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Keeping the Virus at Bay with Antiviral Essential Oils

Long before COVID-19 surfaced, I blended an Anti-Flu blend with antiviral essential oils: Tea Tree, Sweet Orange, Spike Lavender, Eucalyptus, Thyme c/t linalool, Oregano and German Chamomile that provide natural immune and respiratory system support to help relieve symptoms of flu. This comes in a blend for diffusing and also in a roll-on for use on-the-go.

As we know, the symptoms for patients with COVID-19 include mild to severe respiratory illness with fever, cough and difficulty breathing. Some are asymptomatic, which escalates the level of global anxiety yet again since it first appeared in Wuhan, China. There is no antiviral treatment recommended, infected patients receive supportive care to help relieve symptoms. Currently there is no vaccine available to protect against the coronavirus.

Stay safe and be mindful, get plenty of exercise and drink lots of water. Be socially responsible, do wear a mask and consult a doctor if you are unwell.

What you can do is also to boost the immunity system. Adults can easily use Anti-Flu in a personal aroma inhaler stick. Drip up to 15 drops of the above blend into the cotton wick in the aroma stick if you do not like a roll-on. Another way is to (carefully) drip 1 drop of the blend on the outside of your mask.

To make your own natural hand sanitizer, add 20 drops to 50ml of aloe vera gel or rubbing alcohol (you can buy this in the pharmacy and it is probably 70% alcohol).

For children below 3 years old, you can use a blend of Sweet Orange, Scotch Pine, Lavender and Tea Tree.

We have to be watchful, practice good personal hygiene, stay calm and use aromatherapy to keep the virus at bay.

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