Tuesday, December 18, 2018

How Do You Do Essential Oils

We have been using essentials oils for over a year now. Truthfully, it took a while before I decided to join the essential oil bandwagon. It was too expensive for our budget even if I know that the benefits will far exceed the cost of one bottle of essential oil. My sister introduced me to Eden's Garden (not an affiliate). Edens garden is not an MLM company (Multi-Level Marketing), I found their essential oils to be affordable (which is of course very necessary) and as soon as I tried a couple of oils, I am hooked.

Essential oils had been used since ancient times, not just on aromatherapy but also as massage therapy and to treat certain conditions such as anxiety and stress. According to Health Line, Essential Oils are...

"Essential oils are compounds extracted from plants. The oils capture the plant's scent and flavor also called its "essence." Unique aromatic compounds give each essential oil its characteristic essence. Essential oils are obtained through distillation (via steam and/or water) or mechanical methods, such as cold pressing. Once the aromatic chemicals have been extracted, they are combined with a carrier oil to create a product that's ready for use" (Healthline, para.1).




You can use essential oils through aromatherapy but it can also be used on the skin when it is properly diluted with a carrier oil. Some popular carrier oils are coconut oil, almond oil, jojoba oil, grapeseed oil, and avocado oil. To learn more about proper dilution, you can read HERE. Also, please remember that dilution is different for kids. Please do your research first. Some essential oils are not safe for animals as well. But do not be intimidated, the benefits are amazing.

I don't run out of essential oils in our house and some of my basics are eucalyptus, peppermint, lavender, lemon, and rosemary. I have a couple of diffusers (one in our living room and in our bedroom). I also love the synergy blends that Edens Garden sell, like their stress relief, sniffles and sneezes (safe for kids), and fighting five.  I also use lava bracelets and roll-on blends. Mainly, we diffuse at home. When the kids get home from school (especially in winter time when they are vulnerable to sickness), when the girls and I are studying (use peppermint), or when the house needs a fresh smelling aroma.

I came across MONQ. Life-changing.

I mentioned that I have a lava beads bracelet and roll-on blends. I always wanted to diffuse on the go!

What exactly is MONQ?



Eric Fishman, MD is the founder of MONQ with a mission to change the world through the modern way combined with proven and effective ancient way. What's on the name? MONQ stands for “Modifying One’s Natural Qualia”.

I know you have more questions than when you first started reading this post. What is Qualia? Truthfully, I read what Qualia is all bout more than twice. I do understand that it is a mental state. Qualia is the internal and subjective component of sense perceptions, arising from our own stimulation and perception.

MONQ R is a rechargeable portable essential diffuser. Portable essential diffuser... amazing right?


What's in a box?

 A cute and stylish case that fits small purse or our pocket.

A USB charger

Rechargeable diffuser battery

3 blend pods

How does it work?

With the stylish and colorful flip case, you can switch out or replace blends using one device. Simply breathe through the end with the Blend POD and you can also recharge through the MONQ FlipCase. A fully charged diffuser battery will last a week.



Slide the rechargeable diffuser battery in the charging slot and your other two Blend PODs in the storage slots. Keep it charged through a USB compatible source so you’re always ready for a therapeutic breath.


MONQ offers different POD refill blends such as Zen, Ocean, Relieve, Sleepy, and Focus blends.


So far, I am loving mine and I can not wait until I get to order other blends. MONQ offers gift sets, as well as mystery subscriptions.

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References:

Eden's Garden

MONQ website

Healthline



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