What are personal inhalers?
They are a convenient, fun and effective way to use essential oils.
Pickle's Potions has created quite a few great blends for different issues, such as insomnia, stress, stuffy nose, exhaustion, concentration, anxiety, headaches, and even some specially formulated for children.
You can carry this inhaler with you, and breath deeply while inhaling the aroma. It's fun, easy, and it works! I carry them in my pockets and purse.
Why use an inhaler?
"Essential oil constituents absorbed via inhalation may enter the bloodstream and reach the central nervous system with relative ease." -Tisserand (master aromatherapist)
This is a list of the blends I have developed, but I can custom-design one for you if you have a specific need:
This listing is for 1 personal inhaler, that has been filled with the essential oil blend of your choice.
You do not need to place the nasal inhaler inside your nostrils, and it is never recommended that you do. To use your personal inhaler, hold it just below your nose and inhale slowly. Count 1,2,3,4,5 as you slowly inhale, hold your breath for another count of 5, and then slowly exhale.
This slow inhalation helps your body absorb and utilize the essential oil. It gives the essential oil molecules a chance to be absorbed into your bloodstream. Once they are there, they can be delivered throughout the body and to the brain as needed.
Repeat the above procedure twice for each nostril. You can use your nasal inhaler every 2-3 hours as needed. The inhaler should last about 3 months, longer if you use it less often.
The FDA has not evaluated the statements of this shop. No claims are made as to any medicinal value of these formulas, products or oils. Products, information, and descriptions presented here are for educational purposes of the traditional uses of essential oils only and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This information should not be used as a substitute for medical counseling with a health care professional. Individuals with serious illnesses should consult a qualified health care professional.