by Dr. Laura Brown
on 17 November 2014
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Thyme, eucalyptus and lavender oils are antimicrobial. Thyme is the strongest. Local application of the antimicrobials via steam inhalation will help combat any virus or bacterial infection. The mucus will be liquefied and expelled from the respiratory tract with the hot, wet air. Heating the nasal passages with the condensing steam increases circulation to the respiratory tract and decreases congestion. A nasal saline rinse is a great follow-up to this treatment.

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by Dr. Laura Brown
on 12 December 2012
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How wet socks can help you fend off a cold. 

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by Dr. Laura Brown
on 22 November 2012
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Sleep is critical to regulate hormones, provide opportunity for healing and critical dreaming.

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