Inhaling is essential to life. As adults or older children, we need to breathe in about 12 to 20 times in a minute. Since we have to breathe, many people use this method to take in Essential Oils.
Essential Oils improve our health and general well-being. Inhalation is a great way to take in Essential Oils with Scancare Diagnostics LTD.
To inhale Essential Oils, you need a diffuser. In consequent articles, I will talk about other types of diffusers and the different ways to inhale them. Let’s focus on evaporative diffusers as well as its advantages and disadvantages.
This kind of diffuser works by taking in the room-temperature air through a filter or a pad that is filled with the oil. This way the air vaporizes and disperses the oil particles into the room.
Here are some examples of evaporative diffusers
- Clay Diffusers
- Reed Diffusers
- Diffuser Necklaces
- There are also tissue paper and towels that serve as evaporative diffusers too.
All of these diffusers have their peculiarities. Here are some of the reasons why you should opt for evaporative diffusers.
Evaporative diffusers don’t require electricity. They are usually quite portable and convenient. This way you don’t require a specific place to put your diffuser.
They don’t need a carrier oil or water to serve as a base. This way you can be sure that you will breathe in pure air from Essential Oil and nothing else.
They are very easy to use. You only need to put a few drops of the oil in the diffuser (or wherever you need to pour it depending on the design). It’s that simple!
Evaporative diffusers don’t need heat to disperse the oil which is quite good. This is because the therapeutic properties and chemical composition of Essential Oils wouldn’t be affected.