Sniffers + 2ml Refill - various
These Sniffers (inhalers) consist of pure, undiluted essential oils that give the aroma to assist in specific functions, namely Open airways, Sinus relief & Immune booster. Choose your option above.
The 2ml Inhaler Refill ensures that your Sniffer will last a few months. It also contains pure, undiluted essential oils. Just add a few drops into your Sniffer every few weeks, and the aroma is as strong as day one!
How to use: Just open your Sniffer and inhale deeply as often as needed.
Open airways ingredients: Frankincense, Organic Lemon, Eucalyptus, Organic Peppermint & Organic Rosemary pure essential oils.
Sinus relief ingredients: Frankincense, Eucalyptus, Organic Peppermint, Organic Rosemy & Organic Lavender pure essential oils.
Immune booster ingredients: Et haKallah Thieves Pro (concentrate) & Tea tree pure essential oils.
Essential oils are complex mixtures of low molecular weight compounds extracted from plants. Their main constituents are terpenes and phenylpropanoids, which are responsible for their biological and pharmaceutical properties, such as insecticidal, parasiticidal, antimicrobial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antinociceptive, anticarcinogenic, and antitumor properties. (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29295695/)
Following are a few extracts of many published medical articles on the topic of the amazing properties we find in essential oils:
In the lab, scientists have been testing all kinds of combinations of essential oils and antibiotics, and they’re repeatedly finding that the oils can fight numerous pathogens, including antibiotic-resistant strains of E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus (which causes staph infection), and other common types of bacteria. Researchers believe that one mechanism by which the oils work is by weakening the cell wall of resistant bacteria, thereby damaging or killing the cells. (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24287491/)
Essential oils (EOs) are a complex mixture of hydrophobic and volatile compounds synthesized from aromatic plants, most of them commonly used in the human diet. In recent years, many studies have analyzed their antimicrobial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, immunomodulatory and anticancer properties in vitro and on experimentally induced animal models of colitis and colorectal cancer. Many EOs and some of their molecules have demonstrated their efficacy in inhibiting bacterial, fungi and virus replication and in modulating the inflammatory and oxidative processes that take place in experimental colitis. In addition to this, their antitumor activity against colorectal cancer models makes them extremely interesting compounds for the modulation of the pathophysiology of the large bowel. (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32532055/)