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GIVEAWAY: doTERRA DigestZen Essential Oil! -CLOSED-

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This month I got to try out the DigestZen Essential Oil.  I immediately loved it because of the fennel smell!  I put a few drops in a glass of water and easily drank it down.  It felt really good and soothing right away.  I drank it after I had a HUGE meal so it felt needed. :)  I'm also happy to have in my home a natural way to relieve heartburn and stomachaches.  I didn't get food poisoning this month or any kind of nausea, but now when I do I will have something to try to settle my stomach. :)

Here is some more information on DigestZen: 

Many essential oils have been recognized through research as powerful agents to help restore normal balance in the digestive system. DigestZen™ takes advantage of these well-established therapeutic compounds in a proprietary blend of pure essential oils. Ginger, peppermint, tarragon, fennel, caraway, coriander and anise each have specific attributes which add to the overall efficacy of this potent blend. When used internally, dōTERRA®’s DigestZen brings soothing digestive relief. For aromatic, topical, or dietary use.


A few of the many uses for DigestZen™

Heartburn: Add one drop of oil to rice or almond milk and drink

Bloating and cramps: Flavor water with 5 drops and drink

Diarrhea and other digestive issues: Apply topically on the abdomen or take internally by placing 1-2 drops in an empty capsule and swallowing.

Congestion: Diffusing into the air with our Lotus Diffuser can help clear up mucus.

Food poisoning: Add 6 drops to 8oz of water. Swish around in the mouth, and swallow. Place 1-2 drops in an empty capsule, and swallow.

Helps with Abdominal Cramps, Bloating, Constipation, Diarrhea, Digestive Problems, Food Allergies, Food Poisoning, Heartburn, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Nausea, Salmonella, and Stomachaches.

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