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Nausea Essential Oil Inhalation Stick

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Combat your Morning Sickness or Travel Sickness with the help of our nasal inhalation blend, made with 100% natural essential oils.

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  • Soothing Ginger / Settling Spearmint / Uplifting Grapefruit
  • Drug Free Option
  • Synthetic Fragrance-Free
  • Preservative-Free
  • Natural Solution
  • Made in UK
  • Easy to carry round
  • Discreet and easy to use
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  • Our Queasy Days nasal inhaler is 100% natural using essential oils formulated by our expert herbalist. The nasal inhaler uses aromatherapy to help quickly target symptoms of nausea. 

    Packaged into a small and discreet inhaler allowing you to curb your nausea on the move without any questions.


    Nausea benefits from our blend

    -Ginger – studies have concluded that ginger inhaled aromatherapy served as an effective treatment for the nausea and vomiting.

    -Spearmint – Spearmint may help to relieve symptoms of digestive problems, by relaxing the stomach muscles, reducing symptoms of nausea, and other digestive problems.

    -Grapefruit - Uplifting & reviving. It is used as a natural digestive aid and for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

  • The physical and emotional impact of morning sickness, nausea and vomiting (NVP) can often can result in anxiety, concern and make life very difficult. 

    Our herbalist has created this aromatherapy blend to support the nuisance of nausea, which can help support morning sickness, travel sickness, motion sickness and chemotherapy sickness.

    Aromatherapy is the name given to a unique branch of herbal medicine that uses the medicinal and therapeutic properties of the oils found in various plants.

    How Aromatherapy works inhaling through the nose?

    Inhalation is the quickest method by which essential oils enter the body and take effect. The surrounding warm, moist air carries the tiny molecules up the nose as we breathe in. This wonderful apparatus is the only organ with direct access to the brain, influencing our feelings and actions.

    There are minute hairs called cilia right at the top of the nose, from which special signals commence their journey to the brain. The air we breathe in passes over the cilia and a signal is transmitted from the receptor cells to the olfactory bulb and to sections of the brain to process the information. Neurochemicals are then released which are passed on via the nervous system to relax or stimulate depending on the aroma. They directly affect the body physically, which is why essential oils are so effective for different body aliments 

    What are essential oils?

    Essential oils are concentrated compounds extracted from plants, twigs, leaves or berries. The aromatic compounds extracted give each essential oil has its own unique chemical composition. Essential oils are extracted by a process called distillation, which turns the “essence” of a plant into a liquefied form for various medicinal and recreational use. 

    Essential oils are often used in aromatherapy, a form of alternative medicine that employs plant extracts to support health and well-being. Essential oils are most commonly used in the practice of aromatherapy, in which they are inhaled through various methods. Inhaling the aromas from essential oils can stimulate areas of your limbic system, which is a part of your brain that plays a role in emotions, behaviors, sense of smell, and long-term memory

  • Zingiber officinale, Citrus paradesi, Mentha spicata. 

    Fragrance Allergens: Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool (Occur naturally in essential oils) 

     

    Free From: Nasties, preservatives

    No Added: Fragrance

  • Place gently into the nostril whilst keeping the other nostril is closed and inhale deeply, repeat with the other nostril. 

    We suggest using no more than 3 times per hour

  • Morning sickness can make the first trimester of pregnancy a challenging time. Your body is experiencing massive changes, which can affect you emotionally and mentally, which is why it’s so important to practice self-care during this stage of your life. Here are a few tips to help you get through those first 12 weeks.

     

    Stay hydrated

    Drink plenty of water and fluids, especially when symptoms of nausea and vomiting are at their worst to keep your body working efficiently. Sipping at water or a sports drink can even curb nausea.

    Smell fresh scents

    Fresh scents of citrus, ginger and mint are uplifting and refreshing and can cover any other scent that might turn your stomach. They also can help settle the stomach.

    Adjust your screens

    Certain lights and screens can increase or cause nausea. Try changing your screen to a pink or orange colour, increase font size and take short breaks.

     

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The physical and emotional impact of morning sickness, nausea and vomiting (NVP) can often can result in anxiety, concern and make life very difficult. 

Our herbalist has created this aromatherapy blend to support the nuisance of nausea, which can help support morning sickness, travel sickness, motion sickness and chemotherapy sickness.

Aromatherapy is the name given to a unique branch of herbal medicine that uses the medicinal and therapeutic properties of the oils found in various plants.

How Aromatherapy works inhaling through the nose?

Inhalation is the quickest method by which essential oils enter the body and take effect. The surrounding warm, moist air carries the tiny molecules up the nose as we breathe in. This wonderful apparatus is the only organ with direct access to the brain, influencing our feelings and actions.

There are minute hairs called cilia right at the top of the nose, from which special signals commence their journey to the brain. The air we breathe in passes over the cilia and a signal is transmitted from the receptor cells to the olfactory bulb and to sections of the brain to process the information. Neurochemicals are then released which are passed on via the nervous system to relax or stimulate depending on the aroma. They directly affect the body physically, which is why essential oils are so effective for different body aliments 

What are essential oils?

Essential oils are concentrated compounds extracted from plants, twigs, leaves or berries. The aromatic compounds extracted give each essential oil has its own unique chemical composition. Essential oils are extracted by a process called distillation, which turns the “essence” of a plant into a liquefied form for various medicinal and recreational use. 

Essential oils are often used in aromatherapy, a form of alternative medicine that employs plant extracts to support health and well-being. Essential oils are most commonly used in the practice of aromatherapy, in which they are inhaled through various methods. Inhaling the aromas from essential oils can stimulate areas of your limbic system, which is a part of your brain that plays a role in emotions, behaviors, sense of smell, and long-term memory

Zingiber officinale, Citrus paradesi, Mentha spicata. 

Fragrance Allergens: Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool (Occur naturally in essential oils) 

 

Free From: Nasties, preservatives

No Added: Fragrance

Place gently into the nostril whilst keeping the other nostril is closed and inhale deeply, repeat with the other nostril. 

We suggest using no more than 3 times per hour

Morning sickness can make the first trimester of pregnancy a challenging time. Your body is experiencing massive changes, which can affect you emotionally and mentally, which is why it’s so important to practice self-care during this stage of your life. Here are a few tips to help you get through those first 12 weeks.

 

Stay hydrated

Drink plenty of water and fluids, especially when symptoms of nausea and vomiting are at their worst to keep your body working efficiently. Sipping at water or a sports drink can even curb nausea.

Smell fresh scents

Fresh scents of citrus, ginger and mint are uplifting and refreshing and can cover any other scent that might turn your stomach. They also can help settle the stomach.

Adjust your screens

Certain lights and screens can increase or cause nausea. Try changing your screen to a pink or orange colour, increase font size and take short breaks.

 

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