Relieving Stomach Aches & Nausea with Essential Oils

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Relieving Stomach Aches & Nausea with Essential Oils

When fall comes around, it always seems that colds, flus and other bugs wake up with the changing temperatures and run rampant. Everyone you know has now come down with something. Whatever ails you this season, be sure to take a look at the following oils to make your healing process as manageable as possible.


Vertigo


With flus and stomach issues, nausea and vertigo can also accompany symptoms like headaches and stomach pain. To stop your head from spinning, the Vertigo blend can provide you with calming and steadying effects of Peppermint, coriander and Ginger.


Aside from nausea and vertigo, this oil can also mitigate discomfort from:

  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Poor eating habits
  • Indigestion
  • Dehydration
  • Headaches
  • Pregnancy
  • Internal pressure

To use, simply apply to your hands, neck and temples or diffuse and breathe deeply.



Calming Core


Indigestion and stomach aches are a pain. To mitigate the effects of painful stomach issues, try the Calming Core blend. This blend allows a combination of coriander, caraway, Peppermint, Ginger and other culinary oils to soothe stomach pains caused by indigestion and stomach acid imbalances.


To use, simply waft and breathe deeply, apply to your abdomen with a 2-5% dilution or add a few drops to your cooking to feel the full effect of this relieving blend.




Ginger Root


For centuries, Ginger Root has been used to treat a myriad of ailments across the globe. Originating in Asiatic areas, ginger was brought over to Europe between the 10th and 15th centuries as a spice, but has long been used to relieve dizziness, nausea and stomach issues.


According to Home Remedies, other common uses for Ginger Root include:


  • Indigestion
  • Gas
  • Stomach acid imbalances
  • Nausea
  • Stomach aches

To use, apply topically with a 2-5% dilution or diffuse and breathe deeply to feel the full effects of this exotic oil.


Peppermint


Along with ginger, Peppermint tends to be one of the most popular oils for relieving stomach aches and nausea. What makes this oil so effective for relieving stomach pain is menthol, one of its internal properties, and according to Reader’s Digest, can soothe:


  • Cramping
  • Gas
  • Bloating
  • Indigestion
  • Heartburn
  • Irregular bowel movements

To use, simply diffuse, waft from the bottle or apply topically with a 2-10% dilution.



As with all essential oils, use extreme caution when using, as not all oils are meant to be ingested. Please visit Nature’s Fusions to learn more about how essential oils can relieve any seasonal pain this fall!