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10 Essential Oils for Winter from SOiL

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As winter approaches we start experiencing shorter, colder days with less sunshine and less exercise outdoors, so now is a good time to start thinking about your immune system

While diet, sleep and lifestyle make a big difference when it comes to keeping your immune system healthy, essential oils are a great addition towards supporting your overall wellness naturally.  With the aid of plants in the form of essential oils you can help strengthen your immune system

SOiL’s organic range of essential oils help relieve cold and flu like symptoms

SOiL Organic’s Immunity Essential Oil Blend has been expertly formulated by an aromatherapist and contains certified organic Lemongrass, Benzoin, Tea Tree and Thyme essential oils to guard against illness.

SOiL Organic Easy Breathe is designed to assist with easing the symptoms of colds and flu. Make a sinus steamer by carefully pouring boiling water into a large bowl and then add 5 drops of Easy Breathe Essential Oil blend. Cover your head with a towel and place your head over the bowl to breathe in the steam. Be careful to close your eyes

Other pure essential oils that can assist are;

Eucalyptus – Helps clear breathing passageways and can protect against colds.

Ginger – Known to stimulate the immune system, warms the chill from winter and dampness, cools the body by inducing sweating

Lavender – Can clear congestion, stuffiness and soothe respiratory and throat disorders. Also helps you sleep at night

Marjoram – Can ease respiratory disorders, colds, flu and sinusitis

Peppermint – Can clear sinuses and improve breathing. Also helps with headaches

Pine – Used to fight infections, relieve congestion and improve breathing

Rosemary – Helps relieve respiratory disorders

Tea Tree – Can relieve respiratory disorders, fight bacteria and viruses

Prevention is always better than cure!

All products can be purchased online at www.soil.co.za

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