If you suffer from allergies, this list of blog posts about essential oils for allergies is for you!
Allergies can make you feel miserable. Fortunately, there are essential oils for allergies that can be a huge help! These are some great, natural remedies that don’t involve over-the-counter drugs or pharmaceuticals.
A few simple essential oils can help to reduce congestions, headaches and even irritation. I have seen so many people’s lives improve when their allergies were no longer a daily issue.
3 great reasons to use your own essential oil inhaler to help reduce your allergies:
1. Making your own inhaler is easy and inexpensive.
2. Carrying it in your packet or bag is effortless.
3. The aroma is personal. No one else will smell your inhaler.
Essential Oils for Allergy Relief
Essential oils can offer significant relief from headaches, congestion and the exhaustion associated with allergies.
Essential Oil Inhalers for Allergy Symptoms. Allergies can cause headaches from the pressure of nasal congestion. Often these headache can be relieved by using essential oil inhalers.Use the inhaler every 15 minutes for an hour whenever a headache starts to come on. The inhaler can also be used to ease the congestion itself.
Dust mites. I know, not the most fun topic. What are they, exactly? There is a website dedicated to these creepy little creatures called Dustmites.org. They define dust mites as "microscopic creatures that live in your bedding by the millions and cause allergies."
I've recently had some great experiences using essential oils to relieve tension headaches. Here are a few tips on using them yourself-safely and effectively. First add 1 drop of Peppermint essential oil (Mentha piperita) into a teaspoon of Trauma Oil, and rub it on the back of your neck.
In this video, Andrea guides you through creating and using an essential oil aromatherapy inhaler. This respiratory blend is great for allergies, cold, flu, or sinus congestions. If you'd like to follow along and make your own aromatherapy inhaler, you'll need: How to Make an Aromatherapy Inhaler Related Posts:
I frequently put a few drops of essential oil on the shower floor in the morning. I love the combination of the hot steam and the aroma of an oil like black spruce or rosemary! Along with the pure pleasure of the essential oil shower, there are many benefits to the steam and oil combination, especially for clearing congestion from a cold, flu or allergies.
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