Po-Ho - Essential oils for inhalation

Peppermint, eucalyptus and other essential oils

  • Mixture of purely natural, high quality, essential oils
  • For inhalation
  • Can also be rubbed into the skin when diluted with a carrier oil
  • Available in a 10ml bottle and inhaler stick

Essential oils have become extremely popular and are used in many different ways. The key feature of essential oils is that they evaporate at room temperature - this is the reason they smell so pleasant.

  Inhaler Stick 1.3g (in stock) £ 3.65

  Po-Ho Oil 10ml (in stock) £ 9.99

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Product reviews

Po-Ho Oil

Customer rating:

18th June 2019

“Really helps me breathe clearly”

Joanna Edmonds

Response from A.Vogel: Delighted that Po-Ho Oil is helping your congestion.

Po-Ho Oil

Customer rating:

17th May 2018

“Very relaxing oil that helps me sleep well!”

Response from A.Vogel: Po-Ho will certainly open up your sinuses, in order to help you sleep.

Po-Ho inhaler stick

Customer rating:

8th March 2018

“Great for sinus problems.”

Response from A.Vogel: Great feedback. Thank you.

Po-Ho Oil

Customer rating:

14th January 2017

“Had this product before, works perfect. Don't know what it's actually meant to be for but it works a treat with blocked noses!”

Courtney Harrison

Response from A.Vogel: Delighted to hear that Po Ho has done its job and has cleared your sinus.

Po-Ho inhaler stick

Customer rating:

25th November 2016

“Excellent cleared nose and chest”

Response from A.Vogel: Great result.

Po-Ho Oil

Customer rating:

25th November 2016

“Excellent cleared up my cold and could breath easier”

Response from A.Vogel: Delighted that Po-Ho Oil cleared to help your breathe.

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