You don’t need to suffer from the painful coughs that occur as your body tries desperately to expel hardened mucus. Viral D™ nasal oil contains a powerful agent that breaks up the mucus caused by chronic sinus and severe lung and bronchial conditions. Diligently crafted from a precise blend of ingredients that are anti-viral and anti-bacterial, Viral D™ nasal oil gives you a strong tool in your arsenal to fight the symptoms of bronchitis, sinusitis, rhinitis, flu, and the common cold.
Cinnamomum camphora (Ravintsara), Cinnamosma fragrans (Saro), Eucalyptus dives (Eucalyptus Dives), Eucalyptus globulus (Eucalyptus Globulus), Inula graveolens (Inula), Lavandula latifolia (Spike Lavender), Mentha x piperita (Peppermint), Myrtus communis (Green Myrtle) and Rosmarinus officinalis ct. camphor/1,8 cineole (Rosemary Verbenone )
Simply add 1 drop of oil onto a cotton swab, then rub around the inside of one nostril (just at the opening of the nostril – do not go deep into the cavity of the nostril). Repeat this process for the other nostril. Please note that you should always coat the inside of your nose with carrier oil such as Jojoba or Olive oil. WARNING: Do not ever drop into nose like nose drops.
You can use Viral D™ in a steam blend. Use about 3-5 drops of Viral D™ in a bowl of steaming water. Place a towel over your head and the bowl, close your eyes and breathe.
If you can’t find time or energy to do a steam, apply a drop to a tissue and smell the strong fresh aroma for a few minutes. It’s a wonderful oil to add to a diffuser or blank inhaler.
Viral D™ is too strong and should be avoided on babies or children under eight years old. Keep out of reach of children. Care must be taken when using with asthmatics. If swabbing into nostrils make sure to swab a carrier oil such as jojoba or olive oil inside of nose before swabbing Viral D™ in nose.
Do not use essential oil as drops inside of nose, ears or any other orifice! External use only. Keep away from mucous membranes & eyes. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician or Clinical Certified Aromatherapist. Test a small amount on skin for allergic reaction.
Literature suggests that people with epilepsy, high blood pressure, and pregnant women should avoid Rosemary because of the camphor content. According to Robert Tisserand, he states that there is no case for contraindicating any essential oil in someone with high blood pressure.
According to Robert Tisserand and Rodney Young’s new book, “Second Edition Essential Oil Safety”, states that the essential oils used in this blend, Viral D™ is not hazardous in pregnancy, epilepsy or people with high blood pressure.