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4-in-1 Spinal Health Treatment 30ml

ZAR R170.00
4-in-1 Spinal Health Treatment  30ml
4-in-1 Spinal Health Treatment  30ml

Home / Shop

4-in-1 Spinal Health Treatment 30ml

ZAR R170.00
Model Number: 4-1-sht-30
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  • Description

This treatment is formulated as a health treatment to use topically on your spine daily to fight bacteria, viruses and a trillion of diseases, because it is drawn into your marrow and bone, and then into your blood stream to cleanse filthy cells, strengthen healthy cells and help new, healthy cells to form. With Cinnamon, Myrrh, Frankincense & Cedarwood 100% pure essential oils in a high concentration combined with cold pressed olive oil, this treatment could assist in almost any health condition. 

These 4 essential oils together contain the highest value of:

1. Phenylpropanoids - to cleanse the cell receptors & repair the communication inside your body
2. Monoterpenes - to rewrite the miscoded DNA & open trauma memories to enable the body to recover.
3. Sesquiterpenes - to carry oxygen into the body and blood stream, creating a good environment for cell repairing to take place.

Essential oils (EOs) are a complex mixture of hydrophobic and volatile compounds synthesized from aromatic plants, most of them commonly used in the human diet. In recent years, many studies have analyzed their antimicrobial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, immunomodulatory and anticancer properties in vitro and on experimentally induced animal models of colitis and colorectal cancer.     Many EOs and some of their molecules have demonstrated their efficacy in inhibiting bacterial, fungi and virus replication and in modulating the inflammatory and oxidative processes that take place in experimental colitis. In addition to this, their antitumor activity against colorectal cancer models makes them extremely interesting compounds for the modulation of the pathophysiology of the large bowel.  (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32532055/)

 

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