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Emu Oil - Snoring Aid
Emu Oil - Snoring Aid
Manufacturer Number: 34-001
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What is Emu Oil?
  •  Emu oil is a bright yellow liquid, made up of mostly fat, which is collected from the deposits below the skin of the bird.
 
What the immediate benefit of adding Essential oils to this wonderful oil.
  • The most popular benefit of emu oil is its use as an anti-inflammatory. It also contains compounds that have antioxidant properties.
  • The skin easily absorbs emu oil. This can help lock in skin moisture, making the skin less prone to cracking or drying out.
 
 
 
Essential oils we have added are Lavender, Eucalyptus and Clove
 
Benefits of using essential oils to aid in the reduction of snoring.

Essential oils have been used for thousands of years to treat a variety of ailments. They're made by extracting natural chemicals from certain plants. These chemicals give plants their odors and flavors, so extracting them is like capturing the essence of the plant.

True essential oils are extracted naturally, either by steaming or crushing various parts of the plant. Essential oils are often made from tree bark, roots, flowers, leaves, and herbs.

Aromatherapy uses essential oils to improve your physical, mental, or spiritual health. In aromatherapy, essential oils are typically inhaled or diluted and applied to the skin. Do not swallow essential oils.

Clinical trialsTrusted Source have shown that essential oils can reduce nausea and anxiety in people with cancer. Other studiesTrusted Source have pointed to the antibacterial effects of topically applied essential oils.

Although science doesn't currently have the evidence to support it, many people have long sworn by the effects of essential oils for snoring.

About 45 percent of adults snore at least occasionally and 25 percent snore habitually. Snoring can be more than an inconvenience. Snoring can lead to insomniaand issues with a sleeping partner. It can also be an indicator of a serious condition called sleep apnea.

The data on using essential oils for snoring is limited. A preliminary clinical trial sponsored by the makers of one essential oil throat spray showed that their particular blend of essential oils can effectively reduce snoring in some people. However, it's not clear why or how these oils work to reduce snoring.

Essential oils for snoring

Many essential oils are touted for treating snoring and improving sleep.

Thyme

According to experts in the field of aromatherapy massage, rubbing a bit of thyme oil on your Feet at night can reduce snoring.

Peppermint

Peppermint oil has purifying effects that help clear the sinuses and make it easier to breath. If your snoring gets worse when you're stuffed up, inhaling peppermint oil may help.

Eucalyptus

Early research shows that eucalyptus can help break up the mucus in your respiratory system, including your sinuses and the back of your throat.

People use eucalyptus oil to relieve the symptoms of asthma and bronchitis.

Cedarwood

Cedarwood has a woody smell that can help reduce anxiety and relax muscles. It may help you enter a state of relaxation helpful to sleep.

Lemon

The fresh citrus scent of lemon oil has been shownTrusted Source to improve mood. It may help by reducing anxiety and promoting feelings of well-being.

Clove

Clove is an herb with a variety of medicinal uses.

Clove oil is used to loosen phlegm in the chest. It may help break up phlegm that moves to the back of your throat when you lie down to sleep.

Pine

An essential oil derived from pine needles, pine oil has both antimicrobial and antioxidant propertiesTrusted Source.

Aromatherapy experts also use it to massage stressed muscles and sore joints. Massage therapy is an effective insomnia treatment.

Fennel

Fennel may have some anti-inflammatory properties. Some people can use it to reduce inflammation in their nose and throat and improve the flow of air through their nasal passageways.

Sage

Sage oils have long been used for their medicinal value. Sage oil may be effective against respiratory infections, such as the common cold. It might also help improve your circulation.

Citronella

Drinking alcohol is actually a common cause of snoring. Citronella oil has detoxifying properties that may help you urinate and sweat out toxins.

Lavender

Lavender is the most commonly used oil for the treatment of insomnia. It promotes relaxation and may trigger the release of melatonin, the sleep hormone.

It's often helpful for the partners of people who snore, too.

Marjoram

Marjoram has expectorant properties that may help break up some of the mucus obstructing your breathing during the night.

Valerian

Valerian root has powerful sedative effects, so it's commonly used in natural sleeping supplements.

Valerian oil may help promote a restful night's sleep for you, with limited position changes, or serve as a sleep aid for your partner.