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Can an Essential Oil Mist Help Prevent Measles?

Feb 02, 2016

Can an Essential Oil Mist Help Prevent Measles?

Measles is an airborne disease.

This means it passes from one person to the next via breathing the air. So besides immunizations, what might be one of the best ways to naturally help prevent measles spreading? The fact is, that immunized or not we are all are at an elevated risk right now. We all need to look for ways to help prevent measles spreading.

Did you know ...hospitals in Europe use essential oils to prevent measles? These are concentrated oils from plants that are diffused in the air to help prevent transmission of disease from patient to patient. In the Late Middle ages, thieves were able to prevent contracting the bubonic plague by inhaling air that passed through fresh herbs and spices! 

So what might be an effective way to help prevent measles spreading? Spraying something that can help kill viruses in the air, on your skin, or on surfaces of course.

Preventing the spread of a disease via a mist is a popular concept. Chemical air fresheners such as Lysol, are commonly used to help reduce germs in the air.


How can a mist work?

Certain compounds naturally kill viruses, bacteria, mold spores and fungi. They can destroy them in the air or on a surface. Due to airflow, new germs are constantly arriving and therefore mists need to be used regularly in order to work. These effective compounds are called phenols. Phenols naturally occur in plants and are therefore, also found in essential oils.

Essential oils are a plants immune system, protecting it from viruses and disease. Therefore, no matter what essential oils you might inhale, they all can help support your immune system. This once again brings us back to the idea, that an essential oil mist could perhaps be one of the best ways to help prevent measles spreading.

Obviously some essential oils have higher concentrations of phenols to work better for helping to destroy viruses and germs than others. Some of the safest and best smelling are rosemary, cajeput, bay laurel, myrtle, and pine needle.

Kaliana HEALTH MIST & OIL are rich in essential oils high in phenols.


Make your own Essential Oil Health Mist

(One 4oz bottle) Your family can rest easier knowing this fabulously fresh, herbal-scented mist is watching over you. Each ingredient has been selected for specific targeted health support.
1 4oz spray bottle find in the travel section of your local drug store
1/8 cup grain alcohol
12 drops rosemary essential oil
12 drops cajeput or tea tree essential oil
12 drops pine needle essential oil
3/8 cup filtered water
Permanent marker

First, write “Essential Oil Health Mist”, “shake well”, and “external use only” on the outside of the spray bottle with your permanent marker. Next, pour the alcohol into the spray bottle. One by one, add each of the essential oils directly into the alcohol. Close the cap and shake very well. Uncap the bottle and add the filtered water. Cap and shake well again.

Your mist is now ready to use. Shake well each time before using to ensure the essential oils are dispersed.

Kaliana HEALTH MIST & OIL are rich in essential oils high in phenols.

Best Ways to Use a Natural Mist

Spray mist lightly into the air of your home and office, onto doorknobs and countertops so that the phenols can help to kill off viruses and germs.

Be sure to spray it inside your car and onto your hands after visiting the grocery store, school, or any other public place. This can help address any exposure you may have unknowingly encountered, especially while measles, flu or any other infectious illness is around.


About the Author: Kaliana has been studying natural healing since 1976. She developed her own line of aromatherapy products in 1995, is a gifted intuitive, Master Energy Healer, author of 4 books, professional speaker, and offers private consulting for spiritual women and moms.

Kaliana is a certified Phyto-Aromatologist, graduated from Queens University as a Presidential Scholar, sat on the Board for Eating Disorders at The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, holds a 4-year Advanced Certification from the Mastery of the Heart School, and teaches certified courses for Continuing Education Hours by NCBTMB.


Disclaimer: This article is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treat. This information is based on research and knowledge by the author, and the ideas are not intended as substitute for medical advice. As with any products it is suggested that you check with your medical practitioner prior to use. The author disclaims any liability arising directly or indirectly from the use of any products mentioned herein.

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