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STEP 12 - SINUS HEAD TENSION

SINUS head tension is usually felt as a generalized feeling of discomfort in the front of the head and sinus area, often accompanied by a runny nose and sore eyes. Sinus discomfort can be felt when seasonal threats are high, such as in the spring, or when the pollen count in the surrounding environment is high.

For relief during such times, choose Essential Oils that help support the airways and clear the nasal passageways:

  • Eucalyptus

  • Peppermint

  • Lemon

  • Rosemary

  • Siberian Fir

  • Spearmint

  • Respiratory Blend

EUCALYPTUS has a high percentage of the chemical constituent eucalyptol, which can help to alleviate sinus pressure that causes discomfort. It can help promote feelings of clear breathing and open airways, especially when applied to the chest, top of the nose, and the temples.

(EUCALYPTUS is also beneficial for the skin, with purifying and cleansing properties, and makes a good surface cleaner and air purifier when diffused.)

PRACTICAL USES

• Combine with Lemon and Peppermint in a spray bottle and use it to wipe down surfaces in your kitchen or bathroom.

• Add one drop to moisturizer and apply to skin for revitalizing benefits.

• To invigorate and promote vitality, take a shower, then place a few drops of EUCALYPTUS in yours hands, cup your hands over your nose, and inhale deeply.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

DIFFUSION: Use three to four drops in the diffuser of your choice.

TOPICAL USE: Apply one to two drops to desired area. Dilute with Fractionated Coconut Oil to minimize any skin sensitivity.

CAUTIONS

Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.

CLEAR THE AIR DIFFUSER RECIPE

  • 3 drops EUCALYPTUS

  • 3 drops Siberian Fir

  • 2 drops Lemon

Diffuse in large open areas to purify and cleanse the air and support the airways and sinuses.

QUESTION – WHAT DO YOU FIND HELPS YOUR SINUSES WHEN SEASONAL THREATS ARE HIGH?

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