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What Essential Oils Are Good For Colds?

November 28, 2018

So many essential oils to choose from!  Where do you start?

The essential oil I use the most – like almost every day – to support the body against colds and sore throats is this one:  Immune Strength.   We either roll it on the bottoms of our feet, on our wrists or on our neck.  And it smells good!

Essential Oils are a great thing to have on hand.

Another fun thing you can do with Immune Strength is to add it to your hand soap or foaming hand soap.  Some people use it to clean there house.

A lot of people have heard of Thieves cleaner.  Immune Strength is a very similar recipe that you can use in place of Thieves.  Thieves vs Immune Strength?  You can’t go wrong with either option.  Thieves cost $45.72 and Immune strength costs $26.95.  Immune Strength has a 90 day return policy and ships for FREE!

A 15ml bottle will last you a long time if you use it in a roller.

Here are some other recipes for Immune:

 

Immune Strength Carpet Cleaning Powder

  • 40-50 drops Immune Strength
  • 1/2 cup Baking Soda

Instructions:

  1. Combine all ingredients in a ziplock-type bag.
  2. Seal and massage the bag until the essential oils are thoroughly mixed in.
  3. Lightly sprinkle the mixture over your carpet or rug, and leave it for 10-15 minutes.
  4. Vacuum, and enjoy your fresh and clean carpet!
  5. To store your carpet cleaning powder, pour mixture into a glass jar, and seal it with the lid.

 

Clean the Air Mist Spray

  1. Combine all ingredients in a 4-oz glass spray bottle.
  2. Shake very well before each use. Spray all around the room to assist in cleansing any airborne germs, and to provide an intensely fresh, clean-smelling home.

 

Immune Support Cooling Foot Massage 

  • 5 drops Immune Strength
  • 5 drops Peppermint
  • 5 drops Lemon
  • 1 tbsp FCO (or Jojoba oil or Almond oil) 

Instructions:

  1. Combine all ingredients in a 15ml glass bottle.
  2. Massage the soles of the feet with 5-10 drops of the blend for 2 minutes on each foot.
  3. Put on a pair of socks, and let the blend absorb into the feet.
  4. Make sure to wash hands thoroughly after.
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