Many women have experienced great relief using a tampon retention and compress method with certain essential oils.
A colon cleanse is helpful to rid the body of built up intestinal plaque and aid digestion which is crucial for proper hormone/organ function.
It is VERY important that you use pure, therapeutic grade essential oils which are safe for internal use and ONLY organic 100% cotton tampons. Most essential oils that you would pick up in your health food store are NOT pure enough or labeled for internal use. I have been using
Young Living's essential oils for almost ten years both personally and professionally in my wellness studio for women. Click on the links below for information about each oil. You may order these oils at retail Customer, preferred Customer, or wholesale prices (24% off Customer price shown) from my
Oils For Wellness website. Let me know if you have any questions! :)
Below are some blends with essential oils useful for ovarian cysts.
Test a drop of each blend on a small area of your skin (if you have sensitive skin) before proceeding with tampon or compress. Using only one blend at a time in a glass bowl, soak up the oil mixture with a pure organic cotton tampon. Use tampon nightly for 4 nights then discontinue for 3 nights.
Either blend can be rubbed over lower abdomen and covered with a warm compress. Cover area with a very warm moist towel after applying oils and put on a heated pak from the microwave or hot water bottle. Do not use a heating pad.
Be Well, Jennifer Nordin
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