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The dreaded fever, we all know the feeling of a fever coming on. These essential oils will help keep the fever away and can relieve cold and flu symptoms such as headaches, bodily aches and pains, fatigue, congestion and stuffed up airways.
Peppermint Essential Oil:
Starting off with a Nature Spells favorite. Peppermint essential oil has been scientifically proven to have significant antipyretic properties. The main component is menthol. Peppermint oil contains menthol, it has a cooling effect which can help bring your body's core temperature down.
Frankincense Essential Oil:
Frankincense has been used medicinally over the years. It has been proven to boost your immunity and also contains astringent, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, sedative, tonic and disinfectant properties. All of which helps fight the effects of the fever.
Lavender Essential Oil:
The tranquility of this essential oil nature will help lower body temperature and will calmingly help to relieve fevers. The stress relief and sedative properties work wonders for the irritable fever whilst helping fight away the viral and bacterial causes of the over.
Surprising this oil has analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and antipyretic properties that help fight the fever away. Eucaliptus oil is proven to kill certain bacteria that is causing step throat and even fungi. It helps to ease fever symptoms. This essential oil acts as an expectorant, helping to loosen phlegm in the nasal passage and aid in congestions and coughs.
5 Drops of Peppermint
5 Drops of Frankincense
5 Drops of Lavender
3 Drops of Eucalyptus
300 Drops of Carrier Oil (1/2 fl. oz.)
Pure essential oils should not be used directly on the skin. Always dilute essential oils with a Carrier before applying.
Application: Roller Bottles
Avoid With irregular heartbeat or G6PD
Best avoid in pregnancy
May be Neurotoxic
Possible skin irritant
Possible skin sensitizer if oxidized
Do not use on children
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