Breathe Natural Clarity. FOCUS is a groundbreaking, patent-pending nootropic blend in a bottle designed to help you focus and reach flow state.
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Do not ingest or vaporize.
Not intended for topical use.
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Effective Essential Oils Blended by Experts
Cardamom has a complex therapeutic and aromatic profile. Once considered a symbol of luxury, cardamom properties make it well-suited as a nootropic, aphrodisiac, and mood enhancer. It’s also credited with boosting digestive, skin, and circulatory health and general well-being.
Rosemary is a member of the mint family, and is known to use the leaves in cooking. It’s good for a number of multiple things, both in human health and for in home health. It contains iron and potassium. it produces a impairment of speed of memory compared to control.
Spearmint, known for restorative and stimulating effects, is an inspiring herb for active minds. The menthol contained in spearmint is said to alleviate fatigue and even digestive upset.
Bergamot is a fragrant citrus fruit the size of an orange, with a yellow or green color similar to a lime, depending on ripeness. Bergamot is unique among citrus oils due to its ability to be both affecting and calming, making it ideal to help with anxious and sad feelings and thoughts. It is also purifying and cleansing for the skin while having a calming effect.
Known for its warming and stimulating feelings, the ancient Greeks used Black Pepper to aid their athletes in performance. It has also been used for it’s energizing and invigorating characteristics.
Cinnamon is one of the earliest spices used by humans, and is known to ease tension. Cinnamon’s warming properties may relax tense muscles, which is why it is commonly used to ease soreness.
Clary sage essential oil is a very beneficial ingredient that is found in many aromatherapy and other natural health products. The essential oil is derived from the clary sage plant which has a long history of being used as a medicinal herb. Clary sage essential oil offers numerous benefits. These benefits can be attributed to the oil’s anti-inflammatory, astringent, antispasmodic, antiseptic, anti-infectious, antifungal, antidepressant, and anticonvulsant properties. The oil is also a sedative and nerve tonic with warming and soothing components.
Eucalyptus is known to ease respiratory problems, and can even act as an aid to the common cold. It is also a stimulant that reduces mental fatigue, stress, and tense muscles.
Frankincense has been used for thousands of years to awaken the spirit and balance the mind. In meditation practices, it allows for deeper breaths that increase mental awareness and restoration of calmness and peace.
Ginger essential oil comes from the root of the plant in the Zingiber family and dates back to ancient Chinese folk medicine. Commonly used today for culinary purposes because of its flavor, ginger also aids in digestive health and is a great source of nausea and inflammation relief.
Holy Basil (Tulsi)
Native to India and cultivated throughout southeast Asia, holy basil, also known as tulsi, is traditionally used for a wide variety of functions, including to make Hindu prayer beads. Those who wear them are believed to be surrounded by protection.
This balsamic, woodsy essential oil is commonly used internally, aromatically, and topically to treat a variety of ailments. There are over 50 species of juniper, however, the juniper berries used to make the essential oil come from the Common Juniper plant.
The spice that embodies gatherings of family and friends, warmth, and holiday memories, nutmeg is a cherished ingredient within both culinary and aromatherapeutic repertoires. Nutmeg essential oil yields a rich, sweet, and stimulatory element to essential oil blends.
The grapefruit is actually a hybrid of a pomelo and a sweet orange. Originally known as the “forbidden fruit” of Barbados, grapefruit didn’t receive its name until around 1814. This potent extract is used to stimulate the immune system, alleviate stress and anxiety, and reduce sugar cravings.
This blend also includes:
Bergamot, Black Pepper, Caraway, Cinnamon Leaf, Clary Sage, Coffee, Eucalyptus, Frankincense, Ginger, Holy Basil (Tulsi), Juniper Berry, Litsea, Nutmeg & Red Grapefruit
Open your mind up to soak in knowledge and understanding all around you.
Experience an increased ability to concentrate and focus your mind on your everyday tasks.
Colors appear to be more vibrant and brighter than ever before.
The essential oils in FOCUS are ethically sourced from five continents.
MONQ knows you want to live your best life. We want to help. That’s why, with our Therapeutic Fragrance Bottled Blends, we’ve empowered you to choose. Choose your blend, choose your experience. Whether you prefer a desktop or passive diffuser, we’ve created options for you. We suggest our battery-operated, no water, no hassle, no mess diffuser to get you started. Or, for wearable aromatherapy anywhere®, purchase a medallion diffuser necklace.
MONQ Therapeutic Fragrance® Bottled Blends are intended for aromatic use only. We recommended selecting the aromatherapy experience that best suits you.
Our battery-operated, no water, no hassle, no mess diffusers are perfect for any small space. To use, simply remove the cap from your favorite bottled blend and gently thread the diffuser to the bottle top.
For wearable aromatherapy, add 1-2 drops of FOCUS to the felt pad and place it in the medallion.
For a traditional desktop diffuser, refer to the user manual to determine how many drops of FOCUS to add. Set the diffuser to an intermittent setting and breathe in therapeutic air®.
MONQ Therapeutic Fragrance Bottled Blends are best when used within 2 years of opening. Store in a cool, dark place.
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