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Custom Essential Oil Inhaler

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Name Custom Essential Oil Inhaler
Purpose Custom Essential Oil Inhalers are for people who want an inhaler and either don’t want to create it themselves or do not have the oils they need.
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Product Description

Custom Essential Oil Inhalers are for people who want an inhaler and either don’t want to create it themselves or do not have the oils they need. ¬†If we’ve discussed a custom inhaler, add info from our discussion in the notes section of your checkout process to remind me please ūüôā

Inhalers can last anywhere from 1 month to 6 months, depending on how of ten you need to use them and how they are stored. ¬†We recommend storing your inhaler in a zippered storage bag (we like Ziploc Freezer bags) in the fridge or even in the freezer for longer term storage. ¬†Personally, if I have one I need regularly, I’ll keep it with me during the day but store in the fridge at night. ¬†If I don’t need it for a while (a few months), I will store it in the freezer. ¬†When removing from the fridge or freezer, allow to come to room temp before using so that all constituents are back to a liquid state. ¬†Essential oils may be less effective if some constituents are still in a solidified state from cold temps, per Dr. Robert Pappas (Essential Oil University Facebook Page).

 

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Custom Essential Oil Inhaler Safety Info

As this is a custom product, safety info will be given to you through our discussion.  Our source for such safety info is the book by  Tisserand, Robert and Young, Rodney. Essential Oil Safety: A Guide for Health Care Professionals: Churchill Livingstone; 2 edition (2013). We recommend reading about the various oils in your custom essential oil inhaler.