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AAA: Which Essential Oils Help With Breathing?

AAA: Which Essential Oils Help With Breathing?

When it comes to cough and cold season, our lungs could use a little T.L.C. Along with natural methods like inhaling steam and adding a humidifier to your home, essential oils can help open and strengthen the respiratory system when cough and congestion take hold. Don’t waste another breath with our aromatherapist’s top EO constituents for better breathing.

1,8- cineole

Perhaps the most recognized essential oil constituent for aiding a flurry of respiratory conditions, 1,8- cineole is the primary component of Eucalyptus oil. This component is what gives Eucalyptus its well-recognized, cool, medicinal aroma. 1,8- cineole’s anti-inflammatory, mucolytic and action against bacterial respiratory pathogens makes cineole-rich oils worthy of any well-stocked medicine cabinet. 

1,8-cineole-rich oils*: Cajeput, Niaouli, Saro, Ravintsara, Helichrysum Gymnocephalum, Eucalyptus Radiata, Eucalyptus Smithii, Eucalyptus Globulus

Menthol

Another famedconstituent for respiratory wellness, menthol touts the ability to reduce cough and open airways. Menthol is the foremost constituent of Peppermint oil, giving it its characteristic minty, fresh aroma. Unlike 1,8- cineole, menthol is naturally occurring in only a select few commercial essential oils, including Peppermint.

Menthol-rich oils*: Peppermint

Camphor 

No, not Camphor the essential oil. Although Camphor EO does contain around 8- 9% of the eponymous constituent. This component has been shown tohelp open airways and clear congestion. Like 1,8- cineole, camphor has a medicinal, clean aroma. Camphor is found in a handful of essential oils, in moderate amounts (up to 20% or so). This component also comes with its safety precautions and should be used with caution. Check the following oil’s product pages for specific safety guidelines.

Camphor-rich oils*: Camphor, Rosemary Moroccan, Spike Lavender, Rosemary Spanish, Sage

Camphene

In a test performed on rabbits, camphene was found to exhibitexceptional mucolytic benefits. Found in many tree and fir oils, camphene’s aroma is characteristically earthy and terpenic. Like camphor, camphene is only available in moderate amounts in essential oils. 

Camphene-rich oils*: Silver Fir, Spruce, Valerian, Siberian Fir

A-pinene

As its name suggests, a-pinene is known for its earthy, pine-like aroma. A-pinene is a monoterpene often used to aid a variety of respiratory conditions, including bronchitis and cough. Oils rich in a-pinene, such as Frankincense Sacra and Cypress, are known as some of the best for respiratory conditions, helping to return breathing to normal. 

A-pinene-rich oils*: Camphor, Spruce, Myrtle, Kunzea, Douglas Fir, Juniper Berry, Cistus, Frankincense Carterii, Cypress, Frankincense Sacra

Synergy Blends for Breathing

Many of EG’s synergy blends for breathing contain the oils recommended within this article. Our bestselling Breathe Easier blend, for example, is a healthful blend of Lemon, Peppermint, Eucalyptus and Rosemary. We also suggest using these individual oil recommendations in synergy to bolster their therapeutic benefits towards breathing. 

*Oils listed in order of smallest component percentage to greatest based on the GC/MS reports of individual oils at the time of writing. Check oil’s GC/MS reports for percentages of naturally-occurring components.

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Ingrid Louise Lawrence

April 10, 2020

Put me on your mailing list because I’m posting a lot of your items to Facebook for other people to buy I believe in aromatherapy but also if Wi-Fi radiation in microwaves utilize and attach to 98% of your oxygen what aromatherapy oils should we use with our shungite and orgonite to block EMF or detox from the effects of Wi-Fi?

Edens Garden

March 31, 2020

Hi Bev! We’ve never tested Young Living’s oils so we can’t speak to their products, but we can speak to our products. All of our oils are 100% pure and of the highest quality available, which we ensure by testing each oil batch in a variety of ways including GC/MS. GC/MS tests reveal exactly what’s in an oil. World-renowned essential oil chemists from Essential Oil University analyze these tests for quality and purity. These tests are available on each of our single oil’s product pages under “Reports.”

Furthermore, we do not offer wholesale, distributors and we do not have brick-and-mortar stores. Direct-to-consumer businesses, like ours, are therefore able to offer products at a much more affordable and practical price as we do not have as many overhead costs.

We offer free US shipping and a 30 day return policy if you’re ever unsatisfied with a product.

Bev

March 31, 2020

How do your oils differ from young living oils.