Spring respiratory health

Spring is such a refreshing and beautiful time of year. It’s a season of rebirth and renewal. As the Earth is revitalized and summer approaches, blossoms bloom and flowers flourish. But every rose has its thorn, and for many people, the thorn of spring is respiratory discomfort.

Seasonal respiratory discomfort develops when the body’s immune system becomes sensitized and overreacts to something in the environment. If you experience seasonal discomfort —  then you may have issues with seasonal respiratory health.

Grass, pollen and mold are some of the most common triggers for seasonal discomfort. Ragweed is also infamous, but it afflicts people in the fall, between August and November.

According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, spring respiratory discomfort begins in the United States around February and persists until the early days of summer. Quite often if the preceding winter season had mild temperatures (like we had in Utah), then plants can pollinate early. If you combine that scenario to an abundantly rainy spring, then that could mean rapid plant growth and severe respiratory discomfort during this season.

But Mother Earth provides her antidotes, such as the trifecta of Lemon, Lavender and Peppermint — three essential oils that, when used together, are known for their capacity to help those who suffer from allergens to maintain clearer breathing and a healthy inflammatory response. Essential oil users love to diffuse or mix together this three-part blend for its respiratory health benefits.

Conveniently, we have assembled this triple combination into Softgel capsules that can be consumed quickly and easily while you’re traveling or enjoying the outdoors. Those with respiratory discomfort due to allergens can either take the capsules or can combine equal parts of Lemon (two drops), Lavender (two drops) and Peppermint (two drops) into a medicine cup, immediately thereafter chasing it with water.

For a little one with the springtime discomfort, parents can put equal parts of Lemon, Lavender and Peppermint into a roller bottle and roll it along the child’s spine, the bottom of the feet, beneath the nose or on the chest.

So, this spring don’t let seasonal discomfort prevent you from stopping and smelling the flowers: Any time seasonal or environmental elements are especially rampant, TriEase Softgels can safely be taken on a daily basis to promote clear breathing and overall respiratory health.

You can conveniently order these three oils in an Intro Ki(#32180001) for $26.67 retail / $20 Wholesale, or the TriEase Soft Gels (#49310001) for $30 Retail / $22.50 Wholesale by contacting me directly at 801-367-5731.