Essential Oil Diffuser Facts
Aromatherapy diffusers spread the love!
Using an essential oil diffuser is an easy, effective way to add a wonderful dimension of comfort, energy, and healthiness to your home.
Aromatherapy diffusers work by vaporizing essential oils and then allowing them to disperse either by natural air movement or by use of the diffuser's fan.
You can use a diffuser to create a warm, comforting environment with scents like lavender and vanilla.
Or you can cleanse the air and lift the energy with lemon or eucalyptus.
Diffusers are an excellent way to disinfect the air in sickrooms, as well as to help relieve cold and flu symptoms such as coughing, stuffiness and chest congestion.
Not to mention cheering sickies up! Click here to learn about antiviral essential oils.
My sister uses an aromatherapy diffuser at night to calm and relax her young children,
making bedtime less of a battle. (I LOVE this idea - wish I'd tried it years ago!)
Essential oil diffusers are effective, practical, safe and attractive (mostly!)
They come in several different types, each with its own advantages and disadvantages.
They're suitable for just about any room in your house, plus your office and your car.
They range in price from pennies (I once found an aroma lamp for a dollar at my grocery store!) to over $100.
Generally speaking, aromatherapy nebulizers are the
most effective type of diffuser because of the way they process essential oils.
They're also the most expensive essential oil diffusers (of course!) but well worth the investment.
It's fun and easy to make your own customized diffuser blends, especially with some
aromatherapy diffuser recipes.
You can also make your own aromatherapy reeds diffusers.
With a few ingredients and some decorative items, you can create one-of-a-kind reed diffusers that look wonderful and last for months.
Potpourris are very simple aromatherapy diffusers.
They're fun and easy to make, and they look (and smell!) so pretty in a bowl on your dresser or counter-top.
Here's a recipe for Citrus and Cinnamon Potpourri. Enjoy!
And don't forget about candles!
Making your own soy aromatherapy candles is a bit more challenging, but SO rewarding!
(I make them as holiday gifts every year.)
Click on the links below for more detailed information on each type of aromatherapy diffuser.
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Diffuser Questions... Answered!
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Do essential oils leave stains on a candle diffuser?
Q: I'm using a simple ceramic diffuser with a tea light candle. Once the water evaporates I can still find some oil stains left on the surface …
Can oil burner recipes be used for reed diffusers?
I want to try to make my own reed diffusers and have found a book that seems to be specifically for oil burners. I would like to know whether the recipes …
Can you use an e- cigarette as a diffuser?
My question is simple, can an electronic cigarette be used as a diffuser? What I want is a personal diffuser that is portable and I can easily take and …
How much essential oil to use in a warm mist vaporizer
I have a Sunbeam warm mist humidifier/vaporizer that is capable of using essential oils for aromatherapy, however the instructions are very …
Hi, I could have sworn I saw potpourri recipes on this site but I can't find them now. Can anyone help - I remember one with cardamon leaves.
The Best Ultrasonic Aroma Diffuser Ever!!
I recently bought an ultrasonic aroma diffuser with brand name "Puzhe". That is the best experience ever.
Thank you so much.
Vanilla, Lime, Coconut Home Scent
I would like my home to smell of these delicious scents - can anyone recommend?
Lemongrass Ginger Diffuser Essential Oil Recipe
Can anyone suggest the proportions to use to make a lemongrass/ginger diffuser oil? I am a rank beginner and I don't have a clue about amounts.
Aroma Room Spray Help
My aroma room sprays are smelling kind of old and moldy. I use pure essential oils and distilled water as a base.
Is it possible that my oils are just …
Essential Oil Vaporizer Recipes
Has anyone tried them before? I just bought one and love it, but I am in need of some good aromatherapy recipes. Please share!
How to Choose an Aromatherapy Diffuser
Q: Hi, just wondering if anyone can recommend a diffuser plug in?
A: I have an Aroma-Ace , which I love because you can control the …
Relaxing Citrus Chamomile Diffuser Recipe
Q: I once visited a health spa who gave me the recipe for a really calming blend of oils they were burning - I know they were bergamot, orange …
Glass deep dish aromatherapy oil burners
Q: I have a number of oil diffusers that I can't use because that glass topper that holds the oils and water are broken. Do you know where I can …
Substituting Carrier Oil with Water in Blends
I'm an aromatherapy novice but have recently fallen in love with it. I've found some great recipes for blends in a book I purchased, …
Disguising unpleasant smells
Can you suggest a blend of oils that could be used on someone's clothing to disguise the problem of incontinence and wind. The diffuser would also be …
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