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Lymph Support Essential Oil Blend
Lymph Support Essential Oil Blend

Lymph Support Essential Oil Blend

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Product Description

Help your body heal with our Lymph Support Essential Oil Blend. It’s a powerful healing blend of Spearmint, Myrtle, Sage, Nutmeg, Geranium, Myrrh, and German Chamomile essential oils, prediluted in a nourishing base of Fractionated Coconut Oil so it’s ready for immediate topical use on adults.

This blend has a light, herbal aroma that’s floral and slightly earthy, with a hint of creamy mint. It inspires feelings of stability and light-heartedness, while the natural plant compounds in the oils help support your body’s natural healing abilities. The ingredients in Lymph Support are some of the best essential oils for swollen lymph nodes and lymphatic drainage.

The lymphatic system is a part of the immune system and plays a vital role in keeping us healthy. Located all throughout the body, the lymphatic system includes lymph nodes, which hold produce and store white blood cells, as well as lymph fluid, which transports white blood cells and helps fight infections. Occasionally, excess fluid can build up in the lymph nodes, resulting in swollen glands and disruptions to immunity function.

Our unique Lymph Support Blend includes essential oils for swollen glands and lymphatic drainage. Massaging this blend into the skin can help you feel better and experience a healthier lymphatic system overall.

Benefits & Features

  • Blend of Spearmint, Myrtle, Sage, Nutmeg, Geranium, Myrrh, and German Chamomile
  • Prediluted in a base of 60% FCO carrier oil
  • Ready for immediate topical use on adult skin
  • Soothing, gentle aroma that’s herbal, floral, and slightly minty
  • Naturally supports the lymphatic system and boosts immunity
  • Reduces swelling in lymph nodes
  • Includes essential oils for lymphatic drainage
  • Anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial
  • Promotes deep relaxation

Usage

  • Rub into the soles of the feet at night to absorb healing benefits that support overall lymphatic system function.
  • Apply topically to reduce swelling in lymph nodes.
  • Use as a massage oil for lymphatic drainage. Place a few drops into the palms, warm the oil between your hands, then apply gentle yet firm pressure across your skin in a downward and outward motion.
  • Add 1-3 drops to a warm bath for a soothing soak that reduces muscle aches and helps your body’s lymph system heal itself.
  • Uncap and inhale to feel deeply relaxed and strengthen your mind-body connection for healing meditations.

Recipes

Lymph Support Massage Cream

To promote lymphatic drainage, try this deeply moisturizing massage cream that provides relief without harsh chemicals or artificial ingredients..

  • 30 drops Lymph Support
  • 2 capsules Vitamin E
  • ½ teaspoon Lanolin
  • 1 cup Shea Butter

Instructions: In a small pot, melt shea butter and lanolin over medium heat. Once melted, remove from heat and add essential oils and vitamin E. Pour into a clean glass jar or another sealable container and allow to cool completely. Once cooled, massage into the affected area 2-3 times a day.


Lymphatic Support Bath

Support your lymphatic system while releasing tension held in the body and soothing sore muscles with this DIY recipe for relaxing bath salts.

Instructions: Dissolve oils in the Sea Salt and add to a warm bath. Enter the bath, close your eyes, and allow your body to relax completely as you inhale the healing aromas of the oils. Soak for 20-30 minutes.

Safety / Purity

For external use only. Do not ingest. Always patch test prior to extensive use on the skin. Avoid contact with the eyes, nose, mouth, sensitive areas, and broken skin. Do not use while pregnant or breastfeeding. 

Not recommended for diffusing.

Test Results

As part of our S.A.A.F.E. Promise™ to you, Rocky Mountain Oils offers GC/MS (Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry) test results from an independent, third-party lab for all of our essential oils and essential oil blends.

GC/MS tests verify the quality and purity of every Rocky Mountain Oils product, which guarantees you’re using the safest and highest quality essential oils and essential oil blends available anywhere in the world.

To view the GC/MS test results for this essential oil blend, click here.

Faqs

Lymph Support Essential Oil Blend FAQ

  • What is the best essential oil for lymph nodes?

    Some of the best essential oils for lymphatic drainage and general support of your lymphatic system function include Spearmint, Myrtle, Sage, Nutmeg, Geranium, Myrrh, and German Chamomile. For your convenience, we’ve combined these oils in a silky-smooth base of Fractionated Coconut so they’re ready for your immediate topical use.

  • How do I use an essential oil recipe for lymphatic drainage?

    To use essential oils for lymphatic drainage, apply 1-2 drops of Lymph Support into your palm. Warm the oil between your hands, then massage it into the skin with gentle yet firm pressure, paying extra attention to any swollen glands or areas of blockage. As you massage the oil into your skin, focus on a downward and outward motion to help excess fluid drain. You can also rub Lymph Support into the soles of the feet for absorption.

  • How often should I use essential oils for swollen glands?

    Use as often as needed while swelling persists. If you experience irritation, worsening symptoms, or an increase in the size of your swollen glands, discontinue use and consult your physician immediately. We also recommended seeing a healthcare professional if you believe swollen lymph nodes may be caused by a pre-existing medical condition.