Vicks Waterless Vaporizer for cold relief





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Published on Jan 29, 2012

When you are miserable with a cold and congestion you will do anything to find a little relief. In what seems like a forgotten remedy was using Vicks Vapor Rub on your chest as a means to open up your bronchial passages and sinuses. The problem was that a big helping of Vicks Rub was messy, it could stain sheets, and wore off through-out the night. Now we have the Vicks Waterless Vaporizer..... to see how it works check out the video portion of the room.

Notes -

- The most important fact, is that it really seems to work. After each night I felt about 20-25% than the day before. Each morning I spent less time coughing, sneezing, an clearing my throat.

- Use the Vicks Waterless Vaporizer Scent Pads (6 Pads) - which is are not cheap, but not overly expensive

- Provides 8 hours of aroma/vapor per insert - I have used the pad for up to 16 hours, although you do see a drop-off on the second night

- Glows green when in use

- Three settings dependent on the size of the room.

- On the highest setting the aroma/vapor will easily fill up a 400 sq. ft. room

- Provides relief without the use of medicines

- It can be over-powering, almost smothering if you have a dislike for menthol.

Final Verdict - When I am sick the Vicks Waterless Vaporizer is now a part of permeant night time routine. While it may not be for everyone - I certainly would not hesitate recommending this to help someone ease the symptoms of a night time cold.

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