Take a small pea-sized amount and rub on area desired. If it is for breathing or sinus, rub on chest, neck, or just under nose. It can also be put on the bottom of the feet.
Or apply directly on top of bites and stings
It’s beneficial to use a balm rather than an oil alone for a few reasons. First, it’s important to dilute your essential oils for safety. Second, by adding nourishing oils like coconut oil and vitamin e oil, the effect will last much longer because the oils can’t evaporate so quickly.
This antihistamine balm recipe is one we can all use for natural allergy relief from time to time, and it can be used for relief of seasonal allergies, sinus issues, nasal congestion, eye and throat irritation, allergies in general or to apply to bites, stings or rashes.
The ingredients in the antihistamine balm will help reduce swelling and relieve itchiness. It is a great natural remedy for allergy relief to keep on hand at home, but also wonderful for a first aid or traveling kit.