Hangover is the common term used to describe a set of
symptoms that occur after a person consumes too much
alcohol. Symptoms often include headache, diarrhea, fatigue,
nausea along with decreased cognitive capability. “Too much”
alcohol varies from person to person and symptoms,
discomfort and dangers increase with increased alcohol
consumption. The symptoms can last up to 24 hours and is
reported to be a $148 billion annual (Pub Med) cost due to
absenteeism and poor job performance costs.
Oils, blends & products
Oils & Blends: LavenderC, LemonC, RosemaryC
Essential oils based
Also consider: GrapefruitC,
understand the E and C superscript go to Home and
scroll to New Helps.
2 - 3 drops each of Lavender, Lemon and Rosemary in a
warm bath for soaking and relaxing.
Or make a blend of:
1 - 2 drops Grapefruit
1 - 2 drops Lavender
1 - 2 drops Lemon
1 - 2 drops Rosemary
1 - 2 drops Sandalwood
blended with 1 tablespoon of Fractionated Coconut Oil
Massage blend on neck and back and
consider bottoms of feet.
Experiences and Testimonials of others
Net - Hello, I
thought someone mentioned the oils to use for hangover and
how to apply it. I searched the site and found to use lemon
but was unable to locate how and where to apply it. Can
someone please suggest what has worked for them. Thanks!
DJG - I seem to recall it was lemon,
Rosemary & lavender in a bath. I tried it with no hangover &
it was wonderful!
Sharon - Lemon, Grapefruit, Lavender,
Rosemary and Sandalwood. 1-2 drops of each in a spoon of
FCO. Massage on neck and back. Just saw this being
used the other day in a very severe case that included
vomiting and then dry heaving with bile. Probably the
person should have gone and had an IV at the doctors but
these oils seemed to help quite well. Person was able
to relax, stop heaving, etc.