dizziness and vomitingAny remedies that will help with possible essential oil sensitivity - symptoms are dizziness and vomiting.
Started with lightheadedness Saturday morning. By late that evening dizziness began with vomiting for about 12 hours, diarrhea also. Now (36 hours later) no more vomiting but slight headache and slight dizziness.
teenee65 on 2005-05-02
4 doses the first day two the next and one per day for 3.
No one seems to realize that one can be allergic/sensitive to nearly anything.
Even "natural" things are suspect many times.
Your body reacted in a "poison" kind of way. This is the vomiting and dizziness. No, you are not in danger. It is a "picture" action to describe the above.
I have a friend that screams from the pain when these oils are accidently encountered. She is also severly allergic to plain rubbing alcohol. She cannot use homeopathy.
♡ sabra last decade
This has been a blessing, though very uncomfortable. I did not have a healthy "fear" of these natural things. I had used the essential oil Thyme in my son's humidifier and some got on my finger. I wiped it on my arm! Didn't think anything about it until I got worse and worse and finally called the hospital and described my symptoms and they were baffled...not a virus!!! That's when I reflected on the last 24 hours and thought about the Thyme. I thanked the Lord for having me remember the Thyme because I was scared after talking to the ER people.
Thank you for your advice, as always.
teenee65 last decade
The benefit of the humidifiers is the water. The suggestion of putting something in it comes from those who are trying to please the public. Marketing, Marketing, Marketing.
♡ sabra last decade
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