Ginger, Peppermint, Lavender, Chamomile, Clove, Fractionated Coconut Oil
Ginger: Ginger is a flowering plant that has been used for centuries as powerful spice in cooking.
Peppermint: Peppermint essential oil packs a lot of punch. I often turn to peppermint tea for mild digestive issues, but if I need something stronger I turn to peppermint essential oil. Due to its antiemetic and antispasmodic peppermint essential oil works to reduce nausea, vomiting, and motion sickness and increase digestion.
Lavender: Lavender essential oil has many uses to support health. It doesn’t disappoint as an essential oil to treat nausea, vomiting, digestive issues and motion sickness. The delightfully scented gentle essential oil is derived from the lavender plant, which is part of the mint family. As an essential oil for nausea, vomiting, digestive issues and motion sickness its anti-septic and anti-inflammatory properties will work wonders to reduce your symptoms.
Chamomile: Chamomile is a popular herb to treat all kinds of health-related issues. Chamomile essential oil is a concentrated substance distilled from the chamomile plant. Though it is a gentle oil, a little goes a long way. Due to its concentrated form and vast potential uses (including hair and skin care) chamomile essential oil makes a great addition to your medicine cabinet.
Clove: Clove essential oil is high in antioxidants and has potent anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties, making it effective for a large variety of common health concerns including toothaches and candida.One of the traditional clove oil uses has been for the treatment of common complaints related to the digestive system, including indigestion, motion sickness, bloating and flatulence (accumulation of gas in the digestive tract).
Carrier Oil: Organic Fractionated Coconut oil: Coconut oil contains a unique combination of fatty acids with powerful medicinal properties. There are countless health benefits to using coconut oil topically to your skin. Coconut oil comes in both refined and unrefined versions. For use in aromatherapy, you actually cannot use unrefined coconut oil since it sets like butter in the jar and can only be scooped out in chunks rather than a liquid version. Therefore, it is made available in the form of a “fractionated” carrier oil that is smooth, oily, and very useful for aromatherapy applications. Fractionated coconut oil will feel very smooth to the skin, but won’t clog pores.