Boost Your Immune System with These 7 Essential Oils

11 Oct 2019 - 18:17 by Nusaroma

Essential oils can be an excellent support for maintaining the health of your immune system in addition to adequate rest and also a healthy diet and lifestyle. You can use essential oils every day to support a healthy immune system, endocrine system, respiratory system and your overall health. Find out here which essential oils are best for keeping your immune system strong.

 

1. Eucalyptus Organic Essential Oil (Eucalyptus Globulus)

Eucalyptus Globulus essential oil is coated with refreshing properties. It has a minty, vibrant and refreshing aroma which is a common ingredient in flu care products, chest ointment and inhalants. Refreshing and soothing, Eucalyptus globulus is used often to support the respiratory system and to calm muscles after exercise.

Eucalyptus oil Organic can be used...

Topical - Eucalyptus oil can be mixed with carrier oil and applied to the chest to support normal breathing. It is also very refreshing to put 1 drop on your hand, rub it together, cup your hands over your nose and mouth and breathe in. Add a drop to a cup of epsom salt and mix it into your bath for a relaxing and detoxifying bath.

Diffuse- This essential oil is great for diffuse to support the respiratory system. You can also combine it with other oils such as lemon, peppermint, frankincense or lavender to strengthen the properties and aroma. You can also spray the room or bathroom with a few drops of eucalyptus oil then fill the rest with water and shake before using.

 

2. Ginger Essential Oil

Ginger essential oil is a tremendous support for body health. Can be used as a natural nausea reliever and appetite enhancer, relieve headaches and treat all diseases caused by cold air such as colds and flu, also like rheumatism, and muscle tension.

Ginger oil can be used in:

Topical - Ginger oil can be used topically and works best when diluted with carrier oils such as coconut oil (VCO). You can combine it with carrier oil and other immune-supporting oils and rub it on the bottom of the foot or the back of the neck.

Diffuse - Ginger essential oil can be diffused to help maintain clean air, but has a very strong aroma so use it sparingly (only 1-3 drops) and mix it with essential oils to complete it like orange oil or peppermint oil.

 

3. Lemon Organic Essential Oil

An extraordinary essential oil that can help support the body in the detoxification process. Lemon oil also helps maintain a healthy lymphatic system to support the body's immune system.

Organic Lemon essential oil can be used...

Topical - Combine with carrier oil such as coconut oil and rub it on the skin. Be sure not to spend time in the sun right afterwards because it can increase the sun's effect on the skin and make the skin burn faster than usual.

Diffuse - Lemon is one of the most desirable oils to be mixed with other oils in a diffuser because it complements almost all oils or other mixtures and brings bright cheerfulness to the aroma.

 

4. Nusaroma Flu & Cough Essential Oil Blend

Nusaroma Flu & Cough Essential oil blend is a powerful blend of therapeutic essential oils made to maintain a healthy immune system. Consists of a mixture of Organic Eucalyptus, Peppermint, Organic Tea Tree, Lemon Organic to create a scent that is nice to breathe and provides a relief of breathing and healing.

How to use:

Diffuse - Pour 250 ml of water into your diffuser and pour 2-10 drops of Flu & Cough Essential Oil Blend Nusaroma

 

5. Tea Tree Organic Essential Oil

With a fresh aroma, Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) essential oil helps maintain a healthy balance of microbes, supports the immune system and improves skin health.

Tea Tree Organic Essential Oil can be used...

Diffuse - Organic Tea Tree is an essential oil that is good for mixing with other oils in a diffuser to help cleanse the air and support health. It is suitable with orange oil and flower oil such as lavender or geranium.

Topical - Use with carrier oil such as coconut oil and apply it to the skin. This is a good oil for applying to the feet, nails or on the face to support healthy skin.

 

7. Rosemary Organic Essential Oil

Rosemary essential oil is a unique essential oil because it contains high levels of anti-inflammatory properties and analgesic properties thanks to a combination of extraordinary chemical compounds. Therefore, this extraordinary oil can treat pain with these two different properties simultaneously.

Rosemary Organic Essential Oil can be used by:

Diffuse - Rosemary essential oil has a refreshing herbal aroma that is very good when combined with Basil, Bergamot, Cedarwood, Frankincense, Ginger, Lemon, Orange and Pepermint.

Topical - Whenever you feel pain, pour about one tablespoon of carrier oil into one hand. Rub both of your palms. Massage the oil into the skin of the affected area using a circular motion until the oil is completely absorbed into the skin.

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