I’ve had a few people recently as me how to make their own version of Dragon Time essential oil. If you haven’t heard of this amazing blend and you suffer from hormonal imbalance then you may want to look into picking up a bottle. For those of you interested in making a Dragon Time dupe, look no further!
Dragon Time Essential Oil Dupe
This blend has an intense licorice-y aroma with hints of clary sage, lavender, and marjoram. It also has a strong undertone of yarrow. Needless to say, the scent of this synergystic blend isn’t my favorite by a long shot, but that’s not what matters when formulating an effective blend. This oil packs a powerful punch against hormone related imbalances because it contains some very potent essential oils regulate, decongest, and stimulate the female reproductive system.
How to Make Your Own Dragon Time Blend
Here’s what you’re going to need to make your Dragon Time essential oil dupe:
Lavender essential oil – 2 drops
Marjoram essential oil – 5 drops
Fennel essential oil – 6 drops
Clary Sage essential oil – 6 drops
Yarrow essential oil – 1 drop
Jasmine essential oil – 1 drop
A roll-on bottle
A small funnel
Carrier oil like sweet almond, jojoba, fractionated coconut oil, or olive oil, etc
Add each essential oil to the roll-on bottle one by one. Carefully count the drops as some oils are overpowering.
After you have added all the oils, use the small funnel and slowly fill the roll-on to the shoulder with carrier oil.
Cap the roll-on closed and roll it between your palms to mix.
I like to let this blend “age” for a few days before use if possible as it will allow the oils to get cozy. You will find the aroma to be much more rounded. However, if you need the blend right away you can use it as soon as you’re finished making it.
For general hormone balance, apply this blend on the inner ankles and the bottoms of the feet. i also recommend applying it to the forearms as those veins are close to the skin.
For painful cramps, apply a few swipes over your uterus and then apply a hot pack for relief.
Please check out my video below to see how to make it:
How to Make a 5ml Bottle of Dragon Time
If you need a larger supply of homemade Dragon Time, this is how I did it.
You will need:
8 drops lavender essential oil
20 drops marjoram essential oil
24 drops fennel essential oil
24 drops clary sage essential oil
4 drops yarrow essential oil
4 drops jasmine essential oil (you can use as little as 2 drops of this if you find jasmine to be too strong. Add the drops one at a time to see what your preference is)
1 empty 5ml essential oil bottle
All you have to do is add all of the EOs to the bottle, cap it closed, and let it age if possible for 48 hours to one week. You can use the blend right away if needed but aging makes it meld together nicely.
I do not sell YL essential oils on this site because this is a place for unbiased use of essential oils. However, due to the growing popularity of YL, please be careful when purchasing those oils on amazon as they may be adulterated by the seller. Just an FYI 🙂
Why Dragon Time is Effective
The combination of essential oils in Dragon Time are glandular/hormone balancing and support emotional balance as a whole.
Lavender in this blend acts as a relaxant that helps relieve anxiety associated with the menstrual cycle, PMS symptoms, and eases headaches. Lavender also has anti-inflammatory properties that helps with better blood flow and less intense cramps. It has a phycological effects on our emotions which help us feel less moody.
This is a wonderful oil for relieving cramping and muscle spasms making it the perfect oil to use for painful periods. Marjoram is warming, soothing, and helps relieve muscle pain, soreness, and congestion in the abdomen when applied topically by increasing blood flow, decreasing pressure, and surpassing inflammation in the uterus. It also calms nerves and emotions.
An amazing antispasmodic, fennel has estrogenic effects on the body that allow it to help support hormone balance.
This oil helps regulate and support the body’s ability to create scleral because it contains natural sclereol; a phytoestrogen that mimics estrogen. This helps regulate the menstrual cycle, reduce painful cramps, ease PMS and circulatory problems, and helps balance hormones. Clary Sage also helps alleviate menopausal symptoms.
Yarrow is a wonderful anti-inflammatory that also eases hormonal imbalance. It slows heavy bleeding associated with an irregular menstrual cycle and has restorative and strongly analgesic properties. Yarrow has the ability to bring balance to a wide variety of issues which makes it a unique and very useful essential oil to have.
This delicate yet full bodied essential oil is often used aromatherapeutically for muscle spasms, negative emotions and depression, and nervous tension. Jasmine is a wonderful oil for female reproductive health.
Have you ever made your own dupe for an essential oil blend? How did it go?
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