2. Steam Inhalation: There are two steam inhalation methods that you can do to help relieve you from your cold and flu symptoms. The first method is to add a tablespoon or more of carrier oil and 6-10 drops of essential oils into your bathwater for relief. The second method is to add a 2-4 drops of essential oils into a bowl of hot water and place a towel over your head, allowing yourself to breathe in the steam while it builds up around you. Escents' Breathe Easy Synergy Blend has been formulated to specifically help fight respiratory infections as it is a blend of eucalyptus and rosemary essential oils.
3. Vapor Rub: Inhaling vapor rub can relieve nasal congestion, coughing and respiratory illness. To get a better night’s sleep, apply vapor rub to your chest area and with its cooling aroma, it will help relieve nasal congestion so that you can breathe more easily while you sleep. In addition, it can allow your lungs the much needed rest to recover from coughing fits. Darn This Cold Vapor Rub is a pre-blended natural remedy with eucalyptus and rosemary essential oils. Please give it a try!
4. Aromatherapy Diffuser: When indoors it is important to purify the air, especially when you’re ill. This is where an aromatherapy diffuser can come in handy. With this device you can create a healthier environment by adding 2-4 drops of rosemary essential oil into your diffuser while you recover. Rosemary essential oil has properties that can purify the air in a nontoxic way.
100% pure essential oils that can help relieve your cold & flu symptoms
- The menthol ingredient provides natural decongestant and fever relief.
- This essential oil can also help with dizziness, nausea, headaches and migraines.
- Helps provide respiratory relief.
- Acts as a natural anti-inflammatory and decongestant.
- This essential oil supports the immune system by improving sleep.
- It can alleviate headaches.
- Relieves congestion by helping break down mucus within the respiratory tract and sinuses.
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