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Essential Oils for Allergies

Have you considered using Young Living Essential Oils for allergies?

 

Although many people love this time of year, this isn’t always the case for allergy sufferers. Perhaps you know all too well the pain and irritation that comes with the constantly clogged sinuses, sneezing, sore throat, and headache associated with allergies. You’ll be happy to know that there are several essential oils that can help alleviate your symptoms. Not only will these essential oils help get you back to the land of the living, but they’ll do it without having to experience the side effects that often come with oral allergy medicines.

 

Peppermint Oil

There’s no denying that the invigorating scent of peppermint oil is ideal for unclogging your sinuses, but it does more than that. Research has found that peppermint oil relaxes the bronchial muscles which helps decrease the contractions responsible for coughing [1]. As a bonus, peppermint oil has long been known for its ability to reduce mental fatigue, a common complaint among many allergy sufferers.

 

Eucalyptus Oil

Another easily identified scent, eucalyptus oil can be helpful in combating the effects of allergies. Research has shown it provides a cooling sensation and the feeling of improved airflow in your nose [2]. In addition, it is an effective expectorant, working to rid the body of harmful microorganisms and toxins that aggravate allergies. In a separate study, eucalyptus oil was identified as effectively treating upper respiratory tract infections and reducing the severity of debilitating respiratory symptoms, including lessening hoarseness, sore throat, and cough if used within the first three days [3].

 

Basil Oil

Basil oil has been shown to decrease the body’s response to allergens, by reducing the inflammation of mucous membranes and difficulty breathing. It does this while simultaneously stimulating the body’s adrenal glands [4]. This is important because the adrenal glands assist the body in overcoming the symptoms that come with allergies and helping the body remove toxins and bacteria.

 

 Lemon Oil

Lemon oil works against allergies in multiple ways. First, it contains antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties. This gives your immune system a much-needed boost to fight against allergies [5]. Second, it offers benefits to your lymphatic system by decreasing the swelling in your lymph nodes and protecting you from pathogens. Finally, it stimulates lymphatic drainage, which reduces the buildup of fluids and phlegm that contribute to your hacking cough.

 

Tea Tree Oil

Researchers are very familiar with tea tree oil’s antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties which can be helpful with skin allergies [6]. Research is ongoing. However, connections have been made between tee tree oil and histamine-induced skin inflammation. Its anti-inflammatory properties can be useful when seasonal allergies manifest themselves with itchy skin. Please remember that tea tree oil should only be used topically and never ingested.

 

As the world leader in essential oils, Young Living Essential Oils has all the therapeutic grade oils you need to treat and alleviate your allergies. Nature causes allergies. Now you can fight nature with nature and relieve your allergies without resorting to medications that leave you groggy and tired.

Want to hear more?  Contact me today!

 

[1] https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/320225.php

[2] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6613544

[3] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2967840/

[4] https://www.organicfacts.net/essential-oils-allergies.html

[5] https://draxe.com/lemon-essential-oil-uses-benefits/

[6]. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/320225.php

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