Seasonal allergies may occur at the end of winter or spring or even at the end of summer and autumn. Occasionally, you may experience an allergy to a plant, or you may experience an allergic reaction continuously during specific seasonal months. It is most often manifested by swelling of mucous membranes, lacrimation of eyes, sneezing, difficulty breathing.
While there is not much research into promoting the use of aromatherapy in allergies, their number is still growing more and more. If you proceed cautiously and systematically, essential oils could benefit you. Try nasal inhaler for allergy from Altevita.sk, which contains a mixture of the following 100% essential oils:
- eucalyptus – is known as an anti-inflammatory medicine and its cooling sensation, which you feel when inhaled, can also help you to relieve and treat seasonal allergies
- lemon – essential oils with citrus aroma are often used in aromatherapy to increase alertness and energy, lemon essential oil can also help clean the nasal cavities and clogged nose – common symptoms of seasonal allergies
- rosemary – has antiseptic effects, works against headaches, used in asthma, sinusitis, bronchitis or nose inflammation
- lavender – may help relieve symptoms during the allergic period due to its ability to soothe and alleviate inflammation
- basil – used in respiratory tract infections, asthma, headache and cough
I am generally very lucky because I do not suffer any difficulties and try to take care of myself, which is also reflected in my physical condition. I don’t suffer from allergies. Although I had an allergy as a child, I have already grown up from it. However, I remember the ever-clogged nose at the end of August and early September, it is not pleasant. I can imagine that inhaling a combination of these fresh oils can greatly help. I feel especially basil and eucalyptus there. At least it will certainly help if you are breathing bad and your nose is clogged, I checked it myself.
Ingredients: 100% Pure Essential Oils Eucalyptus Globulus, Citrus Limon, Rozmarinus Officinalis, Lavandula Angustifolia, Ocimum Basilicum