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STEP 19 - CONCEPTION

In addition to cortisol and reduced libido in both men and women, stress can also make it difficult to conceive a child.

In women, stress has been shown to cause infertility. In fact, one study found that women who are under stress have an excessive amount of the enzyme alpha-amylase, causing them to have a much harder time getting pregnant.

In men, stress can lead to a low sperm count and reduce the quality of healthy sperm. This happens when stress interferes with male hormones necessary for proper sperm production.

When both husband and wife are experiencing stress at the same time, getting pregnant can become even more difficult, if not impossible.

Can Essential Oils help with conception? In addition to using Essential Oils known to reduce stress and cortisol levels, other oils can be used to promote healthy reproductive health in both men and women.

• Basil

• Cinnamon

• Jasmine

• Clary Sage

• Fennel

• Sandalwood

• Melissa

The INSPIRING BLEND is a unique blend of some of the oils listed above. These oils work in harmony to spark excitement and passion back into the lives of those who use it.

These oils work to balance hormones in both men and women, which may make pregnancy possible for those who are unable to conceive due to hormone imbalances.

PRIMARY BENEFITS

• Ignites feelings of excitement, passion, and joy.

• Counteracts negative feelings of boredom and disinterest.

INGREDIENTS

Fractionated Coconut Oil, Cardamom Seed, Cinnamon Bark, Ginger Rhizome, Clove Bud, Sandalwood Wood, Jasmine Flower Absolute, Vanilla Bean Absolute, Damiana Leaf

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

DIFFUSION: Use one to two drops in the diffuser of your choice.

TOPICAL USE: Apply one to two drops to desired area. Dilute with Fractionated Coconut Oil to minimize any skin sensitivity.

NOTE: Did you know that you can take an entire Class on the subject of ESSENTIAL OILS AND PREGNANCY? Ask for details if interested.

QUESTION – WHAT IS YOUR # 1 MUST-HAVE PRODUCT THAT EVERY EXPECTANT MOTHER NEEDS?

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