This section is dedicated to allergy sufferers. These are recommendations from other allergy sufferers that worked with varying degrees of success. Medical and FDA Disclaimer Below.
“One cannot collect all the beautiful shells on the beach. One can collect only a few, and they are more beautiful if they are few.” ~ Anne Morrow Lindbergh
Areas to explore:
General list of Products to try:
Himalayan Salt Lamp:
For air purification, color therapy, and it’s an ionizer. Comes in all different shades of pink, and orange. Every lamp is different. Found in many home-stores, and easily found on amazon.com. (Order a few extra bulbs, usually 15wt.)
Also known as Candling. For removal of earwax, allergy irritations and pain, and general health of the ENT area. A long thin hollow candle is placed in the ear. It’s lite, heats up, warms the ear, and removes earwax.
For more information on Coning:
http://www.coningcompany.com/faq.html#anchorWhile we do not judge the remedies on this website, in good conscious, I have to add the following. This practice has been deemed by the FDA as dangerous. People are getting burned, and ears are getting damaged from this practice.
What the FDA says about Coning:
As an allergy sufferer, essential oils may be something you would never try. And some people are SO sensitive to scents they should stay away from them completely. However, there ARE oils / scents that tend to be beneficial to SOME allergy sufferers.
The scents that SOME allergy ridden people tend to tolerate well:
(These all have either inflammation and/or calming properties.)
Mint / Peppermint (also good as a bug repentant if you have trouble with commercial sprays)
Citrus Family: lemon, orange, grapefruit
The Trees: spruce, Cyprus
Note: If smelling the scent outright in any way is too much, consider adding a little of the scent to a bath. Or, try applying the scent to the bottom of your feet; add socks.
R.C. Essential Oil:
From Young Living. For allergies, asthma, and opening up the chest before a workout. Contains: Spruce, Cyprus, and Eucalyptus oils.
Where do I look for quality Oils?
For more information on purchasing and researching the products in this website:
Herbal Blend from Discover Teas. For chest congestion, inflammatory and anti-infectious properties. Ingredients: Eucalyptus, dandelion, sage, mullein, marshmallow root, licorice root, lemon peel, honeybush and rooibos
For more information on Teas:
From doTerra. For clear breathing and a healthy immune response. Contains: Lemon, Lavender, and Peppermint.
More information on researching and purchasing the products within this website:
Medical and FDA Disclaimers:
Common Sense dictates that the following is now added: Please note that recommended reading and its practicum, product information, physical therapies, and any and all advice presented in this collection is intended for the convenience of the reader. For advice on medical issues you should always consult your local medical practitioner.
The products and their practicum shown on this website or discussed in our communications have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Those seeking treatment for a specific disease should consult a qualified physician.