The Five Best Oils for a Stomach Ache Granny's Healthy Livin

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The Five Best Oils for a Stomach Ache

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The Five Best Oils for a Stomach Ache

If you’re dealing with a stomach ache from lactose intolerance, acid indigestion or just a plain bad meal, you don’t have to reach for the Pepto to get the relief you need to get a good night’s sleep - all the help you need can come from essential oils. Here we’ll talk about the five best oils to try when you have a stomach ache and how to apply them!

Peppermint oil is honestly the most essential of essential oils. Let’s look at how it helps a stomach ache:

Relaxes Digestive Muscles, Relieves Cramps and Gas

Relieving Symptoms of IBS and Constipation

It can also help with other muscle and spasm issues too stemming from painful periods, hiccups and more.

Tarragon oil is known as “Dragon’s Herb”; it can help boost your appetite, calm down nausea and help restore regular digestive function. It’s been used traditionally to:

Works Best When Combined with Other Oils

If you’re suffering after eating a fatty meal, Tarragon essential oil is the way to go!

It’s been shown in lab and clinical studies that Oil of Oregano acts faster and better than many OTC medications for gastric upset. It works by:

Targeting harmful bacteria and restoring the positive gastric “gut” flora

Most Beneficial as Part of a Probiotic Diet

It’s just a great way to help your system recover after an upset.

Cardamom oil is vital for helping to support a healthy colon and for cultivating your positive gut flora. Let’s take a quick look at what it’s used to treat:

There are many others it can treat, but it’s an excellent companion to other oils like peppermint and clove oil.

Clove oil is rich in Eugenol, a naturally occurring compound that relaxes the muscles, treats yeast infections and can even help relieve conditions like:

It can restore a positive balance even after months of upset, and you can take a little with your meals (it’s been proven safe). Always follow the instructions before you take any, just so you can get the most benefit from your clove essential oil!

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