Hydrotherapy has been used in history to treat a number of conditions, including influenza, typhoid fever, and pneumonia. Water can store heat more than any other substance and can give off heat without greatly changing temperature. Water is non-irritating, non-allergenic, has solvent and nutritive properties, and is inexpensive. Hydrotherapy’s mode of action affects the respiratory system, nervous system, circulatory system, digestive system, mood, and immune system. 
Boil 16 cups water in a large pot.
Drop essential oils on a spoon then lower spoon into the pot.
- 4 drops oregano (organic and pure)
- 6 drops eucalyptus oil (organic and pure)
Place the pot next to a stool. Sit on the stool and cover the body and the pot with 1 sheet, then plastic, then a blanket. Stay in the sauna for 20 minutes.
For infection, use once daily. For prevention, use 1-3x weekly. Effective for severe sickness.
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