Boosting Breast Health

At the heart of basic breast care is real food, sunshine, iodine, and being sure your skin drinks in bodycare that is brimming with botanical medicine. Breast-health solutions include stimulating the lymph, strengthening breast tissue, and feeding breast receptors the right genetic information.

This means we need to step away from the cosmetics, chemicals, and toxic metals that unlock secondary cell mutations, and bring in the confluence of the cosmos. Our BREASTS NEED LIFE-AFFIRMING BODYCARE that protects the mitochondria, encourages the lymph, and boosts immune and liver function. Nature provides this simple solution with monoterpenes.

An issue with our breast tissue is the cellular penetration of commercial cosmetics. Transdermal absorption can be our kryptonite or it can be our caregiver—if the right substance is applied to strengthen our cells. In the realm of scientific study, monoterpene research is still nascent. Scientists are developing ways to deliver monoterpene medicine to us, yet we don’t have to wait! The safety, efficacy, and availability of monoterpene-rich essential oils invite us to be plant pioneers and to nourish our tender tissues with Frankincense, Grapefruit, Cypress, Orange, Lemon, Laurel, and Rose Otto essential oils.

Breasts contain an abundance of lymph vessels that support the circulatory system in maintaining proper fluid balance and carrying away intracellular waste. The health of our lymphatic system is intimately connected to our breast health. Lymph flow can be obstructed by poor posture, lack of exercise, shallow breathing, and tight neck, shoulder, chest, and back muscles. Bras can also constrict our lymph system, causing a toxic backlog in our breasts. This is an easy fix. Look for red marks on your skin after removing your bra to determine if it is too tight and needlessly burdening your breasts. Consider wearing softer yoga tops and bras.

Massaging our way to healthy breast tissue is a simple strategy. Breast massage lubricated with essential oils regenerates our cells and supplies monoterpene medicine to where it is needed most. Be sure to massage inward and upward to stimulate lymphatic drainage, release excess estrogen, firm connective tissue, and enhance elasticity.

Page 152, Renegade Beauty, Nadine Artemis (article source: Living Libations)

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