Essential Oils

Top 10 Essential Oils for Mold Allergies (And How to Use)

Mold allergies could be debilitating because aside from not being able to make you breathe normally, they may also bring forth certain diseases such as asthma, coughs, colds, and flu. You’ll know you have mold allergies when you have watery eyes, when your throat and nose are itchy, or you’re suffering from postnasal drips or cough. A stuffy or runny nose is also a big indicator that you have mold allergies.

In this case, you need the help of amazing essential oils like the ones in this post!

01. Angelica Root

Angelica Root Essential Oil

Angelica Root Oil naturally fights infections, and works hard to eliminate toxins in the body. It’s also able to stimulate the immune system, and works great in combating stress, exhaustion and anxiety.

What’s great about Angelica Root is that while it may seem and smell peppery, it’s actually able to work on different problems, such as gout, water retention, toxin buildup, psoriasis, and dry skin!

It’s also quite aromatic and if you like those scents that are a bit strong, this will definitely work best for you!

How to use:

Inhale through steam inhalation. Do not massage or apply topically as it may prove to be too strong.

02. Mandarin Orange

Mandarin Orange Essential Oil

This zesty oil is ultimately refreshing and has been used even in ancient times to prevent allergies and various medical problems, such as liver cirrhosis, gastrointestinal disorders, chest pain, phlegm, coughs, and hiccups and may even be used as a food additive and colorant!

More so, Mandarin Orange Oil is able to stimulate healthy appetite, eases inflammation and stress, removes toxic substances from the body by purifying the blood, and also treats constipation, diarrhea, or flatulence.

It’s also able to prevent muscular system spasms, and keeps the digestive and respiratory systems in tip top shape!
And, this essential oil protects you against viral infections because it has anti-viral, antifungal, and anti-spasmodic properties that you can surely benefit from!

Mandarin Oil is also so calming that it’s able to prevent convulsions, hysteria, and insomnia, amongst others!

How to use:

  1. Add in bath water and soak in it.
  2. Apply topically on the skin.
  3. Massage on skin with Juniper Berry Oil.
  4. Add to a diffuser or pail of water and inhale!

03. Cinnamon Leaf

Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil

Cinnamon Leaf Oil is one of the oldest herbal remedies known to men that has historically been used as beverage flavoring, but it actually works wonders because it soothes aching muscles and joints and works as a great stress-buster, while relieving the airways to keep you safe from allergies.

With its antispasmodic effect, Cinnamon Leaf Oil is able to ease pain from arthritis and rheumatism and is also able to reduce drowsiness to give you a much needed energy boost especially when you are physically and mentally exhausted.

This is also beneficial for those suffering from viral infections, just like colds and coughs because it prevents them from spreading and could even destroy germs that may cause staph infections, bronchitis, and other kinds of chest congestion.

Cinnamon Leaf Oil also removes impurities from the blood and can help it circulate well in the body, and also ensures that the body gets enough oxygen so that heart attacks and respiratory problems would be prevented.

This also brings forth a lot of gastric benefits because it contains eugenol and can also alleviate stomach upset, nausea, and diarrhea and also promotes good digestion because it is an antibacterial agent!

How to use:

Diffuse around the room or use through steam inhalation. Do not apply topically as it may be too harsh for the skin.

04. Melissa

Melissa Essential Oil

Melissa is where White Camphor Oil comes from and is known for its antifungal benefits that’s able to treat allergies and skin diseases. Melissa Oil works as an anti-inflammatory sedative that reduces inflammation and sedates the nerves.

More so, this essential oil is also able to produce a cooling sensation in the body as it is a natural anesthetic which means that sensory problems would be blocked and the brain’s ability to feel pain would be reduced. Muscle spasms are also easily fought because of the fact that this oil is anti-spasmodic, and a natural decongestant. It reduces blockage in the nasal tracts, pharynx, larynx, and bronchi.

Make sure that the oils you get are from mature trees – or those that are 50 years old and above!

How to use:

  1. Add 2 to 3 drops in a diffuser, and use as a decongestant. You can also mix with olive or blue chamomile oil.
  2. Mix 5 drops with hazelnut or grapeseed oil and massage on your back and temples.
  3. Add 10 drops to bath water and soak in it.

05. Wintergreen

Wintergreen Essential Oil

Wintergreen is one of the most useful essential oils because it has anti-coagulant, anti-spasmodic, analgesic, and antiseptic properties that alleviates pain from allergies and asthma and even protects the body against sclerosis!

Wintergreen oil also protects the body from most cardiovascular conditions and even promotes the easy healing of bones, even the fractured ones! It also stimulates the brain and prevents the onset of varicose veins, and detoxifies the lymphatic system while doing so!

Another great thing about this oil is that it protects you against diseases, such as mumps, hemorrhoids, hematoma, and itching, as well as kidney stones, spine injury, and osteoporosis – and could even alleviate the pain of headaches!

More so, Wintergreen could also protect you against Crohn’s Disease, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Disk Deterioration, Gallstones, Fibromyalgia, and different kinds of cramps, too!

How to use:

  1. Place torn Wintergreen leaves in a jar until it is about 75% full then pour some extra virgin olive oil in.
  2. Put the lid on and shake the jar to make sure that everything gets mixed together thoroughly then keep it in a dark place for at least a month. Make sure to shake the jar every other day.
  3. After 4 to 6 weeks, pour the contents of the jar into another sterilized jar and remove any excess leaves.
  4. Dilute by a ratio of 20% oil with 80% water then apply 2 to 4 drops on vital points or inhale directly. You may also diffuse this around the room.

06. Sweet Fennel

Sweet Fennel Essential Oil

For a couple of centuries now, fennel has been used to keep one’s health in tip-top shape. In Roman times, it was even said to ward off evil spirit, but these days, it’s more popular for being helpful when it comes to diminishing allergies by killing parasitic worms that could live in one’s body, and kills spores that live in intestinal tracts that may prove to be deadly.

Apart from that, it also works as a diuretic that removes excess water from the body, together with bile salts and uric acid, and also eases stomach pain and indigestion. As an expectorant, it’s able to provide phlegm and mucus relief that leads to better congestion, prevents and treats dysmenorrhea, and may even increase milk production for lactating mothers.

How to use:

  1. Apply l to 2 drops to wounds.
  2. Dilute 3 to 4 drops in a diffuser or vaporizer.
  3. Blend with unscented facial cream and use normally.
  4. Add 2 to 3 drops to bath water or massage oil.

07. Lime

Lime Essential Oil

Lime isn’t just used as a cooking agent. It’s actually great against allergies, skin infections, and even scurvy because it’s one of the most versatile oils out there.

Lime is able to relieve not just allergies, but also respiratory diseases such as coughs, colds, flu, and other kinds of viral infections, promotes good oral health, cures toothaches, detoxifies the liver, and helps stop bleeding. Plus, it’s good against both internal and external infections – so you can rely on it to keep you in the pink of health!

How to use:

  1. Add a few drops to your citrus juice.
  2. Use as diffuser around the house.
  3. Add 1 to 2 drops to the skin of your fruits.
  4. Pour a few drops on cotton balls and dab on your skin, or on your pillows.

08. Grapefruit

Known as one of those fruits that could aid most diets, grapefruit oil is also special because it has a great, relieving effect on the lymphatic system, which is also why it’s able to fight allergies and respiratory infections. The oil boosts the activity of the lymph nodes, keeping it safe from cancer and other diseases!

Grapefruit oil is also filled with antioxidants that could kill free radicals and prevent premature aging and even eliminates microbes in the kidneys and gut, and aids in the production of bile and gastric juices. It also makes you alert as it has stimulating effects in the brain.

How to use:

  1. Use as massage oil to relieve allergies, menstrual cramps, and joint pain.
  2. Use as deodorizer or air freshener.
  3. Mix with patchouli oil and diffuse around the room.
  4. Add to skin care products and use normally.
  5. Inhale through steam inhalation to decrease fatigue.

09. Cardamom Seed

Cardamom Seed Essential Oil

Also originally used for cooking, Cardamom Seed is helpful because it is antimicrobial and antiseptic that it dispels toxins from the body, lowers blood pressure, and promotes weight loss.

It also works as a mouthwash that kills germs and promotes better oral health, too!

How to use:

  1. Add to shampoo or conditioner and use normally.
  2. Massage on the skin, especially on affected areas.
  3. Inhale through steam inhalation or through a diffuser.
  4. Add to coffee or soup for flavoring.

10. Clary Sage

Clary Sage Essential Oil

Clary Sage Oil has been used for centuries as a painkiller and antiseptic that relieves allergies and cleanses wounds.
It also regulates the blood pressure, kills back pain and headaches, and may even improve sexual performance, too, aside from replenishing skin cells!

How to use:

  1. Add to facial cleanser and use normally.
  2. Diffuse around the room.
  3. Massage on temples, back, and neck.
  4. Massage on hair to stimulate hair growth.

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