Friday’s Fab Find: Monq Aromatherapy Inhaler

monq aromatherapy inhaler

The other day I was checking out the items in a thrift store on 23rd Street. I was suddenly overwhelmed with a sense of anxiety and fear. There seemed to be no reason for this. Was I having a panic attack? Then I realized a woman standing next to me was wearing Taboo perfume which is what my mother Jo wore.

Scent can have a powerful effect on your mood and emotions. Even companies are looking into how aromatherapy can improve the workplace. And now there is a quick easy inexpensive way to improve your mood conveniently any time anywhere!  Presenting Monq Aromatherapy Inhaler.  Click here for more information.

Monq Aromatherapy Inhaler

Monq aromatherapy inhaler releases a puff of scent (you don’t have to put the device in your mouth) as you inhale through your mouth and exhale through your nose.  The oils are created Starting with non-gmo organically grown and/or sustainably harvested wildcrafted plants (from the United States when possible and from elsewhere in the world when required), the plant material is processed in the United States into essential oils and whole plant extracts

Monq aromatherapy inhaler comes in 7 different custom blends; Zen, Vibrant, Sleepy, Active, Healthy, Happy and Sexy. Each portable inhaler contains roughly 150 puffs and should last 1 to 2 weeks depending on how often they are used. You can even buy a necklace that will hold the device so it’s right at your fingertips whenever you want!

Monq is not for everyone.  However, people under 18 should not use MONQ. Neither should pregnant nor nursing women. While not illegal for those under 18, MONQ does not want to encourage the familiar ‘hand to mouth’ habit in impressionable children. Some essential oils are uterine stimulants, and should be avoided by pregnant women.

Ready to try Monq Aromatherapy Inhaler? Some lucky reader will win a Zen inhaler blended from orange, frankincense and ylang-ylang. Leave a comment below and be sure to “Like” Monq facebook page and you could win!

  • Lynn

    I would like to read this article but the whole page keeps getting filled with adverts that won’t close.

  • Noelle

    I agree. I’m am a fan of yours but I’ve started to notice I’m not a regular visit anymore as the ads and links are too annoying and intrusive.

    • This is good to know as they pop up on their own. Are you noticing it on the mobile view or desktop. I have some pop ups but I have programmed them to pop up pretty infrequently. However, mobile ads do their own thing. Let me see what I can do.

  • naturegirl321

    There are lots of adverts on the mobile version. Both third party ads as well as ads from this site. The fab find looks good. Hope someone won.