3 Shen Meditation Oil

(1 customer review)


The sweet and smoky undertones of Chinese cedarwood enter the innermost layers of our body and psyche to move areas of deep chronic stagnation and suffering. Wormwood’s bright minty scent opens our chest so we can take a deep breath and begin to let go of our pain. It calms our mind and opens our eyes to see the world more clearly so that we can finally move forward. Honeysuckle’s spicy and cooling nature helps wormwood to let go of the heat and pain of our suffering while its sweet floral scent evokes a sense of hope and beauty.

This formula helps to move nourish yin while moving chronic yin stasis, it opens the chest and sensory orifices to help release deep internal heat held in the blood (emotions). It is cooling, invigorating, and uplifting. In Daoist language, it kills the 3 worms which could be considered the ghosts that haunt us and cause our suffering.

This bottle contains enough oil for about two months of use.

Essential oils of Qing Hao (sweet wormwood), Nan Mu (Chinese cedarwood), and Jin Yin Hua (honeysuckle) in a base of cold-pressed sesame and tamanu oils.
Apply to the following acupuncture points 2x/daily – three days per week. Pericardium 6, Gall Bladder 22, Conception Vessel 14, Conception Vessel 8, Governing Vessel 24. Use in conjunction with your regular meditative or introspective practices. Best when combined with the Three Shen Meditation Tea.

Product Ingredients Details

Qing HaoThe bright spicy scent of Qing Hao (Chinese sweet wormwood) helps calm our mind, awaken our perception of our inner world and allows us to take a deep breath as we become present with our experiences. Traditionally used for treating heat in the blood in Chinese herbal medicine, this oil is particularly good at lifting our mood and easing anxiety. The classical and modern usage for parasites and infections helps us to confront and overcome our internal demons that haunt our thoughts and experiences. The spicy flavor opens our chest to help us take a deep breath and come into the present moment – where all healing/awakening occurs.

Major chemical components: Artemisinin – sesquiterpene lactone

Nan MuThe deep smoky-sweet scent of Nan Mu (Chinese cedarwood) gives us a sense of comfort and safety as it invites us to look deeply inward. Although cooling, its spicy flavor creates movement as helps to move stagnation at the deepest levels inside us. Historically used for both furniture and coffins, it is highly resistant to decay and damage by insects and parasites. This oil has a beautiful ability to nourish us as we break up our deepest attachments and stagnations.

Major chemical components: sesquiterpenes (cedrine), sesquiterpinols (cedrol), ketones.

Jin Yin HuaThe sweet scent of Jin Yin Hua (Chinese honeysuckle) brings a lightness to our eyes and mind. It uplifts our mood and brightens our outlook on life. Its cooling nature helps clear the heat of aggravation, anger, frustration, and resentment. The spiciness of the scent brings our awareness to the surface of the body and brings our mind up and out of our inner suffering. It gives us the opportunity for a new outlook, the chance to see new potential, and new beginnings.

Major chemical components: terpenes, sesquiterpenes, linalool, geraniol, aromadendrene, eugenol

1 review for 3 Shen Meditation Oil

  1. Delhia Gayno

    This oil had me at first inhale. The aroma is smoky, earthy and a little bit sweet. I could literally feel my chest opening when I inhaled deeply and instantly felt like everything slowed just a bit and my head became clearer. Sounds dramatic, I know, but it really had a powerful effect on me, completely different and more intense than any other oil I have purchased at a store. I carry the oil with me through that day and whenever I feel anxiety I just take a few long deep inhales and it really helps carry me through those stressful days when you have a million things on your plate.

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