Are you looking to find the perfect gift for someone you love? Does that someone have chronic illness that results in chronic pain and or fatigue? If so, I’ve got some great ideas for you. Each of these items is something that I’d be quite happy to be gifted for any occasion. Many of these are items I have bought myself.
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1. FibroCane Serenitea – Serenitea is an herbal tea blend that helps calm and relieve stress making it easier to sleep. I drink Serenitea before bedtime every night and it makes a big difference in how well I sleep.
2. Bottomless Bath Overflow – If taking a bath is part of your spoonie’s daily or nightly ritual then they will really love finding a Bottomless Bath Overflow in their stocking. I take a bath every night that I’m home, unless something weird happens. A warm bath helps me relax and because it’s become part of my routine it helps me tell my brain that it’s time to quiet down and relax. Because I don’t have a garden tub I always want a little more water in the tub than the overflow will allow. An overflow cover lets me make sure that I’m covered with water in the bath.
3. Dr. Teal’s Epsom Salts – Another item your bath-loving spoonie will love is Epsom salts. If you want to be really nice to them buy the scented ones. I usually just buy the unscented and add my own essential oils, because I’m too cheap to pay for the scented ones. And, yeah I realize these may be a little too big for a stocking stuffer.
4. Essential Oils – While I’m thinking of adding essential oils to the bath, that reminds me that they would make excellent stocking stuffers. I would especially enjoy a nice sent of essential oil blends like this set from Organic Aromas or even this one from Radha Beauty. Another great gift idea is a subscription box to Simply Earth.
5. Organic Aromas Diffuser – This diffuser might be a bit big for the stocking (at least if you leave it in the box it might), but it would make a great gift if not a stocking stuffer. It’s a gorgeous piece on its own but add to it then really neat LED light inside and the amazing job it does of diffusing essential oils and it’s really a perfect gift for anyone (spoonie or not).
6. PillSuite – This is a perfect stocking stuffer for your spoonie on the go, or even just a spoonie who deals with lots of pills and wants life to be a little easier and more organized. I love having personal little pillsuites with the meds I need to take.
7. Apothacary Extracts Tea Tree Oil – Speaking of essential oils, the one oil we use the most of in our house is tea tree oil. This essential oil not only smells great but it has antibiotic and antiviral components that make it great for using around the house for cleaning, air-freshening and really just about anything. We even use it in our laundry.
8. Spoon Creations – Give your Spoonie something that says “I really get you” by giving them a Spoonie creation. I specifically love the creations from Nick Lutes (a fellow spoonie). He creates these amazing figures out of spoons and has something for every personality. He also has some amazing jewelry and if you don’t see the perfect item he can probably custom-create it for you. You can find a lot of other amazing spoonie creations on Etsy.com
9. Fresh Assist Spray – If your spoonie lives with IBS then they’ll appreciate Fresh Assist. Simply spray Fresh Assist on your toilet paper before you wipe and it leaves you feeling cleaner and fresher. As much as I love my bidet I can’t take it with me, so instead I take Fresh Assist Spray.
10. OSKA – if there’s no price limit on your stocking stuffers, I highly suggest that you request an OSKA for your stocking (or just request an OSKA outside of your stocking). This thing is rather amazing, and uses the natural electrical field of your body to promote healing (and yes it really does work). If you purchase Oska Pulse using the links in this post you’ll save $55.
11. Better Water – The products from pHwatr are really amazing. The magnesium stick can be used in any water bottle to hydrogenate your water, and their filters can be used in their pitcher or other filter pitchers to create clean hydrogen-rich water. Check out my review of these products.
Need more gift ideas for people with chronic illness? Check out these lists from my fellow Chronic Illness Bloggers:
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