This is pollen. This is Fresh Air Fare. When the air is filled with the first, you need the second to ease the effects of all that plant dust irritating your sinuses, eyes, and system. Go to the Fresh Air Fare product page to learn more and to purchase.
Posts Categorized: Essential Oils
I recently refilled a Fresh Air Fare for one of its hugest fans and frequent users. In this super short video, she puts her Fresh Air Fare bottle in the Keychain Canister (KC) after getting the refill. The KC then gets clipped into her purse for easy access and ready application. She took her larger… Read more »
Do you know how contradictory it is to read the ingredients label for a “natural” product and it takes a dictionary, a cup of tea, and 10 minutes to get through all of those chemistry names? It doesn’t make sense. Take shampoos, for example. The typical commercial – even “natural” ones – can have an… Read more »
Earl Grey is one of my favorite teas. Being a bit caffeine sensitive, I usually make mine with Rooibos as the “tea” instead of the traditional Black Ceylon. If the basis of this tea is plain ol’ Black Ceylon tea, what gives it its distinctive flavor? Bergamot (pron. bear-ga-moh) essential oil which is derived from the… Read more »
One of the best healing techniques to kick a “cold” with congested crud, flu, or respiratory infection is to do a face steam. These are powerful unto themselves to moisturize, heat and open up the bronchial system, yet adding just one drop of Fresh Air Fare™ kicks the effectiveness and healing action way up! How… Read more »
I’m talking about those from bees, wasps & hornets, not a rock band. Bees are much less aggressive than their nasty counterparts but their bites can still cause discomfort and irritation. The wasps seem to be everywhere this summer and in great numbers. Here are some tips to help avoid getting stung as well as… Read more »