PULSE REMEDIES: A Universal Elixir
"Smell is a potent wizard that transports us across thousands of miles and all the years we have lived." --Helen Keller
PULSE REMEDIES: Nature’s Elixir
"Smell is a potent wizard that transports us across thousands of miles and all the years we have lived." Helen Keller
Subtle, au natural, and extraordinaire Pulse Remedies helps to bring ease when things get a little sticky (or stinky). We live in a society where technology is taking the reigns and leading the way and for most of us that means astray. So with the help of “Pulse Remedies”, you can bring nature and her surroundings inside. Who doesn’t want that?
Magical blends such as “Ground” and “Unwind” transport you to your happy place whether that is the inside a cedar tree or strolling through an alpine meadow, or maybe on a ski slope in the fresh mountain air. With hints of peppermint, lavender and orange “Refresh” helps to bring you back to the starting line, so game on! Pulse Remedies…They bring you back to earth when you get stuck out in it.
Although these remedies are so pure you will be tempted to spray them in your mouth (and then want to drink a whole bottle). However, we recommend you don’t. Remember to keep it on your skin and out of your eyes.
Whether you are jet setter or homebody, work in an office or from home, we all strive to live the life of a champion while remembering to breathe. The time is now to find your “Pulse” and ignite your life Grounded, Refreshed, and Unwound.
It’s a new day so wipe it all away. Reset with REFRESH!!
Feeling a little cranky or a bit craggy? Round it out with GROUND!!!
Traffic, kids, office drama, relationship troubles? Rewind with UNWIND!!!
Seasonal flu got you? Fight the sniffles with IGNITE!!!
Why essential oils?
The sense of smell is the only one of the five senses directly linked to the limbic lobe of the brain, our emotional control center. Essential oils directly affect the limbic system which is connected to functions such as heart rate, blood pressure, breathing, memory, stress levels, and hormone balance.
Scent stimulates nerves to fire in the emotional center of the brain, but it also stimulates the master gland to release hormones. Hormones affect the fight or flight response, as well as digestion and heart rate. Just through fragrance, essential oils can affect us in a myriad of ways and simultaneously.
Traditional aromatherapy uses range from antidepressant to emollient to bactericidal.
Healing compounds in essential oils can be found in the bloodstream as quickly as five minutes after skin application.
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Thank you for joining me on this journey -- Jen Olson, founder of Pulse Remedies