<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=275329895959644&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">

The Aromahead Blog - Aromatherapy Education and Resources

Spring is here! Time to look to Aromatherapy for allergy relief.

by Andrea Butje on March 23, 2015

My Favorite Ways to Use Aromatherapy for Allergy Relief

Allergies can occur all year round. But every year around this time, I get more people than usual asking me about Aromatherapy for allergy relief.

I’ve written a lot of
blog posts about this topic.


Click on the link and you'll find recipes geared specifically toward different kinds of allergy troubles—like respiratory issues, headaches, and dust mites. Find a few blends that work for you and make your own allergy “first aid kit!”

Some of these recipes can soothe symptoms right away . . . and some are even helpful for clearing up symptoms long term.

No kidding! I used to suffer from allergies, but after using these recipes, I no longer experience symptoms at all!

I do not believe that just because allergy season comes on schedule,
I should be scheduled to suffer.


I'll teach you some of my most effective allergy relief recipes on a FREE webinar that I created:

Aromatherapy for Natural Living: Reduce Allergies Naturally!
You can register for it here.


One of my favorite ways to use Aromatherapy for allergy relief is to make an inhaler.

One of the blends I teach in the free webinar is an inhaler blend. It's amazingly effective!

If you’ve never used an Aromatherapy inhaler, it’s a little lip-balm sized tube with a piece of cotton in it. You soak the cotton in a blend of essential oils, put the cotton into a plastic (or reusable) sleeve, and inhale it as needed throughout the day.

I use 15 drops of essential oil total in my Aromatherapy inhalers. Some of my favorite oils for allergy relief to choose from are:

  • Balsam Fir (Abies balsamea)
  • Peppermint (Mentha x piperita)
  • Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus)
  • Eucalyptus dives (Eucalyptus dives)
  • Frankincense (Boswellia carterii)
  • Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia)
  • Laurel Leaf (Laurus nobilis)


Inhalers are wonderful, but you can't use them while you're asleep! That's when a linen spray can take over.

I like to wash my sheets often (to reduce dust, mites, and other allergens that might collect on the fabric), and to use linen sprays that serve the multiple purposes of reducing dust mites, calming my respiratory system, and helping me get to sleep.

It’s true that allergens are all around you . . . but you can use Aromatherapy all around you, too!

Reduce Your Allergies Naturally Using Essential Oils

Andrea Butje is an internationally-recognized Aromatherapist who has changed the educational paradigm through her inspired approach to teaching essential oils and Aromatherapy Certification. Check out her book, The Heart of Aromatherapy, at Aromatics International!

Topics: allergy relief with essential oils, aromatherapy allergy treatment, aromatherapy inhaler for allergy relief, essential oil allergy relief, Essential Oils, natural allergy treatment

New Call-to-action
Free Class: Introduction to Essential Oils

Available: The Heart of Aromatherapy by Andrea Butje!

heartofaromatherapy

Topics

see all
i-tunes i-tunes google-play