There are quite a few useful essential oils for allergies. Knowing and choosing the right blend of essential oils for your particular symptoms is very important. You can boost the immune system and the respiratory system, treat headaches which are brought on by sinus pressure, clear the lungs, calm a cough, get help with breathing difficulties, and fight infections with these oils. As with over the counter medications you don't want to over-medicate, just use what is needed to treat your symptoms.
Essential Oils for Allergies
Chamomile Essential Oil helps to treat headaches.
Cypress Essential Oil helps with breathing problems. It helps to loosen and expel phlegm.
Eucalyptus Essential Oil helps to clear blocked nasal passages and help with headaches associated with allergies. It also helps to loosen and expel phlegm.
Frankincense Essential Oil is calming, helps to combat infections, and helps with breathing. It helps to expel phlegm.
Hyssop Essential Oil is useful for boosting the immune system and the respiratory system.
Lemon Essential Oil boosts the immune system and respiratory system and can help with headaches.
Lavender Essential Oil is an antihistamine
Myrrh Essential Oil boosts the immune system and the respiratory system. It clears the lungs.
Myrtle Essential Oil helps with coughing.
Peppermint Essential Oil helps with headaches, breathing difficulties, and fights infection.
Pine Essential Oil works to improve the immune system and respiratory system.
Rosemary Essential Oil helps to loosen and expel phlegm.
Symptoms and Their Related Essential Oils
Breathing problems can be helped by using Cypress, Eucalyptus, Frankincense, and Peppermint.
Coughing can be helped using Myrtle
Headaches can be treated using Chamomile, Lemon, and Peppermint,
Phlegm can be loosened and expelled using Cypress, Eucalyptus, Frankincense, Myrrh, and Rosemary.
Sinuses can be cleared using Eucalyptus.
It is important to know whether or not you are allergic to any of the above essential oils for allergies before using them to treat your symptoms.