Grandma knows best…

When I was little and had the flu I used to inhale warm steam to remedy a blocked nose and to help clear any congestion in the airways. At times it worked that well that it felt like a volcano had just erupted with full force. The lava was flooding down faster than I could grab my tissues. The feeling after the inhalation was one to remember. A memory of a sudden sensation of freedom in the airways and I felt like I could conquer anything… at least for a few minutes. As they say, better out than in.


Nowadays I pop up my little Aroma Dome tent and let all the essential oil particles (I love using RC, an eucalyptus blend for this purpose) conquer the demons in my nose. I use the Aroma Dome with the AromaLux diffuser. The AromaLux allows you to set the volume and allows you to also set time intervals. I also find that when I use the set together with an oil such as lavender it helps to ease my worries of the day away.

You might have heard that everything is energy and everything vibrates at its own level. For example the Epstein-Barr virus is equivalent to 52 MHz. High quality essential oils range from 52 MHz upward. Therefore in order to help your body and support your immune system it is beneficial to pick an oil that has a higher vibration. The quality of your essential oils will affect the vibration so it pays to make sure you are getting the best quality you can  afford. I prefer Young Living oils as the company owns its own farms and has very stringent quality standards.

To find out more about Young Living click on the Transformation tab on the top menu.




Author: nickireichert

My passions in life - plant based eating - travelling as often as I can - healthy lifestyle - personal development

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