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Essential Oils: Part 2: Fertility

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I was overwhelmed with the positive response from my last post on Essential Oils. Lots of emails came in asking about using Essential Oils as well as lots of great testimonies. There were many questions related to what we use for fertility, so today I’m sharing on that topic. These not only apply to fertility, but general mens and womens health as well. Just a reminder: I’m not a doctor – I’m recommending these oils based on discussions I have had with two different midwives and based on my own research. The benefits I have listed below just skim the surface, but I wanted to keep this as brief as possible, so I highly recommend doing more research. Again, if you have questions about the oils, how to order them, or want to learn more please let me know! There is going to be a call in a few weeks to go over the starter kit and I would love for you to join!!

Female Oils

Young Living Essential Oils for Female Fertility

Progessence Plus

  • Progessence Plus helps regulate your hormones, specifically progesterone.
  • ***If you are a female I recommend this oil, regardless if you are desiring to get pregnant or not. It is an all natural hormone balancer and can be used anytime during the cycle.***
  • Other benefits: Decrease in symptoms of menopause and PMS, fertility, endometriosis, fatigue, PCOS, and all other issues that come along with hormonal imbalances. 
  • Ingredients: Frankincense, Cedarwood, Bergamot, Peppermint, and Rosewood.
  • Application: Apply 1-2 drops 2x a day both to your neck and forearm.

Ylang Ylang

  • Ylang Ylang energizes the reproductive organs and supports the endocrine system
  • Other benefits: Promote calmness, relieve anger, tension, and nervousness
  • Ingredients: Ylang Ylang
  • Application: Apply 1-2 drops 2x a day both to your neck and forearm.

Clary Sage

  • Clary Sage stimulates the pituitary gland.
  • Other benefits: Supports attitude during PMS and helps with menopause, regulates the menstrual cycle and estrogen, helps with hair loss.
  • Ingredients: Clary Sage
  • Application: Apply 2 drops 2x a day to forearm or take by capsule

Endoflex

  • I have not purchased this oil yet, but will be ordering this soon
  • Endoflex regulates the thyroid
  • Other benefits: Supports endocrine function, improves adrenal glands, helps pineal and pituitary gland, increases metabolism
  • Ingredients: Spearmint, Sage, Geranium, Myrtle, Nutmeg, German Chamomile
  • Application: 1-2 drops 2x a day on the base of the rib cage on back

Male Oils

Young Living Essential Oils for Male Fertility

Mister

  • Balances the male hormone as well as regulates prostate function.
  • Other benefits: Soothes when stressed
  • Ingredients: Sage, Fennel, Lavender, Myrtle, Peppermint, and blue yarrow
  • Application: Apply 8 drops 2x a day to forearm. Can also apply to top of ankles.

Idaho Blue Spruce

  • Idaho Blue Spruce increases and balances testosterone levels.
  • **Dr. Purser reported that after two weeks of taking eight drops of Idaho Blue Spruce once a day in a capsule have been shown to increase testosterone by 30% in 2 weeks.**
  • Other benefits : Reduce muscle pain, Heals pineal glands, releasing emotional blocks
  • Ingredients: Idaho Blue Spruce
  • Application: Take 8 drops 1x a day in a capsule. Can also be applied to ankles.

Clary Sage

  • Clary Sage stimulates the pituitary gland.
  • Other benefits: Helps regulate hormones
  • Ingredients: 100% Clary Sage
  • Application: Apply 2 drops 2x a day to forearm or take by capsule

Endoflex

  • I have not purchased this oil yet, but will be ordering this soon
  • Endoflex regulates the thyroid
  • Other benefits: Supports endocrine function, improves adrenal glands, helps pineal and pituitary gland, increases metabolism
  • Ingredients: Spearmint, Sage, Geranium, Myrtle, Nutmeg, German Chamomile
  • Application: 1-2 drops 2x a day on the base of the rib cage on back
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28 Comments
  • Shannon
    Posted at 06:03h, 30 July Reply

    Thanks for sharing this! I have recently become more curious about using essential oils for different things and this was very informative. How do they smell and what’s your favorite one?

  • Rebecca
    Posted at 07:01h, 30 July Reply

    Thanks for sharing this lady! I love how essential oils have helped me SO much on my journey with fighting Advanced Stage Lyme Disease and Cancer! While I am definitely using an integrative approach I am confident that the oils I am using have decreased certain symptoms and have helped me stay off of some medications (that would be treating those symptoms). So glad to hear that they have helped you too!! HUGS friend!
    🙂 Rebecca

  • Elena
    Posted at 07:05h, 30 July Reply

    Thank you for sharing this!! Heard so much about oils, but this is really good info! Might have to look into these!

  • Mel @ there is a higher hope
    Posted at 08:53h, 30 July Reply

    I have a friend that swears be essential oils! I’ve not yet tried them, but have been tempted to. One of these days, I’m going to break down and get some!!

  • Sheryl
    Posted at 09:11h, 30 July Reply

    Thank you for such a great and informative post.

  • Suzanne
    Posted at 09:39h, 30 July Reply

    I LOVE Clary Sage. I use it every night before bed. I think I’m going to try the Ylang Ylang…that sounds right up my alley! 😉

  • Mia @ MakeMeUpMia
    Posted at 09:44h, 30 July Reply

    Very interesting & informative Caroline, thank you for sharing!

  • Emily @ EatLoveProcreate
    Posted at 11:02h, 30 July Reply

    All of this oil stuff fascinates me and smells so yummy. Wish I had some money to invest into some more stuff, but I have a couple go to’s that I love. I really believe in the calming powers of lavender for anxiety and also eucalyptus oil for respiratory clearing & alertness. Just so happens that eucalyptus oil works great to carry with you on planes too, if you get stuck next to a stinky person, just take a big whiff! lol

  • Kelli {A Deeper Joy}
    Posted at 11:10h, 30 July Reply

    This is wonderful information Caroline! Thank you for posting! I can’t wait to get to more posts about specific oils. This is awesome!

  • Tiffany (A Touch of Grace)
    Posted at 11:42h, 30 July Reply

    So funny you and Kelli both posted about EO today! I’m actually interested in Progessence Plus. I have PCOS and a girlfriend of mine just found out she has endometroisis. I wonder how beneficial this would be for both.

  • Kara
    Posted at 11:49h, 30 July Reply

    SO interesting! Thanks for sharing! This was fun to read!

  • Megan Davis
    Posted at 12:21h, 30 July Reply

    Thanks for the info. I have not tried Ylang Ylang yet but am excited to try it out!

  • Susannah
    Posted at 13:07h, 30 July Reply

    Posts like this really make me want to learn more about essential oils! There are SO MANY amazing benefits!

  • Meg
    Posted at 16:58h, 30 July Reply

    yay for essential oils!! ylang ylang is my newest favorite oil, i love the smell!

  • Melina
    Posted at 10:06h, 31 July Reply

    I’m on Gonal F right now and soon to do my second IUI where can I get these oils asap?

  • Jessah
    Posted at 11:38h, 31 July Reply

    I love essential oils! Thanks for sharing this information.

  • Jennifer | The Deliberate Mom
    Posted at 12:25h, 31 July Reply

    I love essential oils… their benefits and uses are so fascinating!

    I love ylang ylang… such an awesome smell.

    Thanks for sharing (and for linking up to the #SHINEbloghop).

    Wishing you a lovely day.
    xoxo

  • Carmela
    Posted at 15:41h, 31 July Reply

    Thanks for sharing this info. I’m curious about trying the oils.

  • Amanda
    Posted at 16:23h, 31 July Reply

    I’ve heard a lot about essential oils, but I didn’t know there were some for regulating hormones. Interesting!

  • jennifer prod
    Posted at 17:49h, 31 July Reply

    you know i’m one of those people that was eagerly awaiting this post, so thank you! will definitely look into getting the female ones <3

  • Lo
    Posted at 12:13h, 20 September Reply

    Do you know if the Idaho Blue Spruce can be taken without the capsules? A friend mentioned that he puts his directly under his tongue.

    Thanks for sharing all of this. We sorta took the summer off from being obsessive with TTC, but we are back in the game now, and ready to get us a baby.

  • Cindy Hasko
    Posted at 01:08h, 31 January Reply

    Good to know. I am really enjoying learning about all of the oils.

  • Susan
    Posted at 14:50h, 07 May Reply

    Can you use progesterone plus if you are on clomid. Daughter has been trying for 1& halfyrs.to conceive. Also using Clara sage, Endoflex and Yalang Yalang.

  • Amanda
    Posted at 10:46h, 08 August Reply

    Caroline,
    Where do you purchase you’re essential oils? I’ve been thinking about getting more into them, but haven’t quite done the research.

  • Kimberly Johnston
    Posted at 11:20h, 20 August Reply

    Do you dilute with a carrier oil?

  • Kristen
    Posted at 15:30h, 25 August Reply

    Hi… I don’t have the progessence oil on hand but do have frankincense and peppermint (two of the ingredients). Could I use those in place? If so how should I apply them? Thanks

    • Mary
      Posted at 18:12h, 01 November Reply

      Hi! Peppermint and frankincense may or may not help. The reason being, the essential oils aren’t the key ingredient to Progessence Plus, progesterone derived from wild yams is what makes Progessence Plus what it is. The essential oils in the blend, as well as coconut oil and vitamin E oil, are there to help with absorption of the progesterone. The oils of course still give their benefits, but they aren’t in this oil for the purpose of hormonal balance.

  • Trina
    Posted at 12:57h, 19 October Reply

    Have you heard or know anything about Radiant Womb essential oil?

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