Digest Essential Oil Blend
This blend is an amazing blend to help with digestion. It is perfect for ongoing indigestion or reflux issues. It has a lovely fresh liquorice aroma. To use apply roller to stomach and wrists when needed or use pure oil in the diffuser.
Mandarin is a lovely digestive tonic, helping to calm and normalise the digestive system and great for all ages to soothe colic, hiccups, bloating, flatulence and digestive distress related to nervous upset.
Ginger essential oil helps ease nausea, motion sickness and morning sickness. It can be diffused or used as an inhalation to support immune deficiences and ease coughs and respiratory congestion. Applied in a compress or massage oil it warms and eases stiff, tired or sore joints and muscles and stimulates circulation to cold extremities. Massaged onto the abdomen it can also help ease menstrual and digestive spasms and stimulate digestion.
Fennel’s primary action is as a digestive tonic, aiding digestion and soothing nausea, bloating, flatulence and colic. It can be very helpful for constipation, massaged in a clockwise direction on the abdomen, and aids removal of toxins and fluid retention (popular in cellulite and detoxifying blends). Fennel has expectorant and antispasmodic effects to ease coughs and bronchitis. It is also said to promote breast milk in nursing mothers and has been used for both menopausal and menstrual symptoms.
Lime oil helps stimulate digestion, and aids natural detoxification by encouraging lymphatic circulation. Lime oil also has antimicrobial and immune support properties, great to diffuse or as an inhalation for coughs and colds.
Lemon oil provides a lovely fresh scent and a detoxifying, toning action applied to congested, stagnant areas including cellulite, fluid retention, varicose or spider veins, as well as rheumatic joint conditions.
- Consultation with a suitably qualified practitioner is recommended prior to use
- For external use only.
- Do not apply to skin undiluted
- Not recommended for use during pregnancy
- Perform a patch test prior to use