CONGESTED?  Try an all natural personal inhaler.  D-CONGEST is similar to BREATHE in that it opens up passage ways.  CONTAINS: Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Siberian Fir

One personal inhaler in an amber glass apothecary tube with a screw top  

Price: $18.00

D-CONGEST Contains:

  • Eucalyptus –  Oil from the eucalyptus tree (Eucalyptus globulus) is used today in many over-the-counter cough and cold products, to relieve congestion.
  • Siberian Fir – (Abies sibirica) has both decongestant and expectorant properties
  • Rosemary – contains a number of biologically active compounds and is considered antiseptic and antimicrobial

An INHALER is a small, convenient, and easy to carry vial that can be used to inhale essential oils on the go.  It is like having a mini personal diffuser in your purse or pocket.  It can be used discreetly at any time to receive natural support for everyday concerns.

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INGREDIENTS: cotton swab saturated with certified organic essential oils: siberian fir, eucalyptus, rosemary

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ADULTS: Unscrew cap. Place inhaler beneath nostril and inhale deeply. Repeat beneath second nostril. If you prefer a more intense dose you may gently press one nostril closed while inhaling thru second nostril. Return cap as soon as you are done inhaling. Repeat as needed throughout the day. We do not recommend sharing inhalers.

CHILDREN: Unscrew cap and wave inhaler under nostrils. Instruct child to gently inhale vapors. Return cap as soon as they are done inhaling. Repeat as needed throughout the day. This is also an option for use when in public if you prefer a more elegant process.

STORAGE: Keep inhaler closed in-between uses. Also, don’t leave them in a hot environment such as a car or in direct sunlight. Inhalers will last 3-6 months depending upon use and storage.

*For educational purposes only.  These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

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