Essential oils are a complex of natural aromatic plant extracts that are unique and protective to each plant and offer humans potent aromatherapy benefits.
New!MigreLief Comfort Stick offers effective head soothing aromatherapy for neurological comfort. A fast-acting, soothing blend of 100% organic peppermint, lavender, spearmint, and rosemary essential oils in a jojoba oil base. This roll-on helps ease tension, while supporting neurological comfort and overall feelings of calm and wellbeing.
Migraine Stick’s unique combination of essential oils is widely enjoyed by customers for the immediate “wow” pleasure response that can be described as robust, crisp, invigorating, floral, and cooling. Carefully formulated with premium quality organic essential oils extracted from plants grown with integrity, smell and feel the difference of a quality roll-on.
Keep on hand at all times for when you need it most and enjoy the tension-easing, calming qualities of this perfect blend of organic essential oils.
BENEFITS AT A GLANCE Promotes …
Neurological comfort and ease
Overall feelings of wellbeing
Calm and relaxation
Refreshed and invigorated mind and body
Other key features …
USDA 100% Ogranic
Easy to apply roll-on stick, (temples, forehead, back of neck)
Perfect for everyday use—keep one in your home, at work, and in your car
Convenient sized vial, ideal for travel
Dark amber bottle protects oils
No animal testing
The tradition of aromatherapy uses the powerful sense of smell to bring balance to your body and mind.
The MigreLief Migraine Stick is carefully formulated with only pure, organic essential oils known for calming, comforting, and soothing aromatherapy properties.
100% USDA Certified Organic, .3 oz (10ml)
Peppermint [Mentha piperita]
Peppermint Essential Oil is invigorating, excellent for mental fatigue and feeling down. Peppermint has a cooling, refreshing effect, that refreshes, to reduce feelings of nervous stress.
Lavender Essential Oil has a soothing and calming, effective when feeling down and feeling nervous exhaustion.
Spearmint [Mentha spicata]
Spearmint Essential Oil is best for a fatigued mind and when in need of stimulation and upliftment. Helps calms fatigue and stress.
Rosemary [Rosmarinus Officinalis]
Rosemary Essential Oil has a pronounced action on the brain and the central nervous system and is wonderful for clearing the mind and mental awareness, while having excellent brain stimulant properties, as well as improving memory. It helps with headaches, migraines, mental fatigue and nervous exhaustion. It also helps with poor circulation.
Jojoba Oil is an ideal carrier for essential oils because it is similar to the skin’s natural oil. It is hypoallergenic, antibacterial; moisturizing; and won’t clog pores.
Perfect for every day and travel friendly use.
Shake gently. Avoiding the eyes, apply by rolling on a small amount to the temples and forehead using a circular motion. May also be applied to the back of the neck, shoulders, and/or wrists for extra cooling and relaxation. For additional aromatherapy benefits, hold roller top one inch beneath nose and breathe deeply for one or more minutes.
The MigreLief Comfort Stick is packaged in a photo-protective amber bottle to protect the oils, however we recommend storing in a cool place away from direct sunlight.
CAUTION - FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of reach of children. Wash hands after handling.
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