Natural Remedies for Winter Wellness

As the leaves fall and the temperature drops, it's that time of the year when seasonal ailments start making their appearance. But fret not! This month's newsletter is all about natural remedies to keep you healthy and vibrant throughout the season.

Fight the Flu with Herbal Teas
   As the flu season approaches, boost your immunity with herbal teas like ginger, echinacea, and elderberry. These teas are packed with antioxidants and immune-boosting properties to help ward off infections. Plus on a cold day it will keep you warm!

Soothe a Scratchy Throat with Honey**:
   Sore throats are common in the cooler months. Mix a teaspoon of raw honey with warm water and lemon to alleviate discomfort. Honey's antibacterial properties can also help fight off infections.

Breathe Easier with PÜR Evergreens super strong Eucalyptus Menthol  Shower Steamers.
   Our shower steamers are no joke! We make them super strong so even the stuffiest noses can smell it! Eucalyptus oil can provide relief from congestion and sinusitis. Just don't take a bath with those steamers. 

Combat Dry Skin with Coconut Oil
   Dry, itchy skin is a common issue during the fall and winter. Use organic coconut oil as a moisturizer to hydrate your skin naturally. It's free from harsh chemicals and has a delightful tropical scent.

Nasal Irrigation for Allergies
   Seasonal allergies can persist into the fall. Try nasal irrigation using a saline solution to flush out allergens and clear nasal passages.

Rest and Sleep for Wellness
   Don't underestimate the power of good sleep. Create a calming bedtime routine and prioritize rest to keep your immune system strong.

Aromatherapy for Stress Relief
   Essential oils like lavender and chamomile can help reduce stress and anxiety. Use them in a diffuser or add a few drops to your bath for relaxation. We have a few oils left. Be sure to reach out if you want some. 

Holistic Health Practices
    Explore holistic practices like yoga and meditation to support overall well-being during the season.

Remember, while natural remedies can be effective, it's essential to consult with a healthcare professional if your symptoms persist or worsen.

Stay healthy and embrace the beauty of this season's natural remedies!