There are many ways to utilize essential oils. One of those is by way of Nasal Inhaler. What’s a Nasal Inhaler? It’s simply a container that holds a “wick” that has essential oils added to it acting as a “diffuser”. There are usually 3 parts to the inhaler (depending on the type of inhaler): The inner tube (holds the wick), the wick, and the outer case (or cover). It is available in plastic or aluminum. You breathe in the aromatics through this inhaler.
This is one of my preferred methods of inhalation of essential oils, particularly on the go. I prefer this method in most instances because it is more personal and very portable. Not everyone wants to smell what others smell. Not all essential oils agree with all people or pets. By utilizing the Nasal Inhaler one is able to use whatever essential oils are needed at the time without imposing the “smells” on other people, or animals. This is a very good method of “diffusing” without harming pets that may be in the vicinity as not all essential oils are pet safe (especially cats).
The plastic inhaler is less expensive than the aluminum one but not as attractive. They are both available in a wide range of colors. They are both durable and very portable. And they are “refillable”. They are lightweight. No liquids to be concerned about if traveling by plane. No liquids to be concerned about leaking out in your purse or luggage.
So when you purchase a Nasal Inhaler from Botanical Blends (formerly Green Earth Herbals), I provide a label for the outside so you know what is in it, I keep a card on file with your blend recipe, and you get a discount when you bring it in for a “refill” as opposed to purchasing a new one each time.