"While Driving" Aromatherapy Stress Reliever for the Road
Driving can be stressful, whether it’s for work or for vacation. You are on high alert the whole time, and sometimes other drivers can tick you off. It’s also exhausting to be driving in the evening when you’re starting to feel tired. Inhale “While Driving” (while parked in a safe area!) to help you feel refreshed, stimulated, invigorated, and to give yourself an extra energetic boost on the road.
General stress and anxiety
Frustration and impatience
Motion sickness such as nausea
Inability to focus
Our stress-relieving inhalers are aromatherapy inhalers inspired by traditional Thai inhalers. The jars are filled with organic aromatic spices, inspired by traditional Chinese medicine, and blended with organic essential oils, inspired by medicinal French aromatherapy.
Hold the jar 3~4" away from the nose, and deeply inhale for 4 seconds, and then slowly exhale for 6 seconds. Repeat up to 3 times if necessary.
Organic oil blend formulated by a clinical aromatherapist:
Lemon (Citrus limon)
Peppermint (Mentha piperita)
Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus)
Camphor (Cinnamomum camphora)
Aromatic notes: fresh, clean, cool, minty, and citrusy
Keep away from direct sunlight and heat. Lasts about 3 months depending on the frequency of use. Close the lid tightly after use. Keep away from the reach of children. Not recommended for those pregnant or breast-feeding.
Notes from the aromatherapist:
I came up with the idea of “While Driving” when I found myself often stressed out while driving on Route 1 near my childhood home in New Jersey. It is one of the most dangerous roads in the state due to the high number of traffic lights, intersections, and parking lot entrances and exits. Although I am a pretty good driver (not a single ticket in my life so far!), I always feel anxious before entering the highway, so I always take a moment to use this inhaler before I start the car. Keep the “While Driving” inhaler in your car and use it whenever anxiety kicks in. Do not use the inhaler while driving. Please park first!