Aromatherapy Inhaler - Concentration / Study Aide

Aromatherapy Inhaler - Concentration / Study Aide

Owens Acres Aromatherapy Inhalers are made to order so they are always fresh!  These inhalers are specifically formulated to address a physical or psychological issue or complaint.  They are simple to use, non-addictive, and discrete. 


This formulation may help those who need to focus or concentrate on the job or at school.  Great for college students!


Made with pure essential oils.  This blend contains: Rosemary, Basil, Orange, and Black Pepper


How to use:  Instruction card included.  Simply insert inhaler into one nostril.  Use your index finger to press down on the side of the other nostril to close it up.  Inhale SLOWLY several times, then switch nostrils.  Please read care instructions.


How and Why Does Aromatherapy Work:

When essential oils are inhaled through the nostrils, aromatic plant-based molecules are carried through the lining of the nasal cavity by tiny olfactory nerves to the part of the brain called the limbic system. The limbic system influences the endocrine system and the nervous system. The endocrine system consists of glands that secrete hormones into the bloodstream - these hormones act as chemical mediators to regulate bodily functions such as mood and metabolism and can cause mood change by literally altering your brain chemistry.  Specific essentials trigger specific mood changes.


Owens Acres products are made with Aloha in Hawaii.


Shipping is always combined and I will find the most economical shipping method.  We charge actual postage and any postage overpaid is always refunded back to the customer!  It's just good karma!


Laura Owens is a Certified Master Herbalist and Certified Holistic Nutritionist


Owens Acres products are not approved by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

  • Inhaler Care

    • Do not share inhalers. 
    • Keep inhaler cap on tight when not in use as essential oils evaporate very quickly. 
    • Keep out of direct sunlight. 
    • Not recommended for children under 5 years old.
    • Inhalers typically last 4-6 months
    • Sorry these cannot be refilled