Seasonal allergies, a nasty cold, bronchitis, flu season, can all make you feel miserable.
You sound funny when you talk, your head hurts, and when you blow your nose, nothing comes out.
You’ll try anything to relieve the pain and pressure.
Steam inhalation, also known as steam therapy, is a natural solution that uses herbs to help clear mucus and open up the nasal passages, throat, and lungs.
It's also a great way to relax before bed and help improve sleep.
Steam inhalation is one of the most recommended therapies worldwide. It's 100% natural and you don’t need to invest in equipment.
The benefits of steam therapy
The steam adds warmth and moisture to the air and loosens mucus inside the airways and the lungs. It also relaxes throat muscles, reducing soreness and inflammation.
This simple herbal blend can help make you feel better the next time you’re sick or stuffed up.
What does it help with?
- Common cold & flu
- Sinus infections
- Nasal allergies / Congested (stuffy) nose
- Throat irritation
- Breathing problems caused by airway congestion
(For Fast Relief)
- Boil water, then pour it into a bowl and place it in a flat, safe surface (table). Be sure the bowl can`t be knocked over.
- Drop the sachet of herbs in the water, and let steep for 10 minutes. (do not remove the herbs from the bag)
- Never shake or lean the bowl, you can spill hot water and burn yourself.
- Put a towel over your head like forming a tent. Lean a little, your face should be 15 to 20 cm from the steam, (don’t get closer and avoid direct contact with hot water to avoid burning).
- Avoid allowing the steam to make contact with your eyes. Your eyes should be closed and directed away from the steam.
- Inhale deeply and slowly for at least 10 – 15 minutes for each session. If you still have symptoms you can repeat it 2-3 times per day.
- Do not put the bowl on your lap as this increases the risk of accidentally spilling the hot water into your lap and causing severe burns. So make sure the bowl is placed on an stable surface.
- Use while taking a bath
- Run hot water in the shower and inhale the steam.
- Use the blend to scent your home: Keep the hot water and herbs on your counter after you've heated it. The herbs have become more concentrated, and the chemicals they release into the air from their essential oils will dissipate in the air, and continue to refresh you and your environment.
Spearmint Oil, Eucalyptus Oil, Rosemary Oil, Pine Oil, Lavender Oil, Cinnamon Leaf Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Peppermint Leaves, Eucalyptus Leaves, Cornflower Leaves, Chamomile Leaves, Cinnamon Stick, Orange Zest, Calendula flowers, Lavender flowers.