Hay fever, also known as seasonal allergies, is a symptom of your immune system over-reacting to a stimulus such as pollen or animal dander. doTERRA essential oils for allergies are a simple, inexpensive and very effective benefit to the very annoying health problem of allergies. The three oils in the Intro. Kit – Lavender, Lemon, and Peppermint are a great trio to benefit allergies. Either rub all three on the back of your neck of take 5 drops of each internally either in a glass of water or put in a empty capsule. TriEase softgels are a convenient way to get the three oils in a pre-made capsule to take the work out of making your own pills. You may also want to add Melaleuca and/or Frankincense. It works the best as preventative (of course).
I have a bad fungus allergy and was really congested the other day from it. I took the three oils and man, I tell you, it helped immediately and powerfully. I’m not kidding. It not only helped with the congestion but it helped my back relax a bunch too (my back always gets really bad when I have allergies because of the inflammation).
Another oil I’ve had good luck with recently is because I have a problem with whole body histamine intolerance. I got a lot of relief from taking Thyme in a capsule, 2 drops 3 times a day.
Have you tried doTERRA for allergies? We would love to know your experiences with them!
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