Allergies are one of the most common illnesses suffered by millions of people around the world. It can be caused by seasonal issues such as pollen during the spring months, or from other factors such as dust or dog dander. Many people use over-the-counter allergy medicine on a daily basis without much relieve from their symptoms. In the past few years more and more people have been seeing allergy relieve from using essential oils.
It is important to understand that there isn't a medical cure for allergies but there are many things that you can do in order to help treat the symptoms of allergies. The most common symptoms of allergies are sneezing, a runny nose, difficulty breathing, congestion, itchy skin, and other nasal issues.
Below are a list of essential oils that we recommend to help with your allergies.
Peppermint oil is one of the most popular essential oils on the market which makes it easy to find at your local grocery store or shop. This makes it one of the best essential oils for allergies because of how accessible it is for the average consumer. But the real reason we love peppermint oil is because it has been proven to have a calming effect on muscles. This means that when used with a diffuser it can help the oil sooth and relax the muscles in your throat and chest. This will drastically help relieve your congestion symptoms.
We have also found that peppermint oil helps us to wake up and get ready to face the day which is great when allergy symptoms are making you feel bad. Our team loves to use peppermint in the morning as we are getting ready as it can help give us the boost we need to feel better. We have also found that peppermint oil can help improve skin conditions such as dry skin or acne prone skin.
Frankincense isn't as popular as peppermint oil but we believe it provides great benefits for those who are suffering with chest congestion and other allergy symptoms. Frankincense has shown that it can provide anti-inflammatory properties to those who are suffering from congestion or even more serious cases such as bronchitis. Chest congestion is typically caused by inflammation of the chest or an excess of mucus which can cause wheezing, coughing or asthma like symptoms. Frankincense oil can be beneficial for these symptoms as it will help sooth the inflammation that has built up in your throat and chest.
Our team has found that Eucalyptus oil is a great option for those who are looking for a natural extract to help with their allergy symptoms. Eucalyptus is commonly found in many different beauty and health products because of the calming properties it brings. Eucalyptus is a great oil to blend with other oils such as peppermint because they will provide extra anti-inflammatory and soothing properties to the user.
Eucalyptus is often recommended for those who are having respiratory issues or inflammation because of the quickness in which it can provide relieve. We have found that by using Eucalyptus it is possible to see a reduction in chest congestion, sore throat symptoms, and nasal congestion. This is why we typically recommend Eucalyptus as the best essential oil for sore throat.
Lemon based essential oils are great for helping to treat nasal congestion and sneezing issues that are typically caused by seasonal allergies. Lemon oil shouldn't be confused with lemon juice that is used in cooking as they are two separate products that happen to have the same main ingredient. Lemon essential oil is a lemon extract that can be applied directly to the skin or it can be used in a diffuser to push the oil into a breathable form. Lemon has shown that it can be effective to help reduce and slow down the spread of bacteria which is a great benefit for those who are suffering for bacteria based allergies.
We understand how annoying allergies can be but we hope that our article will help you find relief to your allergy symptoms. We recommend you read our guide about the best essential oil for more information.
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