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Using Herbal Antiseptic Solution for Nebuliser or Vaporiser

Here’s a great tip for easing respiratory symptoms…

Our Herbal Antiseptic Solution is mostly used for topical application to wounds such as cuts, scratches, abrasions, puncture wounds, minor burns and mouth ulcers. But did you know it can also be used in a nebuliser (for acute conditions) or vaporiser (steaming in a room overnight) for helping to manage upper respiratory, sinus or ‘chesty’ conditions especially for C-19 symptoms.

Why is it so effective?

Read the ingredient listing below and you’ll see why it works so well for those flu and sinus symptoms:

  • Calendula officinalis – The mother tincture of the marigold plant is helpful for topical infection, irritation and inflammation. Contains alcohol 40%v/v.
  • Hypericum perforatum – the mother tincture of the St John’s Wort plant has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties. Contains alcohol 60% v/v.
  • Colloidal silver – a 20% solution is helpful for bacterial, fungal & viral infections.

How To Use

Directions for using the herbal antiseptic solution with a nebuliser or vaporiser:

Dilute 15 drops of the solution in 10ml water (in the nebulizer reservoir) or 15 drops in 20ml water in the vaporizer reservoir and steam in room overnight.

Directions for using as a topical antiseptic solution:

Cleanse the wound with normal saline or clean water and then apply the herbal solution directly to the wound. Repeat 2-3 times daily as required. The solution contains alcohol which may result in a mild stinging sensation upon initial application. The stinging will ease after a few seconds.(if too ‘stingy’ dilute with a little water) If the wound becomes infected, consider taking the anti-virabac 30c remedy orally.
If required, soak a dressing with the herbal solution and apply to wound. Leave dressing in place undisturbed for 1- 2 days. Re -soak with the herbal solution from time to time.

NB – the Pegasus herbal antiseptic solution is indicated for topical application to wounds BUT can be used in the mouth for mouth ulcers,(dab with a cotton bud) and as a gargle for sore throats (dilute 10 drops in 10ml water)