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Many of us suffer from seasonal allergies, which occur due to an immune system reaction caused by histamine intolerance. Mast cells are part of our body's immune defense and release so-called mediators. Histamine is a mediator that performs important chemical functions in our bodies, such as dilating blood vessels, contracting muscles, and increasing heart rate.
When histamine is released, it produces an allergic reaction - a defense against what mast cells perceive as foreign "invaders" - such as pollen, dust, pet dander, dust mites and more. During this attack, mast cells alert the immune system to create inflammation. Diseases in our body can include airway constriction and affect the nose, throat, lungs, ears and sinuses. The resulting inflammatory response can lead to seasonal allergy symptoms including skin irritation, itching, sneezing, nasal congestion, runny nose, swollen, inflamed and itchy eyes, itchy throat and fatigue.
But don't despair, below we will share with you several essential oils that can effectively relieve the body's allergic reaction, if used properly, they are less toxic and have almost no side effects!
Eucalyptus blue oil:
It has obvious anti-inflammatory, analgesic, expectorant, sedative and bactericidal effects. But further studies have shown that eucalyptus oil can reduce allergic reactions and relieve sinus and allergic rhinitis symptoms by inhibiting mast cell degranulation in topical allergic dermatitis.
Lavender Oil :
Known for its analgesic, anxiolytic and antibacterial properties. But when it comes to seasonal allergies, lavender's anti-inflammatory properties can help relieve allergies and asthma. The purpose of anti-inflammatory drugs is to eliminate the invasive agent and any potential subsequent tissue damage. Lavender has the ability to suppress the inflammatory response of the immune system.
It has several properties that can support us in dealing with seasonal allergies, including analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anti-asthmatic, expectorant, and immune support. Boswellia serrata is widely used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine to treat arthritis, asthma, ulcers, skin diseases, and inflammatory diseases including bronchial asthma. These traditional uses are supported by modern scientific research.
It Supports the system as an anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, decongestant and anti-infective agent. It has the ability to support breathing and open airways in a similar way to blue eucalyptus and serrated boswellia.
Roman Chamomile oil:
An essential essential oil to keep in your medicine bag at all times. In addition to relieving symptoms of allergies, including hay fever and other seasonal allergies to plant pollen, it can relieve asthma symptoms and is effective in treating allergic skin reactions and conditions such as acne, eczema, rashes, and dermatitis.