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What To Get: The Soothing Scents Product Guide

Want to try our products, but you’re not quite sure which is best for you? Here’s a handy shopping guide Product: QueaseEASE What it is: A blend of four essential oils (peppermint, spearmint, ginger and lavender) cased in an easy-to-use, twist-cap inhaler. Used for: QueaseEASE is specifically formulated to reduce the nausea you get from motion sickness (seasickness, air sickness,

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The QueaseEASE Diaries: A (Long) Weekend in Europe

In late April, two friends set off to Amsterdam and Paris for a four-day adventure, armed with the Soothing Scents inhaler range (QueaseEASE, Expecting, Focus and Still) to see how they’d hold up across 1,200 miles of trains, planes, canal tours and bicycle rides. Oh, and we did some tourist stuff in between. Friday, Amsterdam 8 am, flight to Amsterdam 

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How to deal with nurse burnout

We live in fast times. It’s a time when hospitals are understaffed, performance is increasingly driven by corporate metrics, and national healthcare policy complicates the efficacy of medical systems and medical professionals  —  taking a toll on their own health. A 2017 survey that gathered data from over 18,000 nurses living in the US found that, besides retirement,  job dissatisfaction

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This Spring, $30 or more and get a free tote bag worth $12.

This spring, we’re offering you a free Soothing Scents tote bag (valued at $12) for all purchases made over $30. Choose from one of the following six designs, and we’ll ship it to you. Remember, all US orders ship free! Shop all our tote bags here. Happy shopping! The Soothing Scents Team

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Your Top Questions of 2017: Q&A with Wendy Nichols

You asked, we answered! More specifically, Soothing Scents founder Wendy Nichols (BSN, APRN, CRNA) sat down to talk about bad products, essential oil therapy, and why inhaled is better. How do I know whether I’m buying a good essential oil (EO) product? What should I look out for? Let’s start with what to avoid. So a big red flag is when you see

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How essential oils work for nausea [An infographic]

The effect that inhaled essential oils has on nausea is still a pretty well-kept secret. It’s a unique blend of these oils with which we’ve created our own range of remedies for nausea, morning sickness, focus and stress relief.  But how does it work exactly? Here’s how: You can learn more about how we’re making a new kind of nausea

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