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A potent blend of aromatic essential oils which may help bring calm, balance and clarity to body and mind when traveling.*
The small tube fits easily into a pocket or purse whenever you're on the move.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
0.5ml / ℮ 0.01 fl. oz
Place the personal inhaler tip just below your nostril. DO NOT insert it into the nostril.
Close off the other nostril with one finger.
Slowly inhale to a count of 5 with full awareness of the remedial scents, then slowly exhale.
Repeat with the other nostril. Repeat the procedure 2-3 times.
You can use your personal inhaler every 2-3 hours.
How to Refill: Open the cap at the bottom of the Nasalette™ and add with 5-6 drops of the matching blend.
Use caution with children and during pregnancy.
What is a Nasalette? A nasalette is a nasal inhaler containing a blend of pure essential oils. There are 5 unique blends and each one focuses on a different area of wellbeing, harnessing the channels of the olfactory system to deeply affect brain and body systems.
Are Nasalette Essential Oil Inhalers save to use during pregnancy or in children? Use caution with children and during pregnancy. Infants, toddlers, young children and pregnant women are all are more sensitive to the effects of essential oils. Black Chicken Remedies state their products are safe to use during pregnancy and for young children. All quantities of essential oils are way below required amounts deemed safe in both the Nasalettes and Perfumes. If you have any questions on safety - we recommend talking to your doctor to see if it is the right product for you.
How does aromatherapy work? When we inhale through the nostrils, the molecules we breathe in quickly interact with the olfactory organs and the brain. Some molecules are also carried to the lungs and respiratory system. This is how inhaling essential oils can have an immediate and clinically quantifiable effect on respiration, pulse and blood pressure and on the central nervous system in general.