Thursday, March 26, 2015

Don't Let Sinus Pain Boss You Around. Get Relief Easily and Naturally at Home NOW.

Sinus infections and relentless bouts of hay fever are frustrating and have the power to really slow down your life. But you're busy and don't have time to be shackled down by annoying sneezing, congestion and headaches.  

Don't Let Sinus Pain Boss You Around. Get Relief Easily and Naturally at Home NOW.Spring time should be a time to celebrate and enjoy the sun, not dread it's aftermath. The blooming of new flowers, and rampant germs and viruses cause our immune systems to go haywire, and work overtime to push them out of our system, causing inflammation and irritation along the way! And using all those conventional allergy meds will often leave you feeling even worse. 

If you've suffered from sinus irritation and crazy pollen induced hay fever, you know I'm not exaggerating and totally feel the pain.  But instead of despairing and hiding in your window-sealed house for the season, let me give you some tips. 

You actually can find relief and do so naturally with essential oils.

Starting with our favorite, of course: 
Eucalyptus Oil! (You knew I was going to say that, right?) Eucalyptus is the super hero of essential oils.  When inhaled, it's oil can open the respiratory system, reduce inflammation and allow for better breathing! It confidently storms through your bronchial passages to clear to the path for more air! Add to that, it's anti-microbial properties and you'll not only clear your airways, but clean house of all it's enemies!  I recommend using this Eucalyptus Oil Shower Mist in your morning/mid-day/evening shower routine, or in a sauna/steam room if you have access to one!
Lavender Oil, a natural antihistamine, anti-inflammatory and very calming. It can help reduce irritation and relax your breathing.
Lemon improves immunity, relieves respiratory issues, is antibacterial and relieves respiratory inflammation.
The truth is, all of the above oils would do well to be inhaled in the heat of a shower, sauna or steam room and will work miracles when rubbed on to the head, neck  and chest with a carrier oil.   They will all penetrate your skin and airways to both cleanse them of the pollen and to give you the sinus relief you so desperately need!
Peppermint Oil will help to open those stuffed nasal passages and can reduce headaches caused by sinus pressure as well! Special bonus tip?  Mix with a little coconut oils and rub on the top of your forehead, at your temples and behind your ears. You'll be surprised at how this gives you relief. 
But make it easy on yourself and get the eucalyptus shower spray that everyone is raving about! 
You don't have to be miserable any more.  There is help! 
We at Eurospa Aromatics, we are committed to your health.  Stop by and see what else we can do to increase the quality of your life and overall health.  
You deserve it.

Monday, March 23, 2015

Why One Mom Is OBSESSED With Spraying Eucalyptus Oil In Her Shower:

Why One Mom Is OBSESSED With Spraying Eucalyptus Oil In Her Shower: We know our eucalyptus oil shower spray is amazing. But when moms who've 'tried everything' use and rave about our product, our ears perk up and we get excited. Eucalyptus oil is a powerful and healing tool for better internal health through supporting the body's respiratory system with the added bonus of energizing the mind, and bringing relief to body aches and soreness. Who wouldn't want that? 
Well, Janice, from - agrees wholeheartedly with us and was anxious to spread the word about her 'shower revelation. Here's what Janice had to say, 
Why One Mom Is OBSESSED With Spraying Eucalyptus Oil In Her Shower: "I realize that it seems like 95% of people on this continent are now using essential oils to treat everything from their headaches to their tummy aches to their toe fungus, and I have jumped on that essential oil band wagon as well. I diffuse oils constantly – I have a diffuser by my bed and one in my kitchen. I rub them into my temples and the bottoms of my feet. I drink them, cook with them, clean with them and even bathe with them.
But for some reason, I had never showered with essential oils.
I guess I needed EuroSpa to make a shower mist with 100% pure eucalyptus oil and tell me to spray it into the steam of a hot shower for me to figure it out.
And now I am changed. I will be spraying eucalyptus oil into my showers for the rest of my days. It would just be silly not to…
  1. It wakes me up — Yes, I have always used my morning shower to “wake up,” but adding eucalyptus oil to that morning wake up is like adding a shot of caffeine to my shower experience, but without any caffeine needed!
  2. It clears out my sinuses — I don’t always have a cold. Although, as a mom with grade school kids, it seems like I am usually fighting off something. But even when I don’t have a virus, the eucalyptus oil seems to open up my sinuses, like I am breathing in fresh, misty mountain air.
  3. It is invigorating — I am not a morning person. I have a hard time “getting started.” But some deep breaths of eucalyptus invigorates me from the inside and out. It makes me a little bit more ready for my day.
  4. It feels like a spa — I haven’t had a facial in years, maybe decades. Going to the spa just isn’t in my budget. But with a few squirts of eucalyptus oil into the hot steam of my shower, my morning shower just went up in value. An easy taste of affordable indulgence.

How To Use

It’s so easy to transform your shower into a spa-like eucalyptus steam room…
  1. Begin by spraying one or two spritzes into the palms of your hands.
  2. Rub vigorously together to create heat.
  3. Now cup and bring slowly to your nose and breath in gently.
  4. Before you get in the shower, run hot water and spray into the steam.
  5. While you’re in the shower, you can also spray above the shower head.
  6. You may use between 5 to 10 sprays depending on how rich you want the scent."

We want to extend a hearty THANK YOU to Janice for preaching on behalf of such a worthy cause - your health! At Eurospa, we pride ourselves on the quality and efficiency of our eucalyptus oil; that even the tops spas around the world want to be part of and experience!  You can be one of the many that enjoy the benefits of Eurospa's Eucalyptus Oil Shower Spray today. Click the link and get yours. It's that simple. You can thank us later.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

What's Bronchitis and HOW Can I Heal It Naturally at Home?

What's Bronchitis and HOW Can I Heal It Naturally at Home?Why suffer through the throws of bronchitis when you can find relief easily, naturally and in the comfort of your home? 

At Eurospa, we believe you have the right to feel good and experience excellent health. Bronchitis shouldn't hold you back at all. 

Bronchitis: What it is, and How to Get Relief:
Bronchitis is an inflammation of the trachea and bronchial tubes, typically resulting from a viral infection, such as a cold or flu. If you get bronchitis once, you tend to get it again. When essential oils are used at the earliest signs of bronchitis, they can help slow or even stop the cycle of inflammation.

  • Avoid eating mucous-producing foods, such as dairy product, white flour products, and all products containing large amounts of white sugar. A diet of fruits and vegetables only for a week or two is a great diet for bronchitis.
  • Increase your regular intake of water to at least ½ gallon daily. (On a "normal" day, you should be drinking at least half your body weight in ounces)
  • Avoid very dry air by using a diffuser and or getting into steam as often as possible. Add drops of Eucalyptus oil to the diffuser to enhance the effect. Further, get our amazing Eucalyptus oil shower spray and spray it into the shower steam! Your lungs will open up so quickly and the relief feels so good! 
  • Stay away from all tobacco or industrial smoke.
  • Generally, avoid cough suppressants, since coughing helps to lift and eliminate the mucous that is generated by the bronchial inflammation.

Relief from bronchitis is possible without the use of dangerous drugs and chemicals. Eurospa knows the difference Eucalyptus makes and is proud to provide you that relief with our very own Eucalyptus oil spray.  Get a bottle of it in your home today!

Friday, March 13, 2015

Stop Suffering! Get Fast Relief from Sciatica Pain With this Natural Remedy!

Sciatica pain is a tricky monster to calm, but there are solutions for relief that you deserve to know about.  It's frustrating to experience a pain so irritating and debilitating. Sciatica pain is quite common but it's natural home remedies for pain relief are not so common. 

It's time to stop suffering. Get fast relief from sciatica pain with these natural remedies. 

You can ease your pain naturally with essential oils. 

Stop Suffering! Get Fast Relief from Sciatica Pain With this Natural Remedy!Since sciatica may actually become worse with touch therapies, one way to effectively ease the pain is through the use of essential oils. This can be done through aromatherapy or by applying a mixture of essential oils with a carrier, such as almond, olive or jojoba oil to the painful area. Essential oils can also be used in a hot compress applied to the painful area.

Some oils that are commonly recommended, include:
  • German Chamomile - German chamomile is a powerful anti-inflammatory. It also helps to stimulate the production of red blood cells. In addition to being known for its sedative properties, German chamomile also acts as an anti-spasmatic and analgesic (pain reliever).
  • Sweet Marjoram – Sweet marjoram has many of the same properties as German chamomile. It acts as an anti-spasmatic and promotes deep relaxation. It is also a powerful stimulant and should not be used during pregnancy.
  • Cypress Oil – Cypress oil comes from the leaves (needles) and cones of the Mediterranean Cypress trees of Europe. It is used for stimulating blood circulation and is a powerful astringent. Like German chamomile and sweet marjoram it is also an anti-spasmatic and often used to relieve the cramps, sprains and strains of athletic injuries as well as the pain of rheumatoid arthritis.
  • Eucalyptus– In addition to its uses as a decongestant and germicide, eucaplytus is an effective analgesic. It also has been found to have a stimulating effect on the mind. 

    (At Eurospa, we know our oils well and our favorite is Eucalyptus! We've even developed a whole product line based on it's power to heal.) 

Please keep in mind, that these essential oils should not be applied directly to the skin, but added to a massage lubricant, added to warm water, added to steam or used as a compress. For example:
  • If using as a compress, add four drops each of the German chamomile, marjoram and cypress to about one teaspoon of massage oil, then add that mixture to a small bowl of very warm water. Use a washcloth or small towel to absorb the liquid. Wring it out and apply to the area of pain. Remove when compress becomes cool and repeat.
  • If using in a massage session, add one or more of the essential oils in the proportion of 10-15 drops of essential oil to one ounce of carrier oil or crème. Allow the mixture to sit and blend for two to three hours before using.
  • As a pain-relieving bath, 10 drops of essential oil can be added to warm water. Soak the body for no more than 15-20 minutes.
  • When using steam, mix 10-20 drops of oil in a 6 oz spray bottle with a little water and fractionated coconut oil, and then spray into the steam. You can keep it simple by using Eurospa's Eucalyptus Oil Shower Spray as well! Steam is a great way to absorb the oils as it penetrates the pores and can travel internally via the respiratory system. 
Always remember to use high quality essential oils for therapeutic use. Adding essential oils to your self care is a great way to support your body in it's own healing. At Eurospa, we're happy to be a part of the journey!

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Health or Relaxation? You Don't Have to Choose. Here's How You Can Have BOTH.

Health or Relaxation? You Don't Have to Choose. Here's How You Can Have BOTH.If you're a busy person, it would help to know that you have relaxation and pampering options that are also good for your health. The good news is that you can. Have you ever had the opportunity to enjoy a steam room or sauna at a health spa or in a home?  They have incredible health and beautification benefits while allowing you to relax and re-energize. Not only do saunas and steam rooms both increase the heartbeat and improve circulation, they also have their own individual health benefits. 

Health or Relaxation? The Truth About Saunas and Steam Rooms:

Saunas can be used as a means of calming the body and relieving it of stress. If you suffer from insomnia (one out three people have a mild case), it can also help induce sleep. The heat from the sauna helps the body release endorphins, a feel-good chemical that reduces the effects of stress on the body which can relax you enough to sleep better. The sauna heats up your body, so when you leave and begin to cool down, your body releases increased levels of melatonin, helping you feel more relaxed and therefore allowing you to have a deeper sleep.
The heat from a sauna soothes your nerve endings and warms and relaxes muscles, in turn relieving the tension from your body and minimizing joint pain. This is especially beneficial for those who suffer from illnesses such as arthritis, painful migraines, and headaches.
Steam Room
Steam rooms have similar benefits as the saunas, but they work with added moisture in the air. The steam room helps to open up airways which improves your breathing and alleviates congestion. The wet heat from the steam room thins and opens the mucous membranes in the body, which helps to relieve the pressure. This is highly beneficial for those that suffer from asthma and bronchitis, as it helps with sinus relief.
The steam room also increases metabolism and can aid with weight loss. The steam room causes you to sweat, which means that your body is losing water. As water makes up a large part of your body weight, the emission of the sweat will cause you to lose a few pounds. The sweat also helps to remove toxins and cleanses the body.
Skin Benefits
As far as skin benefits, saunas are better for muscle relaxation and lowering blood pressure - a more internal job, whereas the steam room will help with overall detoxification of the body—the preference is yours. Both facilities open up your pores and increase blood and lymphatic circulation, which will effectively aid in softening your skin. You will notice a healthy pink glow in your skin, which will make you look younger, so not only will you feel good but you will also look rejuvenated.
The steam also helps to clear out any impurities from the skin which is especially good for those who have acne. Similarly, saunas will help to eradicate blackheads to give you clearer skin.
That being said, do make sure that you don’t stay in there too long—spending too much time in a sauna can lead to excessive thirst and too much time in a steam room can cause dizziness or even a rapid heartbeat.
In addition to the heat of steam rooms and saunas, both at home and in the spa, you usually have the option of enhancing your experience and furthering health benefits, with essential oils. Common ones are Lavender, Orange and our favorite - Eucalyptus. We favor the Eucalyptus so much, that we even created a convenient eucalyptus spray that you can easily use both in the shower and spa alike. Eucalyptus is antimicrobial and is a powerful immune support, and cleanser of the sinus and bronchial passages. Great for migraines and stiff muscles. What's not to love? 
At Eurospa, we are committed to your health, which is why our products are always the highest quality possible. 
Contact us today for more information!

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Migraine? Here Are Four Natural and Safe Ways to Find Headache Relief!

Migraine? Here Are Four Natural and Safe Ways to Find Headache Relief!Headaches and migraines may be triggered or exacerbated by stress, making relaxation an important part of headache treatment. One natural and healthy option to try is aromatherapy, which uses essential oils from plants to support the body as it heals itself. For many generations, aromatherapy has been used to relieve stress and pain for pain, and is quite safe, provided you use them as directed. Diffusing through the air is the best and safest option. For topical use, please contact the company directly to see what they recommend.

Eurospa wants you feeling good, so here are four natural ways to experience headache and migraine relief! 

Lavender oil comes from the plant’s blue-violet flowers. Some small research studies suggest that lavender oil has a calming effect when its scent is inhaled. It may also help reduce pain — aromatherapists often use it to help treat headache. Just place a few drops of lavender oil into boiling water and inhale the vapors. Lavender oil can also be rubbed into the skin for pain relief. But keep it away from your mouth and eyes — it’s toxic if ingested by a non-therapeutic grade brand.

Rosemary is another essential oil that is frequently used in aromatherapy. Rosemary oil applied to the skin has been used to treat muscle pain and improve circulation, so it makes sense that it could help relieve migraine or headache pain. One study supports the use of rosemary for reducing stress and anxiety. Essential oil of rosemary may be added to base oil and rubbed into the skin. It can also be added to bathwater, but avoid contact with the eyes or any open cuts.

Peppermint is a cross between water mint and spearmint plants, and it grows wild in Europe and North America. Peppermint oil is used in aromatherapy for headache as well as muscle and nerve pain. This essential oil can be inhaled, applied to the skin after being diluted with another oil, or taken by mouth in very small doses. Some pain studies show that peppermint oil used as aromatherapy for headache may allow people to use fewer traditional pain medications.

The leaves and oil of the eucalyptus tree are used for many medical purposes. Eucalyptus oil is said to help reduce swelling, clear nasal congestion, and relieve pain. These properties could all help ease headache pain, though there is no firm scientific evidence to support its use. Full-strength essential oil of eucalyptus should not be taken by mouth or rubbed on the skin. It should be diluted first. (everyday health)

Our favorite way of recommending it would be through steam - using our eucalyptus oil shower spray in both a shower or steam room. You'll quickly feel the pressure lighten and your body relax. 

If you deal with headaches or migraines, we don't envy you. But we do want to provide you with relief. Visit Eurospa today to learn more about our Eucalyptus based products. 

Monday, March 2, 2015

Stop the Pain and Learn the Secret to Getting Rid of Your Sinus Infection Fast and Naturally

Stop the Pain and Learn the Secret to Getting Rid of Your Sinus Infection Fast and NaturallyIf you're used to getting sinus problems, I want to share a solution with you. 
Sinus problems hurt, happen inconveniently and leave you feeling frustrated and desperate for anything that works. 
A solution? Eucalyptus oil. In particular, using eucalyptus in the home shower or in a steam room, regularly will help not only the immediate symptoms, but also the condition on a long term basis. 
Eucalyptus oil is a steam distilled from the eucalyptus tree.  The oil is taken from the tree’s leaves and extracted for medicinal, pharmaceutical, repellent, flavorings, fragrance, antiseptic and other uses.  Eucalyptus trees and bushes grow in South Africa, Portugal, Spain , Brazil, Australia, Chile, and Swaziland.
Eucalyptus is high in an oxide 1,8-cineol (or eucalyptol).  Oxides are basically a compound that has oxygen (technical wording: “a binary compound of an element or a radical with oxygen”).  Cineol is the most prevalent of the oxides . This means that eucalyptus is great as an anesthetic (loss of sensation), antiseptic (reduce the possibility of infection), as well as a strong mucolytic (gets rid of mucus).  It thins the mucus in the respiratory tract infections - making it a miracle worker for sinus problems!
Eucalyptus is analgesic, antibacterial, anticatarrhal, anti-infectious, anti-inflamatory, antiviral, insecticidal, and expectorant.  This means that eucalyptus may help with acne, bronchitis, ear inflammation, flu, hay fever, high blood pressure, nasal problems such as sinus infections, coughs, congestions, vaginitis as well as insect repellent.
The benefits are extensive, making the choice to keep it in your home, a positive one! So stop feeling hopeless and know there you can in fact, feel better! See for yourself, with Eurospa's Eucalyptus shower spray and other health improving products!