I’m not exaggerating but diffusers makes it so much easier for you use essentials oils on regular basis.
Hello people. We talked about flowers and their essential oils and aromatherapy and whatnot. I thought its time to talk about why i really went on a flowery based research.
Heat & Vapor Essential Oil Diffusers: How To Use Them
Now that we know what some of the different essential oils are used for, how do we actually use them? Essential oils have a number of different uses and purposes but for the therapeutic benefits I mentioned before, the best way to take advantage of all they have to offer is through aromatherapy. In today’s world, this is easier than ever with the production of essential oils diffusers that allow you to enjoy the benefits and pleasantries of aromatherapy in an easy and convenient way.
When it comes to diffusers, there are two main types: heat and vapor. If you’re new to the essential oil world, or just want to consider your options, it’s important to know the pros and cons of both kinds of diffusers so that you can make the right choice for you.
- Let’s look first at heat diffusers. These are often the cheaper option when it comes to diffusers. They have the added benefit of being completely silent in a room so you don’t even notice when it’s working away at your oils. All heat diffusers have one major drawback: they share the potential of fractioning the oil into its different components because of the application of heat. This means that the whole oil won’t get into the air, and since the oil becomes divided or broken down, you won’t get the same therapeutic effects of that oil, which essentially negates the purpose of diffusing the essential oil for aromatherapy.
However, they do still diffuse the oils for a pleasant smell in the room.
- Vapor diffusers, on the other hand, use no heat whatsoever. Instead, they use jets of air to pull the oils from the bottom to the top of a tube and dispels them in a fine mist or spray. This type of diffusion allows the whole oil to be dispersed into the air in the form of tiny droplets. The oil is not split at all or broken down into different constituents, meaning you get the whole benefit of the whole oil. In terms of aromatherapy benefits, this is definitely the way to go.
Vapor diffusers have one major obstacle for people: they usually cost more than heat diffusers. However, if you are wanting to enjoy the benefits of aromatherapy and spend the money on getting essential oils, you want to make sure you are using a diffuser that doesn’t harm or split those oils.
When you’re using diffusers, dilute the oil you want in some water and simply turn the diffuser on – that’s it! You can blend together different oils to create a pleasing scent.
That will be all from me, all related to flowers now. Don’t worry.
Next time I return, it’ll definitely be better. Thankyou so much reading the series.