Aromatherapy Patch - Q-Easy - Pack of 12
Q-easy - Helps calm and settle uneasiness
Ingredients: Sweet orange, Ginger, Cardamom, Spearmint, Spike Lavender.
Indications and uses:
Digestion, general digestive upsets-tonic
Fresh, pungent, slightly citrus
Q-Easy combines the oils documented by clinical research for helping with the symptoms of nausea, and indigestion. Many of my clients using this blend in clinical settings are reporting great success with their patients (see below). Best used as an inhalant rather than topical application. When used for nausea, it's important to be able to remove the aroma if and when needed. Other uses include indigestion and uplifting the spirits, with its fresh aroma.
Why choose “blends” over single oil patches?
As an Aromatherapist, we blend oils to create a “synergistic effect” for a desired outcome. Blends also offer improved aroma over many singe note oils.
When using Aromatherapy in Healthcare settings, we do not want to create a “smell memory” associated with their medical situation. This is especially true with nausea. When commonly found aroma’s like ginger or peppermint are used for instance for nausea – an “aroma print” will be created, and common aroma’s like ginger and peppermint may trigger unwelcome memories associated with that aroma.
Aromatherapy Patches from Jodi Baglien combine patented technology with 100% pure essential oils, professionally formulated and blended to deliver consistent aroma for up to 8 hours. Simply stick on and go!
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Customer comment: I just had a procedure at a hospital and was offered one of your aromatherapy patches. I used one and am very pleased that this is the first time I've ever had a procedure involving anesthesia that I was not vomiting when I awoke. I credit that to your product, so thank you! Kathryn M. Stillwater MN
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