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Can essential oils help with menstrual issues?

Can essential oils help with menstrual issues?

Can essential oils help with menstrual issues?  Yes, they can!  If you are suffering with menstrual pain, then keep reading!  A woman’s body is affected by her hormone cycle, especially the fluctuation of estrogen. Besides the formation of sexual characteristics estrogen affects mental health, bone growth the cardiovascular system including cholesterol levels, skin health protein synthesis and fluid balance.

Can essential oils help with menstrual issues?

Phytoestrogens are naturally occurring plant compounds chemically similar to the estrogen produced in the body.

If a woman has too much estrogen, milder phytoestrogens can bind with receptors that would otherwise be filled by stronger estrogen.  For a woman with not enough estrogen, the phytoestrogens help fill this void naturally.  So, if you are a woman who is suffering with menstrual symptoms like heavy bleeding, cramps, mood swings, acne breakouts or a combination of all of the above you may want to consider one of the following products to help you.

Use a topical blend of clary sage, lavender, bergamot, Roman chamomile, cedarwood, ylang ylang, geranium and fennel can provide temporary respite from cramps, nausea, hot flashes, and the emotional swings sometimes associated with regular hormone cycles in women.

I have found that by rubbing a blend of these oils on your stomach and placing a heating pad on it really helps in aiding in the relief.

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