Essential Oils Synergy Roll On
Portable, Convenient to Use & Pre-Diluted
We’ve been hard on our digestive system for decades, and it’s only getting worse. We continually eat wrong foods that hardly get digested properly. The by-product of incomplete digestion clogs our gut with debris that accumulates over time to become a breeding ground for microorganisms. Perhaps, the gut flora gets thrown off and the immune system is faltering. You know it when have gut health troubles that manifest in uncomfortable and often painful ways – gas, flatulence, bloating, stomachache, nausea, diarrhea, etc.
When digestive upset occurs, Tummy Tamer Roll On is a great support for gastrointestinal comfort and normal digestion. It is a natural and synergistic essential oils blend that works to support your digestive health and offer relief for tummy troubles of all sorts.
- Upset stomach, tummy ache and any stomach discomfort.
- Indigestion, occasional gas, flatulence and bloating.
- Heartburn, vomiting, nausea, diarrhea and constipation.
- Bout of intestinal flu or food poisoning.
- Other bowel related problems such as Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
- Ginger: The gastroprotective activity of this oil is known to relieve digestion, stomachache, flatulence and other bowel related problems. It is also effective in reducing nausea, vomiting and motion sickness while demonstrating analgesic activity for a limited time [1,2].
- Peppermint: It can calm stomach muscles, help with bloating, reduce pain from cramping and eliminate gas from the intestines. Like its parent plant, peppermint oil is valued for its digestive remedy capabilities and has long been indicated for IBS via enteric-coated capsules .
- Caraway: A herb used in Ayurveda to aid in proper digestion due to its carminative, digestive and stomachic properties. It also regulates secretion of digestive enzymes and aids absorption of dietary nutrients. It can also raise metabolism, thus preventing constipation by regulating the bowel movements.
- Peppermint and Caraway have both been proven to be highly effective at promoting healthy gastrointestinal motility [4,5].
- Coriander: The German Commission E approves Coriander as a natural aid for treating gastrointestinal conditions like loss of appetite and dyspepsia. It may influence proper secretion of bile, gastric juices and other acids responsible for proper digestion and fight against harmful bacteria that may cause food poisoning and other infections in the stomach.
- Dill: Its anti-gas uses have roots back to the ancient Egyptians and Greeks. The Roman physician recommended this herb for gastrointestinal problems from hiccups to constipation; and it serves equally well to correct flatulence. A study in 2002 indicated that it may help protect stomach lining (having ‘effective anti-secretory and anti-ulcer activity’), suggesting it to be a good remedy for acid reflux and peptic ulcer .
Supporting our intestinal health and integrity of gut barrier should be our goal in this 21st century because 60 – 80% of our immune system lies in our gut. If your gut is unhealthy and imbalanced, it may cause more than digestive ailments and we’re talking about more serious health issues such as autoimmune or chronic health conditions. Listen to your body – if you eat something that seems to throw off your digestion (as evidenced by symptoms such as bloating, gas, heartburn, etc even if these symptoms are mild), take a break from that food. Give your body a rest and avoid over-eating to prevent excessive food from taxing your digestive system.
Direction: Massage firmly over your abdomen and/or lower back. Optionally, lay a heating pad over your abdomen following application. Apply behind the ears for nausea or motion sickness. Relax and inhale deeply. Reapply as needed. This may also be added to the Natural TummyEaze Salve – Kids Version for extra boost for children above 10 years.
- 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.
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- . Susanna Stea. Essential Oils for Complementary Treatment of Surgical Patients: State of the Art. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2014; 2014: 726341.
-  Liu JH et al. Enteric-coated peppermint-oil capsules in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome: a prospective, randomized trial.J Gastroenterol. 1997 Dec;32(6):765-8.
- . Birgit Adam et al. A combination of peppermint oil and caraway oil attenuates the post-inflammatory visceral hyperalgesia in a rat model. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology. Vol 41, 2006; Issue 2.
- . KJ Goerg et al. Effect of peppermint oil and caraway oil on gastrointestinal motility in healthy volunteers: a pharmacodynamic study using simultaneous determination of gastric and gall-bladder emptying and orocaecal transit time. Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics. Vol 17; Issue 3. DOI: 10.1046/j.1365-2036.2003.01421.x
-  Hossein Hosseinzadeh et al. Effects of Anethum graveolens L. seed extracts on experimental gastric irritation models in mice. BMC Pharmacol. 2002; 2: 21.