Cold & Flu Season Boost Your Respiratory System

Research shows the essential oils in the respiratory support recipe contain anti-bacterial, antihistamine, anti-allergic, anti-spasmodic and bronchio-dilating properties, among others, which make it useful for relieving respiratory conditions and associated symptoms of swelling and itching

Essential Oils to Use:

To 5 ml (100 drops) euro-dropper bottle add:

Eucalyptus globulus and radiata

How to Use

One of the very best ways to use your respiratory support formula is as a respiratory steam, in bowl of steaming water.

Add 3-4 drops to a large ceramic bowl. You may want to pre-heat your bowl so the waters stay warm longer. Cover your head with a towel to capture the steam. Be sure to close your eyes so the essential oil vapors do not get into your eyes.

Read my first article in this series: 8 Best Essential Oils for Cold & Flu  Symptoms.

†These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All statements on this website are intended for informational purposes only.


  • KG

    Hi Bryan,
    There’s really no comparison. Manuka is a great oil though not very well known and more expensive than some of the more commonly known oils like the Sweet Orange and Lavender. Melissa, though a great oil, is expensive and often adulterated. The Cold & Flu Respiratory Support offers full spectrum support for respiratory issues using oils that are fairly inexpensive and easy to find. If you love your respiratory blend and get great results then it’s the one that’s right for you! Thanks for sharing!!

  • Bryan

    How would these compare to simply Manuka Essential oil & a drop of either sweet orange / Melissa/ or lavender?

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