5 Essential Oils Good To Have In Your Backpack – Zongle Therapeutics

5 Essential Oils Good To Have In Your Backpack

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Holidays are approaching and many of us plan to visit our friends and family to create Christmas and New Year memories together. Be it a festive celebration, that you are travelling for or a road trip with friends, some essentials are good to have in your backpack. Our essentials are our USDA Certified Organic Essential & Carrier oils. Let’s see which EOs to pack and how can they be helpful in your trip! 

*Lavender EO - May help ease jet lag or travel borne anxiety. Just rub a drop or 2 on temples to promote feelings of relaxation 

*Peppermint EO - Famous for its ability to give you a wake-up call, can be useful if you’re really tired after putting up all the decoration and preparing delicious meals. Just inhale a few drops and get the energy boost you need to get onto your feet 

*Wild Orange EO - Just dilute a few drops in carrier oil and water and make a travel friendly spray bottle. Not all smells are home like, and therefore, in case you’re feeling a bit down just spray a few notes and you’ll feel like home all energetic 

*Tea Tree EO - Being famous for its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties it can be used as a natural sanitizer. Not only that but can also be used as an insect repellant and a strong one to help ward off strange bites 

*Ginger EO - Motion sickness is something that is way too disturbing during the trip and ginger essential oil can help prevent it. Just dilute a drop in 4 Oz water and gulp 

5 Essential Oils Good To Have In Your Backpack

Can't get too many bottles in your backpack? Try our magical roller blend for travelling: 

  • 5 drops of Peppermint Essential Oil 
  • 3 drops of Lavender Essential Oil 
  • 2 drops of Ginger Essential Oil 
  • And fill the rest with the carrier oil of your choice! 

NOTE: Direct application of Essential oils to the skin can cause sensitivity. Always use a carrier oil like Fractionated Coconut oil to dilute to avoid skin sensitivity. 

So don't forget to pack this in for your next travel to help avoid any moments of motion sickness from spoiling your trip.  

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