Sandpoint Seventh-day Adventist Church

Sandpoint, Idaho

Natural Remedies

Welcome. The information here is provided for attendees of the Prevent and Fight Disease Seminar.

Thorne Product Information

   Ascorbic Acid Vitamin C: Vitamin C Product Info

    Vitamin D: D-5,000 Product Info

   Zinc Picolinate:  Zinc (15 mg) Product Info

   N-Acetylcysteine:  NAC (500 mg) 


Hydrotherapy: Steam Inhalation

Steam inhalation may be used to relieve head and chest congestion, headache, and cold/flu symptoms.

TOOLS

  • Small pot for boiling water
  • Essential oils
  • Medium sized towel or umbrella

In a small pot, boil water. While boiling, place facial tissue, face towel, and a bowl of ice cold water nearby. After water has boiled, add  the following:

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 tsp sea salt
  • 3-5 drops Eucalyptus oil
  • 3-5 drops Oregano oil
  • 3-5+ drops Lavender oil
  • 3=5+ drops Peppermint oil

Immediately cover pot or wait a few seconds before starting steam inhalation as the oils can burn internally. Using an umbrella or towel over your head, carefully begin to inhale steam for 10-15 minutes. It is recommended to keep eyes closed during this time.

CONTRAINDICATIONS: Congestive heart failure, cardiac asthma, or other serious heart problems*. Steam inhalation is not advised for very young children as there is risk of burning (Akhavani, & Baker, 2005).


Link to PDF Handouts


Additional Resources

Hydrotherapy Videos

Specific Online Hydrotherapy Videos

Chest Fomentation Videos


Updated: 12/06/2001


REFERENCES

Akhavani, M. A., & Baker, R. H. (2005). Steam inhalation treatment for children. The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners55(516), 557.

*Reference pending