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    Essential Oil Aromatherapy Blank Nasal Inhaler Tubes, Assorted Colors, As Shown (24 Pack) Colored Plastic Vapor Inhaler Tubes w/ Wicks
    Health and Beauty (Cornucopia Brands)

    Cornucopia Brands

    List Price: $10.99
    Price: $10.99

    • ✓ASSORTED COLORS IN A SEALED BAG - Factory packed & clean.
    • ✓ AROMATHERAPY- Empty nasal inhaler sticks are perfect for adding your favorite essential oils and essential oil blends. (DISCLAIMER: Essential oils are not intended to treat or cure any disease.)
    • ✓24 COMPLETE INHALERS - 24 high quality blank nasal inhaler tubes for DIY use with essential oils (Including 24 unscented wicks, 24 inhalers, 24 covers, and 24 caps)
    • ✓TIGHT CAP - Cap secures the wick inside very securely as to preserve the oils natural properties, so you get long lasting fragrance and benefits.
    • ✓REFILLABLE - These inhalers can be used again and again, despite the cap being very snug, with a little effort the cap is removed, and more oils are added to the wick inside.

    Leegoal 12 Pack Essential Oil Aromatherapy Blank Refillable Nasal Inhaler Tubes with Wicks, Assorted Colors
    Health and Beauty (leegoal)


    List Price: $4.99
    Price: $4.99

    • Contributes to breathing treatments, allergy relief, and other common sinus troubles
    • Adding your favorite essential oils and essential oil blends, and enjoy aromatherapy on the go
    • Each empty Nasal Inhaler comes with three parts.The wick, the outer chamber, and the end cap
    • The tubes used is recycled, despite the cap being very snug, with a little effort the cap is removed, and more oils are added to the wick inside
    • Cap keep the wick inside secure as to preserve the oils natural healing properties, so you get long lasting smells

Propeller Health, GSK Expand Collaboration for COPD and Asthma Inhaler Devices

Propeller Health and GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)  will extend their collaboration in which patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease ( COPD ) and asthma use Propeller’s clip-on sensor and software platform with GSK’s Ellipta Inhaler to help them manage their illnesses.

The new extended partnership, first announced in 2015, will allow Propeller and GSK to commercialize Propeller’s digital respiratory health management system in conjunction with the Ellipta inhaler.

GSK has been developing medicines to manage COPD and asthma for the past 45 years. Propeller develops sensors, mobile apps and services that help improve the quality of life for people with chronic respiratory diseases.

Propeller’s extended collaboration with GSK follows last year’s successful CE marking in Europe and U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) class II clearance of Propeller’s sensor and software program to be used with the Ellipta Inhaler.

The sensor registers use of the inhaler. Propeller’s software platform analyzes that data and presents it to patients and clinicians through data-driven digital interfaces.


What would happen if you took to many puffs on your inhalers in one go because i have a brown one and a blue one???
i havent done it!!!

Blue inhaler: Salbutamol or Albuterol - same thing. Short acting bronchodilator. If you take more than you are supposed to, you will likely have shaky hands, your heart rate will go up, and you will probably get anxious.

Brown inhaler:

It may make you feel jittery and your heart may be beating faster than usual. These symptoms will probably go away after a short period of time. Try not to do this again and follow the dosing recommendations for each of your inhalers.

i have extremely bad asthma and there are times when i really need it and i take 1 or 2 puffs extra. but it really doesn't make a difference to me. but it might to you, depending on how bad your condition is...

Are there any asthmatics out there using the new inhalers of albuterol?

Are you using the new inhalers like proair and the new proventil. Are you feeling any relief from your asthma using these new inhalers. If so write back to me about your experience. I want to know if other asthmatics share the same ailments from these

I use Ratiopharm Salbutamol HFA (Albuterol) and that's what I've had since being diagnosed a year ago with asthma. I find that the nozzle gets white stuff on it so the spray isn't very effective after about ten puffs or so. The fix is easy. I just take

yes i am taking take along with my nebilizer at night but i have some gain weight with that new inhaler and after i take it it makes me cough of course but sometimes i wanna throw up..When i do have attack it takes more to get me back then the orginal

I'm on Pulmicort which is a turbo inhaler that helps to treat asthma. It can't be used in emergencies like albuterol, but because of it I haven't needed my albuterol in months!

I would stick with albuterol though...I think its the best