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Our sense of smell has a direct line to our emotions. Does the smell of a certain perfume remind you immediately of a loved one? Does the smell of freshly baked sugar cookie remind you of a favorite grandmother? Everyday aromas can bring us back to memorable people and events.
- Lavender – has anti-inflammatory properties and is relaxing to body, mind and spirit
- Ylang Ylang and Bergamot – have antidepressant and antispasmodic properties
- Peppermint has analgesic properties
- Rose is very balancing for women
At the first sign of discomfort apply directly to the abdomen several times daily. SHAKE BEFORE EACH USE. Flip up the cap and shake a few drops onto your palm. Repeat as needed.
1.0 oz (30ml) GEL in white HDPE bottle w/snap cap
There are a number of simple things to do to help with these temporary, annoying occurrences.
- dress in layers, sometimes all it takes to feel more comfortable is to remove a layer
- avoid clothing that is too tight
- watch the spicy food
- alcohol can trigger a hot flash
- reduce caffeine (coffee, black tea and chocolate)
- manage stress
- make a simple cooling spray – add 2-5 drops of peppermint essential oil to a small spray bottle filled with water. Shake before each use. Spritz as needed.
- COMFORT blend can be very helpful as well
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