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Hayfever Relief Steam Remedy

June 19, 20164 Comments

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It's that time of year again when seasonal allergies can be a disaster. Try this easy inhalation remedy in a mug, a simple remedy you can do at work or at home. Hayfever Relief never smelled this good or worked so fast! Many of you already know and depend on the natural antihistamine blend of Lavender, Lemon and Peppermint essential oils for allergies. This simple blend of pure essential oils can replace a slew of over the counter options and save you the side effects, it's a powerful, yet simple blend. Direct inhalation gets essential oils into blood stream quickly and efficiently because they're absorbed into the nearby mucous membranes of the nose, mouth and respiratory tract. Seasonal allergies instigate inflammation in the nasal cavities and sinuses resulting in cold like symptoms ie: runny nose, watery eyes, sneezing, itchy eyes, congestion and scratchy throat. By inhaling the natural antihistamine blend suspended in a warm vapor the essential oils head directly where they need to be to help reduce inflammation and ease miserable symptoms quickly. hayfever-steamer Important!  Use caution when handling hot water. Although this is a kid friendly protocol adult supervision is needed at all times.

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    May 10, 2017 at 11:52am

    I’ve been doing this all week and it’s really helping. I can especially feel the peppermint in my sinuses! It’s kind of funny because things taste a bit like peppermint if I eat/drink right after inhaling.


    May 10, 2017 at 11:52am


    Bonnie Jackman Gonzales

    May 10, 2017 at 11:52am

    Love this,sure I will be trying it soon, but the best part is putting it in the diffuser after, no waste of oils, bless you for sharing.


    May 10, 2017 at 11:52am

    Over half of what we call ‘taste’ is actually ‘smell’ … hence why food doesn’t taste near as good when the nose isn’t ‘working!’ :)

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