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The Aromahead Blog - Aromatherapy Education and Resources
Everybody likes things that smell good. But not everybody thinks the same things smell good.
So what do you do when you want to inhale essential oils, but don’t want to use a diffuser that fills the room with their aroma?
Make an essential oil inhaler!
Just as its name suggests, an essential oil inhaler allows you to breathe in the essential oils . . . and nobody will smell them but you. You can make an Aromatheapy inhaler to have a personal, convenient way to keep the oils at your side, perfect for the office, a classroom, or any space where you want to “keep your oils to yourself.”
If you suffer from tension headaches, you know they often come with aching muscles. I want to share a recipe that uses Aromatherapy for muscle tension and headache relief at the same time. This recipe is really convenient because it’s made in an Aromatherapy inhaler. Most of the time when I’m using Aromatherapy for muscle tension, I’ll make a blend you can apply topically. It’s so soothing to massage sore muscles with a therapeutic body butter or oil. But you’re not always in a place where you can spend time massaging yourself (or someone else) with a blend. […]
An aromatherapy inhaler is a way for you to take essential oils with you on the go. You can’t carry a diffuser everywhere, but an aromatherapy inhaler fits in your pocket, a bag, a desk drawer, or the car. (They’re great for the office, where co-workers might not appreciate essential oils diffused in a shared space.) […]
Inhalers are a less known—but very effective—way to use aromatherapy for muscle tension relief. One of my favorite ways to use aromatherapy for muscle tension is relaxation massage. I use soothing massage oils and body creams with essential oils, which can really complement the healing power of touch. […]
Essential Oil Inhalers for Allergy Symptoms Allergies can cause headaches from the pressure of nasal congestion. Often these headache can be relieved by using essential oil inhalers. Use the inhaler every 15 minutes for an hour whenever a headache starts to come on. The inhaler can also be used to ease the congestion itself. There are so many different oils we could choose to work with to relieve allergy symptoms, but you don't need a huge collection. This recipe only uses FOUR essential oils for allergy symptoms. […]