Essential Oils for Digestion

I have found essential oils invaluable when I’ve been dealing with any issue with my digestion ranging from, bloating, gas, nausea, to vomiting, a stomach bug, or even gastroenteritis.Golden touch kit
My go to oils for digestion are Young Living’s Di-Gize blend and Peppermint Essential oil. 

Di-Gize is a blend of ginger, fennel, juniper, anise, patchouli, peppermint, tarragon, and lemongrass. It has quite a strong fragrance, but I find but it tastes much better than it smells!

The way I like to use oils for digestive issues is primary internally, although I’ve found they can be very effective just rubbing topically on the skin.

  • Inhale – apply 1 drop into my hands and cup over my face taking deep breaths.
  • Apply 1-2 drops on my belly
  • For my son I would dilute and rub on his belly.
  • 1-2 drops under the tongue
  • 1 drop in a glass of water
  • 1-5 drops in a vegetable capsule (although I rarely do this)
  • Put water in my mouth and then drop in 2-3 drops and swallow. (See video)

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Other oils that I sometimes use for digestion are: lemon, ginger, tarragon, fennel, spearmint, frankincense, citrus fresh and lavender. 

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I am an independent Distributor with Young Living Essential Oils because I believe they are the best product I have found on the market today, and I desire to share them with others and enable them to achieve the freedom and wellness that these oils have offered me and my family.

The information provided here is for EDUCATION PURPOSES ONLY and is in NO WAY intended to replace proper medical advice. IT IS NOT for diagnostic or prescriptive use or to be construed as instruction on how to cure or treat any condition, illness or disease.

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