What Is Friar's Balsam Used for?

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Friars Balsam is an inhalant oil that gives symptomatic relief from colds and/or chesty coughs. It is inhaled through a steam vapour that clears the catarrh and blocked sinuses. Friars Balsam can also work as a mild anti-septic for abrasions and minor cuts.
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Friar's Balsam is an inhalant oil which is used for providing indicative relief from sore throats, colds and chesty coughs. It is breathed in via a steam vapour and clears blocked sinuses and catarrh. It can also be used as a gentle anti-septic for abrasions and minor cuts.
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