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One day I came across these inhalers on Amazon that you can put your own oils into and take them with you on the go with out the worry of spilling. I was very interested, so I decided to order them and see what I thought of them. I liked the idea of having something I can leave in my car and not worry about their exposure to heat and the elements. I have always loved to have some oils with me I can sniff on the go, it’s just so calming to me. The hard part was deciding which oils to put in them so I just created my own combinations for them. I added some oils and I have used them for months with only a few drops of each to get me started. I’m almost ready to refresh them with a few more drops but they have lasted me a really long time. I highly recommend these little inventions of genius if you love having your oils with you on the go.
In the red inhaler I used Joy, Lavender, and Cedarwood. I thought this would be a good combination for feeling happy and to stay calm on the go if needed. I really like all 3 of these oils and I thought they would go well together and I really enjoy the combination.
In the blue one I used Lavender, Peppermint, and Lemon. This trio of oils are commonly used together in the oil world and known for their help with allergies, congestion relief, and helping to relieve sinus pressure. I think they are also a calming blend for me so it wasn’t a hard choice to make.
In the purple inhaler you have my favorite combo of the three. Eucalyptus Radita, Eucalyptus Globulus, and R.C. This is the one I find myself reaching for most often, it smells sooooo good. These 3 are all used in respiratory support but I just find it so refreshing whether I need respiratory support or not.
Other ideas for these inhalers:
-Sending to school or sports with your child in their backpack. You could have a happy oil and a calming oil of their choice.
-Sending them with your hubby to work or putting some in his car. He could keep them in his desk, tool bag, or whatever he has for his profession.
-Sharing them with friends or family, you could give these away or loan them out and just wash them when you get them back.
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Disclaimer-I am not a medical professional. No information contained on this site is intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease or medical condition. This is just the way I have chosen to use my oils. You should research for yourself how to safely use them. Statements on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.