Blog 23: Stop Sneezing, Start Enjoying the Rain. Know how!!•
Posted on July 28 2017
“I'm singing in the rain
Just singing in the rain
What a glorious feelin'
I'm happy again”
Well, singing in the rain & “laughing at clouds” can certainly make you happy but it can make you sick too. If only listening to the pitter-patter of rain on your window is not enough to quench your thirst, boost up your immunity & then plan to enjoy the rain by getting all drenched in the shower that gives a fresh rhythm to life.
Well well, but no matter how much you love the rains, getting drenched in this season can make you seriously ill and in this busy & hectic life who has the time to fall ill & spend days stuck at home?
So, with the onset of the rainy season it is important to take a little bit extra precaution to ensure that your body immunity is working at its peak, so that it can easily deter any viral infection or seasonal cough & cold.
The increased level of pollution in the air has made all of us prone to respiratory infections. The high humidity of monsoon tied with the continually-fluctuating temperature provides an ideal environment for proliferation of virus & bacteria. Hence catching a cold or more serious viral infection in this season is quite common.
If your body immunity is strong enough you might not catch a serious cough & cold or viral fever but your chance of completely escaping sneezing, coughing, runny nose or headache in this weather is only trivial.
The continuous downpour has made it quite difficult to not get drenched in the rain. Once you step outside your home, you will have to get soaked in the shower even if it does not make you feel like “singing”. Even for the school going children it has become tough, as schools are not anymore open handed about declaring ‘rainy-days’. And the moment you get wet in the rain, your chance of catching a viral infection is simply multiplied.
Cough & Cold, blocked or runny nose, sore throat, sneezing, fever & headache are some of the most common symptoms people are suffering from in this rainy season & gulping some analgesic or antipyretic is the common self-treatment that is saving our days, at least till it becomes more intimidating.
If you are suffering from any or all of the above symptoms in this muggy weather, instead of taking medications that surely carry a bunch of side effects , opt for Hot & Cold from Keya Seth Aromatherapy. This essential oil & herbal extract blend can give you quick relief, easing all the symptoms considerably.
Regular use of Hot & Cold also helps you stay away from the common cough & cold during the season change. So, if you love to get drenched in rain, don't forget to use Hot & Cold right from the beginning of the season to stay on the safe side. Also use it to get quick relief from headache, sneezing & runny nose.
Hot & Cold is an essential oil based, herbal extract imbued completely side effect free remedy for headache, runny or blocked nose, sneezing, congestion, cough & cold.
The best thing about HOT AND COLD is that being an aromatherapy based product this alternative medicine works instantaneously giving you quick relief as well as long term comfort with regular use.
Let's take a look at the essential oils & herbal components present in Hot & Cold that work magically to give you relief without side effects,
Essential oils in Hot & Cold
Black pepper Oil: Effective in cold & flu. Relieves nasal congestion & clears excess mucus. Also effective in viral & bacterial infection as well as fever.
Thyme Oil: Helps in cough, asthma, bronchitis, sore throat, fever & viral infection.
Eucalyptus Oil: For cough & cold, sinus congestion, bronchitis, pneumonia & asthma this oil works miraculously.
Peppermint Oil: A well-known treatment for cold, flu, infection, bronchitis, sinusitis & respiratory infections.
Herbal extracts in Hot & Cold
Kantakari: Useful in chronic respiratory Infection, antipyretic and improves immunity.
Devdaru: Useful in cough, asthma and rhinorrhea.
Draksha: Effective in respiratory problems and is known for its anti-pyretic properties.
Raktachandan: Effective in fever, cough and cold.
Yastimadhu: Acts as analgesic, anti-inflammatory & anti-pyretic.
Aswagandha: Enhances overall immunity.
How to use Hot and Cold
Using Hot and Cold is as easy as anything. Just follow the next steps,
- Take a fresh handkerchief or tissue paper
- Add 8 to 10 drops of “Hot & Cold” on it
- Sit in an upright posture
- Inhale the medicine deeply from the handkerchief or tissue through your nose
- Exhale through the mouth
- Continue the above steps for 8 to 10 minutes without gaps
- Use the treatment twice a day, once in the morning & once before going to bed at night
- For long term relief continue regular use for at least 3 month
You can also inhale from the used tissue for the whole day whenever you want, to feel better, in case you have already started to show the symptoms of cough & cold. While using Hot and Cold as SOS helps effectively and promotes quick cure, using it regularly offers protection from the effects of season change, cough & cold by boosting the immunity.
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