Sniffle Season is in full swing!
Most folks familiar with essential oils know how wonderful Tea Tree, Eucalyptus and Lavender essential oils are for treating and even stopping many of the micro bugs that are rampant this time of the year. As wonderful as these three essential oils are, why only turn to them when the wee beasties are on the attack? Modern science continues to confirm many essential oils have antibacterial, antibiofilm, antifungal, antimalarial, antiseptic, antiviral, bactericide and fungicidal properties. Many of these essential oils you may know about and use for their other useful properties. Don’t get me wrong, I’m never without Tea Tree, Eucalyptus and Lavender essential oils but with so many others to choose from why only use those three oils to defend against and mend from the wee beasties?
Did you know Lemongrass, Petitgrain, Cornmint, Rose Geranium, Palmarosa, and Litsea have been studied and have been found effective against a variety of microbes? Have you even heard of some of these essential oils? Over the next ten blogs we’ll talk about each of these essential oils plus four more. If you don’t want to wait for the upcoming blogs to learn more about each of these oils you can check out our website, www.EarthwiseOils.com. You’ll find plenty of great information and links directly to scientific studies.
Tomorrow we’ll be talking about the virtues of Lemongrass essential oil. And, to help you fight the wee besties, each day the featured essential oil will be on sale.