Spa-Inspired Ways To Kill A Cold Fast😷 by Samantha Witt - Musely
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Spa-Inspired Ways To Kill A Cold Fast😷

posted in Health & Fitness
04/01/2014
  • Herbal steam
An herbal steam will un-stuff a nose and soothe a dry scratchy throat, not to mention get your skin clean and glowing. First, remove all makeup. Fill a large heat safe bowl with about one quart of boiling water. Add 1–3 tablespoons of any of the following herbs (feel free to combine)-->
    Herbal steam
    An herbal steam will un-stuff a nose and soothe a dry scratchy throat, not to mention get your skin clean and glowing. First, remove all makeup. Fill a large heat safe bowl with about one quart of boiling water. Add 1–3 tablespoons of any of the following herbs (feel free to combine)-->
  • Rosemary, eucalyptus, sage, peppermint. Placing the bowl on a table, sit with your face over the mixture, Drape a bath towel over your head to create a chamber that holds the steam in. Breathe deeply. Continue for 10 minutes or until steam begins to die down.
    Rosemary, eucalyptus, sage, peppermint. Placing the bowl on a table, sit with your face over the mixture, Drape a bath towel over your head to create a chamber that holds the steam in. Breathe deeply. Continue for 10 minutes or until steam begins to die down.
  • Lymphatic massage
Massaging your lymph nodes in a downward pattern can drain the lymphatic fluid that collects in the face and neck area when you’re sick, causing that stuffy head feeling we all know and hate. Try delicately rubbing the area in an up and down motion with your fingertips. See picture
    Lymphatic massage
    Massaging your lymph nodes in a downward pattern can drain the lymphatic fluid that collects in the face and neck area when you’re sick, causing that stuffy head feeling we all know and hate. Try delicately rubbing the area in an up and down motion with your fingertips. See picture
  • Forehead acupressure
Applying pressure to the areas shown in the picture is said to relieve a stuffy nose and head congestion. Using a middle finger, press firmly for 2 minutes. Release the pressure slowly to allow the tissues to respond
    Forehead acupressure
    Applying pressure to the areas shown in the picture is said to relieve a stuffy nose and head congestion. Using a middle finger, press firmly for 2 minutes. Release the pressure slowly to allow the tissues to respond
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