How to use:
Simply place the inhaler tip NEXT to and just about a half an inch below your nostril.
You do not ever need to place the nasal inhaler inside the nostrils. In fact, we suggest you never insert them in your nose. Slowly inhale the essential oils. This will help to clear the nasal passageway and absorb the essential oils into the bloodstream.
Lemon helps to boost the immune system. Eucalyptus has a decongestant action helping to clear sinusitis, a stuffy nose or relieve chestiness, as well as helping to stop coughs and colds spreading. Hyssop calms irritation with its spasmodic effects. Roman Chamomile has a calming and soothing anti-inflammatory effect.
Repeat the above procedure – 2 to 3 times for each nostril and then you are done. You can use your nasal inhaler every 2-3 hours if needed.
Eucalyptus radiata (Eucalyptus) oil*, Lemon, hyssop, Roman chamomile (*=organic)
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