 3 drops Ha Na Ra Oil in 1 tablespoon of the vegetable oil. This is a 1% dilution suggested for children or frail individuals. (1 tablespoon = 300 drops). water. Keep away from children, avoid eyes, mucus membranes, not recommended during pregnancy. For a milder aroma dilute 1 to 3 drops in 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil, mix well. For air freshener dilute 10 drops to 1 ounce rubbing alcohol in pump sprayer.

Safety notes: The unique Euro style dropper cap is designed to prevent spills. Pour carefully to avoid excess. If spilled on skin wash off with soap and water. Avoid getting in eyes or on mucus membranes.
Discontinue use if irritation or sensitivity occurs.

The intended use is to be inhaled as suggested above. Any other use is the responsibility of the user. Though this formula has been very gentle in use it is a concentrate. Keep out of reach of children. Pregnant women or anyone concerned about the safety of Ha Na Ra Oil should consult their health professional but please provide this information when doing so.

1.Ravensara: (Ravensara aromatica). The native people of Madagascar traditionally value this tree, said to have powerful anti-viral and antibacterial properties. Essential oil from the leaves is thought to help prevent, or ease, discomfort related to colds and the flu. Not known to cause allergic reactions.
2.Palmarosa: (Cymbopogon martinii) Traditional to native Pacific cultures who use this grass to calm the mind and aid clear thinking in times of stress. Also said to be a powerful antimicrobial and antiviral, that stimulates the circulatory and nervous systems, it is used to speed healing. Considered to be non-toxic, and non-irritating.
3.Niaouli: (Melaleuca quinquenerva) Native Australians historically used the leaves of this tree as a powerful antiseptic. The oil has been used for centuries to treat infections, respiratory problems and wounds. Even in small amounts it is said to be potent, but safe and non-toxic.
4.Lemon oil: (Citrus limonum) Derived from lemon peel, this oil has historically been used in many cultures for it’s powerful antibacterial action; also said to stimulate the body to produce white blood cells to fight infections. The uplifting aroma helps to focus ones energy on healing especially during stressful times.
5.Cinnamon bark: (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) Famous since ancient times for use in food and medicine. The essential oil distilled from the bark and leaves is in demand as a powerful anti-viral and anti-bacterial oil. In small amounts its warm, spicy aroma is also uplifting. In stressful times this oil helps to calm and enable clear thinking. Because of its long history and widespread use cinnamon is a universal comfort aroma.

References to learn more about aromatherapy:
ADVANCED AROMATHERAPY The Science of Essential Oil Therapy, Kurt Schnaubelt,PhD.
AROMATHERAPY Soothing Remedies to Restore, Rejuvenate, and Heal, Valerie Gennari Cooksley, RN