June is already here! Springtime is coming to a close end as the summer approaches on us. It won’t be long by the time we are left wondering, what’s happened to the spring. Spring, as we know, is the beginning of the warm season or allergy season. I know it as the latter as I suffer from allergies. But aside from the allergies, spring is the time to gather around with family and friends to enjoy the time and weather, not to mention the blooming season for nature.
But before the change of season occurs, have the spring scents linger around your house or room to remind you of the sharp, freshness of the flowers. Not only will they leave an aromatic smell that is pleasant but that’s beneficial to our nose and body.
Here are 3 essential oils which are frequently used during the spring.
Lavender oil, which is extracted from the lavender plant, has been used as an ingredient for perfume and is now used in aromatherapy. Why would it be used for aromatherapy? Well, besides its spring feel smell, lavender oil is known to have its benefits of calming and soothing you. There are plenty of perks you can gain from having this smell around such as:
- Induces sleep
- Relieves anxiety and stress
- Tension soother
- Helps with your respiratory
It is most commonly known to be used for its calming effects. If you want to know more, watch the video below or read about here.
Tea Tree Oil
Also known as melaleuca, tea tree oil has been commonly used in Australia. The use of the oil are many from making homemade cleaning products to applying on yourself (although you should be precautious about it if you do apply or do DIY projects). The benefits of tea tree oil can offer are:
- Soothe skin irritations
- Fight against fungal and bacterial growth
- Relieve congestion and respiratory infections (through smelling it)
Learn more about what the tea tree oil can do for you by watching this video below or reading about it here.
Who doesn’t enjoy the smell of peppermint! It has a fresh cleaning smell like the one you have after cleaning the house or room. Peppermint oil has cleansing properties which allow air around you clear of dust and microbes. Other benefits of peppermint oil are:
- Prevention of sinus (congestion)
- Relieves allergies
- Relieves headaches, muscle, and joint pain
Learn more about what it has to offer by reading about here or watching the video below.
Try out this 3 spring essential oils, or learn more about which other essential oils DoTerra has to offer! When it comes to essential oils, we use DoTerra. Let the spring season come inside your home with these 3 essential oils but will also help with cleaning and freshening your airways to breathe with ease especially if you have allergies. Tell us what are some of your favorite spring essential oils to use and why in the comments below?