4 Essential Oils that may Relieve Bloating And Stomach Pain

gut health health Jul 01, 2020
4 Essential Oils that may Relieve Bloating And Stomach Pain

To help with bloating there are 4 essential oils you can apply topically to help reduce the effects of bloating. Always use a carrier oil to dilute an essential oil before applying it topically. (Carrier oils include: jojoba, avocado, olive oil, coconut oil, and sweet almond).

1. Ginger Oil
Ginger can be used to soothe a stomach internally, but applying on the tummy for bloating relief is almost as effective and will certainly give you a boost. 

2. Chamomile Oil
Chamomile reduces bowel inflammation and eases the cramping pain. It can also eliminate gas in the intestines. It’s also been noted (though scientifically unproven) that it helps rid the body of parasites.

3. Peppermint Oil
Peppermint oil, diluted with a carrier oil, can help with most forms of pain but can help eliminate symptoms of bloating as well. Peppermint calms stomach muscles, reducing pain from cramping. It also helps eliminate gas from the intestines.
You can also use peppermint tea (not the oil) in combination to help clear the symptoms internally.

4. Cumin Essential Oil
Cumin oil is great for pain, cramps, and detoxing. It can help with IBS symptoms like diarrhea and constipation. This oil should only be applied at night as exposure to sunlight can turn it toxic. Pregnant women should NOT use it.

You can now order DoTerra essential oils via our online account here –

DISCLAIMER: This information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment and is for information only. Essential oils are very highly concentrated and potent and it is important to always check the specific safety data provided. Keep out of reach of children, the elderly, and pets. For external use only. Avoid contact with mucous membranes and eyes. If any essential oils have contacted your eye, wash out with a vegetable oil such as olive oil, not water.
Some oils may cause skin irritation in people with sensitive skin. It is recommended to perform a patch test before use. To patch test, place one drop on the back of your wrist and leave for an hour or more. If irritation or redness occurs wash the area with olive oil then cold water and do not use the oil.

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