PLEASE NOTE: Orders received after 2 pm today (Tues 15th Jan) will be made up and dispatched Monday, Jan 21 - I've had to make an unexpected trip for family reasons - I apologise in advance for any inconvenience this may cause you. Once again, thank you for your continued support of my NZ made hand-blended TINKture products. Kindest Gillian

essential oil inhalation treatment synergies

Le'Esscience's synergies are a combination of 3 to 5 100% pure essential oils, specially selected for a specific condition or requirement. They are not diluted in a carrier oil but are neat essential oils.

Synergies can be used in several ways  - lovely steam inhalations, add to a relaxing bath, in a room vaporiser and one of my favourites, drops on a tissue which you can pop down your top (or in your pocket), you will get wafts of the synergy all day - you can also inhale it throughout the day to help relieve whatever ails you. 

Use only as directed, Many essential oils can be toxic if ingested, even in moderate doses.  Never ingest or use undiluted essential oils (neat) on the skin, for any 'therapeutic' purposes. If an oil is ingested by accident, drink fatty milk and seek advice, do not drink water nor induce vomiting. Consult your healthcare professional if symptoms persist.

All Le'Esscience products are for EXTERNAL USE only! Never ingest any Le'Esscience product,  body blends or synergies - they are to be used topically or via inhalation.  Instructions come with each product. 

It is not safe to ingest essential oils, either straight into the mouth or diluting in water or other liquids - I do not encourage in my practice in any form.  The use of inhalation & applying topically is more effective and safe, when used as directed. Never use neat, especially on babies, toddlers & children.  The only essential oils safe to use neat (for adults) are Tea Tree (melaleuca alternifolia) or Lavender (lavendula angustifolia). Essential oils should only ever be used under the strict guidelines of a qualified Aromatherapist / Aromascience Practitioner.