Oralmat – 2 Pak

Buy a 2 pack of Oralmat drops at a reduced delivered price, and close to FREE delivery within Australia

Oralmat Rye Herbal Extract Drops for the tempory relief of the symtoms of coughs, colds, flu and sore throats – 20 days supply  NO STOCK DUE TO SUPPLIER CLOSING

A herbal based nutritive liquid extract from rye grass seedlings to assist in treatment of coughs, colds and airway conditions, amongst many others, due to having the properties of a potent anti-oxidant.




Millions of people all over the world are dependent on toxic inhalers for the management of their symptoms, while this natural harmless product can give relief.
What is disturbing is the risk involved in steroid based asthma drugs and inhalers, which cause side effects ranging from stomach ulcers to cataracts, to life threatening heart problems.
Until now, there was no other choice. For an adult, just three drops of this pleasant tasting liquid are taken under the tongue, 2 or 3 times daily.
Oralmat is rapidly absorbed into the mucous membranes of the mouth.
The potent healing constituents of Rye grass remain intact, bypassing the digestive acids and can give rapid relief. Contains 180 drops or 20 days supply for an adult.  

Additional optional supplements, best taken under supervision of a health professional:
H.E. Kirschner, M.D., in his book, ‘Natures Healing Grasses’, devotes four chapters to comfrey and says, “A leaf a day keeps illness away”.
In his practice, he witnessed healing of obstinate ulcers, malignant growths and many other ailments. He tells the incidence of a man in New Zealand who casually nibbled a comfrey leaf when walking in a friend’s garden (he had suffered with asthma for thirty years). That night he had unbroken sleep, and when wondering why, thought it could have been the comfrey leaf he chewed, that gave him relief from asthma.
So he kept up eating a comfrey leaf a day, and has not suffered with asthma since.
He shared this folk remedy with many people who suffered with asthma, who likewise experienced relief by using the routine of leaf nibbling in small amounts.