cinnamon and clove steam bath

cinnamon and clove steam bath

Cinnamon and clove steam bath

Cinnamon and Clove Steam Bath

Are you suffering from a cold, flu, or sinus infection? If so, you are probably feeling congested and foggy.

Inhaling steam can help break up mucus and congestion. It will help open up your nasal passages to breathe easier and feel better.

Adding herbs and spices with medicinal properties such as cinnamon and cloves to a steam bath can make it even more potent.

Try this potent cinnamon and clove steam bath:


  • It is armed with antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal properties. It boosts the immune system, and fights germs and pathogens that cause colds and flu.
  • Cinnamon is a key spice for cold and flu season.


  • An often forgotten champion spice packed with antioxidants.
  • It contains a very important ingredient called eugenol which has powerful antiseptic properties. Cloves also contain a variety of flavonoids which contribute to clove’s anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties.
  • Clove oil when inhaled, can help relieve respiratory conditions like coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis and sinusitis.


  • Add 6 drops of organic cinnamon essential oil in a bowl of freshly boiled water.
  • Add 5 organic cloves to the water.
  • Inhale steam for 5 minutes with a towel over your head.
  • It is excellent for head colds, sinusitis and for relieving coughs and chest infections.
  • Make sure ingredients are organic

Note: None of the information in our website is intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness or disease. The content on our website is for educational purposes only.

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