Digize essential oil is one of the most popular digestive blends available and for good reason. Its ability to soothe digestive discomfort like gas, bloating, cramping and other digestive complaints is practically unparalleled.
The downside? It can be a bit pricey!
So today, we’re learning how to make Digize essential oil at home for a fraction of the cost.
DIY Digize Essential Oil Blend
In case you aren’t aware, Digize is a blend of essential oils that target all manner of digestive complaints. It can be used topically over the abdomen to help relieve digestive problems like indigestion, heartburn, gas, and bloating to name a few.
It is also known to help fight off candida and intestinal parasites making it an all-in-one essential oil blend that’s a must-have for every at-home medicine cabinet.
How to Make Digize Essential Oil
This blend contains eight different essential oils that are known to target specific digestive issues.
These oils include:
DIY Digize Essential Oil Blend
To make my digize dupe recipe, you will need:
• 4 drops ginger essential oil
• 3 drops tarragon essential oil
• 3 drops patchouli essential oil
• 2 drops peppermint essential oil
• 2 drops juniper essential oil
• 2 drops fennel essential oil
• 2 drops lemongrass essential oil
• 1 drops anise essential oil
Store this in a small empty essential oil bottle and add a few drops to a 10ml roll-on bottle with a carrier oil to make a digize roll-on.
For a 5ml size of homemade digize, you will need:
• One empty 5ml essential oil bottle
• 20 drops ginger essential oil
• 15 drops tarragon essential oil
• 15 drops patchouli essential oil
• 10 drops peppermint essential oil
• 10 drops juniper essential oil
• 10 drops fennel essential oil
• 10 drops lemongrass essential oil
• 5 drops anise essential oil
How to Use Digize Essential Oil
For abdominal discomfort associated with upset stomach, constipation, diarrhea, intestinal cramping, bloating, and gas, mix 3 drops of digize with 1 tsp of carrier oil and apply it to the entire abdomen in a counter-clockwise motion. One of my favorite digize essential oil uses is for bloating after meals. It really helps!
You can also apply it in the same manner to the corresponding vita flex points on the ankle and feet.
Why These Essential Oils Work
Tarragon essential oil is known to be antiseptic and helps combat intestinal parasites and urinary tract infections. It is also antispasmodic (meaning it soothes intestinal cramping), anti-inflammatory, anti-infectious, and helps prevent the fermentation of food within the gut which is a leading cause of gas and bloating.
Ginger essential oil is a strong ally to employ is you deal with any type of nausea or queasiness. It is also another great oil to use for preventing intestinal fermentation and will help relieve gas and bloating. Ginger is also known to be antispasmodic, antiseptic, and soothing to the gut. It can also help alleviate the symptoms of indigestion.
Peppermint essential oil is highly regarded for its cooling and soothing properties that help alleviate pain, cramping, and digestive distress. It improves digestion and helps relax the smooth muscles of the digestive tract. It is known to kill bacteria, parasites, yeasts, fungi, and mold.
Juniper essential oil is a digestive cleanser and stimulant that helps purify and detoxify the digestive system, including the kidneys. It promotes the excretion of toxins and alleviates symptoms of fluid retention and urinary complaints.
Fennel essential oil is one of the best essential oils for relieving digestive issues. It’s antiseptic, antispasmodic, and helps fight gas, bloating, and nausea. It works by preventing the fermentation of food in the intestinal tract and helps stimulate proper digestion.
Lemongrass essential oil is incredibly purifying and has strong antifungal properties. It’s also antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and helps to stimulate healthy circulation and lymphatic drainage. Lemongrass is also especially good for improving sluggish digestion.
Anise essential oil stimulates the flow of gastric juices like bile and stomach acid. It is also known to relieve spastic colitis, indigestion, and intestinal cramping.
Patchouli essential oil is one of the best essential oils for soothing and preventing nausea and vomiting by actually stopping abdominal muscle contractions. It is also antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and helps reduce fluid retention.
Have you used digize essential oil before? What are your favorite digize oil uses? Please share in the comments below!
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Tash, I appreciate that you’ve taken the time to create this “recipe” for a DIY Digize duplicate! I had a sister who suffered with severe Gastroparesis, and something like this would have helped her significantly. I am slowly learning about EO’s and hoping to help my family and friends learn more about their benefits. Thank you for this!
Hello! The juniperus communis that you have should be fine because it’s the same type of oil that is connected with the links that Miss Tash has here on her page. 😉
I am not getting “Juniperus osteosperma (Juniper) oil ” in my area. I am able to get juniperus communis, can I use this.
Can I use juniperus communis? I am waiting your reply because I have arranged other oils to make the recipe.
kelley K Fox says
Ive got a Digize from a friend who sells Young Living EO and I have Crohn’s and IBS. This oil is amazing! I’m out and can’t afford her prices! I need to make this at home! Thanks for the recipe! Now where do u buy all these eo? Lol
Sandra Hutchison says
How many drops of Dihize oil to a carrier oil?
6 drops per 1 oz!
Can you recommend a substitute for Patchouli? It disagrees with me…
Patchouli is really quite a unique essential oil in its ability to stop stomach spasms 🙁 I’m afraid I know of no other essential oil that does it as well as patchouli. I suppose you could try ginger CO2 and see how that does.
It helps relieve heartburn and indigestion… just breathing it in…. do you have any experience ingesting it? I have the vitality version.
I have used it internally, but only for really really bad indigestion. It did work, but I would only use it on rare occasions (under the guidance of a certified clinical aromatherapist) since the effect of essential oils on intestinal flora is unknown.
Jane Collins says
I just now made this digestive recipe after an Italian meal. I’d not heard of Digez and don’t know how it works but yours does. I felt bloated and crampy, whipped this up in a minute. I used marjoram since I don’t have Tarragon and used the rest of your ingredients. Inhaled from the bottle then rubbed a few drops with almond oil on my abdome. In 2 minutes I belched and now it’s feeling soothing as I write to you. I am surprised because I wasn’t ever sure if EO worked. I’ve many of them and only recently started inhaling from the bottles. Diffusing may have been too dilute. Thank you.
Glad to hear that it worked out so well Jane! 😀