The Perfect Gift: Essential Oil Allergy Blends that Bring Relief
Is there someone in your life who suffers from allergies?
Watching someone you care for go through that pain can be as uncomfortable as experiencing the symptoms yourself.
How about making a gift set of natural essential oil allergy blends to calm their symptoms—and even potentially get rid of allergies for the long term?
I want to teach you my favorite essential oil allergy blends!
These blends actually worked for me to eliminate my allergies altogether.
I know—we’re told that if we have allergies, it’s just a fact of life we have to live with.
But I didn’t believe I should have to suffer.
I believed that if I was having a reaction, it meant my body was trying to communicate something to me . . . and I could respond to its needs with natural essential oil allergy blends.
They worked. I no longer experience allergies!
Learn my recipes in a FREE webinar . . .
Reduce Allergies Naturally Using Essential Oils!
- 5 SIMPLE + EFFECTIVE blends to quickly reduce allergies.
- How a natural cleaning product can help with allergies (I’ll give you the recipe!)
- A natural hand gel recipe designed to help nourish hands.
- My favorite recipe to get a solid night’s sleep even if you’re congested
These essential oil allergy blends can be SUCH A GIFT for someone in your life who suffers!
I’m not exaggerating—getting rid of allergies can change your experience of life.
A Natural Allergy Relief Inhaler Recipe
Before I end this blog post, let me give you an allergy inhaler recipe you can make for someone (or use yourself) right away.
It helps to clear congestion and calm inflammation quickly.
Holiday Allergy Inhaler
- 7 drops Frankincense essential oil (Boswellia carterii)
- 4 drops Siberian Fir essential oil (Abies sibirica)
- 2 drops Balsam Fir essential oil (Abies balsamea)
- 2 drops Cardamom essential oil (Elettaria cardamomum)
Making an Aromatherapy inhaler doesn’t take long at all.
All you do is drop the cotton “wick” into the inhaler’s sleeve.
Then drop the essential oils right onto the cotton.
Snap the lid in place, and you’re done! An inhaler is about the size and shape of a lip balm tube, so this is convenient for a friend or family member to keep in their pocket.
Don’t have one of the Fir oils in this recipe?
You can substitute ANY conifer essential oil you like. They all work great for allergy relief!
However, I do want to mention that if someone has asthma or respiratory concerns, the conifer oils require “evaluation for tolerance.”
This means that before you use them in a recipe, you want to give the essential oils a sniff to see if they make your chest feel tight or uncomfortable. If so, the conifers might not be the right choice for you. You can substitute Cedarwood essential oil instead (Juniperus virginiana).
Nature is our ally. It can support us on the journey to health . . .
. . . as long as we know how to work with it safely and well.
And for that, you need KNOWLEDGE.
If you’d like to make these essential oil allergy blends for yourself or give them to someone you care for, I hope you’ll join me on the webinar.