distilled water, vegetable glycerin, sunflower oil, apricot oil, beeswax, potassium sorbate, xanthan gum, irish moss, salt, natural vitamin e, neem seed oil, lavender essential oil, roman chamomile essential oil, rose otto essential oil, tea tree essential oil, ylang ylang essential oil
Women of all ages can have this problem when hormones are fluctuating.
This is a safe and effective solution that works great!
Can be easily incorporated into your intimate times.
One client says it saved her marriage.
Only need a couple drops!!
Safe for use with condoms—yes we tried it. Put the Moisture Helper on the condoms. Blew them up wet and after it had dried.
**These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.
See blog post: Do Essential Oils Have Antiviral, Antibacterial Properties? for study links.
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If you are having a few problems; we urge you to drink herbal tea. Our Splendid Women's Tea is perfect to help get those annoying symptoms under control.
If you are have serious or severe symptoms; order our Women's Tonic. After a few months your symptoms should be under control. Serious underlying internal problems will take longer to get under control. Diet and exercise is vitally important as well.
Now you need to look at the chemicals you are putting on your skin and into your body. Chemicals from your body will transfer to your baby–potentially causing health problems.
Many books on aromatherapy have cautions about essential oils when you are pregnant. (This is called "covering your butt").
I have wondered about this for the 15 years I have been working with essential oils; then, I discovered a book written by Robert Tisserand, of the Tisserand Institute. He is sometimes referred to as the "Father of Aromatherapy".
This is in the Introduction section; RISKS IN PREGNANCY: A thorough search of the literature has not revealed any cases of unwanted abortion resulting from the use of essential oils. In fact most attempts by women to use essential oils to cause abortion have proven unsuccessful...
It is the oral administration of essential oils that should be avoided in pregnancy.
Small amounts of essential oils are not harmful; they are helpful.
Go to the Ingredients page to find out what is in our natural, toxin-free products.
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