Inhale and release...
Nasal inhalers are like pocket-sized diffusers that allow you to discretely enjoy the aromatic benefits of essential oils wherever you go! You can use an inhaler for allergies, colds, sleep, anxiety, stress, cravings & more! Keep reading for 5 easy nasal inhaler recipes...
Nasal inhalers are super easy to make and use. Plus, they last for quite a while. All you have to do is add essential oils to the cotton wick, insert it inside the inhaler tube, and secure the round cap on the bottom.
To use your inhaler, unscrew the outer shell and hold the inhaler tube to the entrance of your nose before taking in several deep breaths. You can cover the other side of your nose for an even deeper inhale.
Your inhaler should last for many months. If you notice the scent starts to fade, simply add more oils to the wick!
Let's start with the basics. Almost everyone who uses essential oils will have these three staples:
- 5 drops Lemon
- 5 drops Peppermint
- 5 drops Lavender
Kick the Cravings
We all have moments of weakness. Use this blend to stay strong when you feel like giving in to those things your body is craving, such as chocolate or chips.
- 4 drops Ginger
- 4 drops Peppermint
- 4 drops Grapefruit
- 2 drops Cinnamon or Cassia
Calm the Mind
Calm your restless, overactive mind before bed or when feeling anxious or stressed.
- 7 drops Lavender
- 5 drops Vetiver
- 3 drops Copaiba
Use this invigorating blend as a quick pick-me-up and to focus the mind.
- 8 drops Orange or Tangerine
- 8 drops Peppermint
When it comes to colds, no one likes a stuffy nose. Use this blend to clear your airways!
- 15 drops Eucalyptus
Alternatively, you can try peppermint. If you use dōTERRA essential oils, try Easy Air or Breathe.
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DISCLAIMER: Make sure you are using essential oils that are Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade. All information mentioned in this blog post has not been evaluated by Health Canada or the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.