VICKS VapoRub - INTERESTING

(I received this email from a friend who's wife tried it. So I tried it. Doggone if it doesn't work!)


   
During a lecture on Essential Oils, they told us how the foot soles can absorb oils. Their example: Put garlic on your feet and within 20 Minutes you can 'taste' it.

     Some of us have used Vicks VapoRub for years for everything from chapped lips to sore toes and many body parts in between. But I've never heard of this. And don't laugh, it works 100% of the time, although the scientists who discovered it aren't sure why.

To stop night time coughing in a child (or adult as we found out personally), put Vicks VapoRub generously on the soles of your feet, cover with socks, and the heavy, deep coughing will stop in about 5 minutes and stay stopped for many, many hours of relief. Works 100% of the time and is more effective in children than even very strong prescription cough medicines. In addition it is extremely Soothing and comforting and they will sleep soundly.

Just happened to tune in A.M. Radio and picked up this guy talking about why cough medicines in kids often do more harm than good, due to the chemicals in them. This method of using Vicks VapoRub on the soles of the feet was found to be more effective than prescribed medicines for children at bed time. In addition it seems to have a soothing and calming effect on sick children who then went on to sleep soundly.

My wife tried it on herself when she had a very deep constant and persistent cough a few weeks ago and it worked 100%! She said it felt like a warm blanket had enveloped her. Her coughing stopped in minutes. So she went from; every few seconds uncontrollable coughing to sleeping cough-free for hours.

If you have grandchildren, pass this on.
If you end up sick, try it yourself and you will be amazed at how it works.
 


DON'T SHUN THIS ONE. TRY IT THE NEXT
TIME YOU GET A BAD COLD.
THE ONLY THING YOU CAN LOSE IS YOUR COUGH...

 

PS- We use Vicks on the inside of the horses nostrils if we see they have the sniffles. Repetitively speaking- coughing in animals, including excessive hairballs in cats, is often a sign of worms. Yup, I chase the horses all over the field- Vicks in one hand and Quest wormer in the other! LOL but not kidding.

 

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