I was surprised how after the first application it opened both airways to clear breathing, and I used cold pressed, toasted sesame oil from Trader Joe's. I'm going to get the cold pressed organic sesame oil from the HFS tomorrow.
Dr. Oz said it can prevent colds, allergies and flu, and this is from Dr. Carolyn Dean:
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Many people find this simple strategy
very addictive. And very effective.
Its origins are in ancient India with many benefits
ranging from preventing headaches, avoiding
Alzheimer’s to improving your sense of smell. I
can’t show you “the science” to prove this
statement. We have to wait for the FDA to start funding natural cures
However, Ayurvedic practitioners have been successfully
recommending this low-cost remedy for centuries.
The “dosage” for this strategy is only 2–6 drops a day — which puts no
strain on the family budget at all. Let’s get right to it with:
How To Do It
Here’s the traditional prescription.
1. Fill a medicine dropper with organic sesame oil.
2. Tip your head back and put one drop in each nostril.
3. Inhale deeply three times, feeling the oil move into your sinus
cavities. Some oil may drip down your throat but don’t worry. This
can soothe your throat and lubricate your vocal cords!
4. Wipe away any excess oil with tissue paper or running water.
And here’s how I’ve adapted this method to suit me.
1. I wash my hands well.
2. Put two drops of oil from a dropper bottle into my palm.
3. Dip my little finger in the oil. (Note: this is the only time it’s legal to stick your fingers in
4. Apply the oil to the inside of my nostrils and sniff while I’m doing it.