Challenged with tummy and digestive issues?
Try this essential oil blend.
Whenever anyone asks me what my go-to essential oil blend is, I choose DigestZen. I've always been challenged with tummy and digestive issues and had tried many natural remedies including ginger, peppermint, apple cider vinegar, fennel seed and more but it wasn’t until I became a doTerra Wellness Advocate that I discovered DigestZen. (Disclaimer: yes, I do sell doTerra but I’m not here to get you signed up. I am sharing because I want you to feel your very best!!)
As an adult, I’ve been very picky about what foods I consume (organic, free-range, grass fed) but no matter what genre - vegan, vegetarian, sometimes-arian or consumer of animal protein, my tummy never felt right. I don’t know that I can describe what that means other than slightly upset, bloated, gassy and otherwise off-balance.
It wasn’t until I tried DigestZen that I finally found a natural remedy that worked for me. The combination of ingredients include anise seed, peppermint plant, ginger rhizome/root, caraway seed, coriander seed, tarragon plant, and fennel seed essential oils and this combination works magic on my tummy. You can add a few drops to water to take internally*, rub on your tummy before flying or driving for a calming aroma (just blend with fractionated coconut oil in a roller ball bottle), and I have found it particularly useful when travelling and trying new culinary delights.
If you don’t like the smell of licorice then this essential oil will not be the one for you because although anise seed is not directly related to licorice, it has a very similar taste and smell that you either LOVE or hate.
The name is perfect because this essential oil blend definitely makes my tummy feel ZEN!
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Obligatory Disclosure: The above information is based on my personal experience but I am required to make this statement: Statements with asterisks refer to internal use. All others refer to aromatic or topical use. *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.