If you have a blend that works well for you, use it by filling your own blank aromatherapy inhalation patches.
If you’re acquainted with essential oils and have been using them for a while, you likely have a few go-to blends made already that you use topically and aromatically. Creating new blends is a hobby of yours and one that you thoroughly enjoy. That’s why it only makes sense that you purchase Blank Aromatherapy Inhalation Patches from Bioesse Tech on a monthly basis. You’ll never be without the invigorating or relaxing scents of your choice.
Here are some blends that you can make easily and fill your patches with:
- Deep Breath. This recipe comes from The Prairie Homestead website. It requires three types of essential oil: bergamot, patchouli, and ylang-ylang. One drop of each is needed to make the relaxing blend. It’s good for helping ease your mind after a, particularly stressful day. It’s also one that you can use to fall asleep quickly. You’ll love how peaceful it feels to take a deep breath of this blend to release tension from your body.
- Energize. If you need to be uplifted, you’ll find the combination of wild orange, frankincense, and cinnamon will do the trick. ThePrairieHomestead.com suggests mixing two drops of each oil for maximum potency. Filling the reservoir of the Blank Inhalation Patch is easiest when you have a plastic dropper to use to transfer the blend into the patch. It creates less mess so you’re not wasting any of the essential oils you’ve mixed together.
Make sure to use caution when working with pure essential oils as they are not to be directly placed onto the skin. You can always use a carrier oil such as coconut or almond oil as part of your blend. Be mindful, however, that the scent coming from the patch may not be as strong as it would be if you were to use pure essential oils without diluting them.