Post 49 Essential Oil Suppositories

No. 49

How To Make Essential Oil Suppositories

Why Are Suppositories Recommended

The two types of suppositories recommended are;

  1. Colon
  2. For women- Vaginal

The purpose of using essential oils in a suppository delivery system is for healing tissue or importantly to directly absorb the essential oils into the system.  This method of absorption is both immediate and efficient.

You can insert these suppositories into the colon or for female ailments, women can insert these suppositories vaginally. For all kinds of general health issues, the colon delivery method is most common.  Another benefit to using colon suppositories is that even persons with compromised digestive systems can receive full benefits of these oils even if by mouth they cannot. Those who wish to use essential oil pills as a supplement may often experience indigestion, especially with existing digestive problems, so by using the suppository, absorption is possible and effective.

Individuals with digestive disorders, do not assimilate their vitamins or foods effectively. By using a suppository you will absorb the medicinal effects of these oils directly into the system. The health issue you are dealing with does not have to be an issue with the colon, but rather for many health problems where essential oils are needed therapeutically.  Essential oils are much stronger than powdered herb suppositories and for this reason they are often preferred over your standard powdered herb type which are generally made using cocoa butter.

Consider the colon as a direct delivery of the oils into the body. Just as pain medication is often used as a suppository in hospitals or for convalescent care in those who cannot eat, essential oil suppositories can be used in the same delivery system very effectively.  For women using vaginal delivery, the best time for insertion is a bedtime.  A panty liner is used to protect bedding and clothing.

These suppositories are easy to make and exceptional in their effects.

How to Make Coconut Oil Suppositories

Choose an ice cube tray with round cubes which range from small 1/2 inch up to 1 inch or slightly larger size.  The larger sized cubes are most preferred but smaller will do if you are unable to find the larger ones. Cubes should be round. Trays average 24 cubes. You don’t need to fill all 24 but just the number you wish to use, such as a week’s worth, 14, etc.

Step One:       Liquefy organic coconut oil by placing the jar in hot water to melt

Step Two:       Fill the cube 1/2 full, and place in the fridge for 1-2 hours

Step Three:     Remove the tray from the freezer and next add the oils.  To add oils, use

2 to 5 drops per oil, and select between 1 to 5 different oils, depending upon

your purpose.

Step Four:       Pour liquefied coconut oil to fill the cube and place back into the freezer for 1-2

hours.

The cube can be taken out any time for use or place the tray into the refrigerator when solid. Use one cube per suppository use.  It has a round edge and insertion is easy since coconut oil easily melts and lubricates naturally, so lubrication is not needed aside from the suppository itself.

Determining your essential oil combination is specific to your health concern. Some oils are stronger than others—this is why the range it from 2 to 5 drops of each oil selected. Some oils may not be suitable for suppositories, such as clove for example, which is too strong for the tissue.  Most oils are fine, just use 2 drops instead of 5.

Essential Oil Suppositories are helpful for a variety of issues such as chronic constipation, colitis, yeast infection, prostate inflammation, and any number of ailments.  Match the oil choices to your health purpose.

Common Combination Examples

Constipation:  German chamomile + peppermint

Anxiety, Pain, Insomnia:  Frankincense + peppermint

Colitis, IBS, Crohn’s:  choose between these in different combinations– Frankincense (pain), myrrh (pain), nutmeg (nausea), anise (nausea), coriander (nausea), ginger root (nausea)

Yeast:  tea tree, oregano, rosemary

Nerves, Fibromyalgia, MS:  Frankincense, myrrh, peppermint

There are countless oils and combinations possible, these are just a few examples.

 

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