The AromaBox 6/18 Treasure Trove Tools collection is a product of time, search, fun, and function. A set that is as useful as it is beautiful and appropriate for anyone from dabbler to experienced aromatherapy practitioner.
Contained within the sea blue bag is an aluminum reusable nasal inhaler, a beautiful two tone blue roller bottle, an essential oil key, and a business card with an essential oil guideline chart on the back. Each piece can be used time and time again.
The aluminum reusable nasal inhalers are a variety of color. These colors remind me of the corals and creatures under the sea. There is a beautiful lavender that matches a giant sea fan that I search for the pygmy seahorse. They are so very tiny and easily missed so you must look closely. The light blue reminds me of the pretty little blue and white nudibranch (probably my favorite sea creature). The dark blue reminds me of the tang in a feeding frenzy. The green reminds me of the moray eel. Ask me sometime about the dive trip where I kissed the shark and I’ll surely include the eel! The black brings me to the frog fish. Have you even seen a frog fish swim? It is quite the sight! The silver bring to mind our trip for my 45th birthday. We were night diving in bonaire and I got the fright of my life for just a moment. There were two tarpons that decided to hunt with us. It is a little unsettling to be bumped from something, that came up and under you, in the dark, and is longer than you are from head to fins. We began to look forward to our nightly cohunts. The dark purple is seen in a beautiful little cuttlefish species. They aren’t purple all of the time but for mating or when feeling threatened, their skin turns a dark purple color with tan. They are only about the size of a fist. Then there is the red. You don’t see many red things when diving, or should I say, you don’t think you see many red things. When you dive, the deeper you go, the more colors you lose. First is red. Except, it isn’t actually missing. All you need is a flashlight and you can see red amongst the other glorious colors in the sea.
I’ve included two cotton wicks in AromaBox 6/18 Treasure Trove Tools to get you started. The oil goes on the wick and the wick is placed inside the glass jar. I suggest leaving it up at the top as it can be a sticky wicket (pun intended) to change that out. A pair of tweezers is your best option. We have this demonstrated on our YouTube channel.
The color gradient of the roller bottle reminds me of where the deeper seas become more shallow. Placed in the top of the bottle is a rainbow flourite roller ball. They are gems are beautiful, hand hewn, and polished. The actual color will vary. These variances are from a tan color to green to purple, and all variances in between. Some have stripes of color, some are like clouds, and others have multiple colors.
The roller tops fit very snuggly within the bottle. This is a very good thing but, boy, is it a bugger to take it out for cleaning and re-use. Because of that, I have decided to add an essential oil key or tool. The notched edges are for lifting roller ball tops or dropper inserts in a bottle. The circles, or holes, are for centering over the roller ball top and pushing them down in the bottle. Check out our YouTube channel for a little demonstration.
Because a number of our subscribers are new to aromatic usage, I’ve placed a generalized dilution guideline chart in the AromaBox 6/18 Treasure Trove Tools. I’ve used a business card so that you can even keep it in your wallet if you would like. With beauty, function, and information, you can dive right on in and start using the oils and blends you have and are getting.