This or That: What’s the Difference Between Gal Pal and PMS Ease?

Women have their hands full. Not only do ladies around the world run marathons, nations and households, but they must also do so while PMS-ing for an average of five days every month. And once the passage of time grants us a reprieve, we’re met with the dizzying symptoms that coincide with menopause. Here at Edens Garden, we aim to help bring you back to your peaceful self during those trying times when PMS, cramps, and hot flashes strike.

Since everyone has a unique physiology, two similar blends can affect people in different ways. Both Gal Pal and PMS Ease are specially formulated for ladies to obstruct symptoms of PMS and menopause, so which one do you pick?

Gal Pal

Gal Pal is a serene mixture of Clary Sage, Lavender, Bergamot, Chamomile, Cedarwood, Ylang Ylang, Geranium, Fennel, Carrot Seed, Palmarosa and Vitex essential oils.

Gal Pal stands out for its inclusion of Vitex, which, according to a study in which 23 women participated, significantly reduced PMS and menopausal symptoms.

Gal Pal can help you stomp cramps, hot flashes, emotional upswings, nausea and everything PMS and menopause try to throw at you. Try diffusing or inhaling for mood improvement, or add diluted drops to a warm wet towel and place on your abdomen. We also have a pre-diluted roll-on version of Gal Pal, perfect to carry in your purse or pocket. 

PMS Ease

PMS Ease is a soothing blend of Lavender, Clary Sage, Ylang Ylang, Copaiba, Palmarosa, Cedarwood, Fennel, Bergamot, Carrot Seed, Chamomile, Geranium, Ginger, and Patchouli. Unlike Gal Pal, PMS Ease contains Ginger for nausea and Copaiba for additional pain relief. The addition of Copaiba, Ginger and Patchouli gives PMS Ease a spicier aroma as well.

PMS Ease helps relieve cramping, nausea, hot flashes and moodiness. Apply it diluted to the abdomen or pulse points for much-needed relief.

The Verdict

At EG, we understand everyone is different which is why we’ve formulated multiple blends that target the same issue. Bottom line, both Gal Pal and PMS Ease are perfect companions for that time of the month. With distinctive aromas and an excess of therapeutic uses, they are both incredible synergy bends. If you’re still indecisive of which to try, we recommend trying both to see which blend your body is most responsive to.  

Developed by an aromatherapist

COMMENTS

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  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Robin! You can use any carrier oil to dilute, and here is an article that explains how to dilute: http://bit.ly/2vSH4HZ

  • robin says...

    How and with what would i dilute the PMS Ease for use for my adult daughter’s PMS symptoms? Where (abdomen?) and when should it be applied??

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Shirley! Either of these blends would be great for PMS symptoms, and you can also try Head Ease as well.

  • Shirley Campbell says...

    My 15 yr old daughter gets a headache just before her period. I am looking for a good solution with oils. She takes pills for add (aspbergers) and some other things, so trying something before adding another. Any help would be appreciated.

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