WHY WE LOVE INHALERS:
We send a medical grade blank inhaler including instructions with each order! Why? It's a great application (use) of essential oils and we'd like you to experience it. The olfactory system includes all physical organs or cells relating to, or contributing to, the sense of smell. When we inhale through the nose, airborne molecules interact with the olfactory organs and, almost immediately, the brain.
Molecules inhaled through the nose or mouth are also carried to the lungs and interact with the respiratory system. Thus, inhaled essential oils can affect the body through several systems and pathways. Interaction with the limbic system (emotional brain)
During inhalation, odor molecules travel through the nose and affect the brain through a variety of receptor sites, one of which is the limbic system, which is commonly referred to as the "emotional brain."
The limbic system is directly connected to those parts of the brain that control heart rate, blood pressure, breathing, memory, stress levels, and hormone balance (Higley & Higley, 1998). This relationship helps explain why smells often trigger emotions. Knowing this, we can hypothesize how inhalation of essential oils can have some very profound physiological and psychological effects!
The blend in the Neroli Love of Bergamot (Citrus bergamia), Cedarwood (Juniperus virginiana) and Neroli (Citrus aurantium var. Amara) makes you feel like you are strolling through a Spring Flower garden. Want to learn more about this beautiful blend? Click below to shop Essential Care.
Marguerite Maury, the Mother of Aromatherapy, first originally published in French as Le capital "jeunesse" with editions de la Table Rond in 1961. And it was first published in English as "The Secret of Life and Youth" in 1964 and in her book she stated “To reach the individual we need an individual remedy.
Each of us is a unique message. It is only the unique remedy that will suffice. We must, therefore, seek odiferous substances which present affinities with the human being we intend to treat, those which will compensate for his deficiencies and those which make his faculties’ blossom.” I love this quote. It has been used time and again and loved by many in Aromatherapy.
It reminds us that although there are many oils and blends, we have to find what is unique to us as individuals.
Special orders upon request so we can accommodate those special needs. You are each unique beautiful individuals.
Robert Tisserand - A leading Expert in the Industry