Seasonal allergies can often stop us from having a productive day, let alone a good day. The next time allergy symptoms spring up, shoo them away with Combat Allergies essential oil roll-on. Your new defense symptom against pesky allergens.
Its herbaceous and medicinal aroma offers instant relief with every whiff. Enjoy Combat Allergies by applying it to pulse points daily or whenever symptoms arise.
Diluted to 5% in Fractionated Coconut oil, Combat Allergies roll-on is ready to be used topically.
Safety: Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult physician. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not use internally unless instructed by a licensed aromatherapist or physician.
Shelf Life: 2 Years
- There is nothing worse than itchy eyes, a runny nose and nasal congestion as well as hay fever attacks during allergy season. The great thing is that many essential oils have proven themselves over and over again as effective natural ways to reduce the body's histamine reaction to allergens. These include oils such as Eucalyptus- Globulus, Frankincense- Serrata, Lavender, Chamomile- Roman and more. What is great about all the above oils is that they have been expertly formulated to bring you the best comfort and let you breathe easy and open up the sinus cavities during the months of seasonal allergies so that you don't cringe when this dreaded season comes around. To use, roll the blend onto the palms of the hands, rub hands together and cup hands over the nose breathing in deeply 4-5 to offset seasonal allergies. Repeat as needed.
- There are a few excellent ways to use Combat Allergies for seasonal allergy relief and nasal congestion. 1.) Roll the blend onto the palms of the hands, rub hands together and cup hands over the nose breathing in deeply 4-5 x to offset seasonal allergies. Repeat as needed. 2.) Place a dab of the oil under the nose. 3.) Massage the oil into pulse points and onto the front of the neck and the sternum (breast bone) so that the oils get straight to work as you breathe them in. 3.) Place the roll-on blend onto a face mask when in need of wearing one to reduce allergy symptoms and open up the airways.
- For those prone to skin rashes and skin sensitivities such as with eczema or psoriasis, some essential oils may trigger an allergic outbreak. We suggest you go to a dermatologist and ask for a skin prick test, also called a puncture or scratch test. These tests check for immediate allergic reactions to as many as 50 different substances at once and are performed to identify allergies to pollen, mold, pet dander, dust mites and foods, etc. It’s impossible to say which oils will affect different people - everyone has different sensitivities. Other issues can arise with asthmatics, especially with oils that contain 1,8 cineole and which have the potential to cause further breathing problems. Asthmatics should smell these single oils, which include Eucalyptus globulus, Rosemary ct. 1,8 cineole and Ravintsara, among others.
- There have been a number of studies conducted with humans in trials testing the efficacy of essential oils and seasonal allergies and calming histamine reaction to allergens. For example, a number of studies have shown that components of Eucalyptus- Globulus are effective in suppressing mast cell inflammatory response when one encounters allergens. Mast cells are part of our immune system's defense against invaders and create an inflammatory response in reaction to foreign substances in the body. Lavender, Frankincense and other oils in Combat Allergen blends have shown similar results in studies.
- For those with pollen and seasonal allergies, essential oils can be wondrously freeing, opening up the breath and breaking down mucus buildup so that you can breathe clearly. Many essential oils act as antihistamines stopping mast cell response that causes our bodies to react to outside influences. However, it may take some trials to find the correct essential oil single or essential oil blend that is just right for you. For those with allergies and skin sensitivities, we suggest that you do a skin patch test before trying new essential oils topically.