Cramp Relief - Essential Oil Blends

Cramp Relief - Essential Oil Blends

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One of the prevalent gynaecological issues that many females experience is menstrual cramping. Countless women experiment with various remedies and pain relief solutions to alleviate this discomfort. However, the next time those painful cramps strike, consider reaching for Cramp Relief, an essential oil blend designed for this purpose. Here's how to use it effectively:

  1. Dilution: Essential oils should never be applied directly to the skin. Dilute Cramp Relief by mixing it with a carrier oil, such as coconut, almond, or jojoba oil. The typical ratio is about 2-3 drops of Cramp Relief per tablespoon of carrier oil, but you can adjust the strength based on your preference and skin sensitivity.
  2. Application: Gently massage the diluted Cramp Relief blend onto your lower abdomen and lower back, where you typically experience cramps. Use slow, circular motions for a soothing effect.
  3. Timing: Start using Cramp Relief when you first notice cramping symptoms or as directed by your healthcare provider. You can reapply as needed, but be mindful not to overuse it.
  4. Consistency: For best results, maintain a consistent application schedule throughout your menstrual cycle.

By following these dilution and application instructions, you can maximize the benefits of Cramp Relief essential oil and safely find relief from those bothersome cramps.

Only the 10ml bottles come in a presentation box with instruction leaflet included.


The blend can be applied to the base of the feet and the nape of the neck. It can also be inhaled. Always dilute before use.

Never use pure oils on the skin without diluting, never use internally, keep away from children and eyes, always check if there are any medical issues which could cause a problem. Seek help if you have any doubts.

Important Note: The information provided is for educational purposes only.


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