Safety Data & Contraindications For Cough-Stop Inhaler
From our own personal use, we have experienced that the Cough-Stop Inhaler can greatly reduce coughing fits associated with upper respiratory congestion, and bronchitis.
Use: First use you may wish to hold nasal inhaler under your nose and take in a few deep breaths. If you find that you are not getting adequate inhalation, then close one nostril while gently inserting the nasal inhaler in the other (you do not need to insert more than 1/4 inch). Do this for one or two breaths in each nostril. You may repeat this as needed.
This personal inhaler contains organic herbal and essential oils on an organic cotton pad. The inhalers are made to order to ensure potency and a longer shelf life.
None of the statements above are approved by the FDA, and are not meant to diagnose or cure any condition, and this product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. All information provided here is for educational purposes, and is not intended to be used as a substitute for professional medical advice.
As always, we can not recommend the use of any essential oils (orally, inhalation or dermal) for pregnant women or those attempting to conceive; however, we leave it up to each individual to choose what is right for them.
(mentha piperita) Peppermint essential oil is known for the following benefits and properties: digestive, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, respiratory and circulation benefits. You can read more here: https://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/essential-oils/health-benefits-of-peppermint-oil.html
- Due to peppermint containing 40% or more 1,8-cineole, it should not be applied to the face of infants or children, or otherwise inhaled by them. (children under the age of 2 for sure..use judgement for older children)
- Menthol-rich oils should be avoided by anyone with heart disease or cardiac fibrillation.
- Can irritate sensitive skin.
- Drug interaction with felodipine is suspected.
(Salvia sclarea) Clary Sage is known for the following benefits: antispasmodic properties, can relieve menstrual cramps, relaxing, relieves anxiety/stress.
Warnings: Clary sage essential oil is non-toxic and is a non-irritant. Consult your health care professional before using during pregnancy.
(lavandula angustifolia) Lavender essential oil has so many benefits it is easier to send you here: https://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/essential-oils/health-benefits-of-lavender-essential-oil.html
Warnings: Lavender has no known contraindications. There is only a moderate risk of skin sensitization with lavender. For dermal use, the maximum level is 0.1%.
(cupressus sempervirens) Cypress essential oil is known for the following benefits and properties: astringent, antiseptic, antispasmodic, deodorant, diuretic, hemostatic, hepatic, styptic, sudorific, vasoconstricting, respiratory tonic and sedative substance. As much as it stimulates perspiration, it also curbs excessive sweating, and reduces heavy menstruation and heavy bleeding. It is anti-rheumatic and anti-arthritic, so it can also be used in the treatment of varicose veins, cellulite, asthma, bronchitis, and diarrhea.
Warnings: No known hazards or contraindications, however, if cypress essential oil has oxidized, it can cause skin sensitivity. Should be avoided in pregnancy
Data gathered during our research and studies, from some of the following sources:
- Tisserand, Robert, and Rodney Young. Essential Oil Safety: A Guide for Health Care Professionals. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, Elsevier, 2014. Web.
- “Aromatherapy School and Courses – Aromahead Institute School of Essential Oil Studies.” Aromatherapy School and Courses. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Jan. 2016.
- “National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy.” NAHA/safety. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Jan. 2016.
- Worwood, Valerie Ann. The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy. San Rafael, CA: New World Library, 1991. Print.
- The U.S. National Library of Medicine: PubMed. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed