Five Essential Oils for Allergies

April 13, 2016

The sneezing, watery eyes, and rashes that come with allergies are no fun at all! But we’ve got you covered with 5 great essential oils to ease allergy symptoms and breakouts. We’ve also included each oil's “bonus” effects. Some oils ease allergies while promoting rest, some calm nerves, some lighten moods, or ease headaches. Pick the one that’s right for you.

1. Cajeput
With a Tea-tree like aroma, Cajeput will relieve skin allergy breakouts. Add 5 drops to a diffuser or personal inhaler, or apply a few drops with a carrier oil like Coconut or Jojoba to skin allergy breakouts.
Bonus: It will also help ease cold symptoms or aching muscles.

2. Helichrysum- Splendidum
With a Floral, bright, sweet, aroma, this oil will ease general allergies as well as rashes and hives associated with them. Diffuse, place in a personal inhaler or mix with a carrier oil and apply to skin. Use 5-6 drops in any case.
Bonus: It can also help ease achy muscles, coughs, dermatitis, eczema, hives, and psoriasis.

3. Nerolina
Its floral and slightly woody aroma can help ease congestion, allergies and cold symptoms, while relaxing and calming. Add 5 drops to a personal inhaler or diffuser.
Bonus: It can help with sleeplessness, as well as ease cramps, sore muscles, and congestion.

4. Roman Chamomile
A sweet and slightly fruity aroma that has hints of herbs. This oil can ease allergy symptoms and also relaxes and calms. Add 5 drops to a personal inhaler or diffuser.
Bonus: Eases migraines, sleeplessness, asthma, and anxiety.

5. Lavender
With an herbaceous, sweet, floral and fresh aroma, Lavender is the go-to oil for most things, including easing allergies. Add 5 drops to a personal inhaler or diffuser, or mix with a carrier oil to apply to skin topically.
Bonus: Eases headaches, aches, and colds. Also, when applied topically, can help with acne.


  • Edens Garden says...

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    On May 01, 2017

  • Lawonda Koerber says...

    I would like to get your weekly news letter are any other information you can help me with on essential oil . I buy your essential oils but I get them through Amazon because I have never been able to register for your web for some reason . I just placed an order today for your lavender spike in your Levander spikenard . So I was reading about the spikenard because I really didn’t know the difference between the two until I reread it . I like the older you send out with the oils and I cut out each little one that I make uncoil recipe of and take that on the bottle so that I know what oil is in there so those little labels really help . Thank you for listening I like your product very much been using it for almost 3 years

    On April 30, 2017

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Kara! You can use any carrier oil to dilute an essential oil, but it’s mostly recommended that you diffuse this oil to help with allergy symptoms. When using topically, apply to the wrists.

    On September 21, 2016

  • Kara says...

    What carrier oil would you recommend using with Lavender so I can apply it to the skin?? Where is a good place to apply it on the skin??

    On September 20, 2016

  • Katie says...

    Hi! My father has sleep apnea and also suffers from hypersensitive nasal passages. I want to get him oil/oil blend for nighttime diffusing to help relieve his symptoms, hopefully cutting down on his snoring, and allowing him to sleep better. What suggestions do you have to help him? Thank you!

    On June 29, 2016

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