Belly Spasm Oil

Belly Spasm Oil

If you like this recipe and want to learn more about using Aromatherapy for pain relieving massage, check out my free webinar, “Reduce Your Clients’ Pain Using Aromatherapy.”

When should you apply Essential Oils? Ease belly spasms with this special oil blend.

You’ll learn effective recipes to help your clients (or friends!) feel better, even between massage sessions.

This belly spasm oil is a great friend if your stomach feels sore or tight—whether it’s from stress, or you’ve eaten something that’s just not agreeing with you.

I’m making this blend in jojoba wax. Jojoba is an amazing carrier oil because it doesn’t go rancid. This means the shelf life of our blend depends on the essential oils we use. (The essential oil with the shortest shelf life determines the shelf life of the entire blend.)

Our belly spasm blend has a shelf life of two years.

In a 1 oz (30 ml) glass bottle, combine:

1 oz (30 ml) Jojoba wax (Simmondsia chinensis) — Leave a little space in your bottle for the essential oils. (1:05)
3 drops Peppermint (Mentha x piperita) (1:56)
3 drops Cardamom (Ellettaria cardamomum) (2:19)
7 drops Roman Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) (2:38)
3 drops Neroli (Citrus aurantium var. amara) (3:04)

Together, these four oils help promote digestion, soothe tension, reduce spasms, and ease pain.

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