RESPIRATION Therapeutic Essential Oil Blend – 10 ml
Add a few drops to your Himalayan Salt Inhaler or Aromatherapy Diffuserfor respiratory relief from asthma cold, and allergy like symptoms.
The three champions of combating respiratory issues, Eucalyptus, Siberian Fir, and Niaouli, have been blended to create a powerful essential oil therapy for easier breathing and relief.
Eucalyptus essential oil is the go to essential oil for respiratory health. Its strong antiseptic properties help to eliminate and prevent virus’s bacteria and infections. Eucalyptus is a powerful decongestant that helps to break up mucous. Combined with its calming and anti-inflammatory properties, it is an essential ingredient in any breathe easy blend.
Siberian Fir essential oil is noted for its anti-infectious properties, ability to open airways and thereby bringing relief to breathing difficulties.
Niaouli essential oil, derived from the young leaves and twigs of Australia’s largest evergreen tree, is not to be missed in this respiratory support blend. Niaouli is power packed with so many therapeutic properties; analgesic, antiseptic, anti-bacterial, decongestant, expectorant, febrifuge and vermifuge. The wonders of this oil get put to work dealing with fevers, flu, chest infections, colds, tuberculosis, bronchitis, whooping cough, pneumonia, sinusitis, asthma, sore throats, laryngitis and catarrh.
This oil can be dropped into hot water for steam inhalation, or more conveniently added to our Himalayan Salt inhalers for a double bang of healing power.
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