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Steam InHaler

I got one of the steam inhaler things that Ken discusses in his videos on getting rid of mucus for Christmas this year. Super cool tool. So, mmost of the stuff Ken mentioned he said to use when your sick or have a cold or the flew. Is it the same with the steam inhalers or is it good to use them daily?


  • highmtnhighmtn Posts: 14,515Administrator, Moderator, Enrolled, Pro
    You know, a good hot shower with steam can really clear your sinuses out from inhaling some vapors, even if you don't feel ill. It has a way of getting gunk loose that you didn't know was in your nose, throat, or sinuses.

    I have the steamer, too, but I only use it when I'm feeling like I might need extra help, from weather, allergy, or heath stresses. A shower seems to be enough on other occasions.

    When I do have a congestion or throat issue, I usually open a bottle of tea tree oil and hold it near the steam mask, so that the vapors from the tea tree oil are drawn into the mask and penetrate with the steam vapors.

    I just do that for a few seconds to help open up the sinuses and upper vocal tract.

  • nmartineznmartinez Posts: 102Pro, 2.0 PRO
    @highmtn I was amazed, like you said, I had mucus and junk I didn't even realize I had. haha! I won't use it everyday, but probably often
  • kylevox1987kylevox1987 Posts: 1Member
    Hi was this the MyPurMist steam inhaler or the Veridian?
  • doc_ramadanidoc_ramadani Posts: 2,318Administrator, 2.0 PRO, Facility Management
    My wife is a pharmacist and has a lot of experience on those inhalers. She likes the PariBoy.
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