QiActiv® TCM Essential Oils | Myofascial Repair

QiActiv® TCM Essential Oils | Myofascial Repair

Meditrina’s QiActiv® Essential Oils draw from the wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Comprised of all-natural ingredients, they are Singapore’s finest line of essential oils – and have great therapeutic value for your fascia (soft tissues) and muscles.Created in strict accordance to the “Jun Chen Zuo Shi” (Chief, Deputy, Assistant, Envoy Herbs) system, QiActive® Essential Oils contain ingredients that work in harmony to address fascia-related issues and discomforts. Myofascial Repair Essential Oil speeds up the removal of toxins and lactic acid from your muscles and soft tissues. This reduces chronic inflammation and improves blood circulation.

Active Ingredients:

Rosemary – Relieves rheumatism, arthritis and muscle soreness.

True Lavender – Addresses pains related to muscle stress and tension thanks to its anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects.

Frankincense  – An anti-inflammatory oil that stimulates blood circulation, reduces swelling, and improves Qi stagnation. It offers wonderful mood support and can help you to sleep better.

Lian Qiao (Forsythia Fruit) – A Chinese herb that is commonly used to clear the internal heat, dispel ‘wind’ and reduce swelling. It is known to soothe muscle tension.

Magnolia  – Works to reduce inflammation in soft tissues.

Dang Gui (Radix Angelicae Sinensis) – Promotes blood circulation, boosts Qi and supports the removal of toxins in the muscles and soft tissues.

Jojoba Oil – Closely resembling sebum, a waxy substance produced by our skin, it moisturises the skin and is suitable for all skin types.


Directions for Use

Bring it along for a body massage. The relief is twice as effective when used during a body massage. Use it in the comfort of your home. Apply on affected area for localized relief.

Diffuse for a unique, therapeutic aroma. Add to a diffuser to help you relax for hours. Soak in a warm, evening bath. Add to a warm body or foot bath to help you relieve the muscle aches and stiffness.




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