What are aromasticks and why do I want one?
Aroma Sticks are the little big secret all aromatherapists hold close. Sometimes called inhalers or aroma sticks, these little essential oil inhalers are an easy, no-mess way to use aromatherapy on the go!
Inside each aromatherapy inhaler is a cotton pad, saturated with essential oils. Twist open, and hold the tube under your nose while you inhale deeply. Nothing to spill and easy to use wherever, whenever. Each aromatherapy inhaler will last an average of 3 to 5 months if stored tightly capped when not in use, away from direct light and heat. Even the most clinical aromatherapists strongly believe when treating our mental health and daily emotional strains with aromatherapy, Aroma Sticks can be the most effective tool.
These Aromasticks are a convenient way of carrying your very own Aromatherapy blend around with you wherever you go! Small enough to fit into your purse, bag or pocket you need never struggle again!
These little miracles come with full instructions for use and will last for months!
Many recipes to choose from!
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ANTI-NAUSEA (Travel Sickness)
Inhaling essential oils has a direct affect not only on the brain but also on the viruses and bacteria lodged in your nasal cavity.... Aromas are inhaled and registered by the olfactory bulb inside the nose. The olfactory bulbs are an extension of the part of the brain called the limbic system, which is believed to be the center of emotions, memory and learning. Inhaling essential oils elicits very specific responses from the limbic system, such as mood changes, relaxation, stimulation or other mental or emotional states.
HOW TO USE:
Remove the cover and hold the aromastick very close to your nostril. Breathe in through your nose only in a steady breath. Breathe out gently through the mouth. Repeat 3 times for each nostrils and close the lid tightly. Use as needed. little and frequently works the best. Excellent during flu and cold season and travel aid to keep bacteria and viruses at bay.