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What’s all the hype about essential oils? Are they really the gift that everyone says they are? How do you use them in your everyday life? Are some scents better than others for relieving stress?
If you’re new to the world of aromatherapy, welcome! We’re so glad you’ve decided to give essential oils a chance. Now, to better understand how our products work, you first need to know what they’re good for.
Aromatherapy Inhalation Patches and Their Uses
Stress can cause a myriad of symptoms to come up. It can also aggravate existing conditions. That’s why it’s important to have natural stress-relieving tools available to help you breathe deeper and get past catastrophic thinking.
Bioesse Tech’s Aromatherapy Inhalation Patches come in a variety of scents to choose from. Each is designed to assist with a specific ailment. Worn under your shirt and in a place where the oil is warmed through the patch and breathed in through the nose, a single patch can provide up to eight hours of relief.
The products you have to choose from are called Lavender, Mandarin, Peppermint, Sweet Dreams, Spearmint, Healthy Me, and Blank. Sweet Dreams contains Lavender and Roman Chamomile whereas Healthy Me contains a blend of oils including Lemon, Tea Tree, and Lavender. Blank is the most custom patch option because you can fill it with your favorite stress-beating blend.
Finding Positive and Productive Ways to Deal with Stress with Essential Oils
How you perceive stress dictates how you choose to deal with it. By battling it head-on in a positive and constructive way, you’re able to overcome feelings of distress and prevent painful emotions from taking a toll on your body and health. Adding aromatherapy essential oils to your toolbox of stress-relieving tools, you’re able to prevent a potential mishap from completely ruining your day.
Investing in boxes of Bioesse Tech Aromatherapy Inhalation Patches in Lavender eases your body and your mind by providing up to eight hours of relief at a time. Focusing on your breath as you inhale and exhale puts you in control of the situation and the reaction you have concerning a stressful situation. It allows you to look inward for strength and guidance while your mind tries to work things out logically.