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Steam Oil


Baraka's organic, essential oil steam blend relieves chest & nasal congestion while easing coughs caused by colds, asthma and chest infections. Simply add 2-6 drops into bowl of hot water. Place face over bowl, breathe steam and oil vapors for 5-10 minutes.  Full directions included with product.

  • Great for loosening coughs and clearing mucus
  • Complex blend of essential oil decongestants
  • Strengthens immune function to fight colds/flu
  • Formulated by experts at the Pacific Institute of Aromatherapy

Ingredients: Camphor, Niaouli and Eucalyptus 


Use One of Three Ways:

  • Place 2-6 drops in large bowl of hot water.  Cover the head with a towel and place face over steamy water. Make sure to close your eyes! Breathe deeply, inhaling the essential oil vapors and steam.  Enjoy for 5-10 minutes. Use as needed.
  • Blend can be rubbed on chest for decongesting. Discontinue if irritation occurs.
  • Add blend to a humidifier and vaporize. This might be the best method for small children to avoid burns from steaming.


  • Again, please DON’T open your eyes while steaming.
  • Never use more than 4 times per week for an extended period of time.
  • Steaming opens up your lungs and nasal passages. Please don’t wander outside into cold weather and get chilled. The whole idea is to warm the chest.
  • If water is too hot wait until it cools down or make a tiny opening with the towel to allow some steam escape. You don’t have to suffer extreme heat to have it be effective.
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