Our sense of smell is connected to the region of the brain that controls memories, emotions and hormones. That makes the method of inhaling aromatherapy oils very powerful. Aromatherapy inhalers are a great way to utilize essential oils for various benefits and studies have shown that inhaling essential oils can help on an emotional level, as well as a physical level, plus you don't have to worry about how the oils may affect others around you. They are portable, can easily slip into a pocket or purse and come in four scents - Calming Life (for when life is getting a little stressful, Lavender, Geranium and Chamomile), Get Focused (for those times you need to snap out of sleepiness, Peppermint, Sandalwood and Rosemary), Immune Booster (Great for trips and anywhere you know you can pick up germs, Frankincense, Palmrosa, Tea Tree, Lemon and Cinnamon Leaf) and Allergy Relief (because who doesn't need relief from allergies, . To use, place the nasal inhaler near nostrils, then slowly inhale while waving inhaler stick back and forth under nostrils. Think 5-5-5 when using nasal inhaler. Count to 5 while inhaling in, count to 5 while holding breath, count to 5 while exhaling. May repeat 2-3 times as needed.