Thursday, April 11, 2013
Spring has arrived and so has the onset of seasonal allergies. Approximately 20% of the U.S. population suffers from allergic diseases, with the most common seasonal allergy being allergic rhinitis. Early spring triggers tree pollen season followed by grasses in late spring and early summer as well as weaker pollens in late summer. Allergic intolerance can trigger your respiration, swelling, itching, digestive tract, sneezing and congestion.
Listed below are my preferred choices of Young Living Essential Oils used during allergy season.
Runny Nose - Melaleuca Alternafolia, Lavender, Harmony.
Application: Rub oils on sternum and inhale.
Sinus Pressure - Eucalyptus Blue, Rosemary or Breath Again.
Application: Rub oils on either side of the nose or tent head over pot of hot water with a few drops of oil.
Rash - Peppermint, Melrose or Thieves Toothpaste.
Application : Dilute with V6 and rub on rash. (Toothpaste works great on Poison Ivy.)
Headache - Peppermint or Deep Relief Application: Apply to temples, back of the neck and forehead.
Sore Throat - Thieves Lozenges (Hard or Soft), Lemon or Wintergreen. Application: Gargle with Thieves mouthwash. Apply oils to neck.
Sunday, April 7, 2013
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Happy Oiling, Jen
Happy Oiling, Jen
Monday, April 1, 2013
Welcome to Oils For Wellness!
About me...I am a Christian wife, mom to a 6 year old, massage therapist, and wellness consultant. Hudson, WI is my hometown (and I think one of the most beautiful places to live). Besides natural medicine, my interests include: reading, singing, running, traveling, writing, shopping for bargains, hosting parties, and cooking. You will find 2 prize donations for the Ultimate Blog Party from Oils For Wellness, valued at $100 and $50. Go visit the UBP Prize Page to find out what they are! Be sure to subscribe to my free aromatherapy newsletter and browse recipes and healthy meal ideas at my Wildtree website. Happy blog hopping, and please do leave a comment so we can get acquainted!
Yours in wellness, Jen