Natural Cures for Bronchitis

Steaming the Lungs
Posted by Rob (Kentucky) on 11/04/2022
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Question - How much mucus can the human body produce? Apparently, ALOT! In the past, I used a pot of water on the stove and a beach towel to cover my head and make a tent and inhaled the hot steam. I don't do it as often as I should because I don't like it because of the heat rolling over in my eyes. I then tried putting the hot water into another pot and inhaling but the water became cold a did not produce any more steam after a few minutes.

Then I found a little machine called The Vicks Sinus Steam Inhaler sold at Wally-World. This has made a BIG Difference in my sinus and lungs congestion and thick mucus. The hot steam liquifies the thick mucus coating the membranes of the sinus and lungs similar to thick molasses coating the inside of a jar. Add hot steam and the molasses liquifies to run out of the jar.

The instruction state not to put essential oils in it but I do. The top is removable exposing the water fill base so I put 1 drop of thieve's blend in there and inhale for 15 minutes per setting.

Sources of these Steam Vaporizers:

Dr. Trust 3-in-1 Steam Vaporizer in India

Vicks Sinus Steam Inhaler in USA

Note: Do not use just steaming alone to fix the problem. Use multiple remedies at one time to attack your illness.