It’s that time of year again when the beautiful buds are blooming, the birds are chirping and you are looking to maintain a strong respiratory system. Sounds idyllic – NOT. Seasonal discomfort is miserable! I love being outside during the Spring and Summer, but if my eyes and nose are bothering me all the time, you can find me inside. That was until I decided to make the change to a more natural approach, and long term solution.
Top 3 Essential Oils to Help Soothe Seasonal Discomfort
Lavender, Lemon and Peppermint essential oils are a powerful way to protect yourself from seasonal and environmental elements. These oils help to maintain feelings of clear airways and easy breathing. These three oils together can help minimize the effects of seasonal threats. And I can attest, they help me breathe clearly! Once you combine the 3 oils, they begin to work their magic and you have a wonderful, natural way of enhancing a healthy immune system.
3 Ways to Use
*Only take internally if your oils are pure therapeutic oils with a supplement facts guide on the bottle. If your oils are otherwise, rub on the bottoms of your feet and cover with a sock. And if you are not sure, then shoot me an email and I can help you out! email@example.com
I highly recommend getting your oils from my favorite company. Just remember a bottle only has to have 10% of the actual oil in it to be considered 100% pure. Yikes! The oils I trust and use are the only ones that are 3rd party tested for purity and potency (read my post on this here), and can be taken internally.
I can’t tell you how amazing it is to feel your senses calm down and feel like you can manage your day normally. It’s a win-win and will leave you feeling amazing.
*Disclaimer: One of the most vital things you must know about essential oils is not all essential oils are created equally. In fact, most of them are worthless to your health and often synthetic. When buying essential oils make sure they are certified therapeutic grade. If you want to order the brand I trust and personally use, email firstname.lastname@example.org.