Sunday, November 11, 2018

Keep Olbas Natural Herbal Remedy Products on Hand for Fall and Winter

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.


Whatever it is you're looking for when it comes to taking care of a cold, Olbas has taken it upon themselves to help. Menthol lozenges are important to keep on hand this time of year, because with the change in weather, you know you're going to need them at some point. Herbal cough drops are a good alternative if you're not into the big burst of menthol (for the record, I like both). And Olba Oil keeps the momentum of symptom relief going as an inhalant (add some to a tissue or handkerchief), helping to keep nasal passages clear and minds refreshed. It can also be used as a massage oil.




How long has it been since you've seen an inhaler? I forgot all about these! My mom used to have them in the house when I was a kid and she'd have me sniff them when my nose was stuffed. I can't believe  I haven't seen heard of or seen one in so many years. Even more funny, I can't believe how excited I am to see one now. Nostalgia attached to a Rapid Action nasal passage clearer-upper, lolol! Thanks for that Olbas. 


Keep the entire family healthy during the Fall and Winter season with Olbas Herbal Remedies! Whether suffering through seasonal allergies or cold, the Olbas Aromatherapy Inhaler helps children & adults breathe easier with the pocket-sized, portable, all-natural inhaler. Or, soothe stuffy sinuses with just a simple drop of Olbas Aromatherapy Oil on a tissue to help everyone breathe a little easier! The essential oils in Olbas are extracted from the traditional medicinal plants of Peppermint, Eucalyptus, Cajuput, Wintergreen, Juniper Berry and Clove. 

There are really so many products on the Olbas website that you might love. Certainly there are many that are useful, and how wonderful that they are all natural. Head on over to see what you think. There are so many more items to explore. I'm loving the Clove Essential Oil. I love that scent, especially this time of year because it seems so holiday-ee (yeah, that's a made-up word, but you know what I mean). I think it'd be a great stocking stuffer gift idea. In fact, there are quite a few items that would be! These are just the kind of goodies that go so well in stockings because they make you feel pampered and loved. 💕

8 comments:

alissa apel said...

I'd love to try their products out. My nose will never be like everyone else's. Allergies, asthma, and the Ears Nose Throat doctor had to cut some of it away inside.

Pat Hatt said...

Sound like ones that will help indeed. Haven't seen one of those breathe ones in a long time indeed.

William Betz said...

Hi! This is Bill Betz, owner of Penn Herb Company, the importer of Olbas Remedies from Switzerland. I really enjoyed your review! Just wanted to let you know a little history about Olbas. The name OLBAS is an acronym for Oleum Basileum, “Oil from Basel”. Basel is nestled on the border of Switzerland, Germany and France in the very heart of Europe, and to this day is a center of pharmaceutical research in Switzerland. (BTW - there is no apostrophe in Olbas :-) More history on Olbas can be found here: http://www.olbas.com/olbas-the-marvelous-swiss-oil/ All the Olbas Remedies can be ordered from PennHerb.com/olbas and there is a free shipping coupon here PennHerb.com/coupons for orders over $35. Thanks!

mail4rosey said...

Hi Olbas! Thank you for visiting and for offering the coupon code! I fixed the apostrophe. ;)

Theresa Mahoney said...

I am all for natural healing. Jason and Allison have nose issues every winter, so we should think about getting a few of these inhalers to help with what's surely coming soon.

Melanie Walsh said...

The winter is rough! Having products on hand to get through cold and flu season is a must. I haven't tried Olbas yes, but it sounds like a great way to remedy poor health.

Ai Sakura said...

my dad uses something similar.. it does help a lot especially when you have blocked nose!

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

Anonymous said...

I looked for the inhaler at CVS. I didn't find this brand. Can you only order online?