KUTUS KUTUS OIL

what is in KUTUS KUTUS oil?
 

There are two exciting philosophies involved in the selection of the 49 different herbs:
 

1. The theory of “The five sections of the Tree of Life.” This means that every part of a tree; the roots, stems, leaves, flowers, and fruit must undergo synergy.

 

2. The philosophy of “Two Natural Elements,” that is water and fire. These two elements of the universe constitute the Kutus-Kutus oil making process.

 

Additional ingredients used to make the oil base include coconut oil and a combination of essential oils. The mixture is a traditional recipe of herbal medicine inherited from the time of Majapahit kingdom.

 

Some additional ingredients include Gaharu, Ashitaba Leaf, Purwoceng, Pule, Intaran / Neem, Lawak, Temu, Bunga Lawang, Ginger, Lemongrass, Javanese Chilli, Clove, Black Cumin, Olive Oil, Avocado Leaf, Double Deer, Cambodian Flower, Belimbing Wuluh, Pandan Wangi and Fennel.

Daily use of Kutus Kutus may help to:

  • Improve and increase your metabolism

  • Increase performance of your inner organs

  • Help with blood circulation

  • Balance your hormones

  • Strengthen and revitalize your immune system

  • Sleeping problems

  • Rheumatism

  • Joint pain

  • Neck pain

  • Sore muscles

  • Cramps

  • Indigestion

  • Constipation

  • Ulcers

  • Colds and fever

  • Migraine headaches

  • Irregular menstruation

  • Toothaches

  • Wounds, cuts and burns

  • Mosquitoes and other bug bites

  • Gout, eczema, itchy and dry skin

what is in KUTUS KUTUS oil?
 

There are two exciting philosophies involved in the selection of the 49 different herbs:
 

1. The theory of “The five sections of the Tree of Life.” This means that every part of a tree; the roots, stems, leaves, flowers, and fruit must undergo synergy.

 

2. The philosophy of “Two Natural Elements,” that is water and fire. These two elements of the universe constitute the Kutus-Kutus oil making process.

 

Additional ingredients used to make the oil base include coconut oil and a combination of essential oils. The mixture is a traditional recipe of herbal medicine inherited from the time of Majapahit kingdom.

 

Some additional ingredients include Gaharu, Ashitaba Leaf, Purwoceng, Pule, Intaran / Neem, Lawak, Temu, Bunga Lawang, Ginger, Lemongrass, Javanese Chilli, Clove, Black Cumin, Olive Oil, Avocado Leaf, Double Deer, Cambodian Flower, Belimbing Wuluh, Pandan Wangi and Fennel.

The Kutus kutus healing oil contains a selection of 49 different herbs and spices infused in coconut oil, which Is processed to create the inner healing energy that is kutus kutus.

The desired effect is to activate and promote wellbeing, energise and support the human body. 
This may assist in balancing the chakra and re-aligning your levels of chi or prana, which many believe te be the 
meridian pathway of the body. 

Chi-prana vitalises and creates energy and wellbeing
 

Chi is the electromagnetic field generated in one’s body, it is the life-force; and the energy of your soul.  Regular use of Kutus Kutus can help your chi, which will in turn improve your overall health as well as your outlook on life.

For millennia, chi or prana energy has been known to every culture in almost all parts of the world. It’s just that some of them explored it and some did not. Those who did, discovered a whole new world of energy, health and well-being.  Unfortunately, most western cultures did not.

Best Way to apply Kutus Kutus

Add a small amount (or one spray) to the affected area and massage in until the oil is absorbed into the skin. You can sprinkle the oil onto the affected areas drop-wise. – Massage the oil into the skin, so the oil soaks into the pores and stimulates Chi

Why apply to the Spine?

The human backbone makes up a large part of the nervous system, and it serves as a protector of the nerves that exist within the spine itself. There exists a spinal cord that acts like a cable that can turn on a machine, the human brain.  Also, the backbone serves as the upper body organs liaison, such as; shoulders, neck, and head, and other lower body organs including the waist, thighs, and legs. Thus, the spine becomes one of the most important organs in the human body.

Sprinkle oil evenly along the spine (from the neck to the base of the spine) and massage it in for several minutes until the skin absorbs the oil.

Why apply to the Soles of the Feet?

The sole is the gate and the center of the body’s energy path. Across the human body, there are 360 acupuncture points and more than 60 points located on the soles of human feet. Medical experts claim that the soles of human feet reflect the health of their internal organs.

Therefore, the sole of the foot is known as the “second heart”. When Kutus-Kutus oil is massaged into the soles of the feet, it stimulates fluidity and improves blood circulation to heal organs that have health problems, and acts to maintain the health of the human body.


the oil is not for ingestion but for external use only !! Use on your skin.​

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