The use behind your navel…
Are you ever fascinated by the body and its many ways that it can help to heal itself? Do you love oils and want to know how to use them more effectively? Check this out!
Did you know that you can put oils in and around your belly button? Your belly button (or navel) as we all know is where your umbilical cord attaches to your mother when you are being created in the womb. Well, behind the navel is the Pechoti gland which houses more than 72,000 veins and millions of nerves. The total amount of blood vessels we have in our body is equal to double the circumference of the earth. Because of this, you can use this area to help treat many different ailments within your body.
These are just some of the oils that can be used in the navel area to help with some of these ailments. Take a cotton swab and a bit of whichever oil and rub inside your navel. I thought this was interesting and tried for myself and to my surprise, it worked! Take a look through and see if something might help out whatever is ailing you!
- Neem oil for stubborn acne or pimples
- Almond Oil for glowing skin
- Mustard Oil to relieve dry, chapped lips and will also keep your intestines moving to help remove harmful bacteria, but keep the good. At bed time 3 drops in your navel and spread out 1 and a half inches can help with lethargy, tremors and pain relief.
- Olive oil or Coconut Oil to improve fertility
- Alcohol dipped cotton ball on your navel to help a cold, flu or runny nose (keep this placed on your navel).
- Brandy soaked cotton ball to ease menstrual cramps and pain (keep this on your navel).
- Sesame oil for joint pain and to help strengthen bones.
- Equal amount of Mustard oil and Ginger Oil for an upset stomach, nausea, bloating and digestive problems.
- Warm Ghee to help improve blood flow to the nervous system and enhance immunity system. Helps with constipation and builds strong digestive system. Also helps with joint pain.
- Thyme oil is anti-spasmodic. Relaxes your arteries and veins, lowering blood pressure and stress to your heart. It may also help strengthen and tone your heart muscles. May help your body to remove excess water, salt and toxins. May help with weight, blood pressure, digestion, and more.
**Important to note that Thyme oil is an expectorant, which means it can help remove mucus from your airways and lungs. Thyme oil is approved by Germany’s Commission E in the treatment of bronchitis, whooping cough, and upper respiratory inflammation. Thyme oil is a powerful compound and should not be used directly on your skin, as this can cause sensitization and irritation. It must first be diluted with a carrier oil (like olive oil, coconut oil, or almond oil). Use a therapeutic grade of Thyme Oil.
- Castor Oil for knee pain. Place 3 drops in your navel and spread around the navel 1 and a half inches out at bed time.
There are so many more uses for oils in and around the belly button area. Such an interesting information bit. I have tried a few of these with success! As with anything, check with your doctor before trying one of these. Make sure that there are no worries with whichever medications you are on. One thing is for certain…our bodies are amazing and the healing properties they carry are astounding.