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PostSubject: Making Aromatherapy Inhalers   Thu Jun 09, 2016 3:49 pm

Making Aromatherapy Inhalers



WARNING!
If you have epilepsy, do NOT inhale Fennel, Rosemary or Sage.
Check contraindictions for each oil if you have asthma.
Be careful with neat oils close to the eyes.
If pregnant, do NOT inhale Chamomile, Frankincense, Basil, Cedarwood,
Peppermint, Clarysage, Mellissa, Cypress,
Jasmine, Juniper, Thyme, Myrrh,Geranium,Marjoram or Rosemary.





Inhaling aromatherapy oils is a highly effective way for you to benefit from their healing qualities without the need for specialist equipment. Most aromatherapy oils evaporate relatively quickly if left in the open air, which allows you to inhale them directly from the bottle, or from a few drops sprinkled on a handkerchief. Simply by carrying tissues and a small bottle oil in your pocket, you can provide instant relief from blocked noses, panic attacks, fatigue, travel sickness and the nerves you might experience before an exam or job interview.

Inhaltion is the most effective way to absorb the volatile ingredients in essential oils, which are the most active constituents. Direct inhalation can be beneficial to many conditions, but is most commonly used to treat colds and flu. Sniffing the oil helps keep the sinuses clear and eases congestion of the throat. It can also bring up phlegm that is sitting in the lungs and ase a throbbing head. Direct inhalation is also good for headaches, tension and asthma (though not in steam)
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PostSubject: Re: Making Aromatherapy Inhalers   Thu Jun 09, 2016 3:52 pm

Best Oils To Use

Eucalyptus


The cooling and head clearing aroma of Eucalyptus is excellent for colds and flu,
and for easing aches and pains.

Lavender


The calming and refreshing aroma of Lavender helps ease stress and tension,
and is good for headaches and insomnia.

Peppermint


The sharp and head clearing aroma of peppermint is good for colds and for digestive upsets,
and for when you need a boost of energy.


Rosemary


The invigorating, warming aroma of Rosemary eases fatigue, stress, headaches and colds.


Ylang ylang


The intoxicating, warming aroma of Ylang ylang is ideal for relaxing and dealing with stress and insomnia.
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PostSubject: Re: Making Aromatherapy Inhalers   Thu Jun 09, 2016 3:55 pm

Inhaling From Handkerchiefs

Carry a bottle of oil and a handkerchief around with you and dab a few drops of oil onto the handkerchief and inhale whenever you need to feel the benefits, being careful to keep the oil away from the sensative skin around your nose. This can provide anything from a boost of energy to relief from travel sickness. Some schools in the UK have even had considerable success calming disruptive pupils by giving them lavender-soaked tissues to keep in their pockets.

Secure a handkerchief over the vent of your car's air conditioning to get similar benefits on the move.
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PostSubject: Re: Making Aromatherapy Inhalers   Thu Jun 09, 2016 3:56 pm

Inhaling Oil Directly

You can gain all the benefits of essential oils simply by inhaling them.

If your having trouble sleeping, use a cotton wool bud to dab oil, for example Ylang Ylang, onto the dip under your nose.

As your sleep, the oil will continue to evaporate and you will inhale it every time you breathe in.

This is especially effective for easing the effects of a blocked nose that might otherwise prevent you from sleeping.

Make sure to dilute the oil in a carrier base before putting it on you skin.
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