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DIY Allergy Inhaler

March 9th, 2016

During the height of allergy season, having a pocket-sized, all-natural allergy inhaler is a great thing to carry with you to use when your allergies start to spike. Here is an easy and effective DIY allergy inhaler recipe:

 

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Ingredients: 

Eucalyptus

This refreshing and stimulating essential oil is an obvious choice to include in an allergy inhaler. It’s cooling and cleansing for the respiratory system and helps to break down mucus buildup.

Ravintsara

This immunostimulant is great for any respiratory issue as well. It can help to clear the sinuses and has anti-inflammatory properties to assist in calming coughs.

Spike Lavender

Spike Lavender has anti-inflammatory properties and is a natural decongestant.

Pine (Red Pine)

This essential oil is great for fighting colds or congestion. It’s also excellent for helping to reduce any spastic coughing.

Directions:

Saturate the cotton insert of  an inhaler with a total of 30 drops of one or any combination of the essential oils above. Assemble as directed and begin using when needed. Make sure you keep the cap tightly closed so the active vapors don’t evaporate.

Essential Oils for Skin Allergies

March 3rd, 2016

Every year around allergy season we get slammed with itchy eyes and stuffy noses. Another victim to seasonal allergies is our skin, which can be sensitive to the changing weather and season. Essential oils are a great natural way to help combat skin allergies, leaving you with itch-free, clear, glowing skin. Here are a few essential oils recommended by our founder and essential oil expert, Cary Caster. As a quick reminder, it is most important to safely dilute your essential oils to 2-3% in a carrier oil or lotion for direct application to the skin.

 

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This gentle essential oil can be used to treat skin inflammations such as rashes or insect bites.

 

Lavender

This essential oil has anti-inflammatory skin healing properties used to treat acne, rashes and other skin irritations caused by seasonal allergies.

 

Palmarosa

Palmarosa essential oil is great for various types of skin issues that include dry skin, swelling, dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, skin infections and fungus. It helps to balance sebum production and stimulate cell regeneration.

 

Carrot Seed

This oil is most famous for its skin-healing properties to help restore skin tone and keep it moisturized. It’s great to use during allergy season to tame any skin irritations you may have.

 

Patchouli

Patchouli can be used on many skins conditions to bring down inflammation or swelling. It’s components allow it to be extremely cooling and moisturizing for the skin.

 

 

»Use Rosehip Seed Oil or Rose Hydrosol with a touch of Aloe Vera as your carrier. In a resealable glass bottle with a dropper, combine 1 oz of carrier and 10-12 drops total of your essential oils: Roman Chamomile (3-4 drops), Carrot Seed (3-4 drops), Patchouli (3-4 drops). Seal tightly and shake well, apply a couple of drops of your blend to the irritated area on your skin once or twice daily.