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Pollen Influences Cloud Formation

Pollen influences cloud formation, forming cloud condensation nuclei. As pollen breaks down they rupture and collect water from the atmosphere. Pollen gathers moisture and forms a cloud subsequently causing rainfall. This phenomena is only recently understood following research by Allison Steiner, University of Michigan, and Sarah Brooks, A&M University, Texas: How Pollen Influences Cloud Formation.

This research indicates why asthmatics are affected by thunderstorms. Clouds of pollen are released into the immediate atmosphere especially after a thunderstorm.It literally is raining pollen! After or during the storm, those affected can help protect their lungs by applying Decongest aroma that heals blend to the chest or sinuses. This will reduce the inflammatory response in the lungs and sinus caused by the pollen storm. Allergy  spray therapeutic essence blend also can help those who are affected by overcast and stormy weather.

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Respiratory Virus

The current outbreak of the respiratory virus has people asking what essential oils and essences to use. There are several: sage, thyme, eucalyptus citriadora,anise and more. These are already blended into products: Decongest and Cold/Flu. Decongest is a topical, sweet almond oil base combination of the essential oils and essences to be applied on the chest, upper back and/or throat. Cold/Flu is a water and alcohol based combination of several essential oils and essences that kill the cold and flu virus in test tube conditions. Both can be used. Their contents differ. Cold/Flu can be worn as a topical application or misted as a spray.

We now also have a hand sanitizer that is mildly aromatic with almost no alcohol. The essential oils and essences are antibacterial and anti viral. Mist the hands as needed or 3x daily. The hand sanitizer uses only safe essential oils for children.

For the next few weeks, Decongest is on sale now at www.aromahealthtexas.com

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