A.Vogel Po-Ho Inhaler Stick 1.3g
Po-Ho essential oil for inhalation is made from the highest quality essential oils. It contains a mixture of the essential oils of peppermint, eucalyptus, juniper, caraway and fennel.
Alfred Vogel first wrote about Po-Ho essential oil in March 1929 in his first magazine, Das Neue Leben (A Fresh Start). The name comes from Po-Ho, the (Mandarin) Chinese for peppermint, one of the five essential oils in this refreshing classic amongst oils.
Po-Ho oil for inhalation is a mixture of:
Peppermint essential oil: 50%
Eucalyptus essential oil: 30%
Juniper essential oil: 14%
Caraway essential oil:4%
Fennel essential oil: 2%
Po-Ho essential oil inhaler stick also contains limonene, linalool and vitamin E.
|Ingredients||Po-Ho oil for inhalation is a mixture of: Peppermint essential oil: 50% Eucalyptus essential oil: 30% Juniper essential oil: 14% Caraway essential oil:4% Fennel essential oil: 2% Po-Ho essential oil inhaler stick also contains limonene, linalool and vitamin E.|
|Disclaimer||This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition. Results may vary from individual to individual. While we try to ensure that product information is correct, on occasion manufacturers may alter their ingredient lists. Please check the bottle for the most up to date information.|
|Gender||Male, Female, Unisex|
|Suitable for||Vegan, Vegetarian|
|Age Range||15-35, 36-49, Over 50|
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