Adding Essential Oils to Enzymes

Gary and Essentialzyme-4

Be sure to build your enzyme reserves with Essentialzyme and Essentialzymes-4.

Today I will conclude with the other essential oils I chose for Essentialzyme™ and then Essentialzymes-4™.

Fennel works in the stomach as a digestive aid, but it is also stimulating to the circulatory, glandular, and respiratory systems. It has long been known to be balancing to the body.

Peppermint is primarily included to be a modulator in maintaining a normal inflammatory response, so it’s important for that first phase of digestion and not just for the refreshing flavoring.

Tarragon and clove work together synergistically in helping in the promotion of the plant enzymes, particularly protease, amylase, and cellulase. That makes it a wonderful complement. That’s Essentialzyme.

Next we have our two Essentialzymes-4 blends. The cream-colored capsule contains pancreatin, bee pollen powder, lipase, and essential oils of ginger, fennel, tarragon, anise, and lemongrass. All of these are complementary for the digestion of fats, and lemongrass is also a blood and liver cleanser.

In our vegetable blend in the yellow capsule, we have amylase, cellulase, and three protease formulas. I really loaded protease heavily in there because today people are heavy protein eaters, so we need a little extra. We also added a little lipase, peptidase, phytase, bromelain, and papain—pineapple and papaya—with anise, ginger, rosemary, tarragon, and fennel essential oils. Rosemary was added to the blend for liver support and to improve and enhance the digestive ability. So that is Essentialzymes-4.

Remember that enzymes are involved in every process of the body, so be sure to build your enzyme reserves with good nutrition and Essentialzyme and Essentialzymes-4.

Next week I will begin a new blog about essential oils, blends, and products that can help you transform your life.