Likely because of the reality cap it is far not quite the same as other non-remedy medicines,
, Vicks VapoRub is incredibly popular over-the-counter medicine, which treats ailments with vapors.
According to Bridie Cavanaugh at eHow, its three main ingredients, menthol, camphor, and eucalyptus oil relieve a cough and congestion through inhalation. Additionally, it also acts as an effective topical analgesic.
Yet, this product offers various other benefits, and can provide surprising effects in the following cases:
You should massage the painful area with this product, and wrap it in a dry, warm towel for dome time, to improve the positive effects.
In most cases, the earache is a result of an ear infection or a common cold. Yet, the pain in the ear is debilitating and makes it very hard to fall asleep. However, you can use Vicks VapoRub to soothe the pain, All you need to do is to rub a little on a cotton ball, put it in the ear, and leave it to act overnight.
In the case of a common headache, just apply some Vicks to the temples to soothe the headache fast, In the case of a sinus headache, put a bit of this ointment under the nose and breathe in slowly and deeply.
To make your heels soft again, just apply Vicks in the evening, and massage the problematic areas. Leave it to act overnight, and in the morning, rinse with warm water and exfoliate with a pumice stone.
Heal bruises and minor cuts
To accelerate the healing process, just run it around smaller cuts, but avoid its use in the case fo open wounds and damaged skin. For bruises, apply a thin layer of Vicks and salt, which will improve blood circulation and heal them fast.
Rub the infected areas with VapoRub 2-3 times daily for several weeks or even a few months, and you will fight the fungus.
Keep animals at bay
If you want to avoid the scratches of your cat on the doors, couch, and curtains, just dab the furniture with it.
Rub some of it on the insect bites o relieve the itching, and apply a bit of Vicks to your clothing and skin to protect yourself from bugs.
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