80 drops in a 5-ml bottle
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a non-malignant enlargement of the prostate. Living with BPH can be very challenging. Symptoms of BPH may include a frequent need to urinate, trouble starting a urine stream, a weak or dribbling stream, unintentional loss of urine, and/or pain during urination.
If you have been diagnosed with BPH, then this is the best essential oil blend to support you. It supports overall prostate health. Many of our clients have reported an ease in pain and optimized urinary function when using this product.
INGREDIENTS: Therapeutic-grade frankincense, myrrh, orange, sage, peppermint, and geranium essential oils; liquid coconut oil
Liquid coconut oil is used as a carrier oil, because it facilitates the absorption of other oils and provides antiseptic and disinfectant properties.
HOW TO USE: Place 5-10 drops in a coconut oil suppository to then be placed into the colon one to seven nights a week. Best results will be seen by first taking an enema series. (Note: you will need
coconut oil and a suppository tray to make these suppositories in addition to the essential oil blend.)
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"I was having to get up two to three times a night to urinate. I saw this BPH blend in your newsletter, so I thought I'd try it. After 4 nights of using the suppositories, the frequent urination had stopped. Three months later, I still do not wake up at all during the night. I still take 2 suppositories each week. Thank you, Kristina, for this excellent and easy-to-use therapy.
" ~ Joseph J.
How To Make Essential Oil Suppositories
Dee Dee Delkamp, CCT, CNC, of the Optimal Health Center explains the many benefits of using suppositories containing essential oils and demonstrates how to make them.