Travel, Patch Please!

November 20, 2018

It’s official, you are halfway through your longest flight and that much closer to your destination.  Why is it at this point, we always become restless, there is not enough space to stretch, and can we seriously not get some more fresh air in here?

 These are common struggles that are very real amongst a large number of travelers.  An innovative solution has been provided by Wyndmere.  Wyndmere provides 100% pure essential oils that are used for therapeutic purposes and they are devoted to bringing high quality oils at a reasonable price.

 Aromatherapy Inhalation Patches can ease that unnecessary anxiety developed during traveling.  With every breath let the gift of calmness into your body. There are several situations that the Aromatherapy Inhalation Patches have been proven useful:

  • Hospitals and patient care settings nationwide
  • Aid in the comfort of individuals who are experiencing anxiety, restlessness, or nausea
  • Ideal for personal spaces and traveling in contained environments with limited air circulation

 The Aromatherapy Inhalation Patches are simple to use and provide up to six hours of relief with a patented time release delivery system.  The hypoallergenic hydrogel adhesive provides a barrier between the essential oils and the skin.  The patches are clean and easy to remove with no sticky residue.

 Avoid the unnecessary anxiety on your next trip.  Visit for your Aromatherapy Inhalation Patches, with several different essential oils available!  

Oh darlings, adventure ahead!  

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