Simple to make, economical, and easy to use, this balm is just as effective. By using too many medications, our body finds itself disturbed by foreign bodies that it has great difficulty eliminating.
By changing our care habits and avoiding systematically taking medications, we take better care of ourselves and those around us. Natural remedies, particularly from the plant world, can help combat a good number of ailments. Plants and essential oils allow us to heal ourselves while strengthening our immunity.
This homemade respiratory balm, which I offer you, will eliminate colds, stuffy noses, congested bronchi and strengthen metabolism while providing a relaxing and soothing effect . Multi-use, It also helps to calm headaches , the feeling of heavy legs, muscle and joint pain .
- 3 tbsp. shea butter
- 8 drops of peppermint essential oil
- 4 drops of eucalyptus essential oil
- 4 drops of tea tree essential oil
The necessary equipment
- 1 whisk (or electric mixer)
- 1 stainless steel bowl
- 1 transparent glass jar 30 ml
- Incorporate the essential oils into the butter.
- Mix vigorously using the whisk.
- Pour the mixture into the jar and label
- The use of this balm with essential oils is not recommended for pregnant and/or breastfeeding women.
- Do not use in children under 6 years old.
- Do a skin test at the elbow crease before use (adults and children).
Our advice for use
In massage: The respiratory balm is applied by massage to the chest, temples, wrists, lower neck, upper back, at the base of the nostrils.
Take a small amount of the balm from the pot, warm it in your hands and massage it in. You can use it up to 4 times a day for adults and 3 times for children.
In inhalation: To use this balm in inhalation: pour into a bowl, 1 hazelnut of balm in 100 ml of boiling water. Cover your head with a towel and breathe in the vapors.
This balm can be stored for up to 6 months away from light and heat.