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Wit’Chay Woman™


Manage your PMS (premenstrual syndrome) with this pure essential oil blend that brings balance to your emotions, reduces cramping and breast tenderness, and combats water retention. Wit’Chay Woman will have you ready to take on the world.

30 ml. (1 oz.)
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You can’t put your life on hold simply because it’s that time of the month. And with Wit’Chay Woman in your arsenal, you don’t have to. This Inshanti four-oil blend combines geranium, clary sage, pure rose, and bergamot to create a balancing oil you can massage on your belly or add to your bath to provide physical and emotional relief from the symptoms of PMS.


Massage into lower belly and back area as well as neck and chest area. For optimum relief, Wit’Chay Woman can also be added to bath water.


Certified Organic Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens) Oil, Salvia sclarea (Clary Sage) Oil, Rosa damascena (Rose Ottto) Oil, Citrus bergamia (Bergamot) Oil.


The essential oil of Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens) is a favorite with women as it is useful in treating many ‘women’s’ problems; these include menstrual and menopausal problems, breast congestion, cellulite and fluid retention.Geranium has a balancing effect on the nervous system, as both a sedative and uplifting oil, therefore relieves depression and anxiety, while lifting the spirits and making the world an easier place to live in.

Geranium may be a stimulant of the adrenal cortex, whose hormones are essentially regulating and balancing. This is why geranium oil is recommended for conditions where fluctuating hormones are a problem. In particular, geranium oil may be used to relieve premenstrual tension and menopause.

On the lymphatic system it has a greatly stimulating effect and with that helps with detoxifying the body and also affects female health in treating PMS as well as balancing vaginal secretion and heavy periods. It has a general diuretic effect on the body and balances the water systems in the body, correcting any poor elimination of water and waste material.

The essential oil of Clary Sage (Salvia sclarea) is one of the most important essential oils as a ‘women’s remedy’. All three phases of a women’s life stand to benefit from clary sage – the menstrual cycle, childbirth and menopause.

Clary sage is renowned for the relief it brings to menstrual cramps because of its anti-spasmodic and analgesic action on the womb.

Clary sage is well known for its ability to balance. It is strengthening yet, relaxing – while it is a general tonic indicated for mental and nervous fatigue, the oil is also effective for calming the mind and easing tension.

The essential oil of Rose Otto (Rosa damascena) is effective on all levels of life, for the soul, spirit and body.

Rose oil has been assigned to the heart. The essential oil of Rose has a profound psychological effect.

The Rose, queen of flowers! Her fragrance captured in the essential oil, is the most precious of all heavenly scents. It refreshes the soul; its fragrant poetry brings joy to the heart.

Rose essential oil referred to as a gentle but potent anti-depressant. Rose maybe used as a sedative for the nerves; it is useful for the treatment of heart palpitations, irritability and insomnia. It helps to release anger, despair and frustration.

Maury M. comments that Rose oil has an astonishing effect on the female sexual organs as a purifying and regulating agent.

Rose oil is considered a tonic of the uterus. It regulates menstruation, relieves menstrual cramps and excessive menstrual bleeding.

The essential oil of Bergamot (Citrus bergamia) offers an emotionally uplifting effect to combat stress and depression and calms the nervous system. It is one of the most valuable oils I have used to support emotional health and well-being.. The Flavonoids present in Bergamot oil are very good relaxants too. They soothe nerves and reduce nervous tension, anxiety and stress etc.

Bergamot is an analgesic it reduces the feeling of pain in the body. Actually it stimulates secretion of certain hormones which lessen sensitivity of nerves to pain. Thus it is very helpful in case of headache, cramps, sprains etc. all those symptoms which require heavy dosage of analgesic pills. It relaxes nerves and muscles and thus gives quick relief in cramps and painful muscle contractions.


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If oxidized, it may cause irritation or sensitization. It may antidote homeopathic remedies. It is too strong to use with babies or children under 5 years old. Bergamot is known to be one of the most photo toxic essential oils and for this reason should be used with care in sunlight, hot climates and with other ultraviolet light. Photo sensitivity is caused by the presence of furocoumarins, most notably Bergapten, in this particular essential oil. Apart from this factor, Bergamot is considered to be a relatively non-toxic and non-irritant essential oil.


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  1. Alyssa

    I am obsessed with this oil for my cycle! I massage it on my neck for tension and stress at really any point during my cycle. I also massage it on my belly to soothe cramping. I recommend this to any woman!

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