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It's that time of the year - flu season, and nobody is happy about it. Temperatures vary from warm to very cold without any expected gradual change. In one part of the day, it is freezing, and in the other, we are already thinking about wearing short sleeves.

That is why it is not surprising that many of us get sick quickly. We get a scratchy throat or a runny nose, and then the next moment, we get a high temperature accompanied by body aches. Yes, no one likes the flu season, and everyone who has ever had it knows it is anything but a slightly worse cold.

There are several ways to deal with and even fight the flu. Along with your doctor's advice and prescribed medications, you can find salvation in essential oils. They can help alleviate the flu symptoms and make your recovery easier.

Although using essential oils will not eliminate the flu, it will make your life easier while recovering. Even before a cold turns into the flu, that is, the moment you recognize a few symptoms of the flu, you can start using essential oils. Add a few drops of your chosen essential oil to your bath, diffuse into the air using a diffuser, or rub them on certain parts of your body with a base oil.

Each essential oil is intended for a specific problem, and you can use them even when you are not sick. On average, the flu lasts for a week, and if you have developed a stronger form, you may feel the effects, such as fatigue and cough, for several weeks.


Although there is a large selection of essential oils on the market, many are not recommended in the "fight" against diseases such as flu and colds. Essential oils can be used in different ways, but the most popular forms of using them are through diffusers, directly on the skin, in baths and in massages.

The majority of the topical application of essential oils should not be directly and independently applied to the skin due to the product's strength and possible consequences and skin irritations. That is why topical application in combination with base oil is recommended, ensuring that such problems do not occur.

Essential oils
most often mentioned regarding the flu are lemon, lavender, peppermint, eucalyptus, tea tree, clove and rosemary essential oils. Each highlighted oil positively affects the room and the respiratory system but also helps relieve inevitable pains such as headaches.


After we have listed a few essential oils that make the flu a little more bearable, we will briefly look at why they are actually good. Some of these essential oils will ease your respiratory system and particular pains, and some will improve the air quality in the room where you are recovering from the flu.

Lemon essential oil: cleans the nasal passages and enables even breathing

2. Peppermint essential oil: reduces cough, sinus inflammation and throat infections,

3. True Lavender essential oil: relieves stress, depression and headache,

4. Eucalyptus essential oil: helps lower the temperature and fights viruses,

5. Tea tree essential oil: inhibits bacteria and fights viruses,

6. Clove essential oil: has antiviral and antifungal properties for cleaning surfaces or air,

7. Rosemary essential oil: it is an effective and non-toxic way to clean surfaces or the air


You can use essential oils to fight the flu in several ways, but inhalation is considered the most effective way of using essential oils. You can inhale essential oils directly from the bottle or add a few drops of oil to a handkerchief or cotton ball. The inhalation method helps to clear the airways so that you can breathe normally.

In addition to inhalation, another method or advice on how to use essential oils is in a diffuser. Put a few drops of essential oil such as clove or rosemary oil and turn on the diffuser and let the space be purified and irradiated so that, in the end, you can breathe easier and feel better.

You can dilute essential oils in the base oil as desired (coconut, almond, jojoba oil ...) and add the mixture of two oils to a hot bath and rest for a while and allow your mind and body to relax for a few minutes. In addition to the feeling of comfort, essential oils evaporate from the bath, and the steam positively affects stress and headaches and purifies the respiratory tract.

In addition to the above, you can put essential oils on hot or cold compresses in specific places where you feel pain or any form of discomfort. Essential oils will ease the discomfort, and after that, you can also massage the painful places by combining the selected essential oil with the base oil. Among the essential oils for massage, lavender oil is highly recommended, as it has soothing properties and will help relieve stress, headaches and similar ailments.


But remember that essential oils will not solve your flu problem, nor will you get better because of the oils. It will make your recovery period easier without spending every moment you're sick in absolute agony.

It is recommended to consult your doctor and follow a treatment plan depending on what they prescribe. If you are unsure if it is wise to use essential oils while taking medication, consult your doctor to ensure you are doing everything in the best interest of your health.

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