Hide/Show Banner - Font SizeFont SizeFont SizeFont Size - Home - Site Map - Print Page - Email Page - Refer a Friend - Email Us
Raindrop Technique

What is Raindrop Technique?

Raindrop Technique (RT) is a 1 hour spa like treatment using essential oils (dropped like rain) along with massage and moist heat to promote a sense of well being.

Raindrop Technique is a powerful, non-invasive treatment that utilizes the antiviral, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory action of specific essential oils.

The Mini Raindrop

Is a shortened version of the Raindrop Technique working with either the Feet or the Spine (your choice) and a 5-10 min neck massage. No moist heat is applied using this technique.


Oils are applied first to the feet using the Vita Flex Technique. Second, the oils are applied along the spine of the back using a series of specific massage techniques which is followed by a moist heat compress and ending with a 10-15 minute neck and shoulder massage.


  • Take the day to relax.
  • It’s recommended to leave the oils on for 24 hours to get their full benefit.
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Think about journaling any experiences.

Essential Oils* Used in Raindrop Technique:

Valor-Is a blend that helps balance the bodies energy to help elevate negative emotions and instill courage, confidence and self-esteem

Oregano-Immune stimulant and helps with viral, bacterial, fungal, parasitic + inflammatory conditions.

Thyme- Purifying and may help with viral, fungal, microbial + parasitic conditions.

Basil- May help with inflammation, spasms, viral and bacterial conditions.

Cypress- May help with circulation, infections, emotional trauma + is grounding.

Wintergreen- Is an anticoagulant, vasodilator, analgesic/anesthetic, may help with blood pressure issues, pain and musculoskeletal problems.

Marjoram- May help with muscle + joint discomfort, circulatory, bacterial, fungal, digestive, blood pressure + mucous conditions. It’s said to help promote intestinal peristalsis + fluid retention.

Peppermint- Helps with inflammatory, tumoral, parasitic, bacterial, viral + fungal conditions. Also relieves pain + stimulates the gallbladder/digestive systems.

Aroma Siez- A blend of EO that promote muscle relaxation and increased circulation to spasms, tight and inflamed muscles resulting from injury, fatigue or stress.

* Only Therapeutic Grade Oils Are Used

Benefits of Raindrop:

This technique has been used for over 20 years as a highly effective method for balancing and rejuvenating the mind and body, bringing energy, relaxation and contentment.

It is said that Raindrop can bring about electrical alignment and helps relieve a variety of discomforts caused by imbalances in the body, especially those found in the spine.

Studies show that Raindrop Treatment helps reduce pain + inflammation, improve circulation + immune function, relieve stress and facilitate the release of negative emotions.

About Essential Oils:

Essential oils are aromatic volatile liquids distilled from shrubs, flowers, trees, roots, and seeds.

They are some of the most powerful inhibitors of microbes known. But, Not all essential oils are the same!

Essential Oils are complex and made up of many chemical constituents. The quantity, quality and type of these chemical compounds vary, depending on many factors.

The purity of an essential oil is based on these chemical compounds which in turn lend an oil their therapeutic properties such as being antimicrobial, antifungal, antiviral, antitumoral, antiparasitic, antiseptic, antibacterial etc.

Therapeutic grade EO preserve as many of these delicate compounds as possible.

How did the Raindrop Technique come about?

Gary Young, ND developed the Raindrop Technique in the 1980’s, based on his research with essential oils, their antimicrobial agents, his knowledge of reflex points, and his influence with the Lakota Indians in South Dakota.


  • Young Living Essential Oils
  • Dr. Leanne Deardeuff-The 7 Powerful Benefits..from the Raindrop Technique
  • E.S.P-Essential Oils Desk Reference 4th

Disclaimer Notice: The information contained in this announcement is intended for educational purposes only and is not provided to diagnose, prescribe treatment for any condition of the body. The information in this website is not a substitute for medical care. Please see a qualified health care provider for medical treatment.