Pranalife 5 stimulates the respiratory energy, creativity, communication, intelligent expression through words, and vocation as a direction that allows the execution.
The fifth energy center (named "Vishuda" in Sanskrit) is the center of the laryngeal plexus.
It stimulates the balance of the respiratory system. It helps to balance the basal metabolism and caloric intake as determined by the thyroid. Being creativity its keynote.
The Pranalife 5 harmonizer facilitates harmonization of the respiratory system and metabolic balance. It harmonizes the internal rhythms and time perception. It helps to awaken the creative potential favoring the verbalization of emotions, and improves listening skills.
Moreover, it harmonizes our inner perception of space and time and promotes creative expression of our knowledge that can be projected as a stream of active intelligence. Help the balance of the 2-5-6 line through Pranalife 2-5-6.
Pranalife 5 INGREDIENTS PER 2 ML: Elder (Sambucus nigra L.) 44,88 mg, Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus, Labill) 37,91 mg, Fucus (Fucus vesiculosus) 29,92 mg, Borage (Borago officinalis L.) 29,93 mg, Mullein (Verbascum densiflorum Bertol.) 19,95 mg, Pansy (Viola tricolor L.) 14,97 mg, Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis L.) 13,97 mg, Lungwort (Pulmonaria officinalis L.) 8,97 mg, Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis L.) 4,98 mg, Birch sap (Betula alba L.) 0,05ml, Bitter chamomile essential oil (Anthemis nobilis L.) 2 µl, Eucalyptus essential oil (Eucalyptus globulus Labill) 1 µl and diluents (absolute alcohol, water and glycerine). 64% of alcohol aprox.
|Instructions/mode of use||It is suggested to take 60 drops (2ml) per day (take 20 drops (0,7ml) diluted in half a glass of water, before the main meals. With dropper.|
|Presentation||Drops. It contains dropper.|
|Pathology||Hyperthyroidism, Hypothyroidism, Respiratory system, Thyroid, Tinnitus|
|System||Cerebrovascular System, Respiratory System|
|Quantity||Bottle of 50 ml.|
|Herbs/Components||Birch, Bitter chamomile, Borage, Elder, Eucalyptus, Fucus, Lemon balm, Lungwort, Marshmallow, Mullein|