Cold and Flu Essential Oils
See all the Cold and Flu Essential Oils 

 ProductBenefit/Notes 
Method 
Breathe Easy
EO Combination
anti-infectious, decongestant, immune support dilute in carrier and massage on back & chest; inhale, diffuse as often as needed 
ImmuBoost Extra anti-infectious, decongestant, immune support, febrifuge dilute in carrier and massage on back, chest, feet; inhale, diffuse as often as needed 
Ortho-Flex Extra EO 
cooling aches and pains relief, febrifuge 
dilute in carrier and massage on body as needed 
Ortho-Flex Spice EOwarming aches and pains relief dilute in carrier and massage on body as needed 
Nite-Cap
EO Combination 
calming, febrifuge, analgesic, 
anti-inflammatory 
dilute in carrier and massage on back, chest, feet; inhale, diffuse, bath 
Lavender True 
Organic EO
 calming, febrifuge, analgesic, respiratory anti-inflammatorydilute in carrier and massage on back & chest; inhale, diffuse, bath 
Helichrysum EOaches and pains relief 
 dilute in carrier and massage on body 
Frankincense EOrespiratory anti-infectious, anti-inflammatory  dilute in carrier and massage on back & chest; inhale
FirPine & Spruce EO
 respiratory anti-infectious, adrenal support dilute in carrier and massage on back, chest, feet; inhale, diffuse, bath
Ravensara EOanti-infectious, immune support dilute in carrier and massage on back & chest; inhale, diffuse, bath 
Eucalyptus Organic Eucalyptus China
Eucalyptus Brazil
 respiratory anti-infectious, decongestant, febrifuge dilute in carrier and massage on back & chest; inhale, diffuse

General precautions: All essential oils and blends must be properly diluted in a suitable carrier before applying to the skin or adding to the bath. For full body massage, add 10 to 20 drops of pure essential oil or blend to 1 oz. of a suitable carrier oil or lotion. For partial body massage, add 20 to 40  drops of pure essential oil or blend to 1 oz. of a suitable vegetable carrier oil or lotion. To your fully drawn bath, add 8 to 10 drops of essential oil blended with 1-2 teaspoons natural bath gel or vegetable oil. Gently stir just before you get in. - Always keep aromatherapy applications away from eyes. - All aromatherapy products should be stored in a dark, cool environment, with caps or lids tightly secured. - Consult a qualified practitioner for dilution suggestions suitable for children under 4 years of age. - Do not take essential oils internally except upon the advice of a qualified health professional. - If you are pregnant, consult a qualified health practitioner before using any essential oil preparation. - The indications listed above are not intended to replace the advice of a qualified health professional. These products are not intended to diagnose, cure, prevent or treat any disease.

Possible adverse reactions to essential oils

It is possible to have an adverse reaction to an essential oil just as it is to any other natural substance. Reactions, however, are rare and it is worth noting that people allergic to numerous commercial fragrances and skin and body care products generally have no such difficulties with pure, genuine essential oils.

Toxicity:  Usually by ingestion and dependent on dosage (oral use is not recommended without the guidance or supervision of a qualified health professional).

Sensitization:  Allergic reactions from internal or external use.

Irritation:  The least harmful response to essential oils usually resulting from topical application.


Those using essential oils are assumed to have full knowledge of their use, properties, safety precautions, dosage or to be under the care of a qualified healthcare professional.   

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