It’s holiday season again! For many, a very special part of the season is enjoying great foods and great drinks with family and friends. But sometimes, all that merry-making can lead to hangovers. No one wants that!
But how do you avoid that unpleasant reaction after overindulging on a festive alcoholic drink?
While we do not encourage excessive drinking, and our best recommendation to avoid a hangover is to drink responsibly, we realize you may still find yourself in need of a hangover remedy.
Here are our best essential oils solutions for hangover symptoms:
For tension and nausea relief, try our Tension Relief Synergy Pre-Diluted Roll-On. Simply apply this blend of Peppermint, Lavender, Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Spearmint Cinnamon Leaf, Ginger Root and other tension-easing 100% natural essential oils to your temples and the back of your neck for soothing relief.
2. & 3. Peppermint Essential Oil or Ginger Root CO2
For nausea, use our Peppermint or Ginger Root CO2 in an aromatherapy inhaler or inhale directly from the bottle as needed to relieve even the worst nausea!
For sensitivity to light and noise, coffee essential oils can help to stimulate and revive your battered senses without upsetting your stomach.
For muscle tension and shakiness, a soothing lavender bath can relax your body naturally! Just add a few drops to your body wash or shampoo to feel the calming effects.
5. 6. & 7. Grapefruit Pink, Lemon, and Orange Sweet
To regain that sense of well-being after a hangover, diffuse our natural citrus essential oils, such as Grapefruit Pink, Lemon, or Orange Sweet.
Each will bring an uplifting sense of well-being and help you feel like yourself again after a hangover. Put the citrus oil of your choice into an aromatherapy diffuser, personal inhaler, or diffuser necklace for just 15-20 minutes. You will feel rejuvenated and ready for the next holiday get-together!
Wait! One last piece of advice:
We recommend avoiding strong or floral aromas because they can intensify and worsen the symptoms of a hangover.
To learn even more about hangovers, check out our 2018 post of exactly how to use essential oils to help with even the worst hangover!
Happy holidays! We hope you stay safe and merry this season!