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Chest and Sinus Herbal Relief

Here's a recipe that may help your household during this cold and flu season.


  • 2 drops lavender
  • 2 drops tea tree
  • 2 drops eucalyptus
  • Directions:

    Boil a pot of water and remove from the stove. While still steaming, add 2 drops eucalyptus, 2 drops lavender and 2 drops tea tree. Cover bowl and head with towel and inhale for at least 3 minutes. KEEP EYES CLOSED.

    By Kathy

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November 4, 20040 found this helpful

I love using essential oils on a daily basis. Do note however that the steam inhalation method is not recomended for people with asthma. You can use this same formula in a tealight diffuser or mixed in a little almond oil to rub on your chest.

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November 4, 20040 found this helpful

We got a terrible virus that left us with sinus, sore throat, terrible backaches, fever, etc.

I had to do something so I dropped 2 drops of clove oil on every tongue and gave them a glass of water to drink. Two hours later, I was free of all symptoms. My daughter took 2 days longer. She took oil several times a day.

I have not been so sick for a long time. My daughter was beside herself and falling to pieces with nothing to help. She is sold on clove oil.


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