Nebulizer for Diffusing Essential Oils and Aromatherapy
1.Humidify: humidifies the air in the room during summer and winter, refresh the quality of air we breathe, adjusts the temperature in the room.
2.Beauty: refreshes skin and can be taken as a skin care, keeps skin healthy and moist.
3.Purify: neutralizes static, reduce infection of skin.
4.Relief: aromatherapy, relieve strain and ease stress
5.Decoration: warms atmosphere in the room by adding perfume or essential oil in the atomizer
Beauty salon, SPA, Yoga, Bedroom, living room, conference room, office, reception center, corridor, pet room, toilet, baby room, hotel, hospital or any other private/public places.
1 x Ultrasonic Home Aroma Humidifier Air Diffuser
1 x Charger adapter
1 x Box
1 x Instructions
Please add water below the Max line.
Please clean it once a week.
Oil is not included in the package.
There is a powerful connection between Aromatherapy and Feng Shui as both disciplines work on an energy level to create a positive shift in one’s well-being. For Feng Shui purposes, we use the way of diffusing essential oils into the air to achieve the desired quality of energy. This can be done in several ways:
1. You can use an aroma mist to easily spray essential oils into the air. An aroma mist is basically a blend of one or several pure essential oils in purified water.
2. A diffuser/nebulizer, electric or candle, is an easy and constant way to diffuse the pleasant aroma of essential oils into the air.
3. Aromatherapy candles are an easy and convenient way to add an aroma to the air, just be sure that the oils used in your candle are pure oils and not synthetic fragrances. You can also experiment with incense made with essential oils, even though this is the least preferred way to experience the healing power of oils because most incense on the market is made with artificial fragrances.
The Benefits of Aromatherapy
In Feng Shui, aromas and scents also have a powerful effect on the flow of chi, or energy, in your home or office. Positive scents not only raise the chi, but also can relate directly to specific emotions. For example, the scent of lavender can relax you, the scent of jasmine can put you in a romantic mood, the scent of juniper will cleanse you, the scent of clary sage will make you feel secure, and the scent of grapefruit stimulates your memory.
Here is a description of some of the more common scents involved in making Feng Shui changes, and the most benificial places to use them in your home or office.
Front Door — Vanilla for well-being.
Living Room — Cinnamon for harmony and intellectual conversation, lavender for relaxation, basil for cheer.
Kitchen — Citrus (orange, lemon, lime) for cleansing, stimulating your mind, and improving your mood.
Dining Room — Mint to cleanse your palate, encourage appetite, and reduce your stress level.
Bathroom — Clove, cedar, and sandalwood to stimulate and balance the overabundance of water in this room and make it feel balanced.
Master Bedroom — Lavender for relaxation and sleep, rose, gardenia, ylang ylang, musk, and jasmine for love and romance.
Children’s Rooms — Lavender for relaxation and vanilla to encourage family harmony.
Office — Citrus to clear your mind and concentrate, peppermint to stimulate prosperity, rosemary for memory, geranium for self-esteem, bergamot for wealth, eucalyptus when you need to stay up late and finish a project.
Workout Room — Strawberry to encourage exercise and movement.
Whole House — Sage as part of a cleansing ritual to clear stale air.