3 Best Essential Oils for Congestion. Most of us are familiar with the woes of congestion, which can also include sinus pressure, a nose that drips like a faucet, extreme pressure, and even pain.
1. Cedarwood Essential Oil
2. Frankincense Essential Oil
3. Eucalyptus Essential Oil
So these are the 3 essential oils for congestion.
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