Essential oil survival pack

This oils you ´ve got to have in your HOME!
Touch of synergy`s Peppermint oil, Carrot oil, Lavender and Tea tree!

This summer our Complementary Healthcare professionals are creating for you this awesome SURVIVAL PACKS!

So That life will be easier for you!

And so that you can enjoy your summer!

This oils you ´ve got to have in your HOME!
Touch of synergy`s Peppermint oil, Carrot oil, Lavender and Tea tree!

Essential oils are multifunctioning just like homeopathy it will promote to you a healing process.

The moment you smell this high-quality oils that have been made by our doctor – Naturopath Daniel Maldonado in 20 years of experience. In Nature´s Sunshine style which is in laboratory and testing over 500 quality test to assure that you´ll get always what you are ordering from Abundante Salud platform and that is HIGH QUALITY!

Tea tree oil:

The health benefits of tea tree or melaleuca essential oil can be attributed to its properties as an antibacterialantimicrobial, antiseptic, antiviral, balsamic, cicatrizantexpectorant, fungicide, insecticide, stimulant, and a sudorific substance.

The reputation as a cure-all given to this oil is not an exaggeration. Tea tree oil can be used as a cure for almost all tropical infections and diseases. You name it and it has some sort of positive effect or treatment for that disease. It is invariably found in all households in Australia, particularly those with children. The magical healing and disinfectant properties make it a wonder drug that also boosts your immunity. However, it is not meant to be ingested and is poisonous. It is meant for topical application only!

Skin Care, Acne Control, Hair Care, Ear Infection Treatment, Antibacterial Properties, Uptake of Nutrients, Speeds up Healing, Antimicrobial Properties, Antiviral Properties, Expectorant, Insecticide, Antiseptic, Stimulant, Sudorific, Increased Hygiene, Fungicide and so on...

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Other Benefits

Tea tree essential oil can provide relief from muscular pain, aches, and sprains because its strong chemical properties can work as an anti-inflammatory agent and also encourage blood flow to a specific area (being a stimulant), which speeds up the healing process and increases the rate of new tissue and cellular growth.

Side Effects of Tea Tree Oil

The side effects of consuming tea tree essential oil in higher quantities can be quite serious. [17] They include:

  • Skin irritation
  • Severe rashes
  • Hallucinations
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • General weakness
  • Stomach upset
  • Blood cell abnormalities


Although there are no inherent risks of topically applying tea tree oil, in some rare cases,

Allergy: Some people may be overly sensitive to the oil, as a form of a minor allergenic.

Toxicity: It should always be kept away from pets and children as there are toxic effects.

Hormone disruptor: Tea tree oil can act as a hormone disruptor in certain cases. It can actually lead to abnormal breast growth in young boys, known as prepubertal gynecomastia. 

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Touch of synergy`s: Peppermint Oil

The oil contains numerous minerals and nutrients including manganeseironmagnesiumcalcium, folate, potassium, and copper. It also contains omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin A, and vitamin C.

Reduces Muscle & Joint Pain, Prevents Sinus, Inhaling this oil helps relieve congestion of the sinuses, and helps prevents other problems including nasal congestion, asthmabronchitis, cold, and cough.

Suppresses Appetite, Boosts Energy, Prevents Allergy, Treats ADHD, Anti-itch, Reduces Fever, Skin Care, Treats Acne, Relieves Headache, Promotes Hair Growth, Other Benefits

Dental & Oral Care

Peppermint oil, due to its antiseptic properties, eliminates bad breath (or halitosis), helps fight germs, and treats toothaches. Unsurprisingly, these attributes mean that it is added to numerous toothpaste. [6] At times, the inhalation of the oil vapor can be anti-inflammatory and analgesic, so it can even be added to the post-operative oxygen, particularly after oral surgeries. [7]

Treats Nausea

Rubbing a mixture of peppermint oil and water behind your ears can significantly reduce nausea induced by chemotherapy.

Treats Respiratory Problems

Menthol, which is abundantly present in peppermint oil, helps to clear the respiratory tract as it is an expectorant. As a result, it is used in numerous cold rubs and balms. When these cold rubs are applied to the chest, they can quickly remove nasal and respiratory congestion. In a study published in Elsevier’s Journal of Ethnopharmacology, the use of peppermint oil proved to be antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory in nature, and considerably soothed the trachea inflammation and coughing in rats. [8] It is a frequent part of alternative medicine for generations and is highly respected for its use in relieving respiratory issues.

Treats Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Peppermint oil can relax the smooth muscles of the GI tract, which is why it is a common component of over-the-counter medications. Dr. Edzard Ernst, et al., University of Exeter, UK, in a study, have also shown it to be a great reliever for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), which affects millions of people every year and is characterized by abdominal pain or discomfort. [9] [10]

Treats Colic

This oil is extensively used to treat infantile colic without causing any of the negative side effects.

Prevents PCOS

Peppermint oil helps balance fluctuating hormone levels and thereby also prevent the symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

Improves Digestion

Peppermint oil is a carminative and therefore helps remove excess gas. [11] It is also a good tonic for those who have a low appetite and helps in treating the problems of bloating, abdominal pain, motion sickness, nausea, and upset stomach. Preliminary research has proven that when combined with caraway oil, it can be used for treating heartburn. People often put a few drops of peppermint oil in a glass of water and drink it after their meal to aid digestion.


Reduces Stress, Relieves Spasms, Treats Urinary Tract Infection (UTI), Boosts Immunity, Improves Blood Circulation, Treats Herpes

Uses of Peppermint Oil

  • Shampoo: Peppermint oil, when added to your shampoo, is very useful for hair care as it gives a cooling effect to the head while removing dandruff and lice. Peppermint oil can also be found in many other hair products and alternative solutions for baldness, dandruff, and other hair-related conditions.
  • Bug repellent: Ticksants, spiders, cockroaches, mice, and other bugs can be easily kept away from your home by using peppermint oil.
  • Nail Care: There is significant research that shows its topical application can reduce the chances of fungal nail infection, which affects many people around the world.
  • Teething: With a 1:1 ratio between peppermint oil and coconut oil, you can help your child bear with the pain of teething by simply applying it to their gums.
  • Sunburn: By hydrating burnt skin and relieving pain, peppermint oil is a homemade recipe for sunburn. All you need to do is to mix it with coconut oil and then apply it to the affected area.

Word of Caution: make sure you will muscle test before use!

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Touch of synergy`s Carrot seed oi

The health benefits of carrot seed essential oil can be attributed to its properties as an antiseptic, disinfectant, detoxifier, antioxidant, and an anticarcinogenic. Moreover, it is a carminative, depurative, diuretic, emmenagogue, stimulant, cytophylactic, tonic, and a vermifuge substance. Also rich in carotene and vitamin A, both of which are very beneficial for the eyes and are effective antioxidants.

Antioxidant Properties, Cures Infections, Detoxifies the Body,

Carrot seed oil has the ability to detoxify the blood, tissues, muscles, and internal organs like the liver and kidneys. According to a study titled“Nutritional and Health Benefits of Carrots and Their Seed Extracts”, an animal study conducted by Singh et al. [3] showed that the oil extract had hepato-protective and cardioprotective properties. It can neutralize excess bile secreted by the liver and cure infections in cases of jaundice. It eliminates toxins like uric acid from the blood, tissues, muscles, and joints, thereby helping to cure edemaarthritisgout, and rheumatism.

Expels Gases, Diuretic Properties, Emmenagogue, Stimulant, Eliminates Worms, Acts as Tonic, Stimulates Growth

Carrot seed essential oil stimulates the growth of new cells and tissues.

Other Benefits

It is widely used in aromatherapy due to its mild and soothing earthy aroma which is very effective in relieving stress and anxiety and giving a refreshing feeling. It is good for the skin and protects it from developing wrinkles. Carrot seed oil also relieves muscle aches, cures anorexia, enhances the production of erythrocytes, and improves your eyesight.

Application: You can use the oil in an aromatherapy diffuser. If you are planning to use it topically, it is best to combine it with other essential and carrier oils. Coconut oil, jojoba oil, and olive oil are all good carrier oils.

Excessive use can cause irritation to the kidneys. It is advised to always consult your medical doctor before using essential oil

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Touch of synergy`s Lavendel

The proven health benefits of the lavender essential oil include its ability to reduce stress and anxiety, eliminate nervous tension, relieve pain, disinfect the scalp and skin, prevent acne, enhance blood circulation, and treat respiratory problems. Lavender oil is used extensively in aromatherapy and works as a natural sleep aid. Its potent antibacterial nature makes it a wonderful household cleanser and deodorant.

Lavender Oil Benefits & Uses

The powerful health benefits of lavender essential oil include the following:

Promotes Wound Healing, Neuroprotective Effect, Relieves Stress & Anxiety, Helps with Respiratory Disorders, Promotes Sleep, Anti-bacterial Properties, Treats Acne, Hair Care, Relieves Pain, Bug Repellent, Stimulates Urine Flow, Improves Blood Circulation, Aids in Digestion, Treats Eczema, Anticancer Potential,

Other Benefits

Other health benefits of the lavender essential oil include its ability to treat leucorrhoea. The oil can also be used to repel mosquitoes and moths so you may find many mosquito repellents containing lavender oil as one of the primary ingredients.

Lavender Essential Oil – Side Effects & Caution

According to the National Center for Complementary & Integrative Health,  oral intake is not safe and while using this oil some people may experience [18]:

  • Skin irritation
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Headaches
  • Pain in joints
  • Stomach issues


  • Pregnant women should consult their healthcare practitioner before using lavender essential oil. [19]
  • Children: Caution should be exercised while using the oil especially on children.
  • Allergy: It may also cause allergic reactions like skin irritation to people who have unusually sensitive skin.
  • Blending: Handcraft lavender oil blends well with many other essential oils including cedarwood, pine, clary sage, geranium, and nutmeg.
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