It’s Springtime! Get Allergy Relief in Minutes with Blue Tansy!

We personally tested Blue Tansy essential oil, heralded for its allergy-relieving action, and it was profoundly effective. Want immediate relief from itchy, watery eyes, sinuses and ‘hay fever’? Irritated skin?  Read on!

Blue Tansy Essential Oil

Tannacetum annum - The 'Blue' Tansy Flower. The essential oil turns blue during distillation process from the presence of anti-inflammatory compounds.

It’s that time of year, where flowers start blooming, and grasses start to grow. Our owner comes home from a run on the trails with eyes that he just wants to scratch so badly.

Our herbalist’s skin gets intolerably-itchy when working on the garden. So they gave Blue Tansy a try, as suggested by many leading aromatherapists.

How We Use The Oil

  • For itchy, watery eyes, one drop was massaged under each eye. Yes, you’ll have a little ‘war paint’ on, but it’s remarkable how quickly you’ll feel the results! Be careful not to get the oil in your eyes, just around them.

    Don’t put the oil above your eyes, as sweat may lead to getting the oil in the eyes themselves.

  • For itchy skin, dilute Blue Tansy essential oil in any carrier in a 1:10 ratio, and apply liberally. You may also use the oil undiluted.
  • For itchy, irritated sinuses, massage one or 2 drops of the oil into the sinsus areas on either side of your nose.

The Results

We were astounded at how quickly the essential oil provided relief. In minutes, the itchiness subsided, without the use of any pharmaceutical antihistamines. If you’re an allergy sufferer, we think you’ll be pleasantly surprised!

PS. While some customers have voiced concerns over Blue Tansy being in the ragweed family and possibly causing an allergic reaction, we’ve NEVER had anyone, including ourselves (some of us who are VERY allergic to grass pollen!)

Find Blue Tansy Essential Oil here!

 

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