There are lots of great Essential Oils that can help build an immunity for us hard working Mothers and for our Children too. Some good ones to keep in mind for flu and cold seasons, or when our children are in school and are really exposed to so many germs daily while bringing them home, or when we are in a heavily populated area or place like an Amusement Park:
*Eucalyptus, Thyme, Clove, Rosemary, Lemongrass, and Lemon.
These can be quite strong and intense to work with and can really irritate some people’s sensitive skin, so here are some lighter versions of these good immune system builders too:
*Chamomile, Geranium, Lavender and Tea Tree.
It’s very important to dilute these as they are the most common to have a toxic effect when used improperly.
Another good way to build our family’s immune system with Aromatherapy oils is to use them in an Aromatherapy Diffuser. Floracopeia carries an amazing model called an Aromatherapy Nebulizer and it VAPORIZES the oil into small molecules that are then easily absorbed into the respiratory system. Also, less oil is needed in the Aromatherapy Nebulizer. Just a few drops of any blend of these oils is needed in the diffuser, which also helps save your Aromatherapy oils, as well as it is purifying the air in your environment and purifying any air-borne illnesses or viruses.
Using Aromatherapy blends such as:
Floracopeia’s Tea Tree oil (from South Africa) Lemon, Rosemary and Thyme in perhaps in a small spray bottle optimizes their effectiveness and these Aromatherapy benefits for Mothers and children are so quick and easy too. Just a few drops in some carrier oil such as Merula or Coconut or Sesame oil, but using the Aromatherapy Diffuser really might be the most effective way to use these Immune Building Oils as they only require a small amount to go a long way. It’s so easy for your system to process this NO HEAT method of vaporizing the oil!
I know having young children so many germs are spread around and I like the idea of attacking these germs with multiple methods and sources such as lots of hand washing with a anti-bacterial soap. I’ve made a few of my own hand soaps just using some Dr. Bronners soap such as the Lavender or Tea Tree which is anti-microbial and smells nice and relaxing with some Tea Tree oil or Lavendar. I think a good plan for Building our Immunity can be the combination of eating a healthy diet (high in fresh, live nutrients), getting lots of good exercise and fresh air, perhaps taking some select Immune Building Ayurvedic or Chinese herbs (with a good practitioners support), and using these Immune Building Essential Oils.
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