Ul­tra­sonic aro­mather­apy dif­fuser

Good Health (Australia) - - Be Inspired -

Com­pared to old-fash­ioned tea light burn­ers, ul­tra­sonic dif­fusers use a cold vi­bra­tion tech­nol­ogy. “This pre­serves the in­tegrity and po­tency of es­sen­tial oils, be­cause they don’t need to be heated to re­lease their scent,” says health coach Joanne Mus­grave. Some good es­sen­tial oils to add to an at-home aro­mather­apy kit in­clude laven­der for stress and in­som­nia; lemon to boost en­ergy lev­els; oregano to com­bat colds and flus; and frank­in­cense, a spir­i­tu­ally up­lift­ing oil to dif­fuse while med­i­tat­ing.

Aro­mather­apy has plenty of ben­e­fits – among oth­ers, it has been shown to re­duce nau­sea, stress, fa­tigue, headaches and mus­cu­lar aches.

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