Essential Oils that help in the digestive system

by Veda Oils Vedaoils

Essential oil is made from natural extracts retrieved from roots and plants. They have a peculiar essence and have many medicinal properties. There are some essential oils that also aide our digestive process. We will discuss such essentials oils in this article.

Healthy guts are the key to proper digestion and health and these essential oils play an important role in maintaining and improving your gut health. If you have any digestive disorder then you can use these oils to get rid of them.

Some of the essential oils can be taken internally whereas some of them can only be applied to the external parts of your body. These are the best essential oils that can improve your digestion:

Ginger essential oil

Ginger has been the cure for digestive disorders and ailments for centuries in Indian households. However, its essential oil also provides relief from nausea, constipation and other gastrointestinal issues.

If you are suffering from constipation then you can simply apply the ginger essential oil over the abdomen region and it will provide instant relief.

You can also inhale or take this oil internally for different digestive ailments. However, while using them topically you must ensure that you mix it well with a carrier oil because it might cause a burning sensation if you apply it in its concentrated form.

Ginger essential oil proves to be helpful for people suffering from gastritis, indigestion, vomiting, bloating, acid reflux, etc.

Cardamom essential oil

This oil works wonders if you are going through stomach aches, cramps, and inflammation. It ensures that your digestive issues get resolved by restoring the healthy flow of gastric juices in your body.

It also provides instant relief from irritable bowel syndrome, gastritis, and also soothes the conditions caused due to bad breath.

You can also mix it with ginger oil or peppermint oil to curb the symptoms and inconvenience caused due to nausea.

Cardamom oil does not have to be diluted if you are using it topically. You can also use it internally but do not forget to check the bottle first to ensure that the oil is safe for ingestion.

Coriander essential oil

Coriander essential oil proves to help reduce symptoms of spasmodic abdominal pain, flatulence, upset tummy, etc. It also has a stress-reducing effect on us which helps us to fend off these disorders efficiently.

You can inhale this oil or you can also apply it topically or ingest internally. Also, you don't have to mix it with a carrier oil for topical use.

Peppermint essential oil

Peppermint essential oil provides instant relief from diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, and flatulence. It also can be used if you are suffering from abdominal pain or irritable bowel syndrome.

Some medicinal companies do produce Peppermint essential oil that can be taken internally but most of them need to be applied topically by mixing it with a carrier oil. Coconut oil proves to be a perfect carrier oil for Peppermint oil.

Fennel essential oil

Fennel essential oil is extracted from the fennel seeds and they have several medicinal properties that heal digestive disorders and issues. They provide relief if your intestine is infected by parasites or bacteria. It has excellent antispasmodic properties that cure IBS.

Ensure that the Fennel essential oil that you are using is safe for ingestion by checking the bottle’s label. Also, do not forget to combine it with carrier oil while applying topically. For using it aromatically, you can add a couple of drops of this oil in the diffuser.

These are some of the best essential oils when it comes to digestive disorders and ailments. Some other essential oils like Clove oil, Thyme oil, Oregano essential oil, etc. also prove to help fight digestive disorders.

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