Hypersensitivity

Raw honey: Eating locally produced honey will build up your immunity, resilience and health. – Listed by Sharon Olivier, February 2021

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Vitamin C: 2000mg daily, a great anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant. – Listed by Sharon Olivier, February 2021

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Astragalus herb: Taken twice a day, helps with seasonal sensitivities. – Listed by Sharon Olivier, February 2020

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We would suggest the following:

Quercetin: Anti-allergy and anti-histamine properties, stabilise the release of histamines and helps control allergy symptoms.

Bromelain: An enzyme found in papaya and pineapple which reduces inflammation.

Stinging Nettle: Acts as an anti-inflammatory and relieves sneezing, runny nose and itchy eyes.

Probiotics: By building up the good bacteria in the gut, it strengthens your immune system.

Saline nasal irrigation:

Acupuncture treatment:

Spirulina:

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Peppermint Essential oil: used in a diffuser can alleviate asthma and allergies.

Eucalyptus Essential oil: add a bit to each washing load, it has a great anti-microbial effect.

Frankincense Essential oil: Use it in a diffuser to inhale or blend 5 drops into 10ml for example and rub gently behind your ears.

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Essential Oils

We would suggest the following:

  • Lavender Essential Oil
  • Eucalyptus Essential Oil
  • Tea Tree Essential Oil

Massage – Buy a base oil: sweet almond or jojoba. If you have 20ml of base oil, add half the amount of Essential Oil drops. In this case, you will add 5 drops of Lavender, 3 drops of Eucalyptus and 2 drops of Tea Tree. Apply the blend over the body, as required. Especially effective after a bath.

Bath – Your skin is the most absorbent part of the body. The heat of the bath assists in the absorption. There are 2 ways to do this:

  1. Diffusing 5 drops (maximum) of Essential Oils into a teaspoon of milk. Or a cup, if you would like more of a Cleopatra style bath. Use 3 drops of Lavender, 1 drop of Tea Tree and 1 drop of Eucalyptus. Add Epsom salts.
  2. Or simply add 5ml of your massage blend.

Close all windows. Soak for 15-20 minutes minimum. Avoid splashing in the eyes.

Inhalation – Add 1-2 drops onto a tissue/cloth and inhale as necessary. Or 1 drop of each oil.

Diffuser/Burner – Add 5 drops to a diffuser/burner. (2 drops of Lavender, 2 drops of Eucalyptus and 1 drop of Tea Tree).

** A patch test is required – 1 drop of aromatherapy oil to 4 drops of base oil. Apply a coin size amount to a patch of skin on the inner arm **

If sensitivity occurs, apply more base oil to soothe the area. Possibly avoid use for a further 10 days. If you wish to continue, dilute to ¼ of the original amount and test on a small area of skin. If there is no further reaction, continue with that dosage.

** Oils are for external use only and must be blended with a carrier oil. Always avoid the eyes, ears and nose **

** Lavender is the safest of oils, if on a rare occasion you react, apply more base oil to the skin to soothe it and dilute the massage blend with more base oil **

** Tea Tree – Avoid up to the age of 5 for bath and massage. The local application is perfectly fine. Tea Tree can irritate the skin and be very drying on their own, be sure to protect the surrounding skin **

** Eucalyptus – Avoid during pregnancy/lactation, epilepsy, on homoeopathic remedies. Avoid use for children under 1 and with caution up to the age of 8, although our Eucalyptus Smithii oil is much gentler, great for children **

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