Karri’s Kick Ass COMFORT Gel

female balance

One of the most common complaints among adult women is cramping at the onset of their period. Some research suggests that over 80% of all college aged females  will experience painful menstrual cramps on a regular basis.  Perhaps you will consider using essential oils for this fact of life.  Let these oils help relax  and support normal monthly hormones.

Karri’s Kick Ass Comfort Oil contains a number of essential oils that relieve tension and provide comfort during normal hormone changes.

  • Lavender

    COMFORT oil comes in a similar amber dropper bottle

    – has anti-inflammatory properties and is relaxing to body, mind and spirit

  • Ylang Ylang and Bergamot – have antidepressant and antispasmodic properties
  • Peppermint has analgesic properties
  • Rose is very balancing for women

INGREDIENTS: arnica* infused castor*, olive* or grapeseed oil, chamomile*, bergamot*, lavender*, sweet marjoram*, rose*, ylang ylang*, peppermint*, clary sage* –  *organic

1.0 oz (30ml) oil in amber dropper bottle 

Price: $24.00


It is most effective to use essential oils at the first sign of discomfort.  Place 1-2 drops onto your palm.  Inhale and apply to abdomen.  Repeat as needed for comfort.

As with all natural products it is advised to store away from heat and direct sunlight to maintain quality.

As with any product if irritation occurs, discontinue use.

Using other gentle skin care products is also helpful.

IMG_3868 copyThe COMFORT Blend helps to calm and balance the ‘monthly roller coaster’ or some of the challenges during menopause.  It is a gentle all natural approach that you may find helpful.   A number of essential oils contained in this product have balancing effects on the female body. (Not intended for use during pregnancy.)

  • Clary sage contains sclareol which mimics the effects of natural estrogen.
  • Geranium is a strong regulator of the female hormonal system.
  • And lemon and bergamot help lift mood.

READ MORE about natural options for menstrual cramps (dysmenorrhea) from our friends at The Babble Out

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

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