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The Best Essential Oils for Traveling

The Best Essential Oils for Traveling

Whether you’re hitting the road to visit family or jetting off on a fabulous vacation, traveling can disrupt your health. To help make your trip a little easier, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best essential oils to use while on-the-go.

Peppermint: With a cool and clearing aroma, Peppermint can ease tummy troubles, muscle tension and help open up nasal passages. It's the perfect addition to a long hot shower after hours of traveling.

Fighting Five: Give your immune system a boost with Fighting Five. This blend of Clove, Cinnamon, Rosemary, Lemon and Eucalyptus can restore your vibrancy by helping to eliminate airborne bacteria and germs. Especially useful on an airplane, Fighting Five can help disinfect while it protects against infection. Try making your own Fighting Five hand sanitizer to take on the plane.

Frankincense Caterii: Refresh your skin while alleviating stress and fatigue by packing some Frankincense Caterii. If you spend too much time in the sun, Frankincense Caterii can help soothe a sunburn when mixed with carrier oil.

Digest Ease: Trying unique foods and flavors is part of the fun of traveling. The downside is the possibility of stomach issues. Digest Ease is a natural way to help alleviate discomfort. For car sickness or nausea, gently inhale Digest Ease and restore balance. Also, try making a DIY Digest Ease in a Roll-On for easy use while traveling.

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Reggie Chiaramonte

September 05, 2019

Thanks very much!

Edens Garden

September 05, 2019

Hi Reggie! You could make a hand sanitizing spray by combining 35 drops of Fighting Five with 1 tbsp of 190 proof grain alcohol. Let sit for a few hours before adding 3 tbsp of distilled water. Transfer your mixture to a 2 oz glass spray bottle and shake well.

Reggie Chiaramonte

September 05, 2019

The article mentions making hand sanitizer with Fighting Five, but I can’t find a recipe on the blog. Is it possible to post a link with instructions on making the hand sanitizer? Thanks!

Edens Garden

February 12, 2018

Hi Sally! Yes, you can apply the diluted oil behind your ears, to your wrists, to the inside of your elbows and on other pulse points. You can also use Fighting Five in a personal inhaler

Sally

February 10, 2018

Flying out on Monday…afraid of germs and the flu.. I bought the “fighting five” oil.. like to know where to apply it before I get on the plane? A few drops behind the ears? Ty

Edens Garden

January 29, 2018

Hi Cindi! Yes, using Fighting Five in a personal inhaler is a great way to use this blend.

Cindi Riggins

January 26, 2018

Is it safe to use Fighting Five in a personal inhaler?