Morning Sickness Nasal Inhaler

$8.00

Morning sickness getting you down? Our delightful nausea nasal inhaler blend of Ginger, Lavender, Peppermint and Spearmint will have you feeling uplifted, balanced and ready to take on the day.

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Description

Morning sickness getting you down? Our delightful nausea nasal inhaler blend of Ginger, Lavender, Peppermint and Spearmint will have you feeling uplifted, balanced and ready to take on the day.

  • Ginger essential oil is one of the top natural remedies for nausea as well indigestion, diarrhea, stomach aches and even vomiting.
  • Peppermint oil has been used for centuries to help nausea and stomach related discomfort. It relaxes the gastric muscles and keeps them from cramping up or over-contracting.
  • Lavender essential oil is perhaps best known for its relaxing properties. Using lavender oil can help your mind decompress as you get ready for bed. This same property can also make lavender effective in fighting nausea.
  • Like peppermint and ginger oils, spearmint essential oil can be used to bring relief for nausea. The refreshing scent of spearmint, mixed with the menthol component of its oil, can make you feel more alert and able to breathe despite your nausea.

Using a nasal inhaler for nausea is a very effective way to reap the benefits of precious oils.

When essential oils are inhaled, the sensory stimulation is sent to the limbic system of the brain. This area of the brain manages emotional and psychological responses. The entire process from the initial inhalation of the oil to corresponding gland secretion takes place in a matter of seconds thus causing changes in the body.

Inhalers are a convenient way to carry in your purse or pocket and use it anytime, anywhere and no one will smell it but you.

 

To use:

Unscrew the cover and place the inhaler up to one nostril, plugging the other with your finger. Take 1 deep breath in and slowly Count 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 as you inhale. Then hold for another count of 5, and remove the inhaler before breathing out. Then slowly exhale. Repeat with the other nostril. Repeat the above procedure 2 to 3 times for each nostril. You can use your nasal inhaler every 2-3 hours or as often as needed.

If you use your inhaler everyday it will last anywhere from 2-4 months. The shelf life is up to 6 months, but if left out in heat, uncapped, or in direct light, you may notice the potency goes down.

Essential oils help support concerning issues they do not CURE diseases nor do they replace medication.

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