So, how was your holiday?

Your liver suitably destroyed through far too much booze?

If so then this post is definitely going to help you kick start your liver back to the land of the living so it can get back to doing all the awesome detoxifying, digestion and all the other amazing stuff.

I mean it really is amazing.

liver - regenerate.pngDid you know it can regenerate itself?

Even if you are down to the last 25% it will slowly but surely get itself back to full size and be as fit as a fiddle – if we let it.

Now, that’s the key thing here.

It won’t be able to do any such repair if you’re still going hard at it every night in the pub, or eating all the rubbish that’s left over from Christmas.

We’re only a week or so into January and I know you’re probably trying to quit your detox already but please at least go for a few more weeks.

To help get your liver back into tip top condition it’s worth getting a hold of the following…

The oils:

  • Geranium
  • Helichrysm
  • Cilantro
  • Rosemary
  • Ginger
  • Cypress
  • Grapefruit
  • Myrrh

What do you do with them?

Because your liver is on the inside (or rather it really should be and if yours is poking out then you probably need to get yourself down to A&E pretty sharpish…) many of the oils do their best work when they’re ingested5.

Check the to make sure the oil you’re sticking in your mouth has a supplement fact label on (some don’t have this and so they cannot be ingested) and then you can either stick a couple of drops in a glass of water or put them in an empty vegetable capsule and swallow with a glass of water.

liver - glass of ginger or geranium.pngNow, something like rosemary or geranium you’ll definitely want to put in a capsule because they really don’t taste that great.

Whereas, a couple of drops of ginger or grapefruit in a glass of sparkly water and not only are you doing your liver a favour you are enjoying a nice refreshing and super tasty treat!

Happy oiling & I’ll catch you on Saturday with a post about how I make my dogs smell awesome after it’s been a wet walk.

Have a good one –

Katie x

p.s. If you’re open to learning how to use essential oils to do loads of other neat things and support your body and mind with everything it gets up to then click the link below to go to a free mini-wellness consult

>>FREE Mini-Wellness Consultation<<


  1. It’s important to seek the advice of a professional before embarking on a new health regime.
  2. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
  3. This website is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
  4. Essential Oils are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease
  5. Not all essential oils are of the same quality and it’s important you check with your oil brand whether you can use your oils aromatically (A), topically (T) and/or internally (I).

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