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An easy recipe for relieving respiratory discomfort due to colds and flu. Simple to make and 100% natural. A must-have for the winter season!


Materials List


  • A Blue Glass Jar 60 ml - White Lid
  •  A saucepan
  •  A tablespoon
  •  A bowl




  •  3 tablespoons of Shea Butter (45 g)
  •  2 lozenges (5 g) of Cocoa Butter
  • 10 drops of Peppermint essential oil Yakima Japanese or Supreme
  •  60 drops of essential oil of your choice rich in 1.8 Cineole (Prana, Ravintsara,  Eucalyptus - Blue Gum, Eucalyptus Radiata, Laurel Leaf, Niaouli, Rosemary - Cineole)
  • 10 drops of vitamin E





  •  Measure the Shea butter, Cocoa butter and Vitamin E. and pour into a bowl. 
  •  Melt in a water bath. Mix well. 
  •  Remove from heat and when butter is lukewarm, add essential oils. 
  •  Mix well. 
  •  Pour into the jar.  
  •  Refrigerate jar immediately without the lid so balm solidifies (about 30 minutes).
  •  Remove from refrigerator and put the lid on.  


  • Put the equivalent of a hazelnut in the palm of your hand, warm and massage your hands.  Massage the chest, the base of the nose or the throat (in case of sore throat).  


This balm can also be applied to the feet.   

Makes 1 jar of 60ml. 



Precautions & recommendations


  •  For external use by adults only. See precautions on the labels of the essential oils used. 
  •  Store in a cool place and protect from light. 
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