Tea Tree Essential Oil was Kind Enough to Share Some Recipes . . .
It’s your good friend Tea Tree essential oil writing to you today.
Andrea invited me to make a guest appearance on the Aromahead Blog, because I know a lot about using essential oils for natural allergy relief.
I have a real passion for:
- Helping people breathe clearly and easily
- Supporting immunity
- Reducing germs
- And helping people feel like their best selves, day in and day out!
Here’s one of my BIGGEST TIPS about natural allergy relief . . .
Replace your store-bought household cleaners and products
with homemade essential oil versions.
It may seem like a good idea to get the harshest cleaners you can find and surround yourself with those, so you get rid of any and all germs and allergens . . .
. . . but I have to say that being surrounded by harsh chemicals can set your immune system on edge.
It’s as though your body is on a constant “low level alert,” responding to harsh fumes (even if you can’t smell them), and the presence of toxins.
Then you get ongoing symptoms, like inflammation, congestion, sneezing, sniffling, and watery eyes.
Why not remove that stress, so your body can finally calm those chronic symptoms?
Why not use essential oils for cleaning?
We actually SUPPORT your health instead of challenging it.
Here’s an all-surface spray cleaner recipe you can use to get started . . .
Tea Tree’s Favorite Spray Cleaner for Household Surfaces
- 2 oz (60 ml) water
- 2 oz (60 ml) 190 proof alcohol (Everclear works well!)
- 4 oz (120 ml) English Thyme hydrosol (Thymus vulgaris)
- 35 drops Tea Tree essential oil (Melaleuca alternifolia)
Make your blend in an 8 oz (240 ml) glass spray bottle.
Pour the alcohol into the glass bottle and add the Tea Tree essential oil. Let this sit for about 1 hour. This gives the alcohol time to “disperse” the essential oil through your cleaning blend.
Add the water and hydrosol into the glass spray bottle.
Shake it all up very well, and then use it on surfaces that respond well to water.
Combine the water, hydrosol, and essential oil in the spray bottle, shake it all up very well, and then use it on surfaces that respond well to water.
In addition to getting rid of germs and distributing the essential oil, the alcohol will act as a preservative and maintain your cleaning blend’s shelf life.
I also suggest learning more ways to use essential oils for natural allergy relief.
My friend Andrea Butje has a free webinar about it!
On the webinar, Andrea will teach you to make your own cleaning products, inhalers, and more.
She’ll tell you which essential oils to use for natural allergy relief, and why they work.
You’ll also learn about essential oil safety—because while we essential oils are very natural, we should still be treated with respect.
Before I end my guest post about natural allergy relief, I just have to say . . .
I’m so sorry that so many of you are suffering from allergies!
This should not be something that becomes accepted as a fact of life.
Andrea would love to help you create a system for natural allergy relief, so you can feel better all the time.
And she’ll only teach you techniques that she KNOWS work—because she used them herself to completely get rid of her own allergies.
Okay, that’s all the time I have today. Thank you for having me here as your blog guest!
Tea Tree essential oil (Melaleuca alternifolia)
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