Our Herbal Medicated Oil does not contain mint, eucalyptus, or camphor, and is safe for the whole family to use, including newborn babies and pregnant mothers. Delicate on baby’s skin with no stinging sensation and does not stain clothes. Read More
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Directions for Use
FLU / RUNNY NOSE
Apply on baby’s soft spot and belly button. Rub onto chest until warm. (The soft spot is the area on top of the head where the bones of the skull have not quite joined.)
Apply to baby’s soft spot and belly button before and after bathing to prevent chills.
STOMACH ACHE / WIND
Rub oil between palms and apply onto stomach slowly with downward strokes. Repeat until the area warms up.
Drip a few drops into ear and stuff with cotton. Repeat 2 to 3 times a day until the pain is reduced.
Apply onto feet and hands, massage until warm. Repeat 3 to 4 times daily.
Apply onto the scalded area, cover wound with cotton soaked in the oil and apply a bandage. Change out the cotton daily.
Cover with cotton soaked in the oil and apply a bandage. Change out cotton 2 to 3 times daily.
Before sleeping, apply onto hands and feet and massage until warm. After massaging, cover the affected area with bandage, gloves, or socks to prolong the warmth that helps promote blood circulation.
Apply onto affected area and massage gently. Cover with cotton soaked in the oil and apply bandage for a day. Replace with new soaked cotton once the previous cotton dries up.
Apply onto the affected area and massage gently to improve blood circulation. Repeat 2 to 3 times daily for better results.
Rub onto the affected area until warm. Repeat 2 to 3 times daily for better results.
Apply oil onto legs to repel leeches. For leech wounds, apply more oil to relieve pain and speed up healing.
Apply oil onto skin to repel mosquitoes.
Store in a cool dry place.