How a few minutes a day can reinvent your immune system!

reinvent your immune system

There are many ways you can support your immune system, and these range from making a couple of healthy choices at mealtime to elaborate healthcare plans. If you thought there had to be an easier way - you were right. Nature has provided us with everything we need to maintain perfect health, and you can take advantage of this by using up only a few minutes out of your day! All you need is the right essential oils and a diffuser. Spending a few minutes diffusing immune supportive essential oils on a daily basis is a perfect and natural first line of defence. 

When you inhale, breathe in, or diffuse into the air essential oils, they go directly to the lungs. There they are quickly absorbed into the bloodstream as they cross the airway/capillary system. From there the molecules of essential oils are transported throughout the body and into each and every cell. Since it only takes a few minutes for the blood to circulate throughout the whole body, the essential oils you have just inhaled will be throughout your entire body within a few minutes. So what are the best immune support oils you can diffuse?

Eucalyptus Oil


Its strongly anti-bacterial and anti-viral healing potency is widely recognized and highly valued. Eucalyptus is a powerful respiratory aid and has a strong influence on breathing and is helpful for regenerating lung tissue and function. Eucalyptus stimulates oxygen uptake in our cell tissues and increases circulation. Increased oxygenation in the lungs promotes the cleansing and repair function of red blood cells. It also helps to relieve fevers, congestion, infections, and many bacterial illnesses.  

Clary Sage OilClary Sage

Clary Sage’s extraordinarily high concentration of the antioxidant rosmarinic acid (36% of its weight) helps it work as a powerful natural antiseptic and antibiotic. European research shows sage extract is one of the most powerful antimicrobials known, killing 100% of 40 different strains of bacteria and 25 strains of fungi, including E. coli, salmonella and streptococcus bacteria and Candida albicans fungus. Dutch research has shown it can even kill 70% of the tough-to-defeat Staphylococcus bacteria.   Frankincense Oil


Frankincense is an ancient essential oil used for spiritual connection and to support a healthy immune system. If cells in the body are damaged,  the chemical profile of frankincense essential oil helps bring them health and empowers the ability to rejuvenate. This is beneficial throughout the entire body, providing it with overall support. The anti-inflammatory and cellular rejuvenation properties also positively affect the immune system. If the immune system is down, weakened, or off in any way frankincense can help to bring it back into balance and proper functioning.   

Lemon OilLemon

Lemon is best known for its ability to cleanse toxins from any part of the body and is widely used to stimulate lymph drainage, to rejuvenate energy, and purify the skin. According to a study published in the International Journal of Food Microbiology last year, lemon oil may actually be the most powerful anti-microbial agent of all the essential oils.   

With the recent surge in essential oil popularity, there are a lot of brands out there claiming to be pure and organic, yet almost all of these companies are using synthetic oils to reduce costs. This can result in an inferior product that lacks life energy and therapeutic value. Be assured that Synthesis Organics only ever uses the highest quality, certified organic essential oils in all our products.

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