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STEP 13 - TAKE A DEEP BREATH

By the time young adults head off to college, they’ve probably figured out how to manage any RESPIRATORY issues they have.

They know which Essential Oils to use, as well as what sets off their sniffling and wheezing.

 

But college often comes with a whole new set of environmental threats, whether campus is located half an hour or several states away. There will be new plants, new materials, and new environmentswhich often mean new respiratory issues.

 

This is why it’s important to have oils that support the respiratory system ready.

The power trio of LEMON, LAVENDER, and PEPPERMINT Essential Oils is always a must when new environments are involved. The combination of these three oils can help support the respiratory system. These oils can be used aromatically by putting a few drops of each in a diffuser, topically by mixing one drop of each with Fractionated Coconut Oil and applying to the skin, or internally by putting a drop of each in a gel capsule.

And, of course, we can’t forget the RESPIRATORY BLEND. This blend combines Eucalyptus, Peppermint, Cardamom, Lemon, and other Essential Oils to help promote and maintain feelings of clear breathing and open airways. Put three to five drops in a diffuser, smell directly out of the bottle, or mix with Fractionated Coconut Oil and apply to the back of the neck or the chest.

Other Essential Oils that support the respiratory system:

Eucalyptus

Cardamom

Black Pepper

Coriander

Frankincense

Juniper Berry

Lime

Protective Blend

Rosemary

Thyme

Arborvitae

Cedarwood

QUESTION – DO YOU KNOW ANYBODY WHO SUFFERS FROM SEASONAL THREATS?

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