In Ayurvedic tradition, the navel (Nabhi) represents the origin of life, linking mother and child before birth and providing a hub for nutrients to flow between their bodies. The philosophy of Nabhi Chikitsa (navel therapy/treatment) tells us that the body’s center continues to serve as a foundation for balance in adulthood, because of its richness in blood vessels and pathways to the body’s extremities. Due to this high density of blood veins in the area, absorption of oils through the navel pathways is strong. With our newly launched Navel Oils, we bring this centuries-old focus on nurturing the body from its core to you.
UMA’s Body Balancing Navel Therapy™ Oil is a delicately formulated blend, handcrafted to reignite the body’s agni, or digestive fire. In Ayurvedic practice the agni is the root of a high-functioning metabolism. Purifying botanicals like ginger, peppermint, and rosemary essential oil work in synergy to help balance the digestive system and aid the body as it detoxifies impurities, combats bloating, and renews energy reserves.
INGREDIENTS: Body Balancing Navel Oil
Sesame Oil, Castor Oil, Neem Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Mustard Oil, Lavender Essential Oil, Lemon Essential Oil, Ginger Essential Oil, Peppermint Essential Oil, Coriander Essential Oil, Turmeric Essential Oil, Almond Oil
Apply 1-2 drops of the oil into your belly button before a night’s rest. Gently massage the skin around the belly button using your finger and thumb, using a gentle pinching motion for about 1 minute. Use a small ball of cotton on the belly button to prevent staining of clothes. Leave on overnight.
All of our oils are 100% organic and free from synthetic fragrances and emulsifiers, preservatives, parabens, GMOs, and mineral oils. We test our oils on real women – never animals.
UMA products are not intended to diagnose, treat or prevent any disease, or affect the structure or function of the body. The information herein does not constitute medical advice. Anyone suffering from a medical condition should consult with a physician. User reviews do not constitute a guarantee that you will achieve the same results -- what works for one may not work for another.