Raindrop Technique is a sequence of anointing with oils and laying on of hands that brings structural and electrical alignment to the body in a relaxing and invigorating manner through the power of essential oils. There are many versions of the Raindrop Technique, but the same oils are always applied, though not always in the same sequence. Most of the Raindrop Therapy oils are high in phenolic contact to ward off potentially damaging viruses and bacteria while cleansing cellular receptor sites to enhance inter-and intra-cellular communication and improve overall bodily function. Some Raindrop oils contain a variety of monoterpenes and sesquiterpenes to assist in deleting misinformation in the DNA and in reprogramming correct information in cellular memory to restore and maintain physical and emotional wellness. The oils used in Raindrop Technique must be high quality therapeutic grade and are as follows:
Balancing Blend (Valor) Contains oils of black spruce, camphor wood, blue tansy, frankincense, and geranium in a caprylic/capric triglyceride (a form of coconut oil) base. Gentle and soothing, it helps balance the bodily electricity, and simulate spinal realignment, affects the limbic system in a way to improve one’s self-image, and enhancing one’s feelings of confidence, courage and self-esteem. Contains esters, monoterpenes, and sesquiterpenes.
Oregano (Origanum valgare) CT carvacrol. One of the most powerful antimicrobial essential oils. Research at Weber State University demonstrated 99% kill rate against in-vitro colonies of Streptococcus pneumonia. High in phenylpropanoids, which cleanse cellular receptor sites.
Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) CT thymol. Antiseptic, immune enhancing, supportive of body’s natural defenses. Thyme has been used to combat the bacterium that causes anthrax. High in phenylpropanoids.
Basil (Ocimum basilicum) CT menthyl chavicol (etragole). Can be relaxing to both voluntary muscles and to the involuntary muscles as well. Voluntary muscles include the motor muscles of the arms, legs, back, abdomen, neck and face. Mentally energizing and invigorating. Used for tension headaches. Can improve senses of taste and smell. High in phenolic ethers (estragole and anethole)
Wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens) Supports joints and skeletal structure. Composition of Wintergreen is more than 80% menthyl salicylate (a phenolic ester) which has a cortisone-like effect in that it may stimulate the body’s own production of natural cortisone which has none of the untoward side-effects of synthetic cortisone. Also has analgesic properties inasmuch as its chemical structure is similar to that of aspirin.
Marjoram (Origanum marjorana) Relaxing to both the involuntary muscles as well. Involuntary muscles include the heart, diaphragm, digestive tract, and reproductive organs. Soothing to nerves. Used for migraines. Antiseptic and antimicrobial. Marjoram is about half monoterpenes.
Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens) Antimicrobial. Supportive of the circulatory and lymphatic systems. Stimulates the body’s natural white corpuscle protection. 76% monoterpenses and 14% sesquiterpenses which may assist in restoring proper cellular programming to restore health and maintain wellness.
Peppermint (Mentha pipertia) CT menthol. Supports digestive system, respiratory system, and nervous system. Has been used for headaches. Research has shown that inhaling peppermint improves concentration and mental retention. Detoxifying to the liver. A synergistic oil that supports and improves the beneficial actions of other oils used in conjunction. High in phenolics but contains 9% sesquiterpenes.
Muscle Relaxing Blend (Aroma Siez) (contains oils of basil, marjoram, lavender, peppermint, and cypress) Calming, relaxing and relieves tension. Relaxes muscles, including tight muscles and muscle spasms (seizures). May relieve headaches. Contains monterpenes, esters and phenols.
Soothing Massage Blend (Ortho Ease) (a massage base oil of fractionated coconut, grape seed, wheat germ, almond, and olive containing essential oils of wintergreen, peppermint, juniper, eucalyptus globulus, lemongrass, marjoram, thyme, eucalyptus radiata, and vetiver) Used in European hospitals, formulated to soothe muscles aches and minor swelling. Contains natural antioxidants.
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