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QueaseEASE for motion sickness

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, car sickness), chemotherapy or from generally feeling ill.

How to use: Gently twist open the cap, place the opened space under your nose, and breathe deeply. It will take a few seconds for you to feel relief. You can keep doing this as often as necessary.

Why those essential oils? Ginger and spearmint have been used as traditional anti-emetics for centuries, while lavender has a well-studied anxiolysis effect to calm you down during the nasty experience that is nausea. Peppermint is known to ease the gastric lining of the stomach, as well as colon spasms, helping your gut to feel a whole lot better.

Where can I buy it? You can buy on the website, via Amazon, or at select West Marine stores.

 

Expecting for morning sickness

Product: Expecting

What it is: A blend of four essential oils (ginger, peppermint, lemon, lime and lavender) cased in an easy to use twist-cap inhaler.

Used for: Pregnant women who are looking to relieve morning sickness.

How to use: Gently twist open the cap, place the opened space under your nose and breathe deeply. It will take a few seconds for you to feel relief. You can keep doing this as often as necessary.

Why those essential oils? While ginger and peppermint work effectively to ease nausea, lavender creates a calming effect. Lemon oil has also been shown to be extremely effective in reducing morning sickness. Lime oil is loaded with terpene hydrocarbons such as beta pinene, which is believed to provide its anti-nausea benefits by working as a 5ht3 antagonist, blocking the receptors that induce queasiness.

Where and how do I buy? You can buy on the website, via Amazon, or call us on 1-888-393-7330

 

Focus for energy

Product: Focus

What it is: An energizing blend made from clary sage, cinnamon, eucalyptus and rosemary, all essential oils that are designed to increase your concentration and give you a pick-me-up. All cased in an easy-to-use, twist-cap inhaler.

Used for: Those who need a mental and physical boost, whether for sports, studying or work.

How to use: Gently twist open the cap, place the opened space under your nose and breathe deeply. It will take a few seconds for you to feel relief. You can keep doing this as often as necessary.

Why those essential oils?  Clary sage is an essential oil that improves mood and mental clarity, while cinnamon has been shown to fight fatigue and promote alertness. Rosemary has been added for it’s memory-enhancing properties, while eucalyptus acts as a stimulant to awaken the senses.

 

Where and how do I buy? You can buy on the website, via Amazon, or call us on 1-888-393-7330

 

Still for stress relief

Product: Still

What it is: A calming blend of bergamot, ylang-ylang, lavender and sweet orange to help ease anxiety, cased in an easy-to-use, twist-cap inhaler.

Used for: Calming nerves and anxiety, naturally.

How to use: Gently twist open the cap, place the opened space under your nose and breathe deeply. It will take a few seconds for you to feel relief. You can keep doing this as often as necessary.

Why those essential oils? Bergamot is an essential oil with many studies supporting its anxiety and stress reduction properties, while ylang-ylang has been used for centuries for its calming and harmonizing benefits. Coupled with lavender and sweet orange’s anti-stress effect, this makes for the ultimate relaxation blend.

Where and how do I buy? You can buy on the website, via Amazon, or call us on 1-888-393-7330

 

P6 acupressure band essential oil inhaler

P6 acupressure band essential oil inhaler

Product: DuoBAND

What it is: A P6 acupressure band couples with a compact clip-on version of the QueaseEASE inhaler.

Used for: Reducing nausea the hands free way, making it ideal for nurses, people with their hands full, and those on the go.

How to use: Place the band firmly on your wrist, two fingers breadth below the edge of your palm. Slip the clip-on inhaler onto the band like a watch, and undo the latch. Inhale whenever necessary

Where and how do I buy? You can buy on the website, via Amazon, or call us on 1-888-393-7330