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This or That: Blends for Respiratory Health

This or That: Blends for Respiratory Health

We often don’t appreciate the simplicity of breathing until congestion, asthma and respiratory infections descend upon us. Thankfully, you can get back to breathing normally in a snap with one of five Edens Garden’s natural synergy blends for respiratory health. But with five blends to choose from, how do you know which one is right for you?

At Edens Garden, we offer multiple blends targeted at the same issue because we understand that synergy blends aren’t one size fits all. Everyone’s chemistry is different, and just as with medication, what works for one may be ineffective to another. Between differences in aroma preference and how well a blend may work for an individual, we feel it’s important to offer options so that everyone can find their perfect blend. With that said, here’s a breakdown of the differences and similarities between our blends that promote respiratory health so you can choose the one that’s right for you.

Breathe Easier

Ingredients: Lemon, Peppermint, Eucalyptus and Rosemary

If you enjoy the aroma of OTC vapor rubs, Breathe Easier is for you. This four-ingredient miracle blend has been a staple for Edens Garden fans for years. It acts to improve immunity, fight bacteria and microbes while dispelling mucus and coughs. Not coincidentally, this blend is a favorite when cold and flu season rolls around.

Breathe In, Breathe Out

Ingredients: Silver Fir, Lavender, Lemon, Frankincense, Sweet Marjoram, Lime, Roman Chamomile, Vetiver, Damiana, Ginger, Spearmint, Vanilla CO2

Formulated to allow optimal inhales and exhales, Breathe In, Breathe Out is immensely effective, yet gentle enough to be used on kids 2+. Aside from clearing airways, there is no common denominator when it comes to the oils in this blend. Derived from fir needles, flower petals, citruses, resins, roots and leaves, this blend combines the healing powers of a variety of plant types, parts and origins, giving it an advantageous complexity.

Deep Breath

Ingredients: Laurel Leaf, Eucalyptus, Peppermint, Tea Tree, Lemon, Ravintsara, and Cardamom

The newest addition to our collection for better respiratory health, Deep Breath is already captivating audiences everywhere. With Deep Breath, you get the best of both worlds, as this blend contains many of the same oils as Breathe Easier and Exhale. From serious infections to minor cold and flu, Deep Breath is a powerhouse and our top pick for some much-needed support.

Exhale

Ingredients: Eucalyptus, Lemon, Tea Tree, Peppermint and Ravensara

Similar to Breathe Easier (sans Rosemary, plus Ravensara and Tea Tree), Exhale is revitalizing to those with congestion, allergies, sinus problems and general respiratory issues. This refreshing blend is a breath of fresh air to anyone feeling bogged down. Additionally, it’s a helpful sidekick to blends like Guardian, Fighting Five and Immunity.

Respiratory Ease

Ingredients: Moroccan Rosemary, Cardamom, Juniper Berry and Hyssop

With an ingredient list unlike other breathing blends we offer, Respiratory Ease contains complex oils that go beyond simple breath work. This blend is great for alternating between other respiratory synergies to increase effectiveness and ensure your body doesn’t become immune to any one blend. Respiratory Ease is recommended for minor cold and flu symptoms.

What’s your favorite blend for respiratory health? Let us know in the comments section!

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18 Responses

Edens Garden

November 06, 2019

Hi Mayu! Here is an article that discusses essential oils and asthma. We recommend consulting with your doctor before using essential oils if you have asthma: https://www.edensgarden.com/blogs/news/aaa-can-i-use-essential-oils-if-i-have-asthma

Mayu

November 06, 2019

Is there anything that helps with asthma? If so is it preventive or treatment?

Edens Garden

November 04, 2019

Hi Sue! Yes, Panaway is comparable to our Muscle Relief synergy blend.

Sue

November 04, 2019

Do you have anything comparable with Young Living’s Panaway? I order all my oils from Eden except what I need in Panaway. It helps with bruising pain or also pain from arthritis. Thank you

Edens Garden

October 16, 2019

Hi Pamela! That’s wonderful to hear. You may also be interested in this article which speaks in detail about essential oils and asthma: https://www.edensgarden.com/blogs/news/aaa-can-i-use-essential-oils-if-i-have-asthma

Pamela

October 16, 2019

So far we’re loving Breath in Breath out and Exhale my twins suffer from severe asthma I started using oils just 3 weeks ago and I’ve noticed such a difference.

Edens Garden

October 14, 2019

Hi Dan! To err on the side of extreme caution, we don’t recommend using essential oils on children under 2 years old unless consulting the child’s pediatrician and an aromatherapist.

Dan B.

October 14, 2019

Are any of these blends ok for 1 yr olds?

Edens Garden

October 09, 2019

Hi Ruthann! We recommend consulting an animal aromatherapist for more information on which essential oils can safely be diffused around pets.

Ruthann Levesque

October 09, 2019

Can I use Breathe Easier if I have dogs and cats in the room I diffuse it in?

Edens Garden

September 24, 2019

Hi Eduardo! What an amazing achievement that is, and another incredible feat to come! Because the temperatures are extremely cold at these high altitudes, I would not recommend any oil or blend with strong mint or oils with a medicinal aroma like eucalyptus. These oils are very cooling on their own. Out of the above recommendations, I would suggest Respiratory Ease and Breathe In, Breathe Out (the spearmint is not very strong in Breathe In, Breathe Out). Both of these blends are available in prediluted roll-ons for convenience of use and easy travel.

Best of luck to you on your journey ahead!

Eduardo Riddle

September 24, 2019

I am climbing Kilimanjaro next month. Last year I hiked the Ausangate glaciers of Peru (+16,000’) and our guide had some oil that we rubbing on our nostrils that seemed to help our breathing at altitude. Can you recommend something for Kilimanjaro?

Edens Garden

August 20, 2019

¡Hola Estanislao! Cuando se trata de afecciones médicas graves, recomendamos trabajar con su médico y un aromatherapist que pueda brindarle pautas seguras que satisfagan sus necesidades individuales.

Estanislao Llacer Perez

August 20, 2019

Tengo la enfermedad EPOC y ya gasto oxigeno,podrían recomendarme algún tipo de tratamiento.
Muchas gracias.

Edens Garden

August 14, 2019

Hi Jane! Due to your medical needs, we recommend working with your doctor and an aromatherapist who can provide you with safe guidelines that meet your individual needs. You may also find this article about the use of aromatherapy on those with asthma to be helpful. I will link to it here: https://www.edensgarden.com/blogs/news/aaa-can-i-use-essential-oils-if-i-have-asthma

Jane Roessner

August 14, 2019

I have cops and asthma would like help in picking out stuff that makes it easier for me to breath. Thank you.

Edens Garden

April 12, 2019

That’s a great idea. Thank you, Sandy!

Sandy

April 12, 2019

I think that Eucalyptus Cardamom should be added to this list for respiratory and congestion relief.