This anti-inflammatory blend is perfect to support your liver whether it’s processing the excess pollen of the season or going about its business as one of the hardest-working organs in your body!
DeAnna finds that a foursome of oils is just enough chemistry to be dynamic, but simple enough that it doesn’t get too muddled. This blend brings on a wet and cooling effect on the liver and can also provide support to the kidneys.
To prepare this or other future blends, you may want to invest in a glass graduated cylinder. They’re easily purchased at our retail store. You’ll also want a 10 milliliter container to put your blend into. These small vials with dropper caps are available at most herbal shops.
This recipe makes a 10 ml blend, or roughly 200 drops of oil.
3 ml Gingergrass
4 ml Lavandin
2 ml Rose Geranium
1 ml Roman Chamomile
Note: Make sure you purchase high-grade essential oils that list the plant’s scientific name, not fragrance oils used only for scent diffusers.
Pour Gingergrass oil carefully into your graduated cylinder up to the 3 ml mark. Add Lavandin next until you reach the 7 ml mark. Now add Rose Geranium until you reach 9 ml. Finally, add Roman Chamomile until you have 10 ml. Pour this blend into your small glass container carefully and cap it. Be sure to label the vial!
Usage: Twice a day, rub 6 drops on your skin on the right hand side just under your ribcage. If you’ve been indulging in summer treats or libations, you may use up to 10 drops twice a day.
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