Deep Breathe Essential Oil Blend
Open your airways and fill your lungs with fresh, life-giving air with Deep Breathe Essential Oil Blend. It’s a unique blend of the best essential oils for chest congestion, coughs, stuffy noses, allergies, or other respiratory problems. With this breathe ease essential oil blend, you’ll feel lighter and breathe deeply again in no time.
Deep Breathe is a combination of pure Ravintsara, Rosemary, Pine, and Lime essential oils. Different cultures have used these ingredients in traditional medicine and healing for generations. Thanks to their anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties, they create a powerful essential oil blend for cold and flu symptoms while also boosting the immune system and promoting stronger lung function.
When you feel congested or can’t stop coughing, Deep Breathe provides natural relief. It has a woody, herbaceous, slightly citrusy aroma with a sharp hint of menthol for cooling and soothing. Dilute it with a carrier oil, then apply it to the upper chest and allow the powerful oils to act as a natural expectorant that loosens mucus and phlegm.
You can also diffuse Deep Breathe to purify the air from germs and neutralize pollen, or add it to DIY hand sanitizers and cleaning products to keep you and your family protected during cold and flu season.
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Breathe Better Chest Compress
Enjoy the benefits of some of the best essential oils for chest congestion in this all-natural, soothing hot compress.
Instructions: Combine oils together in a small container, then massage the mixture into the chest area. Soak your washcloth in hot water, wring out the excess water, then place the wet washcloth on your chest over the area where you applied the oil mixture. Take slow, deep breaths for relief.
Always dilute with a carrier oil and patch test prior to extensive use on the skin. Do not use while pregnant or breastfeeding. Do not use on broken skin or abrasions. For external use only, do not ingest.
Kids Safety: Safe to use on children ages 10 years and older. Dilute to a .5-1% dilution rate prior to applying topically on children. Click here to learn more about essential oils and kid safety.
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To make the best essential oil blend for cold symptoms, we recommend Ravintsara (also known as Camphor), Rosemary, Pine, and Lime essential oils. These essential oils contain medicinal compounds, like terpenes and menthol, that help relieve stuffy noses and head congestion while boosting the immune system. They also provide relief from stubborn coughs.
When you’re making diffuser blends for colds, we recommend Ravintsara, Rosemary, Pine, and Lime essential oils. These essential oils help boost the immune system, neutralize germs, and act as a natural expectorant to loosen mucus and phlegm that causes congestion.
If you can’t stop coughing, essential oils can help by calming you down and opening your airways. Try diffusing a breathe ease essential oil blend like Deep Breathe, or dilute it in a carrier oil and apply topically to the upper chest or throat.
Many essential oils for cold sores help by reducing inflammation, pain, and itching. If you’re using essential oils topically, always be sure to dilute them in a carrier oil and patch test prior to extensive use.