Wonky hormones can make you feel terrible! Endoflex is a blend of essential oils that encourages a body to naturally balance it's hormones and it supports overall wellness. Feeling good on an everyday basis should be our reality and with this essential oil blend, it may be closer than you think!

Endoflex Vitality, is labeled and approved for dietary purposes. It features Spearmint, Sage, Geranium, Myrtle, Nutmeg, and German Chamomile. Adding this blend to your wellness regimen is as easy as combining it with a refreshing glass of juice, relaxing cup of tea or you can put it in a capsule.  

Note: Whether your bottle says Endoflex or Endoflex Vitality, the same oil goes in both bottles. We have both because of labelling laws.


Spearmint was once macerated and added to milk because it appeared to lengthen the shelf-life of milk and kept it from curdling. Another popular use was by people with '
delicate constitutions' or young children with ‘feeble digestive powers’. One herbal publication in the 17th century listed more than 40 ailments that spearmint was good for, including stings and bites, wound healing, and sores. It was also highly favored for helping with memory and reducing headaches.

Sage was considered to have many healing properties, particularly helpful in the 
digestion of the ubiquitous fatty meats of the time, and was deemed a part of the official Roman pharmacopeia. The herb was used to heal ulcers, to help stop the bleeding of wounds, and to soothe a sore throat. The Chinese used sage to treat colds, joint pain, typhoid fever, and kidney and liver issues.

Geranium is an aromatic plant and is known to have existed for thousands of years. Ancient Egyptians of the upper class typically used it to improve and 
beautify their skin and relieve anxiety by making serums and salves with the petals of the flower.

Myrtle occupies a prominent place in the writings of Hippocrates, Pliny, Dioscorides, Galen, and Arabian writers. It was prescribed for 
fever and pain by ancient physicians since at least 2,500 BC.. In several countries, particularly in Europe and China, there has been a tradition for prescribing this substance for sinus infectionsMyrtle's effects are due to high levels of salicylic acid, a compound related to aspirin and the basis of the modern class of drugs known as NSAIDs.

Nutmeg is a spice that has long been prized for its medicinal properties. The history of nutmeg goes back to the 1st Century as evidenced in writings by Pliny. In Medieval Europe Nutmeg was used as 
prevention to protect from disease. It was so highly sought after that selling just a small bag of nutmeg would give financial security for life.

Chamomile contains many terpenoids and flavonoids contributing to its medicinal properties. Chamomile preparations were historically used for ailments such as 
hay fever, inflammation, muscle spasms, menstrual disorders, insomnia, ulcers, wounds, gastrointestinal disorders, rheumatic pain, and hemorrhoids.

Your health can be better ~ naturally. Feel free to email me for a free consultation. 
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