WILLPOWER was created to combat overindulgence by reducing your food and sweet cravings after inhalation.
We feel full because of a special mechanism in our brain.
One reason we stop eating comes from signals designating being full or a sense of being satisfied.
An emotional state can also trigger a desire for food and we can control these feelings by inhaling certain scents.
Topical application of essential oils in ABSTAIN is a highly effective natural appetite suppressant because essential oils are absorbed directly into the bloodstream without having to go through the digestive system. The more you use, the more effective they will be.
WILLPOWER - Curb Sweets and Chocolate Cravings
APPLY: Roll on wrist pulse points and inhale for 1-2 minute to supress cravings. Reapply as needed to help diminish cravings.
Bergamot: Stimulates your endocrine system and produces a sense of calm and wellbeing and alleviates stress which triggers stress eating. Dandelion: Dandelion has been a revered herb throughout history, regarded as one of the very best herbs known for gall, spleen and liver complaints, and one of the safest and most active plants for diuretics.
Fennel: has an ancient reputation as a weight loss aid still holds up today. Use widely to reduce appetite. Fennel also tunes up digestion, helping to turn food into energy instead of fat.
Ginger: help boost your metabolism, as well as have an appetite-suppressant effect
Lemon: clears the mind, boosts metabolism, detoxifies, and dissolves fat Peppermint: an excellent aid to digestion. It can help you lose weight by working on the part of the brain that triggers the feeling of being full when you eat.
Pink Grapefruit: A natural weight loss appetite suppressant through a process called lipolysis dissolves fat. Helps prevent water retention and bloating. The limonene in grapefruit essential oil helps release fatty acids into the bloodstream where the body breaks them down and uses them for energy.
Siberian Ginseng: is valued for its ability to boost energy levels and speed metabolism.