Use essential oils for colds and flu
If you’ve caught a cold or the flu, there’s never been a better time to begin exploring the powerful therapeutic benefits of aromatherapy. And after you’ve experienced the healing qualities offered by essential oils for colds and flu, we’ll leave you with some suggestions for building up your immune system to protect you through future cold and flu seasons. If you’re ready for some relief, then please read on!
Essential oils for colds and flu symptoms
You’re feeling miserable, so let’s get right to the relief part. Here are some aromatherapy suggestions for instant relief of common cold and flu symptoms:
Congestion is commonly caused by excess mucus, but can also be the result of swelling in the sinuses. Relieve congestion using:
These essential oils can also be added to a hot water compress, as well as a warm bath for congestion relief.
A deep chest cough is one of the most uncomfortable symptoms associated with the common cold or respiratory flu. For deep cough relief:
Apply twice daily (or more) to your throat, chest and back.
Natural remedies for colds are typically most effective when inhaled.
Essential oils for cold and flu prevention
There is no cure for the common cold, so prevention is the key to staying healthy. Here are some aromatherapy basics to keeping your immune system strong through the cold and flu season.
Oregano essential oil – massage a drop or two into the bottom of your feet.
Cinnamon essential oil – we love the aroma of cinnamon for a reason – it’s a great immunity booster!
Eucalyptus essential oil – keep a bottle handy to inhale whenever you find yourself surrounded by people exhibiting cold and flu symptoms.
Stay healthy with these essential oils for colds and flu.
Aromatherapy Consultation with Elena (Virtual)
The consultation will assist in your journey to better health and well-being. You will discover how therapeutic essential oils can be incorporated into your life easily and naturally.
A personal essential oil blend will be posted to you, worldwide as part of this fascinating hour.