Hello, friends! Let’s talk about hormones and “that time of the month”, or “shark week” as we used to call it around here. 😉 We’re busy ladies and we don’t have time to deal with cramps or mood swings, right? Dragon Time is my go to essential oil for a happy period. It’s a great for PMS and when you’re surfing the crimson wave.
It helps me with cramping and it also helps to balance out my emotions so I don’t feel like biting peoples’ heads off. It alleviates mood swings, and some of my girlfriends report that it also helps them with headaches caused by hormonal imbalance. This blend combines clary sage, lavender, jasmine, fennel, marjoram and yarrow. My favorite way to use it is to put a little coconut oil into the palm of my hand (or whichever carrier oil I have handy), add just a drop of Dragon Time and then massage on to my lower abdomen as needed. If you feel your cramps in your lower back, you can massage it there too, and if you really need a special treat you can add 2-4 drops into your bath water, or into some Epsom salt and then into your bath water. Soooo good.
Clary sage support’s the body’s production of scleral, important for balancing hormones. It contains natural sclareol, a phytoestrogen that mimics estrogen function, helping with menstrual cramps, PMS, circulatory issues and hormone balancing. The lavender helps you relax and the jasmine can help with muscle spasms, sad feelings, nervous exhaustion and bringing out your inner goddess. Fennel is also antispasmodic and provides great support to thr hormones. Marjoram calms nerves and muscle spasms, and is also great for menopausal women and those with painful periods. Yarrow is excellent for balancing the hormones.
Are you already using essential oils? Which oils do you use to love yourself during that time of the month? If you’re not already a Young Living member, you can use this link to sign up for a wholesale membership so you can pay 24% less for your Dragon Time. As always, if you have any questions, just connect with me through any of my social media accounts below, and remember, periods don’t have to suck (as much.) Happy Friday!
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