People say that Lancaster County, PA is the seasonal allergy capital of the country. I suspect that there are several areas that claim that distinction. Let's just say that we can tell when the trees throw off pollen, when the corn tassels and when the leaf mold is rampant. We started working on helpers for ourselves decades ago, as soon as we started learning about herbs and oils.
The set includes:
Day at the Spa soap includes seaweed for its humectant and skin soothing properties, and it is scented lavishly with eucalyptus and peppermint essential oils. You'll love the way it makes you feel, from your head to your toes.
A Sinus Aromatherapy roll-on that you'll apply to your forehead, chest, wrists and throat. The essential oils have been properly diluted in jojoba oil for safe use.
A Sniffing Jar for sinus. When I suggested this product 25 years ago, my sister shrugged and thought it might be fun. Little did either of us know it would be second only to soap in popularity. The blend of herbs and essential oils in the little jar never fails to get a reaction on first sniff.
Sinus Blend Spritz is made from the same essential oils as the roll-on but is oil-free and not as concentrated. I have been known to spray it on my husband's pillow when he snores (it helps!) and the pillow is a great place to spray a bit when you are trying to fall asleep and feeling clogged up.
Everything is packaged in a bright blue, jute drawstring sack.