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Herbal Allergy Ease Salve Stops the Itch

January 05, 2016 13 Comments

Herbal Allergy Ease Salve Stops the Itch

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For those times when potential allergens exit and irritate the skin or stress presents you with hives! Reach for Herbal Allergy Ease Salve Blend to stop the itch and calm the skin. Many of us have had positive results using equal amounts of therapeutic Lemon, Lavender and Peppermint {LLP} for allergies - internally and externally.

Herbal Allergy Ease Salve kicks things up a notch with the added benefits of Eucalyptus radiata, Rosemary and Frankincense inspired by a topical use blend that helped a very ill young man recover from brutal welts as his body pushed out allergens. His story will be told in a future post! Let's back up and revisit the blend of equal parts Lemon, Lavender and Peppermint - this combination creates a natural antihistamine which you can enjoy without the synthetic version's side effects of sleepiness, dry mouth and more.

Many EO users add 3 to 4 drops of each to a gelatin capsule and take the therapeutic oils internally, some add the oils to Naked Salve, Naked Salve recipe a simple, organic base that protects the skin while it seals in the essential oils for topical issues. Whichever application you choose, it's a brilliant combination! Why add to the LLP protocol then? While the LLP protocol can be very helpful internally, a topical protocol may be needed as well. Eucalyptus, Rosemary and Frankincense were the natural choices and I'll explain why...

  1. Eucalyptus radiata has the ability to reduce foul odor resulting from severe allergy induced welts/necrotic ulcers and promotes healing. It's anti-inflammatory anti-bacterial benefits and cineole content compliment added Rosemary for a positive synergistic effect.
  2. Rosemary stimulates blood circulation, combined with CW Lavender reduces levels of cortisol - a stress hormone, thereby giving the body a better chance to heal.
  3. Frankincense is regenerative, enhances all other essential oils and has no known adverse side effects. Frankincense is very gentle and can be used neat if warranted (undiluted).

    Testimonial for Herbal Allergy Ease Salve - dairy inflicted skin irritation. "I'm not necessarily lactose intolerant but my skin reacts almost instantly when I eat rich dairy like a milkshake or ice cream.  Within minutes the itching begins and it's horrible especially on my arms. On those occasions when I want to splurge I make sure I have my jar of CW's Allergy Ease with me because in 2 minutes time of rubbing this salve over the itchy irritation it's GONE! Love this stuff!  -Cameron

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      13 Responses

      Rebecca
      Rebecca

      May 10, 2017

      Absolutely!

      Jane
      Jane

      May 10, 2017

      Is this good for winter excessive dry skin? My husband can’t sleep at night when his ankles itch so bad from his socks.

      Becky Barber
      Becky Barber

      May 10, 2017

      Would this be safe on dogs? Thank you for your interesting blogs‼️

      Amber
      Amber

      May 10, 2017

      would this work for bug bites in the spring/summer?

      Julie Craig
      Julie Craig

      May 10, 2017

      Can this be used on pets with skin itchies?

      Robin
      Robin

      May 10, 2017

      Yea! I’ve been looking up hives recipes but they seem to take days to work. Hives will go away by itself in days! I need something quick when the boys touch something that has nuts in it. Hope I won’t have reason to use it but will have it in my arsenal just in case. Thank you so much for these recipes. Have you found another alternative to the Lemon, Lav. , Peppermint? Something using Fir, Frank and Lavender maybe? Some people clear right up when Fir or Cypress or any tree oil is combined with Frankincense. There must be more combinations than Lemon, Lavender and Frankincense.

      Rebecca
      Rebecca

      May 10, 2017

      Thanks so much! You could substitute Rosemary with Geranium, and congrats to you and yours, grand babies are the best!

      Colleen
      Colleen

      May 10, 2017

      My daughter is in her early pregnancy and I know you should not use Rosemary while pregnant so I was just wondering if there may be something else I could use in place of that? Thank you and I just love your blog!

      Rebecca
      Rebecca

      May 10, 2017

      Absolutely.

      Rebecca
      Rebecca

      May 10, 2017

      In my opinion, yes.

      Rebecca
      Rebecca

      May 10, 2017

      Yes!

      Deanna
      Deanna

      May 10, 2017

      Rebecca,
      would you rub this blend directly on the hives or rash?

      Katherine
      Katherine

      May 10, 2017

      I can’t thank you enough for including your recipes for you salve blends as well as the salve blends themselves. I have been buying and using essential oils for some time and I am always looking for new blends for myself and my family. I have purchased your blends but more often I really enjoy the satisfaction of providing a homemade gift of a soothing natural blend ‘tailor made’ for a loved one. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and talents of combining the best of the essential oil blends. I plan to make this up for my grandson who is having some skin dry patches probably due to the introduction of more formula as his mom has to go back to work.

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