'Cause Menstrual Pain Matters – Zongle Therapeutics

'Cause Menstrual Pain Matters

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Welcome back to the wellness feed! 

We have discussed menstrual cramps before! We’ve talked about the pain that it is associated with; it and we’ve even discussed what it feels like to have your first period. With all that, our suggestions mostly have been to make your own comforting and soothing essential oil blend that you can use in aromatherapy massage to ease that pain. Little have we talked about is the list of essential oils individually that can help in alleviating the pain. 

Let’s be honest! The harsh truth is, neither all of us have all the oils available 24/7 nor can everyone afford all of them at once. So, what shall we do? Wait until we save enough to get all the essential oils required to make that perfect cramp-busting blend or just leave the idea altogether and bear the pain? 

Well, my friend, we won’t let you down with this concern or leave you in pain. If you are tired of cramps but the long list of oils makes you gnaw then pick any one of the below listed essential oils and say bye to these uncomfortable uterine contractions for the time being. Just take a few drops of your favorite essential oil or one that’s available from the ones listed below and massage it onto your lower abdomen to help reduce menstrual pain and inflammation. 

'Cause Menstrual Pain Matters

  • Lavender (Reduces pain & discomfort) 
  • Clary Sage (Soothes & calms an overactive mind by restoring emotional balance) 
  • Fennel (May reduce bloating caused during periods & helps in halting period pangs) 
  • Geranium (Relieves stress & uplifts your mood) 
  • Peppermint (Due to its cooling properties may reduce feelings of nausea) 
  • Bergamot (Alleviates stress and anxiety) 
  • Cinnamon (Reduces inflammation in the body) 


  • Always do a patch test on a small area to know if you are sensitive to any of the oils individually or in combination and then apply to the area affected e.g., lower abdomen in this case 
  • Essential oils must always be diluted before usage. Most used carrier oils are Almond Oil, Coconut oil, Argan Oil, and Extra virgin Olive oil 
  • Intake of hot beverages can promote circulation and ease congestion in the pelvic region during periods 
  • If you are nursing, it is better to consult your doctor before using any essential oils

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