Essential Oils For Respiratory

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Essential Oils For Respiratory

The following are essential oils for respiratory:

  • Eucalyptus Essential Oil

The smell of eucalyptus opens the airways of the lung. Eucalyptol, a chemical that breaks down mucus and phlegm, is the active ingredient in this oil allowing asthmatics to breathe easily. It is good to inhale this oil by steam. Add a few drops of oil to warm water, either in a pot or in a steam inhaler. Bend gently and breathe (you can even put a towel on your head to get the full effect). This will expand the restricted airways. It is also good to use it if you have a cold or flu!

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  • Frankincense Essential Oil

Frankincense oil is an expectorant with anti-inflammatory properties. Eliminates congestion of the nasal passages and lungs.

An additional benefit is that this oil combats nervousness, anxiety, and stress. If you feel stressed, this may be the one you want to use.

It’s as good as rubbing the chest: add a few drops of oil to a teaspoon of carrier oil and apply it! Or add some drops to a diffuser and inhale the aroma.

  • essential oilsOregano Essential Oil

Oregano oil has antifungal and antibacterial properties. This oil is also used to protect against colds and flu. A good use of this oil is to create a spray mist. Add 25 drops of oregano oil to 5 ounces of water and use as needed to relieve symptoms.

  • Thyme Essential Oil

Thyme oil is an expectorant, antibacterial and antiseptic. It is believed to stimulate immunity and strengthen the respiratory system. It fights colds, coughs and all the symptoms associated with asthma. It is very useful in therapy with steam or steam to facilitate breathing and reduce wheezing.

  • Clove Essential Oil

This is also one of the essential oils for respiratory. This oil has effective analgesic, anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic properties that allow it to fight asthma. Do not apply clove oil directly on your skin. If you want to use it as a cloth, be sure to dilute it first with a carrier oil.

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