Essential Oils Synergy Roll On
Portable, Convenient to Use & Pre-Diluted
Many women are dreading that cycle of every month. Period. Very often, they have to endure a monthly ebb and varying flow of hormones and symptoms of PMS and menstrual cramping that will mess with them in multiple ways. Common physical symptoms of PMS include tender breasts, fatigue, headache, joint or muscle pain, weight gain, gastrointestinal problems, acne breakouts, etc.The lack of progesterone and estrogen hormones during premenstrual phase of the female cycle may trigger an uptick in cortisol (stress chemicals) which probably explains those bad vibes during your PMS – mood swings, irritability, depression, insomnia, anxiety, lack of energy and enthusiasm or difficulty concentrating. As the period commences and negative PMS symptoms dissipate, a whole other set of menstrual symptoms begin to kick in – those familiar abdominal cramps, nausea, back pain, and headaches.
If you’re on top of your diet, sleeping patterns, and overall lifestyle, this is the ideal way to regulate your cycle. However, not all life situations are the same and if any of these are not quite possible right now, essential oils therapy may just be the holistic approach you can apply to make yourself feel better – physically and emotionally – during your monthly cycle. Monthly Mayhem Roll On is formulated to alleviate the struggles of cramps and discomforts of PMS; whilst supporting normal, healthy emotions during your female cycle.
- Aids regulation of menstrual cycle and helps hormonal balance over time.
- Promotes blood flows and circulation.
- Soothes muscles cramps and alleviates other discomforts of PMS and menstruation.
- Harmonizes emotions and balances emotional extremes.
- Clary Sage: Effective in reducing PMS and easing pain caused by menstrual cramps by relaxing muscles, especially used with Lavender and Marjoram. As it can reduce the body’s cortisol, it can enhance overall mood and have an antidepressant effect on the body [1,2].
- Sweet Marjoram: An anti-spasmodic and muscle relaxant oil that anesthtizes pain and relaxes muscles to ease cramps.
- Peppermint: Helpful in reducing intensity of headaches during premenstrual or menstrual periods with similar efficacy of acetaminophen but without any adverse reactions [3,4].
- Coriander: Its pain relieving and analgesic properties can soothe and prevent muscles spasms.
- Bergamot: This cheerful and uplifting citrus scent reduces fatigue, anxiety, depression and releases pent-up emotions.
- Geranium: As a tonic for adrenal cortex, it has an overall balancing effect on female hormones and thought to regulate emotional swings. As hormones have direct effect on moods, this oil can also help combat nervousness, chronic exhaustion and fatigue.
- Ylang Ylang: Helps to calm the senses and stop anxiety, depression and mood swings in its tracks.
Direction: Apply generously and massage over your abdomen, lower back, inner feet and around the ankles, or any pain sites. If you are suffering from period pains, stomach cramps or aches, a compress over your abdomen or the affected site is pretty effective for pain relief. Reapply as needed.
- Possible skin sensitivity.
- For external use only.
- Avoid contact with eyes.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Not for use during pregnancy.
- If you are nursing, taking medication, consult with a health professional before use.
- . Ou MC. Pain relief assessment by aromatic essential oil massage on outpatients with primary dysmenorrhea: a randomized, double-blind clinical trial.J Obstet Gynaecol Res. 2012 May;38(5):817-22. doi: 10.1111/j.1447-0756.2011.01802.x. Epub 2012 Mar 22.
- . Hur MH. Aromatherapy massage on the abdomen for alleviating menstrual pain in high school girls: a preliminary controlled clinical study. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2012;2012:187163. doi: 10.1155/2012/187163. Epub 2011 Sep 22.
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- . Göbel H et al. Essential plant oils and headache mechanisms. Phytomedicine. 1995 Oct;2(2):93-102. doi: 10.1016/S0944-7113(11)80053-X.