Natural ways to alleviate sinus pain

Sinus pressure and sinus pain are common complaints during the winter season.  Frequent changes in temperature, humidity, and barometric pressure leave many with sinus headaches, sinus pain, and even tooth pain.  Doctors rarely give antibiotics for sinuses, and over-the-counter pills often have unwanted side-effects. Find sinus relief naturally with these options.

1. Fill a sink (or bowl) with very hot water and add a couple of drops of eucalyptus oil or tea tree oil to the water. Place your face over the bowl (careful not to touch it!) and cover your head with a towel. Inhaling the steam and essential oils for 2-5 minutes can help alleviate congested sinuses.

image2. Need relief throughout the day and night? Add a few drops of essential oil (eucalyptus, Third Eye Chakra blend, or neroli) to the Aroma Vaporizor. The humidification steam and essential oil aroma will offer continual sinus relief.

3. Do you frequently experience sinus pain or headaches. Feeling unfocused or anxious? Energy in your 6th (Third Eye Chakra) may be unbalanced. Re-open this energetic pathway with Third Eye Essential Oil blend. This unique blend of organic essential oils is specifically designed to support your 6th chakra and help restore focus, intuition, and reduce headaches and sinus pain. Use directly on center of forehead, add to warm bath, or simply inhale the essential oil blend throughout the day. Available in an on-the-go spray also.

image4. Traveling or need sinus relief while you’re on the go? Try REFRESH AromaRx spray, a Tunisian Rosemary and Peppermint essential oil blend. Use at work, at home, or anywhere you need a boost in concentration, an increase in confidence, and a reduction in head tension and congestion.


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