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Aromatherapy For A Weak Immune System

Updated on December 27, 2015

Impact of Essential Oil to Your Immune System

The ancient practice of aromatherapy utilized the natural capacity of these oils and their properties as the main source for providing cure to various diseases. Immunity problems are among the most common health condition suffered by these ancient people due to exposure to various irritants or infections without access to antibiotics or any form of medication that might be able to provide protection to the body against these antibodies.

These plant materials are known to enrich the body's natural immunity, which basically started an alternative form of medicine that is know termed as aromatherapy. In fact, it utilizes just about every part of the plant to extract the oil that contain therapeutic properties.

Chemical Process

The therapeutic properties of the essential oil come in molecular form. Hence, it is easy for these properties to enter the body and act on the immunity system and give it a boost, regardless of what method of application you use. Once these properties act on your immune system, it gives the latter a boost such that it has the mechanism to fight bacteria or viruses that could cause infection.

Because these oils contain more than just one property unlike certain medications that were made specifically for targeting a certain illness, disease-causing bacteria or viruses are less likely to develop immunity to these essential oils. Hence, you no longer have to increase dosage or switch onto other methods, as you would with synthetic medicines.

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Suggested Oils For Improved Immunity

Your immune system is one of the most crucial parts of your body since it serves as your natural protection against disease-causing bacteria or viruses. Having a weak immunity system will make you vulnerable to diseases, which could result in an individual suffering from common ailments quite often. To prevent this from happening, you can use essential oils like rosemary, bergamot, grapefruit, and many others to improve function in your immune system.

Here are some more essential oils that you can try.

Lemon Oil

Oils derived from citrus plant sources are known to be really effective in either treating immunity diseases or boosting your immune system. This oil creates an invigorating effect on your health system, which helps to give a boost on your immunity level. With improved immunity, your body is better able to fight off diseases. Other health benefits include improved circulation, antiseptic properties for faster healing of wounds and cuts, improve respiratory condition, and calming effect.

Cinnamon Oil

Cinnamon oil has been used all throughout history for treating infections and other bacteria or fungi that cause illness. The oil contains a powerful aroma that is spicy but sweet. One of the reasons why cinnamon oil work really effective against immunity problems is that it contains antibacterial and antimicrobial properties that fight a wide range of bacteria that cause infections and other illnesses. The oil specifically produced from the cinnamon bark is highly effective.

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Oregano Oil

Oregano is one of the most effective oils to help make your body immune to various infections. Many experts have even deemed it superior to antibiotics, which then make them a suitable alternative for these medications and without the risk of developing side effects. There are a variety of ways to experience the benefits of oregano to your immune system.

First, you can create an anti-inflammatory gargle by using oregano oil and fresh water. It will really help to clear off your throat from any infection. Aside from that, oregano oil can also be used to treat bronchial problems by heating the oil in a pan to produce essential oil vapors that you must inhale to produce immediate relief.

Eucalyptus Oil

Eucalyptus oil is among those on top of the list of essential oils to use in treating immunity problems. Some of the properties that is comprised in eucalyptus oil that is good for your body's immunity include antiseptic, germicidal, and disinfectant properties. It is most effective in treating respiratory ailments since the oil substance aids in the process of breathing to boost oxygen supply in your cells. You can also make therapeutic baths using eucalyptus oil or use inhalers to improve function of your red blood cells.

Homemade Aromatherapy Immune Boost System

The use of essential oils in massaging is known to be really effective for giving your immune system a boost. By doing so, you can help in improving your immune system's capacity to fight off antibodies that might cause diseases. You will need a few essential oils to create this mixture that will help invigorate your immune system to keep it working in prime condition.

To create a tonic blend for your immune system, you will need the following essential oils:

6 drops each of lavender oil and bergamot oil
3 drops each of lemon and tea tree oil
2 drops of myrrh oil (optional)
2 ounces of vegetable or other carrier oil

After you have mixed together all of these essential oils, you can massage it onto your body while concentrating on specific area where you often suffer from health problems. Aside from using this blend as a massage oil, you can use it during bath or add a few drops into the aromatherapy diffuser. Using aromatherapy often will help boost your immune system and improve your body's natural immunity.


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    Herbal Diet Remedies 

    8 years ago

    Awesome and informative post….. Thanks for posting a wonderful post.

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    Kim Garcia 

    9 years ago

    Thank you for these well needed tips!! I enjoyed this Hub very much!! Be Blessed!! ~K


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