Who among us hasn’t had a cold? Unfortunately, from time to time, our nasal breathing can be disturbed. The cause of this condition can be both a cold and an allergy.

We’ve taken a traditional blend of Ayurvedic herbs 🌿 used for inhalation, added antimicrobial base oils, hypoallergenic rice wax, and turned it all into a handy balm cream.

A fragrant combination of Eucalyptus, Lemon, Rosemary, Peppermint, Clove and Cinnamon essential oils helps open the airways, reducing discomfort and promoting the healing process, calming and uplifting 😃. And this mixture is often used during a massage in Thailand to improve blood circulation and relieve muscle tension.

✅ How to use?

Apply a small amount of balm on the wings of the nose, chest area, neck and back with light rubbing movements. Also, when starting a cold, it will be useful to rub the balm on the palms of the hands and feet. For headaches or fatigue, apply the balm to the temples and to the point between the eyebrows, rubbing in soft circular motions. If necessary, you can use 2-3 times a day.

IMPORTANT ❗ Safe for sensitive skin as it does not contain irritants (beeswax, honey, menthol, camphor, eucalyptol, turpentine).

🌿 INGREDIENTS: unrefined shea butter, high oleic sunflower seed oil, castor oil, rice bran wax, infusion of chamomile flowers in olive oil, vitamin E, organic essential oils (eucalyptus, lemon, rosemary, peppermint, cloves, cinnamon), CO2- extracts (chamomile, rosehip, string, sage, pine, St. John’s wort, aloe vera).

We wish everyone good health! And so that your colds go like this 😉:

— Do you have a cold.
— No, I’m fine. It’s just that my nose is dripping with excess of my coolness and I need to get some of it out. (Quoted from How I Met Your Mother.)


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