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During the holidays were are more likely to over indulge on our favorite foods and desserts. KURB helps hunger and cravings, as well as being a contributor in reducing the root causes of overeating like stress and anxiety. The essential oils in it also increase circulation and speed up the breaking down of fats in the body. The ability to suppress feelings of hunger stem from the direct correlation with the part of the brain that controls these feelings.

This powerful essential oil blend can make you feel full after a meal. The result is that you can eat less and still feel satisfied. The trick to using KURB to suppress your appetite is to inhale it for at least five minutes a few times a day.

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We have used a formulation of oils thought to be most effective in inhibiting the desire to eat:

Peppermint: Is a digestive aid that soothes an upset stomach and helps with digestive problems. It is thought to be a strong appetite controller.

Pink Grapefruit: A natural weight loss appetite suppressant through a process called lipolysis dissolves fat. The limonene in grapefruit essential oil helps release fatty acids in the bloodstream where the body breaks them down and uses them for energy. Like peppermint, grapefruit essential oil is a strong appetite suppressant. Pink grapefruit is particularly effective in lessening appetite.

Bergamot: Stimulates your endocrine system and produces a sense of calm and well being and alleviates stress. Bergamot has strong sedative properties that make it an excellent essential oil for fighting stress and stress triggered eating.

Lavender: Combined with bergamot enhances this calming effect.

Orange: Helps overcome depression and gives emotional support.

Ylang Ylang: Used to clarify thoughts and assist in a feeling of wellness and calm.

The Smell and Taste Treatment and Research Institute of Chicago found that by inhaling an aroma throughout the day, you can inhibit the desire to eat. Dr. Alan Hirsch of the The Smell and Taste Treatment and Research Institute of Chicago says that we feel full because of a special mechanism in our brain. His study found that inhaling peppermint and other essential oils specific to appetite control and cravings, can directly affect the brain’s satiety center, the ventro-medial nucleus of the hypothalamus.