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Thursday, October 31, 2013

Soothes Occasional Stomach Upset Blend

 Many Essential oils have been recognized through research as powerful agents to help restore normal occasional balance in the digestive system. 

Soothes Occasional Stomach Upset Blend takes advantage of these well-established therapeutic compounds in a proprietary blend of pure essential oils. Ginger, peppermint, tarragon, fennel, caraway, coriander, and anise each have specific attributes, which add to the overall efficacy of this potent blend. 

When used internally, Soothes Occasional Stomach Upset Blend brings soothing digestive relief. 

Application: May be applied  to reflex points on feet and ankles. It may also be applied topically over the stomach, as a compress on the abdomen, and at the bottom of the throat. As a dietary supplement, dilute one drop in 4oz. of water or soy/rice milk, and sip slowly. 

Here are a  few of the many uses for SOSUB... That may or may not work for you. Everyone is different. 

Supports a healthy gastrointestinal tract  Add one drop of oil to rice or almond milk and drink or a drop right on your tongue.

Uncomfortable: Flavor water with 5 drops and drink.

The Runs or Blockage: Apply topically on the abdomen or take internally by placing 1-2 drops in an empty capsule and swallowing or place on tongue. (Dilute with children). Or try the new DigestZen Softgels.

Mucus break up: Diffusing into the air with our Lotus Diffuser can help clear up mucus, a drop on the tongue and behind the neck.

Food poisoning: Add 6 drops to 8oz of water. Swish around in the mouth, and swallow. Place 1-2 drops in an empty capsule, and swallow.

For infants and small children: apply topically to the stomach area with fractionated coconut oil to protect their sensitive skin. Can help babies with constipation, diarrhea, and acid reflex issues.

Diaper Irritations: Combine 1 teaspoon of fractionated coconut oil with a drop each of a digestive blend and lavender and apply.


Use with caution during pregnancy: only use a drop massaged on the outer ear for morning sickness.
Not for use by people with epilepsy.

Companions well with peppermint. For extreme nausea, rub a few drops then cup Soothes Occasional Stomach Upset Blend and Peppermint in your hands and take a deep breath.

Emotions Addressed: Loss of appetite for food or life, inability to assimilate new information or experiences, over stimulated. 


If you don't like making your own capsules or like the taste of the this blend Essential Oil, then you can try the Softgels. Email me if you would like more information.



These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. 

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