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Vicks Shower Pucks - PERFECT for colds!!! ¤1cup Baking Soda ¤1/2cup Corn Starch ¤1/3cup water ¤1tbsp Vicks Vapor Rub ¤Mix, put in lined muffin tin or silicone tray bake @ 350F for 20mins. Store in sealed containers. ¤Just place on the floor of your steamy shower & hop on in!

Original pinner said: My son's doctor told me about this 37 years ago. Use Vicks Vapor Rub and socks. Even the worst cough can be stopped within 5-15 minutes, and the relief lasts hours. Just apply the vapor rub generously to the bottom of your (or child's) feet, and cover with socks. Works 100% of the time, and has been proven to work better than prescription drugs!

Have a headache/migraine? Simple home remedy that might work for you: submerge your feet and hands in hot/warm water and put a bag of frozen peas at the base of your skull. The heat on your extremities pulls the blood from your head relieving some/all of your headache.

Vick’s Vapor Rub Uses: 18 Creative Ideas Traditionally, Vick’s VapoRub is rubbed on the chest to help aid congestion relief during cold and flu season. However, it turns out that Vick’s is a pretty handy product to have on hand … Continue reading →

Homemade "Vicks Vapor shower disks BAKED METHOD / 1 cup of baking soda and 1/3 cup of water (plus maybe a few tbslp more) and baking for 20 minutes at 350. THEN add a few drops of each essential oils to the cooled "puck". Remove the liners before the pan has completely cooled. Store in plastic container, mason jar, etc.

DIY shower vapor disks. Place one at the bottom of the shower anytime you have a cough or cold. Smells great and helps relieve sinus pressure and congestion!

I used to love those vapor rub disks that Vicks used to make a while back. I haven't been able to find them in years! Luckily, I came across an awesome Pin on P

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Fix Sniffles With Soothing Shower Disks

Make your own all-natural vicks vapor shower disks. Great for flu season!

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How to Make Homemade Vicks Vapor Shower Disks

How to Make Homemade Vicks Vapor Shower Disks Just in time for cold and flu season! Mix 2-3 cups of baking soda with water until you have made a thick paste. Add 15 drops of essential oils. Spoon into a muffin tin with paper liner and let sit for 12-18 hours. When needed, take out of paper liner and put on floor of your shower. Essential oils will steam away your stuffy nose.

1/2 cup of baking soda 1/4 cup of corn starch 4 tbsVapoRub 1-3 tbs of water Instructions Combine the baking soda and corn starch. Add in 4 tbs of the Rub Mix until fully combined. One tablespoon at a time, mix in the water. You don't want it to be runny because it needs to harden. If you accidentally make it too runny, that's ok! Just add more corn starch. Pour the mixture into an ice cube tray. Let it dry overnight.

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Easy At Home Teeth Whitening for Any Budget

Put a tiny bit of toothpaste into a small cup, mix in one teaspoon baking soda plus one teaspoon of hydrogen peroxide, and half a teaspoon water. Thoroughly mix then brush your teeth for two minutes. Remember to do it once a week until you have reached the results you want. Once your teeth are good and white, limit yourself to using the whitening treatment once every month or two.

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12 Surprising Uses for Vicks VapoRub

12 Surprising Uses for Vicks VapoRub | Divine Caroline. The most surprising use for me is to apply Vicks to feet and cover them with socks to relieve nighttime coughing.

FINALLY FOUND THEM! YES!!! I was hunting for these all winter...homemade vicks shower disks If you are congested, pop one in the floor of your shower, let the steam do it's work! Not sold in stores anymore!!

homemade vapor rub shower cubes. This DIY remedy is perfect for clearing up nasal congestion and cold symptoms.

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Homemade Vapor Rub for Youngsters & Adults

Homemade Vapor Rub- make your own vapor rub with only 3 natural ingredients. It is so much safer for your young ones and it doesn't contain all of those nasty chemicals like store-bought versions do.

Sayward’s Homemade Deodorant Recipe 1/3 cup Corn Starch 1/3 cup Baking Soda 10 drops of Antibacterial Essential Oil (tea tree, lavender, or eucalyptus) 10 drops of Antifungal Essential Oil (tea tree, peppermint, sandalwood, or eucalyptus) 2 tablespoons Vitamin E Oil 3 tablespoons Coconut Oil Mix everything up in a bowl until it forms a thick paste. Transfer to your storage container and then allow 24 hours to ‘set up’. I used an old deodorant container ’cause it looks so cute and I…