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Over Indulging? Essential Oils to the Rescue!

By Expert December 30, 2010 - 11:54am

We are all guilty for eating more than we should sometimes no matter how disciplined we are. Then we spend the next few hours or days (depending on how bad you really were) trying to find the right remedy to make it all go away.

This takes us to the next step of finding something over the counter to take to relieve our misery. The problem of that is sometimes taking something we think is harmless has consequences later on in life.

Recent studies have shown that antacids containing aluminum can contribute to phosphate deficiency. When there is not enough phosphate in the blood the body will take it from the bones causing bone loss. Aluminum alone we know has been shown to cause impaired mental function and related to neurological disorders.

Antacids may also cause bone pain, muscle weakness, cramping and bowel issues kidney stones and possible malabsorption of minerals in the body.

Essential oils is the safest alternative to your tummy woes. There are many oils that will help with the ill effects of over eating.

Ginger Therapeutic Grade Essential Oil has been shown to be supportive of the digestive system, ginger is commonly used to soothe, comfort, and balance digestive discomfort. Applying to the bottoms of your feet 1 drop with 3 drops of coconut oil or inhaling.

Rosemary Therapeutic Grade Essential Oil has historically shown to help with belching, upset stomach, bloating, heartburn, stomach cramps. You may try using 3 drops of rosemary to the bottoms of your feet.

Peppermint Therapeutic Grade Essential Oil has also been shown in studies to help with upset stomach. Inhaling is also a option to soothe your stomach. You may add one drop of peppermint essential oil to your tea. You may apply to your feet 1 drops to 3 drops of coconut oil.

+ Peppermint and caraway oils have been clinically shown to soothe the bowel, improve elimination, and ease digestive discomfort and nausea.*
+ Lemon oil is a traditional remedy that stimulates cleansing, reduces acidity.*
+ Ginger, fennel, and anise oils may be used to stimulate digestion, reduce nausea, gas, and bloating.*
You may try applying to the bottoms of your feet, 4-5 drops. You may try every half hour until desired effect has occurred.
Please remember that the above suggestions are using Therapeutic Grade essential oils only and using substitutions may result in undesirable effects that could be harmful to the body.

*The statements above has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration

This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat or prescribe. Be pro-active in your health. Do your research and choose wisely.

For more information please go to www.essential7.com

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Essential oils, knowns as nature's living energy, are the natural, aromatic violatile liquids found in shrubs, flowers, trees, roots, bushes and seeds. The distrinctive components in essential oils defend plants against insects, environmental conditions and disease. They are also vital for a plant to grow, live, evolve and adapt to its surroundings. Essential oils are extrated from aromatic plant sources via steam distillation, and are highly concentrated and far more potent than dry herbs. While essential oils often have a pleasant aroma, their chemical makeup is complex and benefits vast - which makes them much more than something that simply smells good. Historically, essential oils have played a prominent role in everyday life. With more than 200 references to aromatics, incense and ointments throughout the Bible, essential oils are said to be used for anointing and healing the sick. Today, essential oils are used for aromatherpay, massage therapy, emtotional health, personal care, nutritional supplements, household solutions and much more.




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