Essential Oils for Common Cold and Flu

Essential Oils for Common Cold and Flu

Essential oils are great to aid healing. In this video I will go through some of the amazing benefits of these oils. Did you know that almost all essential oils contain natural antibacterial, antiseptic properties and some even contain anti-viral fighting properties? They also work together with your bodies immune system. Amazing right!!!

Essential oils that can help fight colds and flus

• Eucalyptus or Cajeput, mint oil is great for clearing congestion. Diffuse it or get a bowl of warm water add a few drops of oil and put a towel over your head an inhale the steam this will clear any congestion.

• Lemongrass oil help reduce muscle aches and relieve fevers. You can use Lemon oil in a compress – this will help reduce the fever.

• Lemon oil is high in Antibacterial properties and can help reduce any feeling of nausea.

• Tea Tree oil is good for stimulating the nervous system. Tea tree has antiviral, antiseptic properties which help boost your immune system, helping you heal faster. Tip, when travelling I always put tea tree oil on me to avoid getting sick especially on an airplane.

• Ginger oil is also good when you are sick because it promotes strength and wellbeing especially for your body and mind.

• Last but not least Chamomile or lavender essential oil will help you relax and sleep a night.

Hope this information is useful to you guys!

When using essential oils for alternative treatments it is important to make sure you do as much research as possible and talk to an expert. While there is no denying that essential oils are a fantastic way to heal yourself and family in a safe natural way, like everything there is a time and a place for them and it is important to understand when and how to use them.

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