Di-Gize Essential Oil

by Carrie Raab on February 23, 2012

Di-Gize Essential Oil

Di-Gize Essential Oil

Got an Owie in Your Tummy? Di-Gize it!

Di-Gize has become my “go to” essential oil when it comes to digestive concerns. I have taken this oil with me on missions trips( Honduras, Central America) and have seen friends go from feeling really puny to within hours, feeling much much better.  I have applied this to my children on several occasions for their owies and within 20 minutes, they are off the couch and running around, saying, “Mommy, my tummy doesn’t hurt anymore.” This oil helps support a healthy digestive system. 

Di-Gize Ingredients:

Tarragon, ginger, peppermint, juniper, fennel, lemongrass , anise, and patchouli.

Tarragon: has a spicy scent with undertones of anise. It is supportive to the digestive system and used topically in Europe as a digestive aid. Tarragon adds a special touch when used as a spice in recipes.

Ginger: has a warm, spicy fragrance that is energizing. Supportive of the digestive system, ginger is commonly used to soothe, comfort, and balance digestive discomfort.* It may also be used to enhance the flavor of foods.

Peppermint: has a strong, clean, fresh, minty aroma. One of the oldest and most highly regarded herbs for soothing digestion, it may also restore digestive efficiency. Jean Valnet MD studied peppermint’s supportive effect on the liver and respiratory systems. Other scientists have also researched peppermint’s role in improving taste and smell when inhaled. Dr. William N. Dember of the University of Cincinnati studied peppermint’s ability to improve concentration and mental sharpness. Alan Hirsch MD studied peppermint’s ability to directly affect the brain’s satiety center, which triggers a sensation of fullness after meals. This powerful essential oil is often diluted before topical application. Peppermint may also be used to enhance the flavor of food and water. 

Juniper: has a clean, mildly penetrating, woody scent that has a cleansing effect on the mind, spirit, and body. It may work as a detoxifier and cleanser, is beneficial to the skin, and supportive to the urinary system.  This tree is wildcrafted on Utah mountain land and its branches are distilled at the Young Living farms.

Fennel: has a sweet, earthy, anise-like aroma that is energizing, vitalizing, and balancing. It is stimulating to the circulatory, glandular, respiratory, and digestive systems.* It also may support feelings of well-being during the menstrual cycle.

Lemongrass: has a light, fresh, citrus aroma with earthy undertones. Refreshing, rejuvenating, stimulating, and balancing, it inspires and improves mental clarity. Lemongrass also supports the circulatory system* and has a score of 17,765 on the antioxidant ORAC scale. Research was published in the Phytotherapy Research Journal regarding the powerful properties of topically applied lemongrass.

Anise

Patchouli: sometimes called “the scent of the sixties,” has a musky, earthy, exotic aroma. In Eastern cultures, it is commonly used around the house to provide general support for health and to help release negative emotions. It is very beneficial for the skin, helping to reduce a wrinkled or chapped appearance. Patchouli is a general tonic that supports the digestive system and soothes occasional queasiness.

I am sure we have all experienced an upset stomach a time or two! Di-Gize is a must have essential oil in your medicine cabinet! I am happy to have an essential oil at times like this that is safe for me and my family. All you do is rub it on your belly (apply a carrier oil is your skin is sensitive) and voila!

How to Use Di-Gize:

  • Put 1-2 drops in an empty capsule.
  • Rub a drop onto your tummy.
  • Apply a drop onto the bottoms of your feet.
  • Apply a drop onto your hands and inhale.

Order Di-Gize essential oil here (essential oil blends)

Know of anyone that would benefit from this? Share Di-Gize with them.This is a 15 ml bottle which contains approx. 250 drops! (will last a while)

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Children under 5 years of age should not use Di-Gize essential oil. Women who are pregnant and those who have epilepsy should use caution. This is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure. This is for information purposes only. Always seek medical help and your Dr. for questions or concerns.

{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

DEBBIE BIESINGER July 19, 2014 at 12:52 am

Hi, I am a new young living distributor. Looking for advice for a client regarding frequency of ingestion and or application of digize and or peppermint oils for Irrritable Bowel Syndrome. Comments would be appreciated. Thank you in advance!

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Jodi March 18, 2014 at 1:21 pm

How often should I take DiGize?

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Carrie Raab March 18, 2014 at 8:19 pm

Apply a few drops and see how you feel. May re apply again in an hour or two. It is an oil that works really well and a few drops a day should be adequate.

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charity November 23, 2012 at 2:08 pm

Hi Carrie, I noticed it says not to be used on children under 5 yrs. I didn’t realize this and used it on my 18 mnth old and did it EVER work! She Hasn’t had a decent BM since birth and within an hour she had a soft one! I was shocked! But now that I read this I am wondering if you have any other solutions for a child under 2?

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Carrie Raab November 23, 2012 at 5:09 pm

Charity, if you used it once or even a few times, it is not going to harm your child.. you obviously saw the wonderful effects! I am NOT a Dr. and am not prescribing anything or telling you what you can or can not do, I am simply noticing the fact that it helped. You can try one of the oils that is in Di-Gize- like peppermint for her tummy issues. A mom always knows best. I still think putting a drop of Di-Gize on her belly is way better than giving her an OTC product/drug. :) I have a friend who puts Di-Gize on her little girls tummy and in her food and she is only 2 years old and said it has changed her daughters life. Use caution and go with what you feel is best and led to do. Again, I am NOT a Dr. and am not prescribing anything. I am offering advise. Blessings :)

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trina November 8, 2012 at 1:01 am

Hi can you put di gize in a cup of water and drink it or does it have to be in a capsule
Thank you

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Carrie Raab November 12, 2012 at 3:30 pm

Hi Trina, yes you can or put it in a capsule and swallow. :)

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acid reflux disease in children February 24, 2012 at 8:13 pm

Thanks for the writeup. I surely agree with what you are saying. I have been talking about this subject a great deal lately with my father so hopefully this will get him to see my point of view. Fingers crossed!

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