De-Stuff Rub by Kiwiherb is the ideal addition to your home medicine cabinet, supporting clear airways, helping adults and children breathe easier. This calming and soothing certified organic formula contains a blend of natural oils in a base of coconut oil, olive oil and beeswax to help clear excess mucous from the upper airways and provide symptomatic relief for congested chests & noses.
This chest rub contains eucalyptus oil, which is used in herbal medicine as natural decongestant; Peppermint oil which is traditionally used in herbal medicine to assist in the relief of mild coughs; Thyme which is traditionally used to help relieve cold symptoms and Lavender oil for known for its relaxing and calming effects.
Not to be used on children under 2yrs of age. For external use only. Do not apply on broken skin or use on the face. Avoid contact with the eyes. Always read the label, consult your healthcare professional if symptoms persist.
Made in New Zealand. Certified Organic.
If symptoms persist please consult with your healthcare practitioner. Use only as directed. Always read the label.
Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods ID: 249892
In a base of certified organic Coconut Oil, Olive Oil & Beeswax.
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How to use
Children 2 years & over and Adults – apply 2-3 times daily,or as directed, to the upper chest and/or back.
For infants Apply to tissue & leave near baby's head
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