Simply diffuse throughout the room or you may want to place on a tissue and sniff occasionally.
Contains pure essential oils of lemon, basil and rosemary
How essential oils work:
Essential oils are comprised of naturally occurring chemicals that work in synergy with one another. Because essential oils evaporate quickly (known as being "volatile"), their molecules are easily inhaled. Without providing an intimidating lesson in olfaction (the science of the sense of smell), the inhalation of these naturally occurring synergistic chemicals provide triggers to our brain. These triggers effect our emotions. Inhalation of these wondrous molecules also provides physical benefit which may also work together to aid in our emotional state.
Some ways how to use essential oil blends:
- Inhalations: This is the use of essential oils on hot compress, using diffusers, or onto hot water for inhalation. Standard dose is 10 drops.
- Baths: A generally safe does is 5 - 10 drops of milder oils. Put oil on water immediately before entering bath, disperse.
- Compresses: 10 drops oil in 4 oz hot water, soak cloth, wrap.
- Facial steam: 1 - 5 drops on hot water in a pot, cover head with a towel, steam face.
- Massage: Dilutions are typically 2% - 10%.
- Direct Palm or on tissue Inhalation: Caution: This method of use should only be done with oils that can be safely applied to the skin . Apply 1-2 drops of oil to the palms, rub together gently and inhale deeply. This is an excellent method of use for a quick and easy exposure to the anti-microbial and other therapeutic uses of essential oils.
- Diffusers: There are various types of diffusers on the market, with different advantages and disadvantages.
- Adding essential oils to room humidifiers
- Essential oil rings places on light bulbs