Belly Digestive Oil

Belly Digestive Oil

Support digestion while calming tension in your belly.

Going out for a good time often involves eating. Sometimes a lot of eating, which means your “good time” might also involve undoing your belt a notch or two (or even some indigestion). The essential oils in this DIY digestive blend are popular for calming those feelings of bloat, belly tension, spasms, and even nausea.





Add 2 fl oz of jojoba oil to an empty 2 oz bottle with pop-top.


Add the essential oils into the jojoba.


Cap the bottle and shake gently to blend.


Apply topically to your stomach. If you're looking forward to a big meal, you can apply this blend before you eat to get a head start on preventing discomfort.


You may decide to substitute unscented lotion for the jojoba oil in this recipe - in that case, you will want 1 - 2 oz glass jar instead of the bottle with pop-top.

Safety and dilution

This blend was created at a 2% dilution. Please use caution if asthmatic due to the cardamom. We recommend a small patch test to ensure there is no skin sensitivity.

Kid safety: For kids between the ages of 5 and 10, we recommend 5 drops of sweet orange, 4 drops of Roman chamomile, and 1 drop of bergamot in 2 ounces of jojoba.

Shelf Life

The ingredient with the shortest shelf life remaining becomes the shelf life of the entire blend.

Jennifer Williams
Lead Educator & Content Creator
Jenny has always had a passion for learning and teaching. She spent years as a high school English teacher, helping people learn new skills, and developing a classroom culture built on trust and collaboration. On a trip to a distillery in Provence, France, Jenny decided to devote herself to aromatherapy after watching distillers transform pink roses into stunning essential oil and hydrosol; and being moved by their passion. She earned her aromatherapy certification at the Aromahead Institute and joined the team at Aromatics International as a co-owner, content creator, and educator. Jenny also serves as an Instructor at the Aromahead Institute.

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