I am SUPER excited to share this new throat tickle tamer with you.  The first time I tried it, it worked amazingly well and I think you’ll love it!

Here’s the back story.  A few night ago, my throat was irritated and I couldn’t stop throat clearing.  I’m not quite sure what caused it but nothing was helping.  This seemed to be some sort of irritation or tickle.  No other issues, really.  But I just couldn’t stop it.  I tried several things and nothing was working.

This really became problematic at bedtime.  No way could I sleep like this.  I could not get rid of this tickle.  And I knew that my hack would keep my hubby up, too.

I did a bit of research and came up with this:  2 drops of cassia, 2 drops of myrrh, and 2 drops of lemon in teaspoon of coconut oil.  I tend to be a bit cautious and like to dilute my oils.  When using essential oil, less is often more.  So I increased the coconut oil and added in some raw honey because I know how beneficial for the throat.

Essential Oil Tickle Tamer

  • 2 drops of cassia essential oil
  • 2 drops of myrrh essential oil
  • 2 drops of lemon essential oil
  • 1 tablespoon of coconut oil
  • 1 tablespoon of raw honey

Mix together.  Take 1/2 teaspoon at a time.

Note:  I used my fractionated coconut oil but I could have easily used my Nutiva raw coconut oil.  Just be sure to melt on the stove and NOT the microwave.  With the honey, I used a raw, local honey.  If that’s not available, Manuka honey is a great alternative.

After taking 1/2 teaspoon of this blend, I cleared my throat 2 more times.  That’s it, twice!  Plus, it was actually pretty tasty.  I was able to go to bed and get some legitimate sleep.  And so was my hubby.  I highly suggest trying this blend.  In our home, it’s a keeper.

Ready to get started on your essential oil journey,  I’d love to help you become an essential oil pro!  Message me for more info.

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