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5 Best Essential Oils for Allergies + DIY Allergy Blend

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5 Best Essential Oils for Allergies + DIY Allergy Blend

This post will go over the top 5 essential oils for allergies and how to create a DIY allergy blend at home.

Ah, spring.

A beautiful season, filled with flowers, birds, and sunshine.

... And those dreaded allergies.

You know, the runny nose, red itchy eyes, and non-stop sneezing…

Not the greatest time, if you ask us.

Now, if you want to get on with your day (and life), you may turn to traditional allergy medications.

However, did you know that you can treat your allergies naturally with essential oils?

That’s right.

You can get the same (and in some cases, even better) relief from an all-natural approach!

Plus, you won’t have to deal with any drowsy bouts and unwanted side-effects.

This post will go over everything you need to know about using essential oils for seasonal allergy relief.

And, we will also share the top 5 essential oils for allergies.

Let’s get started.


5 Best Essential Oils for Allergies

  1. Eucalyptus Oil

Eucalyptus oil has a revitalizing scent that is sure to freshen up your home.

Additionally, this invigorating oil has anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects, making it especially useful for treating allergies.

  1. Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil has a cleansing and potent aroma.

And among the various essential oils for allergies, tea tree’s ability to kill mold, bacteria, and fungi make it a top choice for natural allergy relief.

Plus, these antimicrobial effects help clear out your environment of any potential allergens that may trigger unwanted symptoms.

  1. Lavender Oil

With its floral and soothing scent, lavender has claimed its rightful spot in the top 5 essential oils for allergies.

Besides emitting a clean and light aroma, this essential oil works to reduce inflammation in the body.

In turn, this eases the severity of seasonal allergy symptoms and makes springtime a lot more bearable for many people.

  1. Lemon Oil

Lemon oil is an absolute must when it comes to using essential oils for allergies.

Not only will the fresh and uplifting scent keep you energized, but it also works to clear your sinuses and reduce congestion.

Bonus Tip: Try mixing a few drops of lemon oil into a spray bottle filled with water and use as an all-natural surface cleaner.

  1. Peppermint Oil

The strong fresh mint scent that peppermint oil has become famous for makes for an excellent natural remedy for allergies.

This is because of its powerful ability to reduce inflammation and unclog sinuses.

Additionally, this essential oil boosts your immune system and strengthens your body’s natural defence against common allergens.

How to Use Essential Oils for Allergies + DIY Allergy Blend

All of the essential oils for allergies mentioned above can be added to a diffuser for therapeutic effects.

Be sure to read the label to determine how many drops to add to your diffuser.

If you want to get a little fancy with your allergy treatment approach, try this DIY allergy blend for a combination of benefits:

Wrapping Up

Using essential oils for allergies is one of the simplest, and most effective, ways to naturally treat your allergy symptoms.

By fighting inflammation, boosting your immune system, and reducing congestion, the 5 essential oils in this post will keep you feeling great all spring!

And they will make a huge difference in your overall wellbeing.

Finally, we really hope you found this post helpful!

Check out our YesWellness YouTube video below for more information on these essential oils. (Don't forget to subscribe :))

P.S. Leave us a comment below telling us how YOU use essential oils for allergies!

Disclaimer

Please consult your doctor or healthcare practitioner before beginning a new allergy treatment approach to ensure that these tips are suitable for your individual health needs. These statements have not been evaluated by Health Canada or the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.