You might often hear about how balancing your hormones is linked to many benefits to your body including how to balance hormones to lose weight. Other benefits of hormone balance can include increased sexual function, as well as better sleep and mood! At The Feedback Farmacy, we believe in natural ways of achieving optimal health through prevention, here are three of the best essential oil blends for hormonal balance:
1. EndoFlex (For him and her)
Contains: Spearmint oil, sage oil, geranium oil, myrtle oil, german chamomile oil and nutmeg oil
Hormone balancing oil that flexes and strengthens your endocrine system!
The endocrine system tells your body what hormones to produce and when to produce them. It also regulates metabolism, growth, development, tissue function, sexual function, reproduction, thyroid function, sleep and mood.
This specific blend supports the pineal, pituitary and adrenal glands.
Sage oil, known as the sacred herb by ancient romans is recognized for it's benefits in strengthening the vital centers, supporting metabolism and hormone regulation.
Geranium oil aids in hormonal balance.
Myrtle oil has been extensively researched by Dr. Daniel Penoel for normalizing hormonal imbalances of the thyroid and ovaries.
Nutmeg oil helps balance the adrenals and increases production of growth hormone and melatonin.
This blend c.an be used topically or taken as a dietary supplement
This is a big one for me personally with my history of adrenal issues. Have it with me always!
2. Mister (For him and her)
Contains: Sage oil, fennel oil, lavender oil, myrtle oil, yarrow oil, and peppermint oil
Helps prostate to function optimally – a big part of his libido and performance!
Supports healthy testosterone levels
Sage oil is known as the sacred herb by ancient romans recognized it for its benefits in strengthening the vital centers, supporting metabolism and hormone regulation.
Fennel oil has been used for 100s of years to balance menstrual cycles
Lavender oil has a wide range of uses, one being to aid with menstrual cramps/PMS
Yarrow oil is considered sacred to the Chinese who recognize the harmony of the Yin and Yang energies within it. Used for prostate problems, menstrual problems and PMS
You can apply to his ankles and front and back of pelvis. Apply daily for optimal prostate function.
Women also need certain levels of testosterone, so this blend helps promote a healthy balance.
Can help with hot flashes and mood swings
Can help estrogen dominant women feel more balanced
If other female balancing hormone oils don’t help, try Mister.
3. Lady Sclareol (For her)
Geranium oil, coriander oil, vetiver oil, orange oil, clary sage oil, bergamot oil, ylang ylang oil, royal Hawaiian sandalwood oil, Spanish sage oil, jasmine oil, Idaho blue spruce oil, spearmint oil and hinoki oil
This essential oil blend helps decrease negative emotions, boost confidence and help you feel more peaceful and grounded.
Geranium oil aids in hormonal balance.
Orange oil has been shown to decrease cortisol levels (your stress hormone.) Excess cortisol causes imbalances in your other hormones in addition to many other health issues.
Clary sage oil aids with soothing cramps, PMS and agitation. This essential oil has estrogen-like properties.
Bergamot oil aids in hormonal support, similar to the effects of orange oil on cortisol levels.
Ylang ylang oil helps to balance male and female sexual energy and encourages feelings of sensuality. This essential oil helps restore confidence and filter out negative energy.
Spanish sage oil, also known as Sage Lavender oil, has been shown to increase estradiol levels which equates to being more regular.
Jasmine oil aids with menstrual problems and PMS.
This estradiol increasing blend supports and loves on the reproductive system.
Low estradiol levels are common place among women with irregular cycles and/or fertility issues.
This blend can also be worn daily as perfume.
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