Essential oil for Allergy

Essential oil for Allergy

Allergy is a reaction of the human immune system to certain objects, which should not cause reactions in other people's bodies.

Allergies are caused by reactions from the immune system that are different in each person. Some examples of allergens are dust, pollen, pet dander, food, insect bites, drugs, and latex ingredients.

Allergy symptoms in each person are different, can be mild or severe. Symptoms can be sneezing, stuffy or runny nose, red and itchy eyes, itchy skin rashes, headaches, olfactory disorders, and shortness of breath.

Essential oil can be used as an alternative therapy, to treat allergy symptoms. One of the most amazing essential oil benefits is that it can overcome inflammation, enhance the immune system, detoxify the body, fight infections, bacteria, parasites, microorganisms and harmful poisons.

The following are some ways to use essential oils, to deal with allergies :

Spread it in the air using a Diffuser
Use for bathing and spa
Apply to the skin after being diluted with carrier oil
Spray it into the air
Inhaling essential oils directly from the bottle

Essential oil for treating allergies :

Peppermint
Peppermint oil can relieve phlegm, reduce inflammation, act as an expectorant and relieve allergies, flu, cough, sinusitis, asthma and bronchitis

How to use:
Pour 1-2 drops of Peppermint oil, with 1 tablespoon of Virigin Coconut oil (VCO), or Jojoba oil, mix, then apply to chest, back neck and temples

Basil
Basil oil can detoxify the body from bacteria and viruses, fight inflammation, pain, fatigue, and can relieve allergic symptoms

How to use :
To overcome the respiratory system and allergy symptoms, pour 2-3 drops of Basil oil, with 1 tablespoon of Virgin Coconut oil (VCO), mix, then apply to the chest, back of the neck, and temples

Eucalyptus
Eucalyptus can treat sinus, blood circulation and relieve allergic symptoms

How to use :
To overcome respiratory problems due to allergies, pour 5 drops of Eucalyptus oil into your Diffuser, or mix 2-3 drops of Eucalyptus oil, with 1 tablespoon of Carrier oil, then apply to the chest and temples

Lemon
Lemon oil has strong antibacterial properties, can boost the immune system, and can relieve allergic symptoms

How to use :
Pour 10 drops of Lemon oil, into a 100ml spray bottle, shake the bottle to mix well. Spray on the sofa, bed linen, curtains and carpets. You can also pour 3-5 drops of Lemon oil into a tub containing a bath towel

Tea Tree
Tea Tree has anti-inflammatory properties, which can remove bacteria and fungi, sterilize air, and can relieve allergies

How to use :
Pour 2-3 drops of Tea Tree oil, with 1 tablespoon of Carrier oil. Use a clean cotton ball, then apply gently to the skin, which is a rash or itching

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