Using Flying Oil

Flying Oil

Flying Oil is a very versatile product. It can be used during short and long-haul flights to stave off infection from recycled air, but you can also use it when going to the doctor and visiting people in hospital to avoid infection in these environments also.

Using Flying Oil As A Preventative

Airborne Infections

Autumn ushers in flu season as sure as apples is apples, and, chances are you’ll be exposed to flu infection, amongst a whole bundle of other bugs, during the autumn and winter months.

The workplace is the ideal breeding ground for flu and other bugs! Flying Oil can be used to fend off the viruses and bacteria that power these infections if you have someone sitting close by who is under the weather.

Contact Infections

Contact infections are things like Herpes, which is a viral infection, and dermal fungal infections.

Several of the ingredients in Flying Oil have been proven to treat Herpes in peer reviewed trials.

Fungal infections are becoming a lot more common and are more dangerous than we think. Mould / yeast grows a lot more virulently when powered by wireless technologies. WiFi and a bit of moisture provide the perfect breeding ground for mould and yeast.

Flying Oil can be used topically to treat yeast infections.

Xenoestrogens

Xenoestrogens are synthetic Oestrogens which disrupt our fragile hormonal balance and can make us very ill indeed.

The fire retardants, which are repeatedly reapplied in planes, owing to the potentially devastating outcomes of in-flight fires, as well as the heightened fire risks in pressurised environments, are extremely Xenoestrogenic.

Flying Oil has been formulated to protect us from Xenoestrogenic uptake.

Wireless Technologies

EMF’s, or Electromagnetic Fields, present in almost all workplaces courtesy of the WiFi has been scientifically proven to be reducing of natural immunity by 40%.

The Rosemary Essential Oil in Flying Oil is ideal for minimising the impact of Electromagnetic Fields, which have a detrimental effect on all living things. Children are particularly susceptible as their Myelin Sheath, (the protective coating around the nerves in adults), isn’t completely in place until we are 21 years of age, and is non-existent in young children.

Wireless technologies are the biggest threat to all life on earth… that we have never heard about!

***It’s okay for adults to use Flying Oil on a reasonably regular basis, but not for children. So, please don’t send your children off to school with Flying Oil! Your child needs to develop a good immune system through exposure to all of the bugs going around! Please read Contraindications & Restrictions for more information.

Cuts & Grazes

Flying Oil can also be applied topically to cuts and scrapes in the same way an antiseptic cream would be used after a wound has been washed.

Insect Bite Salve

It can even be used as an insect bite salve to reduce irritation and also prevent infection.

Directions For Use

There are as many different ways of applying Flying Oil as there are uses for it…

Using Flying Oil During A Flight

Flying Oil can be applied around your nose and mouth, and massaged into the Vagus Nerve points behind the ears during a flight. It can also be rubbed into the pulse points on our wrists as this is the easiest way to get essential oils to enter the blood supply.

One or two applications around the nose and mouth will be fine for a short haul flight, but hourly reapplication on long haul flights is advised.

***Inhaling essential oils delivers healing benefits to the body. Essential oils are made of volitile oils which are so tiny they go straight through the blood/brain barrier and enter the brain and blood supply, where they can be ferried around the rest of the body.

So, it’s good to sit and inhale your Flying Oil in between applications.

Stop using Flying Oil during stop overs, and reapply immediately before entering the plane for your onward journey.

Using Flying Oil For Vagus Nerve Massage

Flying Oil is particularly useful as an anti-viral and antibacterial massage oil for the Vagus points behind the ears.

It is believed that 90% of our compromised health, and associated illnesses, start with the Vagus Nerve, due to viral or bacterial infections in the Vagus Nerve.

Flying Oil is deeply antiviral and antibacterial.

Stimulating & Healing The Vagus Nerve

These are the same instructions used for the equally important Wild As The Wind product Hormone & EMF Detox

Apply a couple of drops of Flying Oil to the tips of your fingers and rub them together until warm. Breathe in the aroma of this blended oil as you do so, to maximise the benefits.

Then apply to the Vagus Nerve points directly behind the ear lobes, where the edge of the Mandible, (jaw bone), meets the neck.

Continue to gently massage this area for a couple of minutes until all of the oil has been absorbed. The warmer the oil the quicker it will be absorbed.

During this time we can focus on calming thoughts.

If you like using affirmations this is a great time to do that also.

I like to practice gratitude whilst I am doing my Vagus Nerve massage. Gratitude is a very healing state of mind, and because stress is the the root cause of all illness, a mind concentrated on gratitude is about the most de-stressing state of mind we can have. Read more about this in Gratitude Heals.

Repeat up to three times a day, and discontinue for one week after one week of usage. Repeat the one week off one week on cycle indefinitely, or until you feel as though your health is where you want it to be, and you feel clam most of the time, i.e. you only feel excited and stimulated when it is natural to be excited and stimulated.

Detoxing, and helping rid the Vagus Nerve of viral and other infections, will really help to restore balance to the body. (Oregano Essential OilClove Essential Oil, Cinnamon Essential Oil and Rosemary Essential Oil are antibacterial and antiviral.)

One of the things you will notice is that your sleep will improve, often quite dramatically. You will also feel calmer and less likely to get stressed.

On your weeks off from Flying Oil you can still continue to massage you Vagus Nerve. I recommend using the residual oil, (left on your finger tips after applying your face oil), to massage your Vagus Nerve points.

Use either FACIAL OIL No. 8 or FACIAL OIL No. 2 on your Vagus Nerve points in the evening to help you sleep.

Massage the Vagus Nerve using Flying Oil a maximum of 5 times a day for a period of up to ten days.

Discontinue use after ten days and have a break of at least a week before resuming, if needed.

***You can massage your Vagus Nerve as much as you like if you vary the oils you use.

Using Flying Oil To Heal Infections

Flying Oil is still useful after you have contracted a respiratory infection as it is delivering antibacterial and antiviral properties to help kill off the infection. Apply a couple of drops on your chest and around your nose up to 8 times a day to cure respiratory infections. If applied to the abdomen it will help see off intestinal infections. Use up to 5 drops five times a day.

Discontinue use after ten days and have a break of at least a week before resuming, if needed.

Applying one or two drops to open wounds and then dress, (i.e. apply a plaster). Reapply when you change your dressing.

Using Flying Oil To Heal Fungal Infections

Flying Oil can be used topically to treat skin fungal infections, aka as yeast infections.

Apply a couple of drops on to the affected area up to 5 times a day. If the area of infection is large, use up to 5 drops per application, first rubbing the Flying Oil between your hands before applying.

Discontinue use after ten days and have a break of at least a week before resuming, if needed.

***Fungal infections are more likely if you keep your Wifi on all the time, or if you wear your mobile phone on your body. Mould loves wireless technologies.

Who Can Use Flying Oil?

Suitable for children 5 years & above, but please read Contraindications & Restrictions for further information.

Infants: It is possible to use Flying Oil on a disposable hanky around infants if the risk of infection is high, such on flights. But restrictions apply to this also, so please read Contraindications & Restrictions for more information.

Pregnancy & Breastfeeding :: Avoid during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

When Taking Prescription Drugs: Whilst essential oils are rarely contraindicated when using prescription medication, please consult your doctor before using Flying Oil if you take prescription meds.

Flying Oil Period After Opening

Period After Opening: 2 years

Contraindications & Restrictions

FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY

This product will stain if used or spilt on clothing.

Children 5 to 14 Years :: Suitable for children 5 years to 14 years on an infrequent basis. This means it is only suitable for short periods of usage with long periods in between. Maximum use for children of these ages is :: 2 drops used 5 times per day for the maximum of one week.

Under 5 & Infants :: It is possible to use Flying Oil on a disposable hanky around infants and children under 5 years of age if the risk of infection is high, such as on flights or at the doctors surgery. However, this must only ever be done infrequently and for short periods of time. The time period should not exceed 24 hours, but ideally would be for less than a few hours.

Pregnancy & Breastfeeding :: Avoid during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

When Taking Prescription Drugs: Whilst essential oils are rarely contraindicated when using prescription medication, please consult your doctor before using Flying Oil if you take prescription meds.

Flying Oil Ingredients

Disclaimer

The information provided is not intended to replace the medical directives of your healthcare provider. This information is not meant for the diagnosis of health issues. If you are pregnant, have serious or multiple health concerns, consult with your healthcare provider before using essential oils or associated products. If you experience any complications or adverse reactions contact your healthcare provider.

Deepen your knowledge by using the Wild As The Wind Recommended Resources

Another resource you may find useful can be found by following the link below. *Please note, I use sources from the Recommended Resources list as well as sources from the Healthcare and Skincare Information Sources list when researching articles for the Wild As The Wind Blog.

Best Healthcare and Skincare Information Sources.

Wild As The Wind use a number of resources when deciding which essential oil formulas to put together for optimal healing and efficacy, as well as to support any health claims we may make.

We use the industry ‘bible’ on essential oil safety: Essential Oil Safety: A Guide for Health Care Professionals [2nd Edition] by Robert Tisserand and Rodney Young, to establish the safety of the Wild As The Wind formulations.

We owe a particular debt to GreenMedInfo, and, of course, the teachings of Penny Price and Patricia Davis.

Many of the scientific studies used to inform the claims made on this website are via GreenMedInfo, as well as via Dr. Josh Axe, Ty Bollinger on the Truth About Cancer website as well as, on the odd occasion, Dr. Eric Zielinski

Other resources include:

  • PubMed
  • WebMD
  • Robert Tisserand
  • Dr. Robert Pappas
  • AromaWeb

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