Excellent Eucalyptus Essential Oil to Help with the Weather Changes

The weather has been very unpredictable lately, at least in the UK where we love. One day has been warm and sunny, the next cold and cloudy. Such weather changes often lead to epidemics of colds and flus, sinusitis and other common illnesses. We’ve had it all in our household. Even I had a terrible proper flu for a few weeks – I haven’t suffered such a bad flu in years! It was one of those ones where all your muscles ache, you have terrible shivers and high fever, ears and nose are blocked… you get the idea!

But thankfully there are wonderful remedies out there that can really help with these illnesses that we all get at some point in our lives. For me, one of the best remedies was an essential oil mix called Chill. It is made of the essentials gathered from eucalyptus, pine and citrus. It is very refreshing and opens up a blocked nose in no time. You can mix just two drops of it (it is very strong!) with a carrier oil and apply over your sinuses, nose and temples. Within a few minutes, you can feel your sinuses opening up, your headache easing and you breathing getting better. It was also be used in the bath water to relax your muscles and in a diffuser – when it is diffused into room air, it will also help with opening any blocked noses and with your breathing.



Eucalyptus has been used for centuries for medical purposes, but this blend is especially effective because it combines eucalyptus with pine and citrus oils – the blend really works wonders and I’ll be sure to keep a bottle handy at all times.

What’s even more wonderful about it is that the company who sells it runs projects in Malawi and donates part of the money for educational projects there. Over the past years, they have build schools, planted trees, educated farmers, and fed kids in one of the poorest countries on this planet.

If you would like to try out this wonderful blend at a cheaper price, do get in touch with us and we can make it happen.






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