In this post, you’re going to get a diffuser recipe using blue tansy (Tanecetum annuum) for seasonal allergies. Blue tansy is renowned as an antihistamine and analgesic properties. After all, our goddesses shouldn’t be suffering from sneezes, runny nose, and watery eyes. That’s totally unacceptable.
First, a little information about blue tansy
Our blue tansy sometimes comes from Morocco and is often referred to as Morocco chamomile. It’s wild harvested, steam distilled and tested to make sure it’s 100% pure. There is almost no scientific evidence to substantiate the claims as an anti-allergy remedy, but significant empirical evidence and a long history of use that give blue tansy its credibility. In the meantime, we have to wait for science to catch up.
Blue tansy to relieve seasonal allergies recipe
Ingredients for the Diffuser Recipe:
1/4 cup Canola Oil
1 tbsp 100 proof Vodka
10 to 12 Diffuser Reeds
1 tsp Blue Tansy Essential Oil
Fill bottle about 3/4 full with your essential oil, canola oil (sweet almond, jojoba also work well) and vodka. Stir or shake gently, add reeds and you’re almost done.
After the reeds are saturated, turn them over so the dry end is in the bottle. Wash your hands after handling the oil soaked ends of the reeds.
There, now you have a way to get rid of the sneezes. Keep in mind you can also use this oil in other types of diffusers, but the reed diffuser will keep the light and pleasant fragrance diffused gently into the atmosphere for much longer. If you use an electric diffuser, consider turning it on several times a day for 10 minutes or so.
Now go have fun and relax.