Revision for “Anu Thailam” created on January 21, 2015 @ 23:30:03
Uses : This oil is designed for the nasal passages. It helps relieve headaches, allergies, sinus pain and rhinitis. It will clear up the accumulated mucus in the head area.
This oil is designed for the nasal passages. It helps relieve headaches, allergies, sinus pain and rhinitis. It will clear up the accumulated mucus in the head area.
<em>Optimally, cleaning your nose with Anu Thailam (oil) should be performed for 7 days, 3 times a year. The rest of the time, you may use neti (warm water mixed with rock salt). Never use both methods on the same day. Or you can use anu thailam once a week. It depends on the instructions given by your health care practitioner.</em>
<em>To use Anu thailam, (before your shower), lie down with the head tilted back as much as possible without straining your neck (you may prop a pillow under your head). Put two drops of oil in each nostril and stay lying down for a few minutes. The oil will decongest your nasal passages and cause the excess mucus to move down toward your throat. Go to the sink and spit out any secretions, as they are toxic. Keep spitting until all the mucus has been eliminated. Rinse your mouth with warm water.</em>
Ingredients : Holostemma ada-kodien, Plectranthus vetiveroides, Cedrus deodara, Cyperus rotundus, Cinnamomum zeylanicum, Vetiveria zizanioides, Hemidesmus indicus, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Cyperus esculentus, Aegle marmelos. Solanum anguivi. Desmodium gangeticum. Pseudarthria viscida. Embelia ribes. Asparagus racemosus. Kaempferia rotundus. Cinnamomum tamala. Elettaria cardamomum. Piper aurantiacum. Nelumbo Nucifera. Oil of Sesamum indicum, Goat’s milk.
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