How is Sancho used?
Recommended use - internal use:
Adults: 5-6 drops 3 times a day as a remedy.
Children from the age of 8: 2-3 drops 3 times a day as a remedy.
A few drops of Sancho can be added to a cup of hot water and then consumed. The bottle contains around 70-80 doses.
External use: Apply to the affected area 2-3 times a day as a remedy.
Note: The product should not be used by pregnant or breast-feeding women or children under the age of 8 years.
Food supplements should not be used as an alternative to a balanced diet. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Store in a dry place at room temperature and out of reach of children.
The contents of Sancho
Enclosed you´ll find a briefer description of the ingoing qualities of the herbs and the essential oils as it is described in literature.
Synonyms: corn mint, field mint, Japanese mint Antiseptic, stimulating, cooling. Good by tension headache and when you are heavy-headed; strengthens the concentration. Earth: In the Chinese medical system mints appertain to the energy phase Earth, that acts through spleen / pancreas and stomach and in imbalance gives low metabolism with water in the body, cold hands and feet, mental dilatoriness, indecisiveness and a tendancy to self-pity – hypochondria. The oil can stimulate to the positive expressions of the phase sense, understanding and compassion. Skin care: Cooling and astricting on the skin, eases and refrigerates at sun sear and is itch stilling on insect bites. Dental care: Given fresh ingredient in for example mouth wash to improve the breath – one drop in a glass of water is sufficiently. Massage: At the beginning of a cold the oil can be kneaded on chest and neck; opens up your airways. The cooling and constricting effect can aid at slight varices and at strike- and beat- injuries that swell and turn blue. The local anaesthetic effect can betaken advantage of in cooling liniment at nerve pains, muscle- and bone-ache and rheumatism. Internal use: Prevent lighter travel sickness and nausea and can be used by gases and poor digestion. Recommended by respiratory problems, colds and flu.
Synonyms: caesia, eucalypt, Sydney blue gum Tradition: This essential oil is said to have been used in the ayor veda-medicine in India already around the year 1000 B.C. At the end of the nineteenth century eucalypt oil begun to be used as an antiseptic towards airways, wounds and for medical instruments. The oil is: Refreshing, stimulating, strengthens the mental activity – good to spray in the workroom when your concentration starts to totter or your feelings surge. Blend in water and spray in the room, or drop in an aroma lamp or a blower fan. Strongly antiseptic, antivirus, fever reducing, immune boosting, expectorants, reduces turgor in the airways – excellent by common cold and to prevent contagion and can be used also by whooping cough (but not for small children. Tuberculosis bacilli are killed in 12 hours when the air is satuated with eucalypt oil. Enter into Vicks Vaporub and similar common cold means. Insect repulsive, said to be especially efficient against bugs. Metal: In the Chinese medical system eucalyptus appertain to the energy phase Metal, which act by the lungs and the large intestine and in imbalance causes problems with the airways, sorriness, seriousness, resignation and fear of changes. The oil can stimulate to the positive expression of the phase; power of action, clarity of vision and ability to find solutions.
Skin care: Bactericidal, deodorizing, skin stimulating, sore remedial and scar remedial. In Australia eucalyptus oil is used in sore instillations in post operative compresses and to dry out operation ventricles. Antivirus and fungicidal – effective on ring worm, herpes around the mouth and other virus eruptions as chickenpox, shingles and different types of fungus. Cooling and local anaesthestic on irritations, skin lesions, singes and insect bites. Massage: The eucalyptus oils have been used a lot in muscle oils ever since they showed up in Europe. They enhance the blood circulation locally, which is useful by inflammations and when the muscles are tense or pain, for example before and after exercise, by rheumatic pain, bone-ache. Eucalyptus can also be used by sprains and wrenches, for example in the form of compress. Expectorant cold massage on chest and throat. The oils are easily affiliated by the skin; they are absorbed in the body in about 30 minutes and are then exudated largely by the lungs. Bath: Steam bath or hammam by cough, cloggy nose, pneumonia, tuberculosis, sinusitis, flu, cold headache, chronic bronchitis. Such steam baths were common before especially by asthma, but some people dissuade from them today since they can irritate delicate mucous membranes. Internal use: Different spices of eucalyptus has been used in a long time in Australia by airways illnesses; one has for example imbibed the smoke from the leaves and smoked them against asthma. All varieties of eucalyptus has expoctorant, cough conveying, light cramp resolving and antiseptic effect, among other things on tuberculosis bacilli, fungus and virus, inclusive flu A-virus.
Solace by flu, sinusitis, bronchitics, cold headache, cloggy nose, for example one earlier took huge doses of 10-20 drops on a lump of sugar by bronchitis. Antiseptic also on the urinary tracts, for example by cystitis. Brings down fever and since long ago used by malaria, camp-fever and measles.
Camphor (Cinamomum camphora)
Synonyms: Camphor liniment, caphorated oil, oil of camphor Tradition: Linné included the oil in his Pharmacopaea Holmiensis around 1740. The oil is insect repulsive, especially efficient against flies, moths and cockroaches. Solacing by irritation, strain, shock, sleep initiation. Before the Albyl was introduced, camphor was used a lot in icing sticks and headache cologne that was struck on the temples. Also a classical expectorant inhalator by cold, coryza, cough, cloggy sinuses, pneumonia, asthma, and especially flu. Water: in the Chinese medical system camphor appertain to the energy phase Water, that act by kidneys, bladder and inner sexual organs and in imbalance causes problems in these organs, rashes, fearfulness and anxiousness. The oil, especially kneaded in the nether part of the back, can stimulate to the positive expressions courage, willpower and adventurousness. Skin care: While oil of camphor can be used as constricting means in for example face lotion and facial masks on acne, inflammations, sores, singes and sun sear. Massage: Camphor is since long ago a typical ingredient in unction. The essential oil is seldom used in full body massage but most on limited areas, as muscles in pain, on the cheek by toothache, on the chest by cold, on the stomach by indigestion (diarrhea, colic, wind and nausea).
Immediate application by sprain or wrench reduces the turgor and bruises after strikes, blows and cricks are precluded and mitigated. The effect depends on in what way the means is kneaded in: Heavy rubbing calefies and gives an erubescency (beneficial before and after muscular exertion, on cold feet), while soft deletions ices and give relief of pain (as by rheumatism, gout and fibromyalgia). Internal use: Ingredient in old-fashioned nerve drops, for example Bangs nerve drops that was taken in water by cramps and faints. Camphor liquor was used in the same way. Considered as an anti-aphrodisiac (constricting, icing).
Synonyms: Oil of wintergreen, gaultheria oil Much of the oil originates today from Asia (China, Nepal). Today the oil is found in facial masks, where it is said to cleanse the skin in depth. Wintergreen has been used in healing ointments on infected sores. A fresh ingredient in toothpaste. Since long in unction for its local anaesthetic effect – for example often in Tiger lotion, but pure methyl salicylate has also been used for a long time. The oil is not being used in aroma therapy. Skin irritating , which is the reason why it works anodyne in unicon. Can cause hypersensitive reactions. Internal use: The oil has been used internal, for example by gonorrhea, in the dose 5-10-30 drops – with a constant eye on the heart.
Citrongräs olja (Cymbopogon flexuosus)
Synonym: East India lemongrass oil The denomination ”citrongräsolja” exists in the Swedish language since 1870. For long it could mean a little whatnot. It was difficult for both commercial trade, pharmacies and botanists to separate the two lemon grasses from each other, which moreover resemble several variants of citronella grass. East India lemongrass oil The grass runs wild in big parts of Eastern Asia. Most of it is distilled in western India, but oil also prevails from for example Nepal and Bhutan. Utilisation: Exhilarates – something to get you started at morning, by sedentary work or when you feel weak and aboulic, and also easing and self-possessing (anxiety, panic, hysteria). Can be effective against headache that depends on heat. In long term the oil is considered generally boosting for the nervous system and the physical power of resistance. Insect repulsive on flies, mosquitos, lice and ticks. Mice dislike the smell. Good air purifier, takes away odours from smoke, food and sweat and impedes many airborne bacteria and fungal spores (colis, candida fungus). An oil for waiting rooms, dressing-rooms and kitchen. Earth: In the Chinese medical system lemon grass appertain to the energy phase Earth, that acts through spleen-pancreas and stomach and in imbalance gives low metabolism with water in the body, cold hands and feet, mental dilatoriness, indecisiveness and a tendancy to self-pity – hypochondria.
The oil can stimulate to the positive expressions of the phase sense, understanding and compassion. Circulatory conductive = calefying = painkilling for strained muscles, especially when the pain is fretting – lemon grass, lavender and rosemary is a good blend by sprains and exercise ache. Can be effective to knead on cellulits. In China the grass is used as a remedy against colds. In India since long to treat fever, infections and stomach trouble; considered to have a soothing effect on the central nervous system and in the long run restorative and energizing for the general condition and the power of resistance. In South East Asia as a stimulative means and against winds.
Cinnamon leaf oil (Cinamomum tamala)
The leaf oil is used in aroma therapy for relaxation and concentration by cold (cough, sinusitis, bronchitis). Fire In the Chinese medical system cinnamon appertains to the energy phase Fire, that acts through heart and small intestine and in imbalance gives restlessness, tachycardia and problems with blood circulation and heart. The oil can stimulate to the positive expressions of the phase stability, joy and responsiveness. Cinnamon leaf oil kills bacteria and parasites and can for example be used on mange. The leaf oil is seldom or never used in full body massages. It´s used locally to stimulate the blood circulation = enhance the temperature, which is strongly anodyne by for example menstrual pain, rheumatic pain and different kinds of muscular pain. The oil is also used for its antispasmodic and stimulating effect on the indigestion (costiveness, diarrhea, colic, lack of appetite, and especially winds). Very low doses is sufficiently for anodyne effect. The oil can be used in hot baths. Steam inhalation is said to strengthen the immune defense
Synonyms: Toothache Tree, Prickly Ash The plant grows in India, Nepal and Bhutan. The plant has been used as a medicine herb for long and has many acknowledged fields of application – both inwardly and outwards. Nepalese pepper has turn out helpfully by many chronic problems such as rheumatism, gangrene, chilblains, cramps in the legs and varices. The plant is also used against low blood pressure, fever heat and inflammations. Outwards it is used against skin problems as a stimulating unction by rheumatic pain, muscle pain and inflammations in tendon attachments and fibromyalgia. Nepalese pepper also stimulates the lymphatic system which is important so the immune defence stays alert and elutes the body from poisons and slags. The plant is used against colds and in connection with asthma and bronchitis for its vessel enlarging and expectorant attributes. Nepalese pepper is also used against digestive troubles and diarrhea and against winds. However, most known the plant has been for its ability to ease toothache, there of the cognomen Toothache Tree. Sometimes, though, other dosages than what is prevailed in Sancho is needed to obtain the described effect. But the descriptions indicate that the herbs that enter into Sancho are potent and beneficial for the wellness of the body.
How is Sancho made?
Over 5000 people have been involved for you to have the opportunity to use Sancho. The ingredients used in Sancho come from Nepal.
Herbs and medicinal herbs are a valuable natural asset in the Royal Kingdom of Nepal and have been used since ancient times. There are many myths and historical tales about what the herbs from the Himalayas, "The Roof of the World" can do for both people and animals.
Under his Majesty´s government the HPPCL was founded in 1981, as the first company in the country consisting of researchers and scientists, with a view to administer this wealth of herbs and medicinal herbs. Today the company delivers ingredients to be used in pharmaceuticals, foodstuffs and perfume preparation.
The herbs that are part of Sancho are of the best quality and originate partly from wild growing herbs that have been collected, partly from private cultivations and also from HPPCL:s own cultivations along the slopes of the Himalayas.
600 families cultivate herbs for the company. 5000 employees are involved with collecting the herbs. The company has 160 employees, of which 110 are engineers and scientists, who work in the factories where the herbs are refined.
Quality control is important and has the highest priority to the company as it is a requirement for HPPCL in delivering the ingredients to international companies in the fields of pharmaceuticals, foodstuffs and perfume preparation and so on.
We use Sancho!
Agneta Gynning, editor and artist
I have tried Sancho several times with excellent results but I especially remember Christmas time in 2004 when I was about to travel to Vietnam and everybody around me had caught colds and the 'flu. I too started to feel a sore throat and was convinced that I was about to be become ill and the last thing I wanted was to have to stay in Sweden. I live at Österlen and it was a Sunday afternoon and everywhere was closed but I knew that a colleague had Sancho at his home so I called him and asked if I could come and get some. I had my first dose that Sunday night. I didn´t get ill and had a wonderful vacation in Vietnam. I now have Sancho in my family medicine chest. As a bonus it help heal my mouth ulcer as well.
Alana Woods, USA:
Recently I was in Southern India, outside Chennai, where I took a 21-day course at the Oneness University. I arrived from the US with a miserable congestion in my throat, soreness and a cough in the mornings. This had been chronic for almost a year and nothing seemed to help. I happened to meet a wonderful healer from Sweden who gave me a little remedy called 'SANCHO" ("Feeling Good-Better"). I put 5-6 drops in a glass of hot water and drank it in the mornings. The congestion started to dissolve immediately. He had been requested to bring some bottles of it to India and gave them as gifts to the Avatars Sri Bhagavan and Amma and the monks there.
Annika Jönsson, Marketing Assistant
At midsummer I had forgotten my nasal spray and my nose was clogged up so I had difficulties breathing. I applied a few drops of Sancho to my finger and inhaled it. To my surprise my nose cleared and I could breathe again and the effect lasted the whole afternoon. My friend also tried and the same thing happened - what a relief for the nose!
Mr Pradip Maharjan, Entrepreneur in Nepal
In Nepal we use Sancho in many ways to improve our health. "Sancho is a unique blend of pure natural Himalayan essential oils, safe for health. In my family we use it against cold, cough, sore throat, stuffy nose, fatigue, stomachache, headache, bad breath and itching. If we go up in the hills we make sure to bring Sancho with us.
Urban Ståhl, Business Developer
My future wife had felt ill and had had a cold a long time, for a couple of months in fact. So when I came to hear about Sancho I was curious. I received the bottle on Friday and then was asked to get in touch after the weekend and tell how she felt. After the weekend both me and my future wife were shouting for joy. She was free from the symptoms of her cold! What a wonderful feeling! Sancho is now a part of our family medicine chest!
Cynthia Nieb, USA
My experience with Sancho was immediate. I have very intense allergies that cause me to be foggy-headed and extremely tired most of the time. After my dose of Sancho, my head cleared, and I experienced a calm energy for approximately 24 hours. Nothing has helped me this quickly or thoroughly. Thank you for bringing this product to the United States!
How Sancho came to the West
Sancho is the news in the West from the Himalayas in Nepal that helps you fight a cold.
Head cold, stuffy nose, sore throat and cough and so on are some of the symptoms of a cold that are relieved when you use Sancho! This is in addition to the symptoms of the cold disappearing faster if they develop at all!
I discovered Sancho when my sweetheart and I were travelling in Nepal a few years ago. We had been exploring in the mountains of the Himalayas for a week and had among other things been up at the Mount Everest base camp (about 5350 meters). On the day we were due to make our way down, we both woke up with a bad cough. A cold at high altitude always feels a lot worse.In the afternoon, at about four o´clock, after a whole day of exploring we came to a farm were we were to camp for the night. We were both very tired and felt very run down as is common during the first days of a cold. A farm woman saw that we looked unwell and spoke to our guide and asked him to ask us if we wanted to try a herbal remedy that would make our colds better. Little did we suspect how potent the contents of this little bottle were. I am always prepared to try new and alternative remedies, so I thanked the farm woman and said I would try it. My sweetheart wasn´t interested in taking drops from a little bottle that could contain something dangerous and that would make the cold seem quite nice … Between 16.30 and 21.00 I took three doses of Sancho in a glass of hot water. The next morning I woke up and felt a lot better. The next day I had fully recovered, much to my sweethearts annoyance. She was as ill as the day before and wasn´t any feeling any better despite the fact that we were descending to a lower altitude. A few days later we had to see a doctor as she wasn´t getting any better. The doctor prescribed her some big red antibiotic capsules for sinusitis.
The farm woman would not accept any payment from me, and to this day I still do not know her name. When I asked how I could repay her kindness, she asked me to take this remedy back to my own country and then import it. In this way Nepal, her country, would earn money for education and medical care. This is the way in which she wanted me to thank her and it is also why you read this text. Sancho is produced and manufactured in Nepal by local workers from ingredients collected from the slopes of the Himalayas.
For every bottle sold a contribution of 5 Swedish crowns to is made to charity in Nepal in thanks to the farm woman for showing me the bottle and in order to help children in Nepal to obtain education and medical care.
The Sancho fund - Charity in Nepal
You contribute to charity in Nepal!
For every package sold, 5 Swedish crowns goes directly to charity in Nepal. The money will be spent on schools and medical treatment to provide children in need with better education and medical care. Read more about children who have been helped under Charity.
Frequently asked questions
Is it true that 5 Swedish crowns goes to charity in Nepal?
Yes it´s true! This is Lifeport´s way to thank the farm woman in Nepal who gave Sancho to me when I had a cold without charge and to everybody else who has helped and made it possible to spread Sancho to the West. See who were helped by the Sancho foundation here. More about LifePorts charity can be found here: CreatingSMILES.
Can Sancho really help against everything it is being used for?
The people who live on the slopes of of the Himalayas are convinced that it helps and they have used it for many generations. Now you have the opportunity to try it and see for yourself.
In Sancho, which is made from essential oils, the herbs are highly concentrated which makes the product very effective. Sancho is a pure natural product, created using the knowledge and wisdom of the people of the Himalayas. For them it was important to stay healthy!
Some of the ingredients in Sancho have been used in Western remedies since ancient times, and others only became available when traders brought them to Europe via the Silk Road, or early sailing expeditions to the East. Read more about the herbs that are part of Sancho under the heading "The contents of Sancho".
In the time since Lifeport obtained the rights to sell the product many people have had the opportunity to try Sancho, and 90-95 per cent of the people that have tried it have noticed a positive effect and and it has helped them recover from their illness.
Is it dangerous to use Sancho?
Sancho is a pure natural product and has undergone product control tests and has been sanctioned by the Hälsokostrådet in Sweden. If you follow the recommendations on the packaging there is no danger. For further advice, consult your doctor.
Does it cure allergies?
Sancho doesn´t cure your allergy but it can relieve some of the symptoms, for example a stuffy nose, according to some of the users with allergies. Try it for yourself and see if it helps you.
Can I too be a retailer of Sancho and by that also help the children in Nepal?
Yes, you can be a retailer. Please contact us so we can help you to get started.