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A unique mix of arctic herbs for use at home.

You will receive three large herbal packets, each one can be used several times. Included are directions, all three come in a plastic bag for freshness and a pillow box to store.

Directions: Place packet in a bowl or a plugged sink, add at least 3 cups almost boiling water. Once heat is tolerable place a towel over your head and tent it over the steam. Gently inhale herbal steam if you can, let it bathe your sinuses. Do this for 5-10 minutes or longer if needed, twice a day as long as the symptoms last. Do not ingest the herbs or the herbal water. You can reuse the packet and the water by re-heating. (do not use with very young children, but you can place a bowl of this steaming liquid in the room of older children to help sinus problems. Do not use the tenting technique with children.)

If you have a bad reaction to any of these herbs, discontinue use. Please research these herbs before using, description is given for information purposes only.

Ingredients: Eucalyptus leaves, yarrow flowers, alder leaves, peppermint leaves, lavender flowers, eucalyptus essential oil, and caribou leaves (artemisia tilesii).

Please enjoy researching these herbs as much as I do!

To read about, or to discuss this product and share your stories about this tea please visit: http://salmonberryorigins.blogspot.com/

Caribou Leaf Steam Packets

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: eucalyptus, yarrow, lavender, alder, peppermint, wormwood
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1627 reviews
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