Father of Clinical Ecology, Theron Randolph, a physician, allergist, and researcher – during the 20th century – studied the effects of environmental allergens, chemical sensitivities, and food allergies.
According to Randolph’s research, “Approximately 90% of people have some kind of allergy or sensitivity.” He estimated that 9 out of 10 people have food sensitivities and don’t realize that their symptoms are related to the food they’re eating on a daily basis.
Symptoms of allergies may show up as watery eyes, runny nose, scratchy throat, sneezing, and even trouble breathing.
Sensitivities to foods and environmental substances have also been linked to anxiety, depression, joint pain, asthma, acne, bad breath, constipation, diarrhea, fatigue, brain fog, hyperactivity, puffy eyes and face, and even stubborn to lose weight.
Thankfully certain essential oils can offer a natural, safe and effective way to help you rid yourself of the problem.
Top 6 Essential Oils To Calm Down Allergic Reactions
Here are the top 6 essential oils I recommend using alone, or in a blend to calm down intestinal inflammation, as well as food and environmental allergies.
Find out more about each of these essential oils and any cautions in my article on Curejoy.com.
Allergy Relief Formula – For Symptomatic Relief Of Allergies
To a 5ml (100 drops) colored glass euro dropper bottle add:
- Blue tansy – 50 drops
- Helichrysum – 30 drops
- Blue yarrow – 10 drops
- Peppermint – 5 drops
- Lemongrass – 5 drops
- Eucalyptus – 1–3 drops
Adult: Cap bottle tightly and shake it vigorously to blend oils thoroughly. Allow oils to synergize for 12 hours, or longer before using.
How to use
Dispense 1-3 drops on a cotton ball or perfumer’s smell strip and inhale. May also diffuse into the air. Use as needed for symptomatic relief of allergy symptoms. Refrigeration recommended for keeping oils fresh.
Caution: Please keep oils away from eyes and do not apply oil directly on any open sores as this can cause sensitization to essential oils.