Many of the oils in this blend have been studied for their abilities to open and soothe the tissues of the respiratory system and also for their abilities to combat airborne bacteria and viruses that could be harmful to the system.
Oils in this blend:
Peppermint: is antiseptic, antispasmodic and antinflammatory. It is soothing, cooling and dilating to the system.
Eucalyptus radiata: may have a profound antiviral effect upon the respiratory system. It may also help reduce inflammation of the nasal mucous membrane.
Melaleuca Alternifolia: has antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and expectorant properties. It may also help with bronchitis, coughs and inflammation.
Lemon: promotes health, healing, physical energy and purification. Its fragrance is invigorating, enhancing and warming. It is an antiseptic and is great for the respiratory system.
Ravensara: is a powerful antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal and anti-infectious oil. It may help dilate, open and strengthen the respiratory system. As a cross between clove and nutmeg, it may also help support the adrenal glands.
Body System Affected: The oils in this blend may help it be effective for dealing with various problems related to the Respiratory System and to the skin.
Aromatic Influence: This blend of oils is excellent for opening the respiratory system when the blend is diffused or inhaled and is perfect for nighttime diffusion, allowing for restful sleep.
Application: Apply topically to the chest, back or bottoms of the feet. Diffuse.
Safety Date: Can be iritating to sensitive skin. Dilute for young or sensitive skin.
Companion Oils: Run hot steaming water in sink; put Breathe and wintergreen in water; put towel over head; and inhale to open sinuses that have been blocked by flu, colds or pneumonia. Also try On Guard.
This information was taken form Modern Essentials – A Contemporary Guide to Therapeutic Use of Essential Oils, Page 79.
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