Holistic Remedies for the Flu !


Oldest Known Flu Remedy, Ginseng is hardly a new health remedy; the Chinese have been using it for thousands of years. The latest news is that American ginseng has now joined the lineup of natural treatments for the common cold. Turmeric’s anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-fungal agents can help our body fight against colds, cough and flu. Garlic is a great remedy for colds and viral infections. You can think of garlic as nature’s broad-spectrum antibiotic. It’s natural, safe, cheap, easy-to-use and incredibly effective.  Traditionally a mixture of raw onion juice and honey was taken to relieve the common cold and Cayenne pepper aids in breaking up and moving congested mucus. Once mucus begins to leave the body, generally relief from flu symptoms follows.

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Several oils have considerable anti- viral activity, and help to boost the immune system. For maximum effectiveness, it is important that you use them at the earliest sign of influenza or in some cases before contracting cold/flu to boost your immune system as a preventative.

Essential oils of basil, eucalyptus, peppermint, pine and Tea Tree help to ease nasal congestion. Choose one to three of these oils and use them as inhalants or in steam inhalation treatments.

For chest congestion, a steam inhalation treatment made with basil, pine, and or tea tree oil can help to clear mucus and ease breathing. Rubbing a massage oil prepared with eucalyptus oils over the chest may also be helpful.

An aromatherapy bath prepared with lavender,  myrrh, pine, and or tea tree oil can help to soothe achy feeling all over your body that accompanies flu. Use a lukewarm bath for fever, a hot bath for chills


For Chills:

Add 3 drops of rosemary and 3 drops of ginger or black pepper essential oils to your bath.

Mix 5 drops of ravensare and 15 drops of rosewood in ½ ounce of carrier oil such as olive or almond. This makes an energizing massage oil blend.

Stuffy Nose:

To help alleviate and disinfect dry air passages, add 10 drops of tea tree oil to a bowl of hot water or vaporizer and leave in bedroom overnight. A small handkerchief sprinkled with a few drops of the oil and left under the pillow may help as well. 

If you have a congested nose or chest, add a few drops of essential oils of eucalyptus globulus (E. globulus) or peppermint (Mentha piperita) to a steam vaporizer. 

 Caution:Do Not Overdo this. Prolonged inhalation of essential oils can cause an enlarged liver.

 Caution:If you are asthmatic, be cautious the first time you try this; if you have not been exposed to essential oils before, inhaling the vapor may actually precipitate an attack


Disclaimer : This blog post is not intended to treat, cure or prevent disease. Please contact your Physician . Check All Allergies .   The material appearing on Moodylicious Children’s Spa Blog is for educational use only. It should not be used as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.




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