Ease Your Seasonal Disorder Symptoms with these Essential Oils

DISCLAIMER: This blog post is for informational purposes ONLY and is not intended to replace the advice of a licensed physician.

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If you suffer from seasonal disorders, you know how frustrating it can be, especially at certain times of the year. You might be allergic to animals, even pets, or you might have certain seasonal disorders like pollen, trees, or grass. There are so many different types  and so many different ways that people can be affected. One thing that most people with seasonal disorders have in common: they suffer through symptoms that can range from mildly annoying to severely debilitating.

Did you know that essential oils might be able to bring you some relief to your symptoms? That’s right; the sneezing, itchy eyes, rashes, and even congestion could be helped by certain essential oils.

Most people are aware of what their  triggers are but they don’t know that essential oils can help, and they don’t know specifically which oils or blends to use to help them with their seasonal disorder symptoms.

Let’s take a look at some essential oils  and how they work to help ease your symptoms.

eucalyptus blue

Eucalyptus – You can get Eucalyptus Blue, which is an excellent option for helping with many seasonal disorder related symptoms. It has a great scent when diffused, also. Eucalyptus Globulus is often used in skin care products. It has cleansing properties. Then you have Eucalyptus Radiata which is often used for massage. It will stimulate and rejuvenate. Because this oil is so strong, you should always mix with a carrier oil before using it, especially if applying directly to the skin. You can massage it into your neck, chest, or back a few times a day to help ease  symptoms.


Lemon –  You probably already know that lemon is used worldwide in many cleansers and soaps. It has a nice, refreshing scent and this makes it attractive as an essential oil also. Lemon is a fundamental component in many essential oil products, and it can also help some people with their symptoms. There are natural antihistamine properties in lemon, so many people find this very helpful but don’t ingest or gargle with it unless you get food grade lemon oil.


Peppermint –  You can open up your sinuses with peppermint essential oil instead of Vick’s vapor rub. Peppermint also invigorates the senses and creates feelings of peace in many people. You can apply this oil to your throat twice a day, or you can also mix it with a carrier oil and apply around the nose. Some people also experience benefit just from smelling the peppermint oil.

You can also use all three of these combined, or any combination of the three essential oils by blending them together.

If you have very sensitive skin due to allergies, and you are new to essential oils or using a specific oil for the first time, it’s always important to test it a bit first. You can also dilute or mix the oil with a carrier oil to help prevent skin irritation or other sensitivities. Enjoy!

Want to learn more about essential oils, then check out my Young Living Essential Oils website.

DISCLAIMER: This blog post is for informational purposes ONLY and is not intended to replace the advice of a licensed physician.

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