Essential Oil Wristbands
Mosquitno wristbands are made of silicone and infused with essential oils. Our bracelets are all natural and non-toxic.
120 hours of citronella scent
This essential oil bracelet features soothing and stimulating citronella. Enjoy the natural power of citronella while spending time outdoors. The citronella wristband is packed in a resealable package to enjoy 120 hours of citronella scent. Whether you love gardening, hiking, hunting, golfing, fishing, canoeing, BBQing, playing in the park, taking walks or just sitting still in nature, we’re here to help you and your family enjoy your favorite activities.
120 hours of lavender scent
This essential oil bracelet features soothing and stimulating lavender. Enjoy the natural power of lavender while relaxing. The citronella wristband is packed in a resealable package to enjoy 120 hours of lavender scent.Whether you love yoga, reading a book, relaxing, lounging, cocooning or just sitting still to meditate, we’re here to help you and your family enjoy your favorite activities.
Aromatherapy is a holistic healing treatment that uses natural plant extracts to promote health and well-being. Sometimes it’s called essential oil therapy. Aromatherapy uses aromatic essential oils medicinally to improve the health of the body, mind, and spirit. It enhances both physical and emotional health.
Aromatherapy is thought of as both an art and a science. Recently, aromatherapy has gained more recognition in the fields of science and medicine.
How long has aromatherapy been around?
Humans have used aromatherapy for thousands of years. Ancient cultures in China, India, Egypt, and elsewhere incorporated aromatic plant components in resins, balms, and oils. These natural substances were used for medical and religious purposes. They were known to have both physical and psychological benefits.
Essential oils distillation is attributed to the Persians in the 10th century, though the practice may have been in use for a long time prior to this. Information about essential oil distillation was published in the 16th century in Germany. French physicians in the 19th century recognized the potential of essential oils in treating disease.
Medical doctors became more established in the 19th century and focused on using chemical drugs. However, the French and German doctors still recognized the role of natural botanicals in treating illness.
The term “aromatherapy” was coined by a French perfumer and chemist René-Maurice Gattefossé in a book he wrote on the topic that was published in 1937. He had previously discovered the healing potential of lavender in treating burns. The book discusses the use of essential oils in treating medical conditions.