• Essential Oils for Digestive Support

  • Essential Oils for Digestive Support

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    Maybe you have heard about Essential Oils and wondered what all the fuss was about; or maybe you have started to use them in your home already; but whatever the reason you decided to attend, I am glad you are here. BE BLESSED as you learn more about ESSENTIAL OILS. This class has been created...
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    If you have ever enjoyed the scent of a rose, you’ve experienced the aromatic qualities of Essential Oils. These naturally occurring, volatile aromatic compounds are found in the seeds, bark, stems, roots, flowers, and other parts of plants. They can be both beautifully and powerfully fragrant....
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    Essential Oils have been used for thousands of years. When you choose our oils, you are choosing Essential Oils gently and carefully distilled from plants that have been patiently harvested at the perfect moment by experienced growers from around the world for ideal extract composition and...
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    Essential Oils are great for EVERYDAY USE. You can experience the many benefits of Essential Oils by using them to support overall health. Here are the three ways to use them: AROMATIC • Essential Oils, when diffused or inhaled, can be very stimulating, calming, or soothing. • Diffusing...
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    One of the most well-studied areas of aroma research is the effect of smell on EMOTIONS and MOOD. For example, there is convincing evidence demonstrating that simply inhaling the AROMA of an ESSENTIAL OIL is effective for calming nervous or anxious feelings in a variety of settings. The SMELL...
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    However and whenever it happens, digestive discomfort of all sorts is unpleasant, and unwelcome. And when it does happen, all you want is to find some relief. Essential Oils can be a tremendous help for digestive discomfort. That’s what this Class is all about. Soon you’ll have a treasure...
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    There are a number of reasons why people experience bloating and gas. But whatever the cause, it can be embarrassing and uncomfortable, especially if it is occurring regularly. These issues can be caused simply by an excess of air in the stomach, which is swallowed as we eat, or a symptom of an...
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    Many digestive conditions, at one time or another, can cause abdominal discomfort. This can be a short-lived experience that resolves itself, or an ongoing or regular occurrence that requires added support from natural therapies, lifestyle changes, or pharmaceuticals. Mild diarrhea or...
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    Most everyone is familiar with the phenomenon of an UPSET STOMACH. Usually, this just occurs on an occasional basis, and can be the body’s response to stress, bacterial infection (for example, while traveling), an immune response to illness and environmental threats, food poisoning or ingestion...
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    MILD HEARTBURN is a feeling of burning discomfort in the chest and is caused by the regurgitation of gastric acid from the stomach into the esophagus. It usually happens after eating certain foods or meals and can feel worse when lying down or bending over. If the ring of muscle at the bottom...
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    FOOD INTOLERANCE is a growing issue in Western society today, as there appear to be foods that our bodies simply can’t handle and don’t know how to digest. Food additives, salicylates, toxins, and irritants contained within foods can all upset the body’s delicate digestive balance and cause...
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    Bacteria in our gut not only keep our intestines healthy, but are very important to the functioning of the immune system and our general health and wellbeing.   Trillions of bacteria live within the gut and they have multiple functions. They help to produce micronutrients, like vitamins and...
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    Many factors can cause NAUSEA AND VOMITING, which are common symptoms that can occur in both adults and children. Both sensations are particularly unpleasant to anyone experiencing them. Nausea can be brought on by emotional stress, mild food poisoning, intense pain, indigestion, viruses,...
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    SLUGGISH DIGESTION can lead to constipation, which is a delayed emptying of the bowel so that stools become hard and dry and difficult to pass. This can cause abdominal discomfort and a buildup of gas, which can also bring on abdominal cramping.   With sluggish digestion, too much water may be...
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    The definition of a gut or intestinal PARASITE is an organism that lives in or on another organism and takes its nourishment from the host’s gastrointestinal tract.    These parasites require a functioning human gut to survive and can enter the body via contaminated food such as undercooked meat,...
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    What’s the point of stomach acids? Stomach acids are responsible for killing bugs that we are exposed to in our food and our environment. But many people have an imbalanced acidic environment, where there is an over-production of stomach acid—or not enough. Both situations can become risk...
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    As we all know, traveling can cause many changes that affect the digestive system and immune system. Stress, inactivity while flying, exposure to environmental threats, dietary changes, lack of safe drinking water, tiredness, or just a break in the daily routine your body is used to, can all...
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    Problems with the digestive system can cause the body to regulate weight differently, and it can be difficult to maintain a steady, healthy weight. If mild diarrhea occurs frequently, or if nutrients are not able to be absorbed sufficiently, WEIGHT LOSS can occur. On the other hand, bacterial...
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    There is much research and published material today about the effect of gut or digestive health on the brain. Indeed, it is common to hear the gut described as our “second brain.” The GUT-BRAIN CONNECTION simply means that the gut and brain are closely linked and that one can affect the other....
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    A clinical study showed that human emotions really are affected by gut bacteria. There is an intricate connection between our emotions and what is happening in our physical body and, in particular, a deep relationship between our emotions and thoughts—both conscious and unconscious—and our...
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