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Emotional Detoxification Inhaler

Emotional Detoxification Inhaler with Essential Oils

I find it rather surprising that no one seems to talk about emotional detoxification more. Both positive and negative emotional are important and part of being human, but when we can’t manage them properly we can find ourselves in a downward spiral fast. This can have a serious impact on every aspect of our lives – especially our health!

Take an Emotional Detox Break


Taking regular emotional detox breaks will help you handle your emotions with ease and cleanse your entire system so that you can reach your full potential and enjoy the abundant life. This is how my daughter Bella and hubby like to do it. I invite you along the journey with us…

DIY Emotional Detoxification Inhaler 

Contrary to popular opinion, there are actually much fewer ways to use essential oils to detox your body compared to using essential oils to detox your emotions. EOs help calm your mind, boost your mood and help put you in a meditative, mindful state. Keep this inhaler on your on your emotional detoxification journey and start to experience the Abundant Life today!

Emotional Detoxification Inhaler
 
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Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Mix your essential oil blend in a glass bowl or jar.
  2. Cut down your organic cotton pad to the desired size to fit inside your inhaler tube.
  3. Place the cotton pad in your glass bowl to adsorb your essential oils.
  4. Use tweezers to remove cotton pad and insert into your inhaler tube.
  5. Place top section onto inhaler tube.
  6. Use during your emotional detoxing exercises - especially when you're practicing forgiveness, self-love and reciting positive affirmations.

Safety & Contraindications

Are you sure you're using essential oils safely and effectively? Are you confused by dilutions and conversions?

 Let me help take out the guesswork and download my FREE roller bottle guide HERE.

Essential Oil Roller Bottle Dilution Guide

When it comes to drug interactions and contraindications, there are literally textbooks devoted to the study of essential oil safety and, as a trained researcher and doctor, I think it’s important to note that there is virtually no research out there discussing how essential oils interact with drugs in human clinical trials. This means that essential oil safety is still a wild frontier in the science community and no one really knows (for certain) how essential oils will interact with drugs or your body.

Nonetheless, properly diluting your essential oils is fundamental to safety and effectiveness because they are highly concentrated plant compounds. To help you along your journey, I have a created an easy-to-use dilution guide that you can download for FREE to make sure that all of your topical applications are safe and effective for the entire family. 

CLICK HERE to download my free EO Roller Bottle Dilution Chart! 

As with as medicine and natural therapies, this is only a guide and be sure to discontinue use if any adverse reactions occur and consult your physician immediately.

 



This post currently has 21 comments.

  1. Cathy kindstrom
    July 7, 2017

    Key lime is a juice correct?? Is that what u use in this??

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    • Dr. Z
      July 8, 2017

      No, key lime essential oil. Or regular lime or any citrus that you can get your hands on.

      Key lime is my fav. <3

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  2. Natasha Wheel
    June 30, 2017

    Is there a substitute for neroli? Would petitgrain essential oil work for emotional detox in this recipe? Thanks!!!

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    • Dr. Z
      June 30, 2017

      No direct substitute, but petitgrain would work. It’s all about finding what works for you. 🙂

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  3. Patricia
    May 26, 2017

    Which oil can we sub for opopanax?

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    • Dr. Z
      June 4, 2017

      Hi Patricia,

      Opopanax is in the myrrh family so you can use myrrh or a couple different species of frankincense.

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  4. Rhonda
    May 24, 2017

    Is sweet myrrh same as myrrh?

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  5. Beatrix
    May 21, 2017

    Would this blend also work as a diffuser blend or as a roller ball?

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    • Customer Support
      May 25, 2017

      Yes you can use it for both. 🙂

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  6. Janette Williams
    May 13, 2017

    What is neroli?

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  7. Tina
    May 13, 2017

    I want to go off Effexor been on it quite a few years. How should I approach this ? I have change to organic food living and so ready to illuminate this medicine.

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    • Customer Support
      May 25, 2017

      My apologies, but Dr. Z is legally prohibited from giving specific advice. He has, however, created a special Facebook group that can help as we have hundreds of members that are actively engaged in sharing testimonies of how they have overcome similar illnesses as yours. You can be part of it by joining his essential oil’s club here –> http://essentialoilsclub.info.

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  8. Alicia
    April 28, 2017

    What essential oil do you recommend for an 11 month old baby with sleep problems? Wakes up at 1 am and every single hour ’till morning!

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    • Dr. Z
      April 29, 2017

      Sounds like teething to me! We’re dealing with the same thing right now with Baby Bella. ? Our go-to oils to promote a better’s night sleep are lavender, Roman chamomile and veriver.

        Reply
  9. Shonda
    March 21, 2017

    In the photo there are hanging hearts. What are these made of, and can they be used as diffusers?

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    • Dr. Z
      March 22, 2017

      They are made up of wood. They are not “diffusers,” but can be used as pendants. 🙂

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  10. T. Brown
    March 6, 2017

    Wondering about oppopanax At one of my approve of companies they have
    Opopanax Resin (Sweet Myrrh) is this similar or not. Questions about it .

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    • Dr. Z
      March 6, 2017

      Yes, opopanax resin oil is also known as sweet myrrh.

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      • Rhonda
        May 24, 2017

        Is sweet myhrr same as myhrr?

          Reply
        • Dr. Z
          May 24, 2017

          No. Sweet myrrh is also referred to as opoponax.

            Reply

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