Wanda, I've done a little more research for you, and I highly recommend giving a try to Plai
as your primary essential oil. The properties for the oil are as follows: Primary Actions: Analgesic, anti-neuralgic, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antispasmodic.
The results of one study follow -- not particularly on fibromyalgia, but the properties seem as though they should cross over well: "For inflamed joints, under a certified aroma therapist direction Plai has been found to ease the pain for up to 18 hours.
This is incredible since no other oil has been found to change pain levels. On joints that were inflamed due to injury, Plai and an approved carrier was best combined with oils such as Black Pepper and Lemon or Neroli, Himalayan Cedar and Orange. These combinations worked to take swelling down, calm pain and speed up healing time considerably. Dilutions were one bottle of 10% concentration in a vegetable gel and a small roller bottle with no dilution - blends were all oils equal parts.
With other recent research, I still do recommend a blend with Ginger CO2, Frankincense CO2 and German Chamomile CO2 - these are among the most effective anti-inflammatory oils available. You may also consider adding Turmeric - Curcuma Longa, at 1ml per ounce.
Make 4 ounces of formula in a pump-top glass bottle for ease of use.
To 4 ounces of Fractionated Coconut (simply ase for a pump top for this bottle in addition to the regular top in the 'comments' section of the checkout page should you order this from us) (pour out a little to make room for the essential oils) Add:
5ml Ginger CO2
5ml Frankincense Carteri + Seratta CO2 (for the anti-inflammatory boswellic acids)
2ml German Chamomile CO2 (this will need warming before use to make liquid. It will come as a paste - this is normal. It is simply very concentrated).
You MAY want to experiment with a base of Borage Seed and Fractionated Coconut oil together, as Borage is anti-inflammatory on its own in many situations.
I hope this helps! Let us know if you have further questions.