The what, how and the where

What are essential oils? 

Essential oils are obtained from plants through different methods, such as steaming or cold pressing. They are basically plant extracts! Their benefits have been known for nearly 6000 years and are meant to improve your health and/or mood.

It’s the aromatic compounds in these oils that gives them their characteristic fragrance, which you will later inhale and enjoy. 

Now, how does it even work?

Amygdala. This is (for the most part) where the magic happens! The amygdala is the part of the brain that is responsible for your emotions. So when you inhale essential oils, it goes directly from the olfactory nerves in your nose to the brain. This provides you with immediate results.  


Where does it come from?

These oils can be found in different parts of a plant, such as their leaves, flowers and their fruits. They are generally part of the plant’s immune system.

Know the essentials ingredients in the Nasentia inhalers

Each inhaler pen has their own special blend of oils derived from nature.

Energy: orange, lime, peppermint and eucalyptus

  • Orange: Uplifting yet relaxing and stress reducing effect. 
  • Lime: Stimulating and enhancing effect on mood
  • Peppermint: Very stimulating and supports focus
  • Eucalyptus: Invigorates and promotes feelings of a clear mind

 Relax: lemon, bergamot, lavender, peppermint and cedarwood

  • Lemon: Perks up your mood
  • Bergamot: Uplifting, calming and alleviates stress
  • Levander: Promotes relaxation and wellness 
  • Peppermint: Decreases anxiety, frustration and fatigue
  • Cedarwood: Relaxes body and reduces stress due to its sedative qualities

Appetite control: grapefruit, lemon, bergamot, peppermint and cinnamon

  • Grapefruit: Helps suppress an overactive appetite
  • Lemon: Perks up your mood
  • Bergamot: Contains high levels of stress reducing limonene which helps suppress appetite
  • Peppermint: Encourages the release appetite suppressing hormones, especially leptin, while suppressing the release of the hunger hormone, ghrelin
  • Cinnamon: Helps suppress an overactive appetite and may improve blood sugar levels

Relieve: geranium, juniper, wintergreen, cajuput and vetiver

  • Geranium: Has a reputation for relieving: cramps, migraines and even muscle pain
  • Juniper: Calming and grounding effect
  • Wintergreen: Uplifting with soothing properties
  • Cajuput: Anti-inflammatory, painkiller effect and helps prevent growth of diseases
  • Vetiver: Supports immune system and has calming properties