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Vicks Vaporub uses

Vicks Vaporub ointment has been around since 1894 developed by Lunsford Richardson as a salve for his children.

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A mentholated topical cream, it is recommended for use on the chest and throat. It is also used for cough suppression for the common cold.

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Rub Vicks on areas that give you a problem. Vicks is good for muscle and joint pains.

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Rub Vicks on areas that give you a problem. Vicks is good for muscle and joint pains.

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If you have cuts and splinters, apply Vicks on the affected area. It acts as a soothing balm.

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Got a splitting headache? Rub Vicks on your temples, massage it in and pain will be relieved in a matter of minutes.

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Stuffy noses and chests can be relieved by inhaling steam from boiled water infused with a teaspoon of Vicks.

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Stuffy noses and chests can be relieved by inhaling steam from boiled water infused with a teaspoon of Vicks.

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Apply Vicks on your feet and wear socks over them for a good night's sleep.

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You can also use Vicks as an insect repellent. The menthol in the salve will keep those pesky insects at bay.

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You can also use Vicks as an insect repellent. The menthol in the salve will keep those pesky insects at bay.

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