Monday, February 22, 2010


19. TRAVEL ESSENCE Drops (30ml) Mist & Cream (50ml)
Banksia Robur, Bottlebrush, Bush Fuchsia, Bush Iris, Crowea, Fringed Violet, Macrocarpa, Mulla-Mulla, Paw-Paw, Red Lily, She Oak, Silver Princess, Sundew and Tall Mulla-Mulla

*Mist and Creams includes herbs Calendula, Echinacea, Chamomile, Aloe, and Arnica, and essential oils Geranium, Orange, Lavender, and Frankincense.

* dosage is 7 drops morning and evening 2 days before traveling, frequently throughout the trip every hour you are awake – and then for 2 or 3 days after arriving at your destination.


Assists in all modes of travel to ensure you arrive feeling refreshed and ready to go

Body harmony

Body time clock back into sync

Brings a clear mind during and after flight

Burn pain relief*


Excellent room mist in any travel or everyday environment

Excellent everyday skincare regime when that extra measure of protection is required (Mist and Cream)

Good for all types of travel

Help with disrupted sleep patterns

Help with emotionally demands of traveling

Maintain focus for driver with mist or drops

Maintain sense of personal space

More centering energy

Quick adjust to different time zones

Refreshed feeling on long trips (Drops, mist and/or cream)

Relief to time travelers (shift workers) nurses, interns, plant workers, flight attendants, new mothers and all travelers

Retains sense of personal space

Skin, nurture, protect & replenish it in everyday harsh, unnatural environments like air conditioned offices & shopping centres (Cream)

Skin, hydrates, cleanses and protects all skin types particularly in unnatural environments (Mist)

Tolerance of cramped conditions

10 hours into a 14 hours flight those around you will light up (mist)

Will arrive better than anyone on the flight


Air pressure symptoms

Any circulatory problems

Deep vein thrombosis

Deep vein thrombosis (Cream massage on legs)


Digestive upsets

Dirt and pollutions (mist)


Disrupted sleep patterns

Distress associated with jet travel and all forms of travel

Dry air, lower oxygen levels in planes

Duress of all skin types when traveling

Emotional effects of traveling


Feeling refreshed at destination in a balanced, centered and ready to go condition

Feelings of being overwhelmed

Fluid retention

Flying, increases susceptibility to fungal growth + Red Grevillea

Flying, reduced oxygen levels, circulation, lymph and heart slow down, nervous and respiratory responses

Jetlag inner gyros electromagnetic fields (both North/South and East/West)

Jetlag, insomnia, balancing pineal grand, resetting clock

Massaging feet and legs with travel essence cream during long flight to further protect against deep vein thrombosis

Personally feeling depleted and drained

Psyche problems and emotional problems while traveling


Stressful conditions

Sun glaring sensitivity

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