Prevention is better than cure 🙂
Frozen body – warm up quickly.
Dizzy nose – rinse out with saline.
Too hearty a meal – drink Swedish herbs.
This will give you the bliss and peace of a healthy body.
And good memories of the trip.
Read before you apply
The guide contains a list of preparations, without a prescription, useful for travel.
Please refer to the packaging or information leaflet for application.
The uses I have provided are informative and educational.
The easiest thing to do is to prevent illness. However, if ailments persist, it is better to see a doctor.
A first-aid kit can help, but is no substitute for medical care.
Cold – runny nose
- Tea tree oil: Drink 3-5 drops in 1/3 glass of water 3-4 times a day.
- Saline in 5 ml ampoules: add 3 drops, shake and administer 1 drop into each nostril, 3 x daily.
- Vitamin C: 1 g several times a day
- Fir oil (instead of tea oil): 5-8 drops in 1/3 glass of water every 2 h for 3 days
- Neosine – for viral infections
- Nasal lavage kit, e.g. Fixsin
- White willow bark: Pour 1 teaspoon of herbs over a glass of water, boil. Drink 2-3 times a day, 100 ml each
- Herbal tea (linden, elderberry, raspberry leaf): 4 x daily, one glass each (sweat it out)
- In case of high fever immerse the body in water 1-2 degrees lower than the body temperature.
4 times a day on the 1st day, then 3 times a day until it works
- Oxygenated water: 1 teaspoon, gargle until foam forms, spit out
- tea oil: 4 drops in a teaspoon of water, rinse and spit out
- sage: brew, add honey and rinse
- Cloves: chew for 15′, 3 pieces at a time, then can be swallowed
Stomach pain from overeating
- Swedish herbs in a tincture: 1 tsp. per 1/3 cup of water
- or Underberg 1 bottle
- Activated charcoal
- Electrolyte replenishment: 1 l water, 1 teaspoon sea salt, 8 teaspoons honey. Drink 150 ml every 15′
Burns, cuts, bites, itching
- Shostakovsky balm – lubricate
- Rub clove oil into the gums
Slices and bandages are useful and altacet for bruises.
Have a safe trip
Dorota Nature of Life