Natural 100% Herbs used to benefit nasal congestion and to help relieve stuffiness due to long flights, rail travel, car, or un cleaned fans and air-condition units.
Relieve nasal congestion and dizziness. Contains full aroma of natural herbs for refreshment and relaxation.
Thai Herbal Nasal Inhaler Natural Nasal Inhaler. A 50gram well cast and with esquisit outer design metal container / Lasts a long time / Handy for handbag, pocket, travel, office, first aid box etc. /
- PURE Thai Herbs -
This herbal inhaler is a modern version of the ancient Thai medicine of "Ya dom".
THIS ITEM IS WELL LIKED! - also makes a lovely gift!
Brill item-lasts for ages and ages....
A Jarungjit Inhaler for nasal passages.
Excuse photo - this offer is for a prestine item packed within its foil and untouched & unopened not even to take a photo. The packaging on the new batch is not the same as the photo but the item is excactly the same.
What I can say is that they come in silver and gold the gold contains menthol which is a no-no for me the silver contains traditional Thai herbs receipt unchanged from the first jarunjit hinhalers in the 1920's - The snuff last and lasts and does not lose its power provinding you fasten the top each time and best to keep cool in a pantry best - not a fridge - I mean cool not cold and visa-vera do not keep in a hot place. Once again, don't leave about with the top off.
Back to ingredients: camphor, eucalyptus, ginger, pommelo, lemon peel, cloves. - note: camphor is used rather than menthol - Menthol is good clears stuffiness good for dizyness etc. but destroys the sensetive nasal capillarys which are sensetive and brussed while you have a cold or peritnitis. Camphor cleans and will help in the same way as menthol without destroying delicate nasal tissue. Camphor is also strong so do not use habbitually. Best to use wisely.
How to use:
Stick your finger and compress one side of the nose - snuff the inhaler deep until you are ether out of breath or feel it down in the lungs - a cold sensation in the chest. ...Great-one side done - now do the other side.
Easier said than done if you have acute/chronic peritonitis or sinotitis (Blocked up nose) the doctor or the chemist can give you a decongestant - a tip is also to rub some vic on your chest this helps to clear the passages.
The inhaler itself is a metal 10g container with perforated top like a watering can nossel inside (do not explore as this will weaken the seal and the contents can vapourise or dry-up) there is a sack like bag with the ingrediants inside.
This inhaler can be used if healthy as I do - it clears the head so to speak; freshens one-up.
Below: Below is what it says on the packaging... any Q just contact... thanks...
Relief nasal congestion and dizziness. Contains full aroma of natural herbals for refreshment and relaxation.
Size: 4.2 x 2.2 cm.
Thai herbs: clove, cassia oil, borneol and grapefruit. The fragrance is very good to relieve a stuffed nose, dizziness, faint. With the little metal tube, it's easy to take away with you, put in a bag or pocket.
(After use - when used up - use for picnic hamper pepper pot)