Olbas Herbal Remedies Review

Expertly formulated in Switzerland, Olbas Herbal Remedies are designed to comfort and soothe you in many ways. Some are recognized OTC remedies that provide fast, effective relief from cold symptoms, as well as minor aches and pains. Other Olbas Remedies support your body nutritionally, helping to enhance the immune system. The essential oils in Olbas have a rich history of aromatherapy use dating back to the ancient Egyptians and Chinese.

There are 8 different Olbas Remedies that each soothe you in a unique way:

Olbas Oil – The Original Swiss Aromatherapy Massage Oil and Inhalant

Olbas Inhaler – Penetrating Vapors With Rapid Action

Olbas Pastilles – Maximum Strength Cough Suppressant Drops

Olbas Analgesic Salve – Pain Relieving Balm With Cough Suppressant Action

Olbas Lozenges – NEW! Black Currant, Sugar-Free Cough Suppressant Lozenges

Olbas Herbal Bath – Soothes & Relaxes, Tingles & Invigorates

Olbas Cough Syrup – Herbal Bronchial Support Syrup That Also Supports The Immune System

Olbas Herbal Tea – Deliciously Soothing Instant Herbal Tea

 When I was offered the chance to review for Olbas I picked the Olbas Oil and the Olbas Herbal Tea to try.

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The first thing I want to point out is that the tea is different. It’s not bags and it’s not leaves. It’s instant and you can make it hot or cold.

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I was so excited to try these products. Every winter myself and my boys suffer with colds and respiratory problems. I wind up spending so much money on medicine and dr appointments and then time giving the boys nebulizer treatments, it’s a vicious circle. Olbas oil is my new go to. It’s a miracle in a bottle, no joke! I have a little Rainmaker air purifier that we use. I put some Olbas oil in there and ran it for awhile. It smells amazing, not to strong and not that “medicine menthol” smell either. It has a very nice, almost sweet, menthol smell. It helped breathing and coughing and my son even said his nose felt better. I will be using this all winter long I’m sure.


I also got a canister of the Olbas Herbal Tea. I love tea, especially in cold weather. This tea has a very nice peppermint smell and taste that is so nice and relaxing. It helps with the sinuses and respiratory, but it will also help settle an upset stomach. I love that it’s an instant tea so there no messy leaves or bags to deal with. It can be made hot or cold too, so if you don’t like hot just let it cool and throw in some ice cubes.


Olbas also makes cough medicine, throat lozenges, salve and even a herbal bath. With Olbas you get relief and relaxation and an amazing smell that won’t send your family and friends running for the hills. I can not wait to try some of their other products this winter! A big 10/10 from us here!
  1. I have never heard of this brand before.I like how the tea is instant. I will have to try Olbas Oil. When my kids get sick it seems to settle in their chest and I have to give them breathing treatments also.

  2. I have never heard of Olbas Herbal Remedies before. I am going to be sure to check it out though. I can relate to what you were talking about with the respiratory things. Only one of my children has ever needed a nebulizer and he is down to only needing it once in a while. It would be great to need it even less than that. Awesome review and thanks for sharing.

  3. OLBAS OIL! Sounds like it would be perfect for my little boy! he was a preemie with under developed lungs and has bad, bad asthma issues when the temperature changes signifigantly (which can happen daily in Texas, high 50 degrees one day, high of 90 the next) 🙂 I'm tired of the nebulizer, I really want to give this a try!!

  4. We have been battling with all the pollen I can't seem to get past the sinus junk. This looks like it would really help. Thanks for sharing your opinions.

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