Acid Reflux is a painful condition where the acid produced in the stomach goes back to the esophagus. It is experienced as a burning sensation below your breastbone and results in a number of symptoms, for instance, bloating, difficulty swallowing, and indigestion.
In addition, acid reflux is caused by various factors, for instance, lying down after eating a large meal, alcohol, eating acidic foods, pregnancy, and a leaky gut.
The good news is that it is possible to relieve acid reflux with the help of a few essential oils. These oils come from plants and are extracted through a distillation process. Essential oils have been used for therapeutic and healing purposes for centuries.
How to use Essential Oils for Acid Reflux:
As a tea, ginger is often used to treat upset stomachs. Drinking a hot cup of water with 2–4 drops of ginger essential oil about 20 minutes before a meal should help to prevent indigestion from acid reflux. Peppermint essential oil: Peppermint is great for soothing digestive issues.
Eucalyptus essential oil: This essential oil contains most of the properties of a typical volatile oil. It is obtained from the fresh leaves of the eucalyptus tree.
Process: Mix all the ingredients together. Directions: Rub the mixture over the chest and lower neck area and massage the area for a few minutes.
Lemon essential oil: Lemon essential oil helps in the temporary excretion of digestive acids, which alleviates heartburn. The oil also has some antibacterial properties which fight off H.pylori bacteria in the stomach and in the digestive tract as well. Lemon is great for cleansing the stomach and detoxifying.
– A glass of water (8 ounces)
– 1 drop of lemon essential oil
Process: Put the drop of essential oil into the glass of water.
Directions: Drink this mixture throughout your day for optimal stomach functionality especially before and during meals. If you would like more in depth consultation on how to improve acid reflux naturally with essential oils please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact