La Isha’s Aromatherapy sniffers

I’ve heard of a couple different ways to use aromatherapy oils. They include placing them into a diffuser or rubbing them into your pulse points. But I’ve heard of a new technique, which is sniffing them! Sounds weird? Not when they come in own personal inhaler. I was intrigued when I heard about this and had to try it out. And thanks to the skin care brand La Isha, I got a chance a try this technique out and found out this was my favorite way to use aromatherapy oils. Let’s start with a little background on this technique.

How Do La Ishá’s Personal Aromatherapy Inhalers Work?

Our sense of smell is the first to develop and the most sensitive and powerful of the five senses. Unlike other sensory abilities that require interaction with the spinal, integumentary, circulatory or digestive systems to work, the recognition of smell is immediate and linked to the subconscious mind. Scent has the ability to evoke feelings as well as physical responses, and is linked to some of our earliest pre-verbal memories. No two people will react to an essential oil in exactly the same way, making the benefits of aromatherapy highly individualized.

When a person inhales an essential oil, its scent is immediately picked up by tiny receptors in the nose and transported to the limbic system in the brain. This system is involved with stress response, hormone levels, heart rate, blood pressure and respiration. This is why aromatherapy has such a powerful effect on the human body. Unlike other aromatherapy blends that are diluted with carrier oils and applied in a roll-on to the skin, you can feel the effect of La Ishá’s inhaled, undiluted blends within seconds instead of minutes. When you feel a migraine or a panic attack coming on, time is crucial in staving off a full-blown episode.

La Ishá’s Aromatherapy Inhaler Blends use only pure therapeutic-grade ingredients that support both beauty and health. They are organic and wild-crafted, gluten-free, vegan-certified, synthetic-free and cruelty-free.

The founder of La Isha was kind enough to send me three different blends to try out and I loved every one of them. Here is a quick overview on the blends I used.

Counting Sheep – for Restless, Sleepless Nights

A proprietary blend of organic and wildcrafted therapeutic-grade essential oils for severe insomnia, including Roman Chamomile and Valerian.

Are you awake and watching the clock at 2 a.m.? Having trouble going back to sleep and quieting that overactive brain of yours? Counting Sheep provides fast and effective help for women who suffer from sleep and insomnia issues that are often due to menopause and hormonal transitions. Use this aromatherapy blend in the middle of the night with no fear of grogginess or lingering side-effects the next morning!

How I felt about this blend: This one was very soothing. I felt relaxed right afterwards and noticed a change in how fast I fell asleep after inhaling this one.

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Panic Button – Calm Yourself Fast!

A proprietary blend of organic and wild-crafted therapeutic-grade essential oils including Fragonia, Frankincense and Ylang Ylang

Panic button is a highly effective, fast-acting therapeutic grade aromatherapy formula for feelings of panic or anxiety brought on by stress or fear-based emotions. Because it promotes a sense of well-being, reduces muscle tension and promotes relaxation, it is the perfect solution to panic attacks, anxiety and other manifestations of stress. Works in seconds!

How I felt about this blend: As someone who suffers from anxiety, I felt like this blend was the most beneficial and was fast acting! I use this on my way to work, before and after I go to the gym, when I need to study for a test, or when I feel like I’m overwhelmed.

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Sharp As A Tack – For Clear Thinking

A proprietary blend of organic and wild-crafted therapeutic-grade essential oils, including Spearmint and Cardamom.

Instead of reaching for that 5th cup of coffee to combat the 4 p.m. slump at work, reach for Sharp as a Tack! This mentally stimulating, fast-acting therapeutic grade aromatherapy blend helps fight late afternoon fatigue and brain fog. It promotes clear thinking, sharper mental focus, improved concentration and memory – without keeping you up at night! Our cancer survivor clients tell us it is helpful with chemo brain too. Use it whenever you are mentally fatigued but need to be on your “A” game without getting caffeine-related jitters.

How I feel about this blend: This is my favorite blend to sniff when I’m work. It keeps me focused when I have a big project to tackle. This also helps after a long day at work when I need to spend the night studying or cooking. I usually suffer from fatigue so I also keep this blend in my purse.

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All of these blends are:

Quick acting.
Does not come in direct contact with the skin.
Leak-proof.
Organic and wild-crafted.
Gluten-Free, Vegan-certified, synthetic-free, cruelty-free, paraben-free, sulfate-free.
Comes in chic, personal size refillable inhaler (refills will be available shortly).

Directions for use:

Uncap the inhaler and hold it just below your nose (do not insert inhaler tip into nostril). Inhale slowly, counting from 1 to 5 as you inhale. Then hold your breath for another count of 5, and exhale slowly. Repeat this procedure 2 to 3 times for each nostril. Then take a break to give the essential oils a moment to work. Use as needed.

If your nose is stuffy, use the All Stuffed Up aromatherapy blend first, wait 5 minutes and then continue with the aromatherapy blend of your choice for best results.

I highly recommend trying this new technique out if you are into aromatherapy blends. You will not be disappointed.

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