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Digestive and Nausea Aid | Fragrant Friday
Deb Phelps
May 24 2024 • Duration: 5 Minutes
Happy Fragrant Friday! 🌿 Today, we're blending a special roll-on recipe designed to soothe your stomach and aid digestion. As a certified aromatherapist, I can attest to this blend of peppermint, ginger, and fennel in a convenient roll-on format. It can be applied directly when you feel digestive discomfort or nausea. It’s a natural way to support your digestive health. Try it out and let us know how it works for you! Share your own tips for natural digestive aids, and let’s support each other in our wellness journeys! 💚 #FragrantFriday #DigestiveHealth #Aromatherapy

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Digestive Aid Roll-On Recipe
• 10 ml roll-on bottle
• Carrier oil (such as fractionated coconut oil or jojoba oil)
• 3 drops Peppermint essential oil (helps relieve digestive issues and nausea)
• 3 drops Ginger essential oil (aids digestion and reduces inflammation)
• 2 drops Fennel essential oil (supports the digestive system and can ease bloating)
1. Add Essential Oils: Carefully drop the peppermint, ginger, and fennel essential oils into your 10 ml roll-on bottle.
2. Fill with Carrier Oil: Top off the bottle with your chosen carrier oil. This dilutes the essential oils to a safe concentration and makes them ready to apply directly to the skin.
3. Mix the Blend: Cap the bottle and shake well to mix the oils thoroughly.
4. Label Your Blend: Consider labeling your roll-on bottle with the date and contents for easy identification.
• Apply as Needed: Gently roll onto your abdomen, moving in a clockwise direction which is the natural direction of your digestive tract. Also, you can apply it to the wrists or behind the ears for nausea relief.

SAFETY INFO: Don’t use this oil if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, have an estrogen-dependent cancer, or endometriosis. Fennel Essential Oil may inhibit blood clotting and should not be used with any antidiabetic or anticoagulant medications.

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