Women face health challenges every day. These include challenges with the reproductive system, brain, heart, skeleton, and hormone issues. Many women suffer from high cortisol levels, which lead to fatigue, weight changes, depression, anxiety, and digestive problems. At all stages of life, most women do their best to maintain balance while multitasking.
The female reproductive system works very close with other systems, specifically the endocrine system. The female reproductive system includes the ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, external genitalia, and breasts. The ovaries are responsible for producing egg cells as well as secreting the hormones estrogen and progesterone. These hormones are vital to reproductive health and fertility, but they also play a role in the balance of a woman’s emotional and physical health.
For approximately forty years of our lives, women experience menstruation. This monthly cycle involves egg development and release from the ovaries, the uterus preparing to receive a fertilized egg, and the shedding of the uterine lining if an egg is not fertilized. Many women experience difficulty during the second half of this cycle in the form of premenstrual syndrome and menstrual cramps. Irritability, anxiousness, bloating, headaches, and even migraines can be common at this time. The cycle is maintained through the secretion of the sex hormones. An imbalance of sex hormones can lead to a lack of period as well as irregular and/or extended bleeding. This can be linked to polycystic ovary syndrome or endometriosis.
As a woman ages, the sex hormones begin to diminish. Menopause refers to the time when menstruation no longer occurs due to diminished sex hormones, specifically after a lack of twelve periods. This change leads to periodic instability of function in the body, and side effects such as hot flashes, mood swings, vaginal dryness, fluctuations in sexual desire, fatigue, forgetfulness, and urinary incontinence can occur.
Nutrition and hydration are important to a woman’s health. Daily supplements that include whole food vitamins and minerals, essential oils, omegas, bone nutrient support, antioxidants and phytoestrogens can help support a woman’s body with proper hormone regulation.
Essential Oils & Supplements that Support Women's Health:
Whisper Women's Blend: apply topically or diffuse to promote calm emotions throughout the day
• Take daily to help balance and support normal hormone levels throughout a woman’s life.*
• Gently supports a woman through the menstrual cycle.*
• Helps to diminish the normal symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes and night sweats.*
• Helps to support healthy bones, heart, and breast tissue as a woman ages.*
• Formulated to provide powerful antioxidant support.*
Virage Skin Care System: Skin care is also an important part of feeling our best, as we age.
Watch how these women share their experiences with a skin care line that hydrates the skin and leaves them feeling ready for the day:
To learn more about Essential Oils or to get started using them, check out these three options:
- Aromatic: Women are very sensitive and emotionally responsive to aromas. Consider regular use to support balanced emotions. Diffuse selected oils that bring about the desired results. Additionally, use favorite oils to wear as perfume; apply to wrists and neck. Smell wrists throughout the day. Reapply as needed.
- Topical: Apply selected oils to the back of your neck and shoulders or other areas of need.
If you are excited to get started with these oils, I have THREE options for you to choose from!
- You can click HERE to purchase directly from my website at retail pricing.
- You can click HERE to learn how to get the oils at wholesale cost (similar to a Costco membership)
- You can fill out a form HERE to have a member of my team contact you directly. This option will allow you to speak to someone and ask any questions you might have.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.