Take Solace…”that” time of the month!

New doTERRA Essential Oil Product

Solace Essential Oil Blend

MONTHLY ESSENTIAL OIL BLEND

dōTERRA Women Solace is a proprietary blend of Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade®essential oils that have been traditionally used to balance hormones and manage symptoms of PMS and the transitional phases of menopause.

Solace is a topical blend of clary sage, lavender, bergamot, Roman chamomile, cedarwood, ylang ylang, geranium, fennel, carrot seed, palmarosa and vitex that provides temporary respite from cramps, nausea, hot flashes, and the emotional swings sometimes associated with regular hormone cycles in women.

Primary Benefits

• Provides temporary ease from cramps, nausea, hot flashes, and the emotional swings sometimes associated with regular hormone cycles in women*
• Supports healthy hormone levels in women

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What Makes This Product Unique?

• Proprietary blend of 11 Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade essential oils including clary sage, lavender, bergamot, Roman chamomile, cedarwood, ylang ylang, geranium, fennel, carrot seed, palmarosa, and vitex
• Packaged in a convenient 10 ml roll on

Ingredient Breakdown

Clary Sage = Helps ease muscle tension, mood lifting, hormone balancing

Lavender = Calming, supports normal hormone levels

Bergamot = Emotionally uplifting, helps ease muscle tension

Roman chamomile = Esters are relaxing and help ease muscle tension

Cedarwood =  Himachalene supports normal hormone level

Ylang ylang = Helps with stress, phytoestrogenic

Geranium = Helps balance endocrine system, calming, phytoestrogenic

Fennel = Trans anethole supports estrogen production and lactation

Carrot seed = Helps support healthy endocrine activity

Palmarosa = Soothing to the body, supports healthy thyroid levels

Vitex (chaste berry) = Considered bio-identical to phytoestrogens, anti-spasmotic

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Who Should Use this Product?
dōTERRA Women Solace™ monthly essential oil blend for women can be safely used by  women of all ages for temporary physical and emotional support of uncomfortable  symptoms associated with PMS and transition through menopause.

Directions for Use
Apply topically to abdomen, chest, or back of neck throughout the day for symptoms associated with PMS and transition through menopause. May also be used aromatically by applying a small amount of product to hands, cupping hands near face, and inhaling deeply.

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Consultant price: $24.50

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Balancing, Uplifting, Refreshing Geranium!

Geranium Essential Oil
Pelargonium graveolens

Geranium offers outstanding benefits for soothing skin and is a common ingredient in many skin care products. Also useful for joint support and tempering minor aches and pains, geranium’s calming effects make it a popular choice for many essential oil users.

Geranium is an aromatic, perennial, hairy plant with serrated leaves and flowers varying from light pink through to deep rose, magenta or red. Geranium essential oil is obtained by steam distillation from the flowers, leaves, and stalks.
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 It is sometimes described as resembling Rose oil, though a sensitive nose would never confuse the two. It mixes well with Bergamot, Basil, Rosemary, Rose, Wild Orange, Sandalwood, Lemon, Patchouli and Lavender.

Geranium is composed of several potent constituents offering outstanding benefits and a history of traditional uses. It has been used to soothe inflammation and irritated skin. It is a common ingredient in many skin care products due to its healing nature. Geranium is a superb choice for ache, bruises and even burns. Due to its analgesic characteristics it is often used as a topical agent for individuals suffering with arthritis or rheumatism. Geranium stimulates the immune system, aids in poor circulation, is anti-mucolytic, uplifting to the mood and its calming effect on the nervous system is pronounced.

Properties: Anticonvulsant, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antidepressant, astringent, antiseptic, insect repellent, diuretic, sedative, refreshing, relaxing and tonic.

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Historical Uses: Geranium essential oil has been used historically for hemorrhoids, dysentery, heavy menstrual flow, inflammation, and possibly even cancer. It has also been historically recorded to help with tumors, bone fractures and wounds.

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Possible Uses: doTERRA’s Geranium essential oil may help with bleeding, acne, circulatory problems, burns, digestion, depression, hormonal imbalance, eczema, kidney stones, insomnia, menstrual problems, regenerating tissues and nerves, neuralgia, ringworm, balances pancreas, sores, shingles, wounds and sore throat.

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Aromatic Guide: When diffused, it may help release negative memories and take us back to more joyful, peaceful moments. May help ease stress and nervous tension. It may lift the spirit and foster peace, well being and hope.

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Application:

  • Topically – Can be applied neat when applied directly to the skin. Can be applied to area of concern or on the body’s reflex points.
  • Aromatically – Diffuse.
  • Internally – FDA has categorized geranium as GRAS for human consumption. Take internally with gel caps or with honey or a type of beverage.
Geranium has been reported to reduce the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome and candidiasis (single-celled fungus). Improves immune system and is helpful as a stimulant for both lymphatic and circulatory systems.
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Geranium is a great balancer, due to it being an adrenal cortex stimulant, and helps regulate moods. Great for women having trouble getting pregnant and for symptoms of menopause because of its ability to support hormone balance. It is one of the most useful essential oils to help eliminate cellulite. Geranium is often included in lymphatic drainage massage blends.
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Menopause occurs for most women in their late forties and early fifties. Some women are relatively symptom-free, but many suffer from excessively heavy periods, hot flashes, depression and insomnia. Geranium is a hormonal balancer, while Rose tones and cleanses the uterus, and Cypress helps to relieve excessive menstrual flow. These oils can be used in massage, as well as in baths and as hot compresses over the abdomen
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Geranium is effective in working with skin issues: Relieves inflammation, eczema, acne, burns, infected wounds, ringworm, lice, shingles and herpes blisters. Excellent for regeneration of skin cells and great for retarding the development of scar tissue so after burns or deep cuts use Geranium with Lavender to promote healing without scaring; great for our varicose vein blends and relief of broken capillaries.
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Geranium is an insecticide, due to its terpene content, and is a very good mosquito repellent that will only improve the skin as opposed to irritate the surface like OTC repellents.
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Geranium is excellent for dry cough – apply to outside of throat and inhale.
CAUTION: Geranium oil can lower your blood sugar level. Use it (internally) with caution if you have hypoglycemia or low blood sugar.
Great Homemade Blends using Geranium:

Scar Tissue Healing: 4 teaspoons of Fractionated Coconut Oil, Geranium 4 drops, Lavender 4 drops, Patchouli 3 drops, and White Fir 3 drops. Apply over area several times a day.

Hormone Help Inhalant: Geranium 3 drops, Rose 1 drop, and Fractionated Coconut 6 drops. Mix and soak wick in gently mixed solution and put in inhaler (purchase from aromatools.com).

Quick-Fix Anxiety Inhalant: Geranium 2 drops, Myrrh 2 drops, Ylang Ylang 2 drops, Frankincense 3 drops, and Vetiver 1 drop.

Menopause-Balancing Bath: Geranium 2 drops, Roman Chamomile 2 drops, Clary Sage 2 drops, Coriander 1 drop into 1⁄2 cup Epsom salts in bottom of dry bathtub. Add very hot water, stir until dissolved and then make comfortable to soak and inhale.

Cramp Relief Bath: Geranium oil 3 drops, Marjoram 2 drops, Ylang, Ylang 2 drops, Coriander 1 drop, and Rose 1 drop.

Cycle-Regulating Bath: Geranium 3 drops, Clary Sage 2 drops, Coriander 1 drop, Marjoram 1.

Varicose vein Bath: Geranium 2 drops, Cypress 2 drops, Lemon 2 drops, and Peppermint 1 drop.

Calming Diffuser Blend: Lavender, Roman Chamomile, Geranium, Clary Sage, and Ylang Ylang .

Cool Flash Spray: 8 ounces of distilled water, Geranium 2 drops, Clary Sage 2 drops, Patchouli 1 drop, and Peppermint 1 drop. Put the 1⁄4 teaspoon of Epsom salts in the spray bottle; add oils and then water, screw on spritzer (aromatools.com). Spritz yourself when you feel a hot flash coming on.

Cool-Down Compress Blend: Geranium 3 drops, Patchouli 3 drops, Wild Orange 4 drops, Roman Chamomile 6 drops, Clary Sage 6 drops, and Lavender 4 drops. Add 2 drops of the essential oils to a small glass bottle with 1⁄4 teaspoon of Epsom salts, then add 1 quart of cool water. Gently shake and soak a clean cloth in the water and apply it to your face, forehead, wrists, and back of your neck or other areas of your body (even soak your feet in water) to prevent or cool down hot flashes. Keep compress away from your eyes – will smart.

Cramp Soothing Compress: Geranium, Roman Chamomile, Helichrysum, Marjoram and Basil – 1 drop each—apply to abdomen.

Flow Minimizing Oil: Coconut oil 2 ounces, Geranium 4 drops, Cypress 6 drops, Frankincense 3 drops, Lime 1 drop. Shake gently and massage the blend frequently over your abdomen and low back, beginning if possible, before the onset of your period.

Energizing Body Oil Blend: 2 ounces of Fractionated Coconut Oil, Geranium 3 drops, Lemon 3 drops, Rosemary 3 drops, and Patchouli 1 drop.


Stimulating Blend that also increases Mental Clarity: Rosemary 10 drops, Lemon 10 drops, Geranium 10 drops, Coriander 5 drops, White Fir 4 drops, Clove 5 drops, and Basil 5 drops.


For Relief of a Restless and Distracted State of Mind: Geranium 2 drops and Frankincense 3 drops.

Massage blends 
(remember to drink lots of water when detoxifying and deep cleansing with dōTERRA CPTG Essential oils): mix in to 4 Teaspoons of Fractionated Coconut Oil.
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Detoxifying and stimulating:
Geranium 6 drops, Lemon 5 drops, and Peppermint 3 drops. OR
Geranium 4 drops, Rosemary 4 drops, and Patchouli 3 drops
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Calming and Relaxing Massage Blends:
Geranium 3 drops, Wild Orange 5 drops, and Ylang Ylang 3 drops OR Geranium 2 drops, Lavender 5 drops, and Wild Orange 4 drops OR
Geranium 2 drops, White Fir 3 drops, Lavender 4 drops
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Immune-Boosting Massage oil:
Fractionated Coconut Oil 4 teaspoons, Geranium 4 drops, Wild Orange 4 drops, Lemon 2 drops, White Fir 2 drops, Frankincense 2 drops, and Myrrh 1 drop.
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Sore Throat Massage Oil:
Fractionated Coconut Oil 4 teaspoons, Geranium 3 drops, Eucalyptus 2 drops, Lavender 2 drops, Thyme 1 drop. Gently massage the mixture over your neck and throat to soothe throat and swollen glands.
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Candida Immune-Boosting Body Oil: 
4 Ounces of Coconut Oil, Geranium 4 drops, White Fir 6 drops, Frankincense 3 drops, Thyme 3 drops, Patchouli 2 drops, and Melaleuca 3 drops. Massage into skin several times a day – apply to bottoms of feet in the evening and put on thick cotton socks.
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Amazing Benefits of Coriander

Doterra Essential Oil

Coriander Essential Oil
Coriandrum sativum

Popular across many cultures for various uses, Coriander essential oil is extracted from the seed of the coriander plant. Coriander’s healthful therapeutic benefits, which can be attributed to its extremely high linalool content, range from digestive support to supporting a healthy insulin response.

For aromatic, topical, or internal use.

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Historical Uses: Chinese culture has used coriander for piles, dysentery, nausea, toothache, measles and painful hernias.

The Chinese incorporated Coriander into their medical practice as long ago as 207 B.C.E. and believed that Coriander could bestow IMMORTALITY.

In India, Coriander was a remedy for constipation and insomnia, as well as for easing the pain of childbirth. Women consumed the seeds regularly to promote fertility. During the Elizabethan era, candy coated coriander seeds were served as a sweet after meals and to guard against gas. Coriander is also a natural deodorant

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Possible Uses: Coriander essential oil may  help with arthritis, anorexia, colic, colds, digestive spasms, diarrhea, flatulence, dyspepsia, gout, flu, general infections, migraine, measles, nausea, muscular aches and pains, neuralgia, nervous exhaustion, poor circulation, piles, rheumatism, oily skin and stiffness. It may help control pain related to menstruation.

Many individuals who have been diagnosed with diabetes benefit from ingesting Coriander on a regular basis. Patients have reported when acute stress or sustained tension starts a high ―sugar‖ response – applying Coriander directly over Pancreas and Stomach mitigates the symptoms (profuse sweating, dizziness, disorientation, etc.) almost immediately.

Coriander is a circulatory stimulant and encourages the release of toxins from the body, thereby improving conditions such as arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, gout, rheumatism and a sluggish lymph system.

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Properties: analgesic, antibacterial, anti-depressive, antifungal, anti-infectious, anti-inflammatory (topical application) antioxidant, anti-rheumatic, antispasmodic, stimulant (cardiac, circulatory, nervous systems)

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Mental Benefits: Can provide a calming influence to those suffering from shock or fear when diffused into the area. Can be stimulating to those who are suffering from low energy when diffused. Comforts the intellect and uplifts the mind benefiting those who are both worried and emotionally bereft.

It improves memory and mental functions. It promotes Happiness and Joy by reducing worry. This is considered a protective oil and helps to increase feelings of spontaneity and passion and seeks to achieve stability without denying Joy. Coriander seed oil is ideally suited, therefore, to complex, creative individuals who find it difficult to cope with predictability and routine.

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How to use:

  • Topically – Can be applied neat to skin at reflex points and/or directly to area of concern.
  • Aromatically – Diffuse.
  • Internally – Categorized as GRAS for human consumption by the FDA.

The aroma is soothing to some and may be used for its soothing properties by diffusion. Consider as a rotation oil used with other oils to add variety for not only the aromatic benefit but the antibacterial properties as well.

It may be applied directly (neat) for help with muscle pain or for rheumatism and directly on the abdomen or back for digestive difficulties. For digestive difficulties, it may be taken internally mixed with water or other liquids with honey or agave added to sweeten the taste.

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I can see Clary now, the rain is gone… with Clary Sage!

DoTerra Essential Oil…

Clary Sage Essential Oil
Salvia sclarea

Known for its uplifting and mood-lightening attributes, clary sage is also widely used by women to soothe monthly discomfort associated with their menstrual cycles*. It was also studied by noted expert Robert Tisserand for its mood-enhancing properties during massage. For aromatic, topical, or dietary use.

An especially inviting, softly floral and sweet oil! Clary Sage can have a deeply soothing effect on nervous tension in both men and women. A stimulating, regenerative and revitalizing oil excellent for treating nervousness, weakness, fear and depression.

It has a balancing effect on hormones!

Traditionally Clary Sage has been added to Geranium essential oil to help regulate and relieve female complaints associated with hormonal imbalance, such as irregular menses, menopausal symptoms, headache, nausea and depression.

Clary Sage promotes healthy circulation and is helpful in balancing circulatory conditions like high blood pressure and varicose veins.

Properties: Antifungal, antiseptic, anticonvulsant, antispasmodic, astringent, sedative, soothing, and warming.

Historical Uses: Used during the Middle Ages to clear up eye problems and was nicknamed “clear eyes” during the same time.  It was also widely used for skin, digestive and kidney disorders. As well as inflammation, wounds, sore throats and female complaints

Application:

  • Topically – can be applied neat (with no dilution). Apply to reflex points or directly to area of concern.
  • Aromatically – Can be diffused.
  • Internally – Clary Sage is classified as GRAS for human consumption by the FDA. Can be taken with food or water.
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An 8 year study looked at using essential oils during labor, to reduce stress levels, anxiety and pain. High levels of satisfaction among mothers and delivery team were reported for clary sage among other essential oils.  Several ongoing studies are examining relief attributes of clary sage by women to soothe monthly discomfort associated with their menstrual cycles.

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doTERRA Clary Sage; great for PMS and cramps!

Clary sage oil has a mellow, warm, herbal scent that has uplifting, mood-lightening and relaxing attributes.  It also contains natural phytoestrogens, making it a perfect choice for supporting a normal, healthy attitude during PMS, as well as soothing monthly discomfort, associated with menstrual cycles.  It is also supportive for menopausal women.
Lavender may help to relieve muscular tension and Clary Sage may help regulate the menstrual cycle adn improve hormonal balance. Also, adding a few drops of Clary Sage and Lavender can help relieve menstrual cramps and help you to feel relaxed.
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How to use:
Diffuse, or apply topically on ankles, wrists and bottoms of feet.  May also be applied to the back of neck, chest, around the navel or the low back.  May be added to food or rice milk as a dietary supplement, or placed in a capsule for ingestion.
Use in a hot compress to relieve menstrual and intestinal cramps, as well as stomach, liver and gall bladder conditions
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CAUTION: As Clary Sage can make some people feel exceedingly woozy and faint please avoid using it with alcohol, or when driving or needing to focus. Because of its hormonal effects avoid Clary Sage during pregnancy, or when nursing unless under the direct supervision of a qualified professional aromatherapist. Due to its estrogen-like effect it may cause complications with conditions sensitive to estrogen.
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Testimonial:
I gave birth to my third baby a little while ago and it was a wonderful experience. The labor and delivery went wonderful. I used clary sage and lavender during labor, and after birth to relax me, help soothe the contractions. I had my baby in the hospital, and it was so wonderful to have my oils along with me. I definitely believe in the use of modern medicine, but if I can take care of something myself first…by all means I would much rather do it. Especially with something that is natural, has no side effects and is beneficial for my body.
It was so nice, in the middle of the nightwhen I was in pain because my uterus was contracting back down, I didn’t have to call a nurse to give me medication. I could just rub Lavender and Clary sage on my lower abdomen and lower back. The nurses would come in and say, “oh, it smells so good in here.”
It was also quite nice that I could tell my doctor I didn’t need any prescriptions. I went home, enjoyed my baby and didn’t have any of the negative side effects that pain medication usually give me.
One of my favorite things to do following childbirth was to take a bath each night. I would put several drops of Lavender and Clary Sage in the tub. It was just the thing I needed, it was very soothing and relaxing. It helped with the anxiety of having my third baby and dealing with two other active children all day. I know this really helped me to not get the baby blues-doTERRA has helped me in so many ways!
-Nicole Larson
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