APPLICATION: Aspire should be applied diluted with a carrier oil on the chest and neck for respiratory ailments. Using Aspire, with or without herbs, as a compress or poultice can be particularly effective. This blend can also be applied to the energy points on the ears and to the bottoms of the feet. Aspire can be applied alternately with Breezey. Although the oils in Aspire are quite effective against infectious agents, Deliverance, which is strongly antiviral and antibacterial, is often applied simultaneously to aid in the fight against infection. Aspire is used to open the airways and relieve the congestion in the lungs.
AROMATIC CONSIDERATIONS: Aspire is especially effective used in a humidifier to decongest and clear respiratory passages and to relieve coughs and sore throats.
PHYSICAL ASPECTS: Aspire is used to bring relief from colds, bronchitis, pneumonia, sinusitis, respiratory congestion, allergy symptoms, deep pneumonia, pleurisy, asthma, and flu that have settled in the lungs. Breezey is considered by some to be more effective for upper respiratory conditions and Aspire for use in deeper chest complaints affecting the bronchial passages and the lungs.
Both Breezey and Aspire have proven effective in eliminating snoring when diffused or applied, well diluted, to the face and chest areas. Aspire is an excellent expectorant, aiding the body in the discharge of phlegm and mucus. This blend also has antispasmodic properties which help to quiet dry, hacking coughs.
The synergy of the single oils in Aspire gives it the unique ability to dissolve bone spurs if applied frequently and faithfully. A bone spur creates bruising in the tissues surrounding it, especially if the person is on their feet and pressure is being applied when walking or wearing shoes. It is recommended that a carrier oil containing arnica be used when Aspire is used for a bone spur. The arnica will reduce the bruising and the pain that the bone spur is causing while Aspire works to remove the spur. It is recommended that treatment with Aspire be continued for a few weeks after the pain is gone.