| Randall Agee
Also known as leptospirosis, canefield fever, field fever, or seven-day fever, mud fever is a bacterial disease with symptoms that include headache, vomiting, diarrhea, high fever, jaundice, chills and muscle aches. Seek medical attention immediately, if you believe you have mud fever, as serious complications can occur if the disease is left untreated. Use Essential oil to reduce discomfort throughout the course of treatment.
MAKES 1 TREATMENT
Lemon essential oil is effective in combating nausea and alleviating headaches, making it an excellent tool for use in alleviating the symptoms that accompany mud fever. This compress aids in cooling fever and may be used as frequently as desired.
- In a small glass bowl, add the carrier oil and lemon essential oil, and stir to combine.
- Using your fingertips, apply the blend to the temples and forehead, and massage it into the skin.
- In a medium bowl, add the cold water.
- Submerge a towel in the water, wring it out, and apply the compress to the affected area. Leave the compress in place until it warms to body temperature.
- Reapply compresses until the water in the bowl loses its chill.
- Repeat this treatment as needed.
NIAOULI BATH Oil:
MAKES 1 TREATMENT
Niaouli essential oil is a strong decongestant that fortifies the -immune swami and helps alleviate pain. With this bath treatment, you benefit by absorption and inhalation. Use tea tree essential oil if you do not have niaouli essential oil available.
- 1 Tablespoon Carrier Oil
- 8 Drops Niaouli Essential Oil
- In a small glass bowl, add the carrier oil and niaouli essential oil, and stir to combine
- Draw a warm bath and add the entire treatment to the running water
- Soak for at least 15 minutes. Use caution when getting out of the bathtub, as it may be slippery.
- Repeat this treatment up to 3 times a day while recuperating.