Do you have nightmares about that "time of the month"? Do you know that your cramps will keep you down for a couple days? Headaches? Bloating, mood swings, pain, anger, ugh.......we've all been there!!!! I was watching my daughter suffer from horrible cramps and I said, "I know I can make an oil for that!" Waalaaa- I came up with Crampin' My Style. This has been a game changer for my daughter and my other female friends that suffer from Aunt Flo's Rage.
I have perfected this potion to combat everything that comes along with your period! Cramps, bloating, mood swings, heavy bleeding-this combo is amazing! You will not be disappointed. You will be feeling better in minutes after using.
This blend also helps those suffering from symptoms of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and Menopause
Instructions for use
For PMS and cramps: Roll over your lower abdomen where your uterus is 3-4 a day as needed during your menstrual cycle.
For menopausal symptoms and hot flashes: Roll over lower abdomen, neck, and back of neck 2-3 times a day as needed
Made with 100% Organic and Therapeutic Oils: Clary Sage, Lavender, Cypress, Peppermint, Fennel, Juniper Berry, Marjoram, Roman Chamomile, Rosemary, Geranium, Ylang Ylang, Jasmine
DO NOT USE IF YOU ARE PREGNANT, THINK YOU COULD BE PREGNANT, OR BREAST FEEDING
Painful periods is generally not a cause for alarm. However, seek emergency medical attention immediately if you experience:
- Cramping along with excessive bleeding
- If tissue passes in the menstrual flow
- If you have fever or chills
- If the pain suddenly appear or worsens
- If you faint or become dizzy
- If you might be pregnant
CLARY SAGE: Clary sage is considered to be one of the top essential oils for hormones, especially in women. Many claims have been made as to its benefits when dealing with cramps, heavy menstrual cycles, hot flashes and hormonal imbalances.
LAVENDER: Several studies have found that lavender oil helps as a natural painkiller. Simply rubbing lavender into the area of concern can reduce inflammation and pain intensity, helping to alleviate the symptoms of many health conditions.
CYPRESS: Because of cypress oil’s antispasmodic qualities, it inhibits problems associated with spasms, such as cramps and muscle pulls.
PEPPERMINT: f you are wondering if peppermint oil is good for pain, the answer is a resounding “yes!” Peppermint essential oil is a very effective natural painkiller and muscle relaxant. It also has cooling, invigorating and antispasmodic properties. Peppermint oil is especially helpful in alleviating a tension headache, in one clinical trial performing as well as acetaminophen.
FENNEL: Spasms in the gut are no laughing matter. They can be extremely painful, causing coughing, hiccups, cramps in the intestinal area and convulsions. Fennel essential oil may have a relaxing effect on your body, including the muscles in the intestinal region. This relaxation of the gut can really make a difference if enduring a spasmodic attack, giving you quick relief from muscle spasms in the gut.
JUNIPER BERRY: Relieves Bloating. The berries are also a natural diuretic, which helps the body flush out excess fluids from the bladder and urethra. (5) This has the potential to reduce bloating. This is especially effective when combined with other antibacterial and diuretic foods, including cranberries, fennel and dandelion.
MARJORAM:***** Marjoram is known in traditional medicine for its ability to restore hormonal balance and regulate the menstrual cycle. lIf you’re a woman, it could be the herb that finally helps you get your hormones in proper balance because it’s been shown to balance hormones naturally. Whether you’re dealing with the unwanted monthly symptoms of PMS or menopause, this herb can provide relief for women of all ages. It’s considered an emmenagogue, which means it can be used to help start menstruation. It’s also been used traditionally by nursing moms to promote breast milk production. Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and infertility (often resulting from PCOS) are other significant hormonal imbalance issues that this herb has been shown to improve. A 2016 study published in the Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics evaluated the effects of marjoram tea on the hormonal profile of women with PCOS in a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. The study’s results revealed the positive effects of the tea on the hormonal profile of PCOS women. The tea improved insulin sensitivity and reduced the levels of adrenal androgens in these women. This is very significant since an excess of androgens is at the root of hormone imbalance for many women of reproductive age.
ROMAN CHAMOMILE: Roman chamomile essential oil serves as a natural mood booster that helps reduce feelings of depression — plus its antispasmodic properties allow it to soothe menstrual cramps and body aches that are commonly associated with PMS, such as headaches and back pain. Its relaxant properties make it a valuable remedy for PMS symptoms, and it can even help clear up acne that may appear as a result of hormone fluctuations.
ROSEMARY: Relieve muscle aches and pains
GERANIUM: Inflammation has been found to be associated with just about every health condition, and researchers are furiously investigating chronic inflammation’s effects on health and possible preventive medical applications. Research shows that geranium essential oil has significant potential for the development of novel anti-inflammatory drugs with improved safety profile.
YLANG YLANG: Helpful for reducing PMS symptoms To naturally remedy PMS cramps. Because of its ability to act directly on the olfactory system of the brain, inhaling ylang ylang can have immediate, positive effects on your mood and act like a mild, natural depression remedy. It’s said to “expand the heart,” and research shows it can help release negative emotions, including anger, low self-esteem and jealousy.
JASMINE: Many studies have found improvements in mood and sleep after using jasmine oil either as an aromatherapy treatment or topically on the skin, as well as it being a way to boost energy levels. Results demonstrate that jasmine oil has a stimulating/activating effect of the brain and also helps improve mood at the same time. Massaging jasmine oil onto your skin or inhaling it can help to reduce PMS symptoms, including headaches, stomach cramps, acne and other skin flair-ups or restlessness.
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As always, check with your doctor before using. Do not use if pregnant or nursing without checking with your physician.