Runny or Stuffy Nose?

It is that time of year again! Everyone is getting sick and catching colds. My husband started to get a stuffy nose that kept him from breathing and sleeping easily so I rubbed some breezy on his chest and it quickly cleared it up. He is beginning to see the value in essential oils. He will tell me the symptoms he is experiencing and ask for an oil or herb to help with it! 
Breezy has been so nice to use as it opens the bronchial and sinus passages. This is different than your typical NyQuil. Breezy helps fight the virus and stimulates the immune system. 

Here is the write up from the book, "Butterfly Miracles with Essential Oils" by Laree Westover
INGREDIENTS: basil, birch, eucalyptus, lemon, peppermint, ravensara
AFFINITY FOR: respiratory system, immune system, skin, muscles
RESONANCE: physical
APPLICATION: LeBreezey should be diluted and rubbed on the chest or back. It can also be diffused or placed on your pillow at night.
AROMATIC CONSIDERATIONS: LeBreezey opens bronchial and sinus passages very effectively and has been successful in alleviating snoring.
EMOTIONAL / SPIRITUAL / MENTAL ASPECTS: While generally thought of as an oil for physical illness, the aroma of LeBreezey lifts the spirits and brings a sense of confidence and self-worth.
PHYSICAL ASPECTS: LeBreezey, besides being very effective in times of illness, is an excellent respiratory tonic and immune stimulant. The inclusion of ravensara oil creates viral fighting and tissue rebuilding properties, especially for the lung and bronchial tissues. This blend should also be tried for colds, asthma, allergies, sinus congestion, and flu. LeBreezey makes an excellent muscle relaxant and pain reliever when you do not have LeWarmDown or LeDeeper handy and you have strained a muscle.
GENERAL INFORMATION: LeBreezey is often used alternately with LeAspire.

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