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Sensational Scents to Try This Fall

If you’re a fan of essential oils, you probably use them in different ways. In addition to topical applications of your favorite oils, you also take them with you by filling a Blank Inhalation Patch your custom blend. Creating new blends is something you enjoy coming up with. You try to match them to your mood or the season which is fun for you.

If you’re looking for some new recipes to diffuse this fall, you’re in luck. We’ve scoured the web to find some of the best blends we could find. These are the perfect blends to put anyone into a cozy fall mood.

Sensational Scents to Try This Fall

Some sensational scents to create for yourself that are perfect for fall include:

  • Sweater Weather. This recipe is inspired by the One Essential Community. It requires three drops of eucalyptus oil, two drops of juniper berry oil, and one drop of sage oil. Add to the water in your diffuser and turn the machine on for hours of incredible scent. It will get you in the mood for sweater weather!
  • Crispy Autumn Blend. The Paleo Mama shares this recipe for diffusing. It takes three drops of wild orange essential oil, three drops of patchouli oil, and one drop of clove oil. Follow the instructions that came with your diffuser to get the most out of the oils you use.

Take aromatherapy essential oils with you wherever you go by investing in Bioesse Tech Aromatherapy Inhalation Patches. Designed to be worn under your shirt, this discreet therapeutic product comes in several different scents which are meant to assist you with a variety of ailments.

If nausea makes it hard to get going in the morning, our Mandarin patches do the trick. If your brain won’t stop thinking about all the things you need to do the next day, put on a Lavender patch to promote sweet slumber.

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Which Aromatherapy Inhalation Patch Should You Wear Most Often?

Which Aromatherapy Inhalation Patch should you wear most often? Do you have symptoms regularly that you need to overcome? Is one scent preferable over another? Do you prefer to blend your own essential oils and fill Blank Patches with your custom remedy?

Bioesse Tech Aromatherapy Inhalation Patch Varieties

Here are some of the options that are available for you to choose from:

  • LavenderThis scent helps calm anxiety and depression as well as promote deep sleep.
  • Healthy Me. A blend of oils including citrus oils makes this customer favorite helpful in strengthening the immune system.
  • Sweet Dreams. A combination of lavender and Roman chamomile make this product a favorite for falling asleep and staying asleep throughout the night.
  • Mandarin. Created using pure citrus oil, this patch scent helps calm nausea, indigestion, and other stomach disorders.
  • Peppermint. Made with 100% pure peppermint oil, this product helps break up congestion, quiet headaches, and may relieve symptoms of PMS.
  • Spearmint. Pure spearmint oil helps energize a person when they feel fatigued.
  • Blank. Fillable patches require one to two drops of your favorite essential oil or blend of essential oils.

Aromatherapy Inhalation Patches offer effective relief from common ailments. They’re discreet, portable, easy to apply, and easy to remove. They offer up to eight hours of potency before they must be replaced. You can opt to buy single patches or save big by purchasing a box of your favorite scent.

If you haven’t had an opportunity to use our products before, you’ll want to give them a try now. Aromatherapy is among the most popular non-traditional healing modalities. If you want to feel better quickly, apply a patch, spend a few minutes breathing deeply, and go about your normal routine as you would if you weren’t experiencing symptoms of fatigue, indigestion or anxiety.

Create Your Own Essential Oil First Aid Kit

Preparedness starts at home with you. It requires time to plan and source supplies as well as diligence as you rotate items out to make sure that they don’t expire. If you’ve put together care kits for your family in the past, you know how detailed the process can be. Fortunately, putting together an essential oil first aid kit isn’t that involved and takes less than an hour to do.

Create Essential Oil First Aid Kit

Here are the things you’ll want to include in your essential oil first aid kit:

  • A carrier oil. Some options include jojoba, sweet almond, grapeseed or coconut. These oils serve as the base for the essential oils you choose to work with. It’s advisable not to use oils without diluting them with a carrier oil first.
  • Essential oils. Among the most popular oils because of their healing properties is lavender, tea tree, chamomile, rosemary, peppermint, and eucalyptus. Lavender is a wonder oil used to treat minor skin irritations and burns, bruises and bumps, headaches, fibromyalgia pain, tendonitis, and more. Tea tree can take care of rashes, blisters, cold sores, fungal infections, dandruff, and symptoms caused by cold and flu. The more you research each oil, the more uses you’ll find for it.
  • Roller bottles. Available in many colors, they make it easy to apply essential oils once they’ve been mixed with carrier oils. They come with lids, too, so you can cap off your home remedy and not waste a single drop.
  • A bag or container to put your supplies in. You’ll want a way to keep your first aid kit supplies together. If you want it to be portable, purchase or make a small pencil bag or cosmetic bag. If you don’t mind using it only in the home, find a sturdy box like a small tackle box or bead box to put everything in.

Treat minor injuries and illnesses naturally using the supplies you have on hand. Aromatherapy Inhalation Patches from Bioesse Tech fit nicely in first aid kits. Purchase a box or two to have on hand when you need portable relief that works up to eight hours at a time.

All-Natural Ways to Fragrance Your Home This Fall

Do you want to keep your home smelling wonderful this fall? Do commercial air fresheners and candles give you a headache? If you want to go the all-natural route with scents, you’re in luck. Essential oils offer versatility and long-lasting aromatherapy to get you through your days.

Add Natural Fragrance to Your Home This Fall

Here are some all-natural ways to fragrance your home this fall:

  • Create a water bead diffuser jar. Fill a clean glass jar with water beads, water, and a few drops of your favorite essential oil. As the water evaporates, the beads release the scent which carries through the room. There is no diffuser needed that way.
  • Make your own carpet freshener. All you need is baking soda, essential oils, and a shaker container. Allow the freshener to sit on your carpet for at least ten minutes before vacuuming it up. You’ll be left with a pleasantly clean smelling room fit for company.
  • Toilet paper diffuser. The cardboard insert that keeps your toilet paper on the holder makes the perfect fragrance provider. Add a few drops of essential oil to it and smell the difference it makes every time you unroll toilet paper in the bathroom.
  • Scented disks. Combat smelly places like garbage cans and diaper pails with baking soda, water, and essential oils. You can create discs using cupcake liners and drop them in wherever they are needed to absorb smells. They make great gifts, too, for your family and friends.

Allow the warm spicy scents of fall fill your home. With essential oils, you have many options. You can use them topically, aromatically, and even purchase culinary grade oils to use in your holiday cooking. Give your nose a scent sensation. Purchase Bioesse Tech’s Aromatherapy Inhalation Patches to use while you go to and from appointments, drive in traffic, and even sleep at night.

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