Due to the inhalation of an allergen (pollen), pollen allergy causes bronchial spasms, an inflammatory state of the nasal walls, nasal discharge, sneezing and watery eyes. When it comes to fighting against the discomforts of everyday life, essential oils have amazing properties. But which ones to use? In which way? How will they act?Related articles [View] - ENT and respiratory problems - Asthma and essential oils - Cerumen plug and essential oils - Stuffy nose and essential oils - Hiccups and essential oils - Snoring and essential oils
Restricted to + 6 years. By skin, 1 drop of Annual Tansy in 4 drops of vegetable oil in application on the forearms, 2 times a day for 7 to 10 days maximum.
More details: how to use Annual Tansy correctly
To stop your allergies, take your empty bottle, and add :
Cap (click!), homogenize and then label your bottle. Your synergy is ready !
Dermally, apply 5 drops of this synergy to each forearm, 2 to 3 times a day for 7 to 10 days.
Repeat as needed.
YES. Adults, children over 6 years old.
NOT. Pregnant and nursing women, children under 6 years old.
These precautions apply under the conditions of application and dosage cited above. If in doubt, ask your question on our forum and consult your doctor.
Chamazulene is a sesquiterpene well known for its anti-allergic and more particularly antihistaminic properties.
Indeed, chamazulene inhibits the release of histamine, decreasing at the same time the capillary permeability induced by histamine. Its action will reduce sneezing, nasal discharge and stinging of the eyes.
In addition, the anti-inflammatory properties of chamazulene are known; it inhibits the synthesis of leukotrienes B4, molecules involved in triggering inflammation. Finally, Annual Tansy essential oil contains a monoterpene ketone (camphor) with mucolytic and expectorant activity. It thus increases the respiratory amplitude.
Terpene esters (linalyl acetate, lavandulyl acetate) and monoterpenol (linalool) are known for their calming and sedative properties.
In a quality Fine Lavender essential oil, there should be 30-50% of the former and 25-35% of the latter. Linalool and linalyl acetate act symbiotically to inhibit nerve stimulation in muscles, thus preventing their involuntary contraction. Linalool inhibits tremors while linalyl acetate has a sustained muscle relaxing action. These two molecules give the essential oil of Lavender Fine an ultra-powerful antispasmodic action. In addition, Fine Lavender essential oil is the most calming and soothing of all lavender essential oils.
Citronellal, a monoterpene aldehyde, found in many essential oils, is known mainly for its anti-inflammatory properties.
In a quality Lemon Eucalyptus essential oil, it should be present in a large majority (65 to 82% of constituents). Citronellal modulates the body's immune response to external aggression and mobilizes leukocytes, generating a notorious anti-inflammatory activity. Moreover, it allows to fight against the respiratory muscular spasms and calms the involuntary contractions. Its antispasmodic action is thus added to that of the essential oil of Fine Lavender. Finally, citronellal is known for its calming and sedative action by acting effectively on the nervous system. It results in a delicious feeling of appeasement...
The Argan vegetable oil is the queen of vegetable oils intended for skin application. Its fine particles are easily absorbed by the epidermis. The essential oils that will be integrated into it will therefore not be trapped on the surface of the skin. Moreover, it repairs and regenerates the skin easily attacked by pollution or the sun.Pollen allergy - Pack...
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