The Original Swiss Aromatherapy Oil
Powerful Vapors May Enhance Breathing Passages
Just a Few Drops is All it Takes
Potentially Soothing Relief for Tired Muscles
Olbas Oil originated in Basel, Switzerland over 100 years ago, and continues to be a European and worldwide favorite. The natural essential oils in Olbas are extracted from six medicinal herbs, which have been the basis of potential healing in cultures around the world for centuries. These oils are carefully blended by Swiss herbalists, making the Olbas formula truly unique. The synergistic combination of these six essential oils may provide amazing sensations to your body at multiple levels.
Olbas Oil has long been a household name that families reach for when suffering from seasonal distress and related discomforts. As an aromatic inhalant, this completely natural essential oil formula may deliver invigorating and soothing sensations to the nasal and bronchial areas. Olbas Oil can be dropped onto a handkerchief or into warm water for inhalation during the day. At night, a drop on a tissue tucked inside a pillowcase may help stimulate and enhance your breathing passages so that you get a good night’s sleep.
Potential Benefits of Olbas Oil
Inhalation: Olbas Oil is a completely natural essential oil formula that may deliver invigorating and soothing sensations to the nasal and bronchial areas.
Massage: Applied to the body, Olbas Oil may stimulate circulation at the surface of the skin. It may open up the pores and could provide a comfortable feeling in the muscles and joints.
Sports: Runners, cyclists and other sports enthusiasts praise the value of Olbas Oil. Massaging with Olbas Oil may help loosen muscles and make them supple, while inhaling Olbas vapors may help support endurance and performance.
Daytime: Inhaling vapors from a tissue sprinkled with Olbas Oil quickly may stimulate and enhance the breathing passages. Try adding 20 drops of Olbas Oil to a bowl of hot water, place a towel over the head and breathe vapors in deeply for 5 to 10 minutes.
Nighttime: Simply sprinkle 5-10 drops on a tissue and tuck inside a pillowcase.
Apply Olbas Oil generously and gently massages the body. New “drip bottle” dispenses the oil drop by drop, and can be used as an applicator for massage. May stimulate surface circulation and deliver comfort to tired muscles and joints. May be used for full body massage or as a spot massage at pressure points for quick effect. The natural essential oils are non-greasy and won’t stain most natural fabrics.
Head: Massage a drop or two directly on the forehead and temples (Avoid contact with eyes).
Sore, aching feet: Massage directly on feet or add 25-50 drops of Olbas Oil to a dishpan of hot or cold water and soak feet for 10 to 15 minutes.
Compress: Add 10-20 drops of Olbas Oil to a bowl of hot or cold water. Submerse a cloth in the water, wring it out and place it on the desired area. Hot compresses may feel soothing for aching bodies; cold compresses may feel refreshing on the forehead.
Sports and Exercise
Massage Olbas Oil into muscle areas BEFORE jogging, bicycling, or workouts to potentially help relax tight muscles. Apply AFTER sports or exercise and massage gently to help possibly reduce soreness and soothe overworked muscles.
Family Use & Travel: Take some Olbas Oil with you whenever you travel- may be great for those bumps, discomforts, and stresses that inevitably come along. May be soothing when used to massage on tired, sore feet and legs after prolonged periods of walking, standing, or sports activity. Aromatherapy Tip: Some report that insects hate the aroma of Olbas Oil. Imagine that!
Olbas Oil Details
Available in a 0.95 Fl. Oz. (28cc) cobalt blue glass bottles. Cobalt Blue glass keeps out deteriorating sunlight and protects the aromatic and potentially therapeutic properties of Olbas Oil.
Ingredients: Essential oils of Peppermint, Eucalyptus, Cajeput, Wintergreen, Juniper, and Clove. *
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