Benefits of Using an Oil Diffuser
Relaxation and Sleep – One of the best uses for essential oils is their ability to help you unwind at the end of a hard day. There are several methods for getting oils into your blood stream where they work their magic, but a diffuser is easiest and last longer. Try chamomile, lavender, or clary sage.
Mood Elevating – A diffuser can be energizing. Diffused oil can inspire high spirits, set a positive atmosphere, and help you get moving on a slow morning. Try sweet orange, jasmine, rose, scotch pine, sandalwood, and vanilla.
Ward Off Illness – Using a diffuser is a way to keep cold, flu, and other illnesses at bay on three levels. Some essential oils are anti-microbial and in air vapor, the oils contact with airborne pathogens. Essential oils can be used to boost the immune system. Some diffusers double as humidifiers that help keep airways moist and healthy and less susceptible to microbes. Try tea tree, sage, rosemary, grapefruit, lemon, and thyme.
Breathe Easier – Essential oils are great for reducing inflammation and congestion in clogged airways to help you breathe more easily. If prone to allergies or other breathing disorders, try diffusing essential oils like peppermint, rosemary, lemon, or eucalyptus.
Pain Relief – Essential oils can be directly applied for pain relief. A diffuser extends their effects. It is an good way to combat persistent pain caused by headaches, sore joints, and overworked muscles. Use ginger, chamomile, lavender, eucalyptus, clary sage, rosemary, or bergamot.
Improve Cognitive Function – Super-charge your brain cells. soothing when stressed, pick-you-up when you’re feeling down or sluggish, level out your mood, and focus. Some oils are known for their powerful ability to balance hormones. With regular use, they help heal causes responsible for hampering cognitive function.
Try peppermint, eucalyptus, lemon, rosemary, or pine.
Repel Insects – Mosquitoes, houseflies, fruit flies or moths can be deterred from entering your home using clove, lemongrass, rosemary, or cedarwood.
Keeps You Cool – Try diffusing your favorite cooling minty oils to help you beat the heat. Try peppermint, eucalyptus, spearmint, or wintergreen.
Saves Money – Less doctor visits, lower electric bills, fewer cups of coffee and better productivity!
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