So what exactly is an aroma inhaler and why use it?

aroma inhaler
An aromatherapy inhaler is a great way to take essential oils with you on the go.  You can’t take a diffuser everywhere but an inhaler fits in your pocket.  It’s also a great way to use essential oils at the office, school or closed space if others don’t like the aroma.  And especially useful in a car, train, plane or any source of transportation.
The inhaler is about the size of lip balm.
To use:  Place 5-10 drops of essential oil on the cotton.  Put the inhaler about 1/2 inch below your nostril and inhale slowly while counting to 5.  Repeat several times on each nostril.   Never place the inhaler inside the nose. 
The essential oil molecules will be absorbed into the lungs then circulated throughout the blood stream.
Any diffuser recipe can be used in an inhaler.  So recipes for energy, immune, respiratory, concentration and much more can be used successfully in an inhaler.
Here’s a few of my favorite recipes:
Seasonal Discomfort:   3 drops Lemon, 3 drops Lavender, 3 drops Peppermint essential oil
Queasy Traveler:   5-10 drops Peppermint essential oil
Breathe easy:  5-10 drops doTERRA Breathe blend
Concentration:  5-10 drops doTERRA Intune blend
Calm Me Down:  5-10 drops doTERRA Serenity blend
Your essential oils will keep the inhaler smelling strong for several weeks.  To refill, simply pop the plug and add more oils, easy peasy!
aroma inhaler
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If you are interested, make sure to check out the Essential Oils section on Amazon. There are a ton of Essential Oils that you might want to look at.


The Eyerly Family is a tight knit family from Texas. Married for 10 years Dane and Deena are the parents to six awesome kids! In 2021 the Eyerly's are leaving normal life behind to travel full-time throughout the United States in their Double Decker Bus which has been converted to a tiny home. They've been featured in Yahoo! News, Yahoo! Finance, Yahoo! Style, Medium, and Latestly. Learn more about The Eyerly's here.

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