You'll love Gal Pal by Edens Garden if you like ClaryCalm by doTERRA.
A ladies only blend, Gal Pal is the essence of balance. Apply a few drops of Gal Pal along with a carrier oil to your abdomen. Its cooling and soothing quality makes it an excellent choice for times when we need to refresh our senses.
Added to an inhaler or roller, Gal Pal is easily kept in your purse or keep it nearby when you need it! Gal Pal is serene mixture of Clary Sage, Lavender, Bergamot, Chamomile, Cedarwood, Ylang Ylang, Geranium, Fennel, Carrot Seed, Palmarosa and Vitex essential oils.
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Not sure which blend for women is right for you? Check out our blog on the differences here!
Safety: Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Do not use internally unless instructed by a licensed aromatherapist or physician.
Shelf Life: 2 Years
Pet Safety: Essential oils are generally safe to diffuse around adult cats and dogs intermittently. Ensure the room you’re diffusing in is well-ventilated and that your pet can leave if desired. Discontinue use if you notice any adverse reaction. Avoid topical use and diffusing around young pets, small animals or pets with health problems.
- These two blends are very similar and were formulated to give you the same outcome by reducing issues of menstrual cramps, mood swings, stress and other issues PMS related. Clary Sage and Lavender- Bulgarian are the first two oils in both blends we decided to formulate a few different PMS symptoms blends to target the same issue noting that everyone is different and has different tastes when it comes to aromatics.
- Clary Sage is the main ingredient in Gal Pal which stands out for its studied ability to help reduce PMS symptoms and cramping. Vitex, which, according to a study in which 23 women participated, significantly reduced PMS and menopausal symptoms. Gal Pal was specifically formulated to help ease cramps, hot flashes, emotional upswings, nausea and everything PMS and menopause try to throw at you.
- Gal Pal aids menopausal symptoms with its blend of Clary Sage, Lavender- Bulgarian and Geranium oils plus a number of other essential oils such as Fennel, Carrot Seed and Cedarwood and Vitex that have demonstrated the ability to effectively reduce side effects of menopause including hot flashes, mood swings, night sweats, fatigue and sleep issues by improving hormone balance. Clary Sage also has been studied and shows potential in slowing down the development of osteoporosis.
- Besides the ability of Gal Pal and other PMS blends to effectively reduce the symptoms of PMS and menopause, this blend also can help boost mood and improve your outlook on life. Due to this reasoning, Gal Pal is reliably safe to use around men. They will be particularly attracted to the calming abilities of Lavender and the heavier aromas of Cedarwood and Roman Chamomile in this blend.
- You can use this blend topically in a roll-on or massage oil. It is useful when massaged into the lower back and the lower abdomen to reduce cramping. Or, create a soothing bath salt by mixing 10 drops Gal Pal with 1 oz Fenugreek carrier oil and combine with 2 cups of Epsom salts. Add to a steamy bath and soak in the goodness. A third option is to diffuse this blend intermittently when needed.
Apply Topically: Our Single Essential Oils and Synergy Blends are 100% pure and undiluted. To apply to the skin, dilute with a high-quality Carrier Oil. See our dilution chart here. We recommend performing a skin patch test when using a new essential oil topically.
Diffuse & Inhale: Breathe in your favorite essential oils using an essential oil diffuser or personal pocket inhaler. For instructions on how to use your diffuser, please refer to the diffuser's product page.
DIYs: Explore simple and fun recipes on The Drop, our essential oil blog with expert tips, EO news, and informative reads.
Create a soothing bath salt by mixing 5 drops Gal Pal with 1 oz Fenugreek carrier oil. Combine with 1 oz Himalayan salt. Add to bath and soak in the goodness.
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