Essential Oils and Fibromyalgia

Essential Oils and FibromyalgiaYoung Living essential oils and Fibromyalgia, an autoimmune disorder of soft tissues: what’s the connection?  When someone suffers with Fibromyalgia, you can be certain that their body is too acidic, as this is an acid condition, and an indication that the liver is toxic.

Essential Oils and Fibromyalgia

Let’s talk about how we can support our body and alleviate these type of symptoms with essential oils and oil-enhanced products.  First of all, let me say that some of the best approaches for helping someone with fibromyalgia is to offer supplements such as omega-3 fats, proteolytic enzymes, and MSM, such as Young Living’s Sulfurzyme.  According to Ronald Lawrence, M.D. Ph.D., supplementation with MSM often offers a breakthrough in the treatment of fibromyalgia (Essential Oils Desk Reference, 4th Edition).  Be sure to read my post about essential-oil enhanced supplements.

Young Living Therapeutic Grade essential oils have been found to be very helpful in supporting better overall health, as well as alleviating symptoms.  The following recommendations come from the Essential Oils Desk Reference:

First Recommendations:  Frankincense gum resin, wintergreen, copaiba, Sulfurzyme, Essentialzyme

Other Single Oils:  German chamomile, nutmeg, Idaho balsam fir

Other Blends:  PanAway, Relieve It, ImmuPower, Ortho Ease, Deep Relief Roll-on

Fibromyalgia Blend #1:  8 drops Idaho balsam fir; 6 drops white fir; 4 drops wintergreen; 2 drops spruce

Fibromyalgia Blend #2:  10 drops PanAway; 8 drops wintergreen; 8 drops marjoram; 6 drops spruce

Essential Oil Application Methods:  For Topical Application, dilute 50:50, gently massage 2-4 drops on pan locations.  Use a warm compress on location.  Use for full body massage 3x weekly.  Get a Raindrop session (adding ImmuPower) weekly.

Internal Ingestion:  Fill a O size capsule, take 2 times daily.  (Caution: only use essential oils for internal use if they have supplement labels indicating they are safe for ingestion, like Young Living).  For more information on how to know if your oils are safe for ingestion Read This.

Supplements – Essential Oils and Fibromyalgia

Polyzyme, Super C Chewable, MultiGreens, ImmuneTune, ICP/Comfortone/Essentialzyme (Cleansing Trio Package), Super Cal, Life 5 Probiotics.

Topical Treatment:  Regenolone cream

Fibromyalgia Regimen:

1.  Start cleansing by using the ICP/Comfortone/Essentialzyme (Cleansing Trio)

Essential Oils and Fibromyalgia

2.  Use 2 Tbsp. Sulfurzyme daily (MSM infused with Essential Oils)  Essential OIls and Fibromyalgia

Sulfurzyme® combines wolfberry with MSM, a naturally occurring organic form of dietary sulfur needed by our bodies every day to maintain the structure of proteins, protect cells and cell membranes, replenish the connections between cells, and preserve the molecular framework of connective tissue.* MSM also supports the immune system, the liver, circulation, and proper intestinal function and works to scavenge free radicals.* Wolfberries contain minerals and coenzymes that support the assimilation and metabolism of sulfur.* FOS is added to this formula to support normal digestive system health.*

*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

3.  Eat less acidic-ash foods and more alkaline-ash foods, such as wheat sprouts or barley sprouts.

The following is a list of alkalyzing supplements:

  • MultiGreens:  up to 4 times daily
  • Super C: 4-6 tablets daily
  • ImmuPro Chewable Tablets: 1-2 every night
  • Mineral Essence: 2-3 droppers, 2 times daily in water or cold apple juice will supply the trace minerals needed without increasing the acid condition.
  • Super Cal or Mega Cal: 2-4 capsules daily, or as needed
  • ImmuPower:  Apply 4-6 drops along the spine and back, along with Raindrop Technique.

Fibromyalgia is a very painful and debilitating condition.  If you, or someone you know, suffers with fibromyalgia, try addressing it with these natural, safe options – what have you got to lose?

Jackie McLaughlin is an essential oils educator whose passion is to make a difference in the world by helping people find natural, healthy ways to support themselves physically, emotionally & spiritually through the use of essential oils and oil-enhanced products.  As an Independent Distributor with Young Living, Jackie is available to assist those who want to purchase the products at retail, or help them establish a wholesale account and save 24%.  For those who choose to try Young Living through her sponsorship, she offers free guidance and training in the use of essential oils for better health.  Purchases can be made through her sponsorship by clicking HERE.
DISCLAIMER: (Required by U.S. Federal Law): Any information shared here is not meant to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, and is intended for educational purposes only. Nor are the products mentioned meant to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease; they have not been evaluated by the FDA. Please seek advice from a health care professional knowledgeable in your area of concern.
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2 Responses to Essential Oils and Fibromyalgia

  • Nancy says:

    Someone that I know has fibromyalgia and is about 3 months pregnant. What is your recommendation? She is feeling achy and soreness. Thank you. I am so looking forward to hearing from you.
    Nancy

    • Jackie says:

      Nancy,
      I was on vacation last week and responded to your comment about your friend with fibromyalgia (pregnant). Did you get it? I just wanted to make sure, because I was sending it while “on the road” and wanted to make sure it got through.

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