Inhaling essential oils is one of the fastest ways to get their benefits.
We have a diffuser running in the house a couple times a week. More often if someone is sick, is stressed, or we have company coming over.
However, diffusing oils isn’t always practical so inhalers come to the rescue.
My daughter likes to have her own personal inhaler that she can carry with her when she is sick. She also likes uses these oil patches.
You can purchase “ready made” inhalers on Amazon or easily make your own.
If you’re in a hurry when you found this post and need relief fast simply put a few drops of your selected oil in your hands and cup your hands over your nose. Breathe in deeply to inhale the oil scent.
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Easily Make Your Own Inhalers
Blank Nasal Inhaler Tubes
Inhalers are really easy to make. Just purchase blank inhaler tubes on Amazon and add the essential oils to the cotton piece in the nasal tube.
You can add 2-10 drops of oil to the tube depending on the strength you want.
The great thing about making these inhalers is that you can refresh them at any time. Simply open the tube and add more oils.
Tash at TheresanEOForThat.com made a short video showing how simple making your own inhaler is.
DIY Essential Oil Inhaler Recipes
I’ve collected an assortment of essential oil blends and listed them here. I’ve tried some of them and others are on my “to try list”.
You can add just about any oil to your inhaler. There are already some “ready made” blends you can try or combine oils to make your oil special blend.
Tension Inhaler Recipe
10 Drops Rosemary
3 Drops White Fir
3 Drops Lavender
2 Drops Chamomile
Motion Sickness Inhaler Recipe
5 Drops Peppermint Oil
4 Drops Ginger Oil
3 Drops Fennel Oil
3 Drops Essential Oil
Focus Inhaler Recipe
8 Drops Orange Oil
7 Drops Peppermint
Cold and Flu Inhaler Recipe
4 Drops Lemon
4 Drops Juniper Berry
2 Drops Cedarwood
PMS and Cramps Inhaler Recipe
5 Drops Ylang Ylang Oil
4 Drops Clary Sage Oil
5 Drop Geranium Oil
3 Drops Orange Oil
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5 Drops Lavender Oil
3 Drops Buddha Wood Oil
5 Drops Bergamot Oil
5 Drops Frankincense
4 Drops Rhododendron
Where To Get Your Essential Oils
There are lots of reputable companies that sell essential oils. I have a drawer full of a variety of brands.
The easiest and fasted way to get oils is on Amazon however, you should research the brand you use before you purchase.
Plant Therapy is a brand that I use and trust. They often have sales on their website so be sure to check there, too.
Also, Now and Majestic are suitable brands depending on how you plan to use them.
Never ingest an oil unless you’ve done your due diligence in research and know the oil you selected is safe.
The blends I posted here are some of the many Inhaler Blend Recipes you can try.
There are countless combinations of oils that will work for health issues. Find what works for you.
You Tell Me. Please post your comments or recipes that you’ve used below.
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