Support a healthy digestive system with this beautiful stomach massage oil.
These oils work to calm muscle spasms, reduce inflammation, ease pain, and soothe nausea. Many of my clients will use this massage blend when experiencing digestive upset, and give rave reviews.
This blend was created at a 3% dilution. I always recommend a small patch test to ensure there is no skin sensitivity.
30ml almond oil
7 drops bergamot essential oilView Details
4 drops vetiver essential oilView Details
A vacation in a bottle, vetiver has a musty, exotic, sweet, and woody aroma. It is extremely calming and grounding and is popular in the perfume industry. Its calming and purifying qualities make it great for skincare, and it is also known as an immune system booster when applied topically.
3 drops lavender essential oilView Details
2 drops mandarin essential oilView Details
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Grey clouds, be gone. Mandarin’s sweet, citrusy, fruity, and slightly floral aroma is a burst of bright energy, while also balancing, and calming at the same time. It’s an uplifting oil that’s known to help reduce anxiety, stress, irritability, restlessness, and tantrums (both young and old).
2 drops peppermint essential oilView Details
For when the spring in your step has decided to throw in the towel for the day. Peppermint oil’s strong, refreshing aroma has been known to help with mental fatigue, depression, and even to end a headache. It is one of the best things for tired, achy feet, and is known for stimulating new ideas and creativity.
Step 1 Add the essential oils and almond oil into your pump bottle.
Step 2 Twist the lid on and shake well to mix the oils. This recipe will only fill 1/4 of the pump bottle, so feel free to double or triple this recipe.
Step 3 Apply 1-2 pumps (or 1 tsp) of the oil blend to your abdomen and massage.
Step 4 Please note that this blend contains phototoxic oils. You should avoid exposing your abdomen to direct sunlight for 12hrs after applying this blend.
Step 5 If you try out this recipe, please review it below. I would love to hear how you liked it.