Bio Balance


The BIG Deal About BRAIN Support 

Our brain is the “computer” of our body and influences so much of our health.  Our brain stores memories and allows thought and conscious movement. In addition, it sends signals for our heart to pump, our digestive tract to function, and even our hormones to work. This is why the proper function of our brain can be so critical to our health.   

HYPOTHALAMUS – the Master Switchboard or Head Coach

Our brain directs our body through a system of chemical messengers known as hormones that travel through the blood to other parts of the body. These hormones also work closely with our nervous system in what is called the neuro endocrine system.

The “Master Switchboard” that controls this system is a gland in the brain called the HYPOTHALAMUS.  The Hypothalamus can also be called the Master Gland because it regulates the activity of the other glands. (1)

The Hypothalamus:

Gland and Hormone Coach

Our body functions a lot like a sports team.  The glands are like coaches that send hormones as messages to the various parts or “players” in the body, to tell them what to do.  In sports you have specialty coaches (a pitching coach or batting coach in baseball, or offensive and defensive coordinators in football) and there is also a head coach that directs the other coaches.  For our bodies, this “Head Coach” is the HYPOTHALAMUS located within the brain.  Together with the pituitary gland (also in the brain), the hypothalamus directs our other glands and hormones. 

This includes the thyroid and parathyroid glands, adrenal glands, pancreas, ovaries, and testis. The neuro endocrine system is responsible for maintaining blood pressure, heart rate, production of digestive enzymes, and maintaining balanced body fluids. (2)

The hypothalamus also plays a role in:


Body temperature control



Weight control 


Sleep-wake cycles 

Sex drive

Childbirth & breast milk production

A New Frontier in Brain/Hypothalamus Support 

From his background in psychology, Kent King knew that the key to nutritionally supporting the hypothalamus and the rest of the brain was through supporting the cerebrospinal fluid (CFS). CFS is a special fluid found in the brain that has many important functions including: (3,4,5,6)

  1. Providing nutrients to the brain 
  2. Removing waste products from the brain 
  3. Transporting “message molecules” to other parts of the body 

In his research, Kent discovered that cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) has 17 key minerals whose balance is so important for our health that the body works to renew it every 8 hours. Kent theorized that if the brain via the hypothalamus relies so heavily on the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), then supporting the body’s ability to balance the minerals in the CSF could help support all of the wide range of biological functions that the brain and hypothalamus direct. 

To accomplish this support gently and effectively, Kent realized that the body could benefit not only from having trace amounts of the key nutrients needed for the CSF but also from using specific essential oils. These specific essential oils would act as catalysts to help promote the uptake and use of the minerals. With this understanding, Kent set off to find the right oils and mineral combinations that could help make this happen.  The result was the birth of the Bio Balance program, a new frontier in brain and hypothalamus support! 

Learn more about Kent’s amazing research on the Bio Balance Program!

The Bio Balance Program

The Bio Balance program is a series of 4 essential oil blends used together with Organ Balance. Each of these 5 blends are enhanced with a special blend of trace minerals.  In addition to providing the body with trace minerals, each blend is formulated with specific essential oils designed to be catalysts of these minerals. These minerals are of primary importance to the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).  The specifics of each blend are: 

Bio Balance 1: Sodium, Chloride, Potassium, Iodine

Bio Balance 2:  Zinc, Sulfur, Calcium, Selenium

Bio Balance 3: Boron, Phosphorus, Yitterum, Nitrogen

Bio Balance 4: Cobalt, Iron, Copper, Silica

Organ Balance: Supports communication with the other organs

All blends: Magnesium

As these four blends are rotated together with the Organ Balance blend, the first goal is to gently support the body’s ability to balance the essential nutrients used in the CSF. The second goal is to help support communication between the brain and the critical organs using the specially designed Organ Balance blend.

Option 1: Rotate each oil on a daily basis

Amount: Enough to cover your fingertip, use once or twice a day around the belly button or on the feet.  This is approximately 1 drop per 50 lbs. of body weight (smaller people have smaller fingers).         

Option 2: Use an oil each month

Use one of the BIO-BALANCE oils for an entire month (it should be gone in a month), with one week of the ORGAN BALANCE between each oil.  The total should be 5 months.


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