What to Look for in an Essential Oil Blend| 04/17/2023
If you’re the type of person who prefers buying your own essential oil to put in a Bioesse Tech Blank Inhalation Patch, there are some things you’ll want to know about how to shop for quality products for blends. Reading an essential oil label takes skill and if you haven’t been introduced to the process until now, you’ll want to take note of a couple things. This ensures that the essential oils you buy are high quality and perfect for aromatherapy purposes.
How to Choose an Essential Oil Blend
Here are the details you’ll want to pay attention to:
- Authentic versus therapeutic. Any company can claim that its oils offer therapeutic qualities. Not all, however, use pure unadulterated essential oil from the plants their products are named after. Choose oils and blends that are free from chemical contaminants as pesticides and solvents degrade the product and lessen its effectiveness.
- How the product is obtained and tested. Does the company grow plants and distill oil from them, or do they buy oil from other companies and put their name on it? How do they test their products? What do other people have to say about the company?
- The potency of the oil. When you use one or two drops in your Blank Inhalation Patch, can you still smell it 6-8 hours later? Bioesse Tech’s products last that long, and the essential oil blends you create for yourself should, too. If they don’t, the products that you’re working with may be diluted and less effective than more concentrated oils.
Now that you know how to read an essential oil label correctly, you’ll be able to determine which brands offer you the most benefits. If this is your first time using essential oils, you’re going to love them. If you’ve never been introduced to Bioesse Tech’s line of aromatherapy and hemp inhalation patches, you’ll be pleased to know that they come in different varieties and help treat common ailments such as nausea, anxiety and depression, and fatigue.