Posted on

{achoo} Bless You!

Sinus Congestion – {achoo} Bless You!

Bless You! Sinus Congestion, nasal congestion, sinusitis, stuffy nose, home remedies for sinus congestionSinus congestion sufferers beware – the first signs of spring have sprung and {achoo} Bless You! It happens about this time every year, doesn’t it? SOMETHING  starts blooming and your stuffy head and watery, itchy eyes rebel.

What’s your yearly routine for the itchy, watery eyes, stuffy head and sinus headaches? Are you taking sinus medication? And, if so, how does it make you feel? A little spacey and disjointed?

Enter aromatherapy and essential oils for sinus problems.


It’s interesting when talking with people at the markets I attend how they say they “need to check with my doctor before I use something natural for my sinusitis.”

Really? :/ 

Somehow, taking a pill with gawd-knows-what kind of chemicals in it causing all sorts of side effects is better than using a personal inhaler full of nature’s goodness? Seriously? I have to shake my head over that one.

If you are dealing with a runny or stuffy nose, nasal congestion, itchy, watery eyes and just generally feeling miserable during the transition to springtime, why not try something different for a change? Maybe home remedies for sinus congestion really work – what if it works?

Sinus Congestion

Allergy Symptom Reducer

  • 1 blank personal inhaler

Add these oils to the cotton part of a blank inhaler. Use the inhaler whenever allergy symptoms arise. This inhaler is suitable for children over 10 and adults.

If you don’t have all of these oils or a blank inhaler on hand, I sell them on my website and at the markets for $7.99. They last anywhere from 3 to 6 months – definitely long enough to get you through your sinus season! If you need a sinus inhaler for children, I make that, too.

How would it feel to breathe easier without all the side effects of the antihistamines? How would you feel at work if you didn’t have to deal with that spacey, disjointed feeling after taking a decongestant?

Another way to help with the seasonal sinus problems is to change your welcome mat at the front door. The folks at Reader’s Digest tell us why:

A doormat made of natural material (such as rope or other fibers) can break down and become a good environment for mites, mold, and fungus, which then get tracked into the house. Use a synthetic one, and wash all mats weekly. Also, clean dead insects from porch lights. As they decompose, they become an allergen source. Finally, put a rack by the front door for footwear. Encourage your family and guests to remove their shoes when entering. This will reduce the amount of dust, mold, and other allergens that are tracked in.

Feel better, treat your liver and no more red nose! What more could you ask for in an allergy inhaler, eh?

What questions do you have? I’m happy to talk with you, especially when I am at the farmer’s markets, fairs and festivals. If you need a consultation, I work mainly through Skype or on the phone, so you don’t even have to leave your home if you don’t want to.

Please let me show you how you can easily take charge of your overall well-being. Call or email or go here to fill out a contact form today.



*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Any products mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. Always seek the advice of a qualified medical professional for any health issue.