Skip to content


Your cart is empty


UK Delivery:
Express Delivery - DPD Signed

  • Order before 5pm and orders are usually delivered within 2 working days between 8am - 9pm.
  • £5 for orders under £50.
  • FREE over £50.

International Delivery:

There are currently restrictions on international shipping out of the UK. As a result our international shipping rates temporarily reflect our express premium service by air.

We currently ship to most European and some non-EU countries including:
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany , Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland , Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland and United States.

Please note: It may take up to 21 working days for your delivery to be made.

Why Subscribe?

Consistency is essential to achieve the best results when you're working on your wellbeing. Our subscription service guarantees you'll never run out of your prescriptions, and they will come to you with 20% savings.

You'll receive your first order in glass jars and, from the second one, receive them in refill packs - a sustainable choice, part of our commitment to sustainability.

Please note that all subscriptions have a minimum commitment of 2 months, and so we are only able to cancel after your second renewal has been placed.


All ingredients

All ingredients

How to Use

Before sleep, apply 1-2 drops on each suggested sensory point, massaging gently onto skin. For additional support, combine oil application with slow, deep breathing.

How to Use

Article: 4 natural ways to combat hormone imbalances in the body

4 natural ways to combat hormone imbalances in the body - anatomē

4 natural ways to combat hormone imbalances in the body

Hormonal imbalances are common in this day and age, from not being able to sleep, to the constant pressure to be productive, it can be hard to find balance. Our hormones dictate so much of our lives. They help to control our appetite, our moods, and even our weight. A lifestyle that doesn’t have balance or is unhealthy can contribute to an imbalance in our hormone levels. Plus, some hormones decrease as we age, adding to the challenges we face from an imbalance. Luckily, there are a number of things we can do to help combat these imbalances. 


There’s a reason that exercise is often prescribed as a treatment for everything from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome to Depression. Exercise has a strong effect on our hormones, particularly insulin. Insulin isn’t just for helping your body to process sugar into energy, it also helps the body absorb amino acids that are used to maintain muscle mass. Regular exercise has been linked to increased insulin sensitivity and reduced insulin levels, helping to protect against diabetes, heart disease, and inflammation (1). One study found that exercise increased participants’ insulin sensitivity and levels of adiponectin, a hormone that has anti-inflammatory effects and helps regulate metabolism (2). There’s also evidence that exercise can help to regulate and stabilise our hormone levels (3). 

Drink green tea

Green tea has long been lauded as one of the healthiest beverages around and for good reason. Not only does it have metabolism boosting effects due to its caffeine content, but it also contains an antioxidant known as epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), which has a number of beneficial effects, including improving cardiovascular health, enhancing weight loss and protecting the skin (4). One study found that in menopausal women, green tea supplementation helped to decrease insulin levels and regulate the sex hormones more effectively (5).  

Get Consistent, High-Quality Sleep

Sleep has been on everyone’s mind more and more over the last year, with more people complaining about poor sleep quality. Sleep is the number one thing we can do to improve our overall health, so poor sleep quality can be especially frustrating. Sleep helps to regulate the hormones including the growth hormone, melatonin, cortisol, leptin, and ghrelin (6). One study found that growth hormones were intermittently secreted during sleep and increased significantly at the sleep onset (7). This means that while we are sleeping, our body is restoring itself and repairing any damage from the day. If you’re having a hard time sleeping, it’s worth trying essential oils, magnesium, creating a sleep routine, and ensuring you have a consistent sleep schedule

Manage stress 

We all know the main stress hormones, cortisol and adrenaline, can wreak havoc on our bodies, not just our mental health. Chronic stress causes cortisol levels to remain elevated, which can lead to excessive calorie intake and obesity (8). Raised adrenaline levels can cause high blood pressure, rapid heart rate and anxiety (9). Although adrenaline is usually short lived, raising levels often can cause your blood pressure to remain high and keep you out of balance. Research has shown that you may be able to lower your cortisol levels by engaging in stress-reducing techniques like yoga and meditation (10). While it can be hard to manage your stress, including stress reduction techniques into your everyday life can help your hormones to remain in balance. 

No matter what you’re struggling with, these techniques will help you to live a healthy lifestyle and should ultimately regulate hormone levels. If you still feel like your hormones are out of balance, even after engaging in these techniques and ensuring that you live a healthy lifestyle, speak to your GP for personalised help. 



Our Journal

Read more

5 natural ways to detox + be well this year - anatomē

5 natural ways to detox + be well this year

Detoxing, while something your body does naturally, has been marketed to us as juice cleanses, fad diets, and fasting. In reality, detoxing is your body’s natural mechanism for getting rid of toxin...

Read more
Morning rituals to start your day off right - anatomē

Morning rituals to start your day off right

The way you wake up can set you up for the rest of your day, so it’s important to make sure you do it right. For many of us, waking up can be a struggle and often results in laying in bed on your p...

Read more