Suffering From Seasonal Allergies? Try Vaping These Oils.

Do you suffer from seasonal allergies? If so, you aren't alone. According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA), approximately 40 million Americans experience seasonal/perennial allergies. And with the spring season now here, many people are gearing up for the harsh months ahead. The good news, however, is that you can relieve the symptoms of seasonal allergies by vaping certain types of oils and herbs.

Vaporizers are small, portable devices that heat oils and herb just enough to create a plum of breathable mist-like vapor. Whether it's a conduction or convection model, they have precise heating mechanisms to ensure the material isn't burned. Since there's no fire, vaporizers don't produce smoke, nor do they produce the thousands of harmful chemicals found in smoke. This makes them an excellent tool for consuming essential herbs and oils.

It should come as no surprise that sinus congestion is one of the most common symptoms associated with seasonal allergies. When a person is exposed to pollen or some other type of allergen, his or her immune system responds by producing an abundance of inflammatory hormones. These hormones in turn lead to sinus congestion, as the nasal passages swell and become inflamed. You can relieve the nasal pressure of seasonal allergies by vaping tea tree oil. As noted by the health website, vaping just a couple drops of this essential oil will open the nasal passages, allowing you to breathe just a little easier at night.

Of course, tea tree oil isn't the only oil that's effective in combating seasonal allergies. Thousands of allergy sufferers have also reported success when vaping peppermint oil. Aside from its delightful flavor and aroma, peppermint oil is a powerful antioxidant that works to fight harmful chemicals in the body known as free radicals. When free radicals are left unchecked, they can damage or destroy otherwise healthy cells. Furthermore, there's some belief that free radicals can  lead to cancerous formations. Thankfully, these chemicals are easily controlled with antioxidants like peppermint oil. It eliminates free radicals while soothing the symptoms of seasonal allergies.

Commonly found in cold medicine, eucalyptus oil is a third type of oil that may prove beneficial in treating seasonal allergies. It opens the airways, soothes the throat, and relieves body aches and pains.

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