Essential Oils Diffuser
Difffusing is one the most popular methods used
for essential oils. It evaporates the essential oils so
that they can be dispersed or diffused into the air.
Diffuse essential oils to create mood, to kill air born
germs and viruses, treat colds and coughs, cure sleepless
nights, and for better concentration at work or in
During diffusion, only a small quantity of oil
actually reaches the body, therefore it is a relatively safe
way to treat children. It is not reccomended to diffuse
essential oils all day long as seven minutes would be
sufficient for the best results. Diffusing for a long duration
of time would cause the immune system to get used to the scent
thus reducing the effect which the essential oil has.
The Nebulizing Diffuser is the best way to
disperse essential oils into the air. The chemistry of the
essential oil does not change by heating it or exposing it
to metal or plastic materials.
The nebulizing diffuser has a small, aquarium
style pump that uses air to disperse the oil, and glass
nebulizer designed to break the particles into a fine mist
that will stay airborne for quite a long time.
The nebulizer also ionizes the the oil
particles allowing them to be more therapeutic.
Another way to diffuse
oils is to use ceramic and metal pots with
a flame underneath. These diffusers heats up the dish
or pot at the top which is filled with water. A few
droplets of essential oils is added to the pot or dish and
left there to allow it to diffuse.