Essential Oils: Male + Female Health

Back in July of 2014 I did a post on using essential oils for fertility, but since then we have added more to our collection, so I wanted to give an update.

If you prefer taking care of your body the natural way over taking medicine, essential oils are a great place to start. For instance, while many people use progesterone creams or pills, I use an oil called Progessence Plus. While all the oils mentioned below are great for infertility, they also apply to both male and female hormonal imbalances as well as overall health.

Female Health + Hormones

  • Progessence – Best overall oil for women. Supports your hormones, specifically progesterone.
    • Apply 1-2 drops 2x a day both to your neck and forearm
  • Clary Sage – Supports the pituitary gland as well as a normal, healthy attitude during PMS. It is also supports menopausal women.
    • Apply 2 drops 2x a day to forearm or take by capsule
  • Ylang Ylang – Energizes the reproductive organs and supports the endocrine system
    • Apply 1-2 drops 2x a day both to your neck and forearm
  • Endoflex – Supports the endocrine system.
    • Apply 1-2 drops 2x a day on the base of the rib cage on back
  • Dragon Time – Supports normal, healthy emotions during the female monthly cycle
    • Apply 1-2 drops to wrists, neck, around ankles and feet

Male Health + Hormones

  • Mister – Best all around oil for men. Supports inner-body balance and prostate function. Recommended for men age thirty and over.
    • Apply 8 drops 2x a day to forearm and/or top of ankles.
  • Idaho Blue Spruce – Aids in balancing testosterone levels.
    • **Dr. Purser reported that after two weeks of taking eight drops of Idaho Blue Spruce once a day in a capsule have been shown to increase testosterone by 30% in 2 weeks.**
    • Apply 8 drops 1x a day in a capsule and/or apply to ankles.
  • Clary Sage – Helps support overall hormones
    • Apply 2 drops 2x a day to forearm or take by capsule
  • Endoflex – Helps support hormones including the thyroid and endocrine system.
    • Apply 1-2 drops 2x a day on the base of the rib cage on back

This list is not exhaustive. There are so many wonderful uses for oils and there are many not mentioned here that can also be used for men’s and women’s health – these are just the ones we have chosen so far. If you have any questions, please let me know. In addition, I get a wholesale discount (24% off) and am happy to order for you using my discount.

Young Living Essential Oil Female and Male Health

I am not a medical doctor. The opinions expressed reflect my personal experiences and my personal opinions and based on young living oils only. The information and statements on this website are intended for educational purposes.

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    Posted at 05:44h, 19 August Reply

    i’m glad you shared oil options for men!

  • Jessi |
    Posted at 08:02h, 19 August Reply

    Thank you so much for sharing this information! SO helpful!

  • Staci
    Posted at 08:36h, 19 August Reply

    So you put your endoflex on your back? I haven’t tried it there! I always do it directly on my thyroid. You’ll have to explain to me exactly where you put it!

  • Tania
    Posted at 09:07h, 19 August Reply

    Also curious where you put the endoflex on your back? I put it on my thyroid too! 😀 I need to try clary sage next!

  • Tiffany | A Touch of Grace
    Posted at 11:25h, 19 August Reply

    I love my Pro Plus! Such a wonderful oil!

  • andi
    Posted at 13:29h, 19 August Reply

    i’m glad that my female hormone days are over! 😀

  • Rebecca Jo
    Posted at 13:44h, 19 August Reply

    I’m so mad about Young Living Oil right now. I got a letter threatening me for pin on Pinterest & what it said the oils could do. I didn’t put anything, I just re-pinned it. What the heck? I sent them a strongly worded email… rudest thing I’ve ever heard.

  • Jamie
    Posted at 15:46h, 19 August Reply

    thanks for this- always wanted to try essential oils! xo

  • Megan Gonzalez
    Posted at 16:20h, 19 August Reply

    I never think of essential oils having healing properties, just as smelling good. I will definitely have to look into this. Thanks for sharing!

  • Asheli
    Posted at 16:36h, 19 August Reply

    Essential Oils are hot right now… I see them all over and don’t know that much so this was handy, thanks for sharing!

  • Marissa
    Posted at 18:28h, 19 August Reply

    Thanks for sharing your knowledge on oils… I’m still in the research stage. There’s just so much information


  • Jonathan Key
    Posted at 21:06h, 19 August Reply

    Lean something new every day! We use essential oils in our family a lot. My wife typically keeps up with which oil does what.

  • Danielle
    Posted at 22:46h, 19 August Reply

    Thanks for this post! I got started with oils several months ago, but because we got busy renovating, I put my oils education on hold and haven’t really bought anything recently. But in the past couple weeks you’re the 3rd person to mention clary sage. I think that’s something I could really use! Do you find that it makes a difference during PMS? HonestlY?

  • Melanie
    Posted at 08:27h, 20 August Reply

    I’ve seen a lot of posts online lately about using essential oils, and I’m intrigued. Thanks for sharing this.

  • Cheryl
    Posted at 11:47h, 20 August Reply

    This is WONDERFUL!! I love reading your posts about the essential oils….well, I love reading ALL of your posts! But, I am trying to learn all I can about these. I have been using frankincense a lot and trying to figure out what all it is good for. And you know how much I LOVE Thieves!!! I keep both of them right beside me on the end table beside my recliner in the living room and reach for the often. Thanks for sharing such a wealth of information here. 🙂 God bless you, my friend.

  • Susannah
    Posted at 18:57h, 20 August Reply

    Wow! This is so interesting! I love learning about natural health options!

  • Kelli {A Deeper Joy}
    Posted at 15:38h, 21 August Reply

    Love this! I’ve been wanting to try Endoflex and Dragon Time. I wonder if Kevin would use Mister…he doesn’t like the name :-p but I should buy it anyway!

  • Debbie Champagne
    Posted at 15:01h, 22 August Reply

    I found this very interesting to read. I have been using essential oils for about 4 months now. I really didn’t know they were able to do all that. I use some in my diffuser for smell. I will be trying some of these the way you explained. Thank for the information!

  • Elle Spann
    Posted at 10:10h, 24 August Reply

    I LOVE progassance plus and use it daily! I put mine on my ovaries/stomach areas- it has helped so much with cramping!! I rarely get them anymore when I’m on my perioud.
    Southern Elle Style

  • Elise
    Posted at 11:29h, 25 August Reply

    I would love to hear your experience with them after a couple months – it would be interesting to see how you feel! 🙂

  • Rhonda
    Posted at 14:46h, 02 September Reply

    Very interesting! I get really, really bad pms (technically called pmdd) and would love to try something to help for it. But my seizure activity increases and decreases according to my hormones and I don’t want to mess with that! I’m thinking of going to see a naturopath doctor and get it all figured out, hopefully!

  • Rebeca
    Posted at 20:25h, 01 October Reply

    I have heard of essential oils being beneficial to one’s health. Thanks for sharing. I am interested in learning more about and perhaps getting the Clary Sage, Endoflex, & Dragon Time.

  • atkokosplace
    Posted at 20:46h, 03 October Reply

    Essential oils are amazing! Thank you for sharing. Cheers, Koko❀

    Posted at 08:11h, 08 December Reply

    Very informative! I recently started using essential oils to help me sleep and they do wONDERS

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