Essentials Video: Thyme Thymol Congestion Chest Rub DIY

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Essentials Video: Thyme Thymol Congestion Chest Rub DIY

Let’s be honest, getting sick is no fun at all. Headache, runny nose, fever, congestion and coughing can make life miserable. While you’re doing everything you can to get back on your feet, use this Thyme Thymol Congestion Chest Rub to ease congestion and get you breathing better. Thyme Thymol and Rosalina will not only help clear your respiratory system, but both oils are great for giving your immune system a boost. Spruce Black and Eucalyptus Globulus also help ease breathing and clear congestion. Just combine these oils in your favorite lotion for an easy chest rub.

Essentials Video: Thyme Thymol Congestion Chest Rub DIY

Thyme Thymol Congestion Chest Rub

What you’ll need:

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What you’ll do:

Mix your essential oils thoroughly into your lotion. Apply small amounts to the chest during times of seasonal illness to help encourage healthy breathing.

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13 thoughts on “Essentials Video: Thyme Thymol Congestion Chest Rub DIY”

  • I am not having luck with my 3 year olds stuffy nose. I have tried sniffle stopper and sneezy stop. Is there anything else you would recommend?

  • This is wonderful! While living in France, our doctor had us purchase a product like tho for our daughter when she was sick. I have always hoped to find a similar product since we’ve moved back but haven’t. Now I can make my own! Thanks Plant Therapy!

    1. You’d just need to halve the recipe: 2 drops Thyme, 2 drops Rosalina, 1 drop Spruce and 1 drop Eucalyptus.

    2. I am congested all the time. Allergies and asthma. I am under a doctor’s care, and follow their treatment plan, but certain times of the year, the congestion persists, and keeps me from sleeping well. 2 questions:. 1. Is there something like this that I can use nightly during those seasons although I’m not ‘sick’, just congested?

      Is there something like this (EO’s in an unscented cream) that I can use on my face (nasal congestion and sinus congestion, pain) nightly during some seasons?

      I dont know if you have answers, but Thanks in advance

      1. Hi Connie, in addition to this DIY, we also have two great blends to help with congestion that you could diffuse at night: Respir Aid and Sniffle Stopper. But I’d also recommend reaching out to our team of aromatherapists at [email protected] to help with your specific situation.

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