A gentle nasal spray to help release nasal congestion and provide relief to stubborn cold, flu & allergy symptoms.
Apply 1 spray to each nostril. wait 10-15 minutes and have the child blow their nose, or use a nasal aspirator. Apply again as needed until the blockage or infection is gone. Do not use more than twice in 1 hour.
- Origanum vulgare (Oregano) oil: Used by humans for approximately 4,000 years and reputedly created by the Goddess Aphrodite as a symbol of happiness. The Greeks used the word Oreganos, meaning “Joy of the Mountains” Anyone who has seen or smelled the Oregano covered hills and mountains of the Mediterranean during spring time can confirm the sweet and herbaceous smell that can be experienced there. It was used widely by the Greeks and later the Roman empire to spice fish meat and even to flavor wine. As a medicine Oregano oil is antiviral, Fights infection, protects against harmful organisms, improves digestion, supports healthy menstrual function, supports immunity to allergies, increases weight loss, and combats cold & flu.
- Azadirachta indica (Neem) oil: The history of the Neem tree is as old as India its self. Neem has been used as a medicine, a nutritional supplement, and a culinary ingredient; it has been used in agriculture as a fertilizer and pesticide and in livestock production as a protein source. It has even found uses in beauty product. If the British had known about the many uses of Neem, this plant would have been world-renowned many years ago. Also referred to as India’s secret plant, the many uses of Neem were a closely guarded secret. Medicinally, Neem is antiviral, anti-fungal, antiseptic, anti-bacterial, anti-diabetic & blood purifying. It has been used successfully as a contraceptive in high doses. It has been used to treat Malaria, Diabetes and more than 100 other common ailments.
- Mentha arvensis (Mint) oil: Used by humans for approximately 2,000 years as a digestive aid, to increase weight loss, to relieve nausea, headaches, depression asthma & memory loss. Mentha arvensis, also known as field mint, corn mint, and wild mint. Packed with vitamins and minerals this herb was traditionally used for everything from swollen gums, to ulcers and arthritis pain.
- Cinnamomum cassia (Cinnamon) oil: First recorded in Egypt around 4,000BC, cinnamon is one of the oldest spices used by humans. Originally part of the embalming process, later used in perfumery and most commonly as a culinary spice, cinnamons rich history in medicine is not to be overlooked. Cinnamon has a rich and colorful history among Arab traders who invented wild tales of its origins to support its exorbitant price. One such tale was recorded in 5th century BC by the Greek historian Herodotus who claimed that the Cinnamon was collected by large birds who used the sticks to build their nests on top of mountains so dangerous that man could not climb them, large pieces of ox meat were left at the base of the cliffs to be collected by the birds. The weight of the meat in the nest would cause it to fall to the ground where the eager spice hunters would wait. Medicinally Cinnamon can be much easier to define as its benefits can be seen within days, the oil that we use decreases inflammation, Increases circulation, fights viruses, fights free radicals, relieves depression, stimulates the immune system, stimulates libido, fights parasites balances blood sugar and gives the body an energy boost that can be felt within the first few days of consumption.
- Himalayan Minerals: certainly not the least of all the ingredients. Himalayan minerals contain 84 of the 104 minerals that the form the composition of the human body. This single combination of minerals gives your body almost 90% of the ingredients it needs to build new cells from. It is the essential micro and macro nutrient broth that most life on earth came from. It detoxifies the body at a cellular level. It helps build new cells and remove old damaged cells. It is packed with electrolytes that fuel the body with massive amounts of energy. It is one of the fundamental building blocks of the human body, yet it get’s replaced with common sodium chloride. One single mineral has replaced 84 nutrients. Iodine is then added to that single mineral as if it makes up for the 83 missing elements. Common table salt is by no means a substitute for a full mineral profile. These 84 minerals help reduce heart disease, purify the blood, assist in weight loss, flush toxins from the body, increase energy levels, remove fat from the cells and provide a natural pH balance.