Fight Allergies This Spring With Rocky Mountain Oils Breathe Ease Blend

Ooooh y’all, my allergies are already starting to kick into high gear and it’s not even spring yet! Of course, we spend a lot of time in the woods and I’m allergic to nearly every tree, so, there’s that. 🀣 I combat my seasonal allergies with essential oils like the Rocky Mountain Oils Breathe Ease Blend and I have some tips and recipes and a deal to help you as well!

Rocky Mountain Oils – March 9th – March 11th – Spend $40, Get Breathe Ease for $5

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Rocky Mountain Oils Breathe Easy Blend

First up is a great promo that will save you some $$$ when purchasing your springtime oils.

Promotion Details:
Spend $40 get Breathe Ease for $5
Just add Breathe Ease to your cart & discount will be reflected at checkout!


Run Dates:
Start Date: Tuesday, March 9th, 2021 at 12:00am MT
End Date: Thursday, March 11th, 2021 at 11:59pm MT

Disclaimer:
Sale ends Thursday, March 11th, 2021 at 11:59pm MT | Cannot be combined with other discounts or offers | While supplies last | Discount will be reflected at checkout

There’s nothing worse than taking a deep breath of fresh air only to start sneezing. Or, to be so stuffed up you can’t even get that fresh breath of air! Here’s some Breathe Ease Blend recipes and usage tips, courtesy of Rocky Mountain Oils, that will help unclog your nose and ease the allergy symptoms:

Diffuse Breathe Ease:

One of the quickest and easiest ways that is also portable and doesn’t interfere with other folks – add to an aromatherapy inhaler, or inhale directly from the bottle for quick relief when you feel stuffy. 

Apply topically to the chest and neck area to help calm a cough or breathing troubles. ALWAYS dilute with a carrier oil before applying topically! I like to add a few drops of my blend to a roller ball bottle like these or these on Amazon (affiliate links), and top with liquid, fractionated coconut oil or almond oil. Shake it up and roll on the chest and neck. You can also make the Chest Rub recipe featured below.

Breathe Ease Room Mist:

75 drops Breathe Ease
4 ounces Distilled Water

Add the essential oil blend to a 4-ounce fine mist spray bottle, then fill the rest of the bottle with distilled water. Shake before each use. Liberally spritz around the room as needed to open your airways and promote open breathing. You can refill the water 2-3 times before refilling the oil.  

Keep in mind that any that contains water WILL mold within a couple weeks so you want to make this in small batches, like this 4 oz recipe, so you can use it quickly.

Breathe Ease Chest Rub:

1/2 cup Carrier Oil  – ex: almond, fractionated coconut, jojoba, etc.
2 Tbsp Beeswax Pastilles
40 drops Breathe Ease

Melt the beeswax pastilles with the carrier oil in a double boiler over low heat. When just melted, add the essential oil blend, and stir well to combine. Pour the mixture into a sealable container, and let it cool completely. To use, rub a liberal amount on your chest or the bottom of your feet to help reduce coughing and congestion. 

As with any product, supplement, etc, ALWAYS use with caution, do research and consult your doctor before use! Use at your own risk. Discontinue use and seek medical attention if any adverse reactions occur. Essential oils are VERY concentrated, do absorb into the bloodstream and some may interfere with certain medications and health conditions. For instance, I have high blood pressure and need to be careful when using rosemary essential oil.

So, please, do your research before use and use with caution. With that said, essential oils can be an amazing addition to your health and wellness and natural home. This is in no way intended to be used as medical advice and we cannot be held responsible for your use or results. The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.We are not doctors and this is not to be considered medical advice.

Have you ever tried the Rocky Mountain Oils Breathe Ease Blend? If so, what is your favorite way to use it?

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