The ultimate way of reeking benefits of essential oil aromatherapy is by using a nebulizing diffuser such as the ones sent for this review from Organic Aromas. The reason it is great for this purpose is because it releases pure microdroplets of essential oil into the air unlike some other types of diffusers that dilute the potency with water (ultrasonic), through heat or utilizing a fan (evaporative). Instead, this type is the most potent way to inhale healing aromatherapy vapors.
**Disclaimer: This post has been compensated. Opinions are solely mine. **
I had never tried a nebulizing diffuser before. The closet thing of releasing vapors in the air that I used was a vaporizer to help relieve congestion. Therefore, I was more than intrigued to test one out.
Though Organic Aromas has a lot of models, I narrowed in on the hand-carved diffusers that were also decorative as well for being functional. I thought the Dragon diffuser was quite artistic in its detailing and the ideal size for the location that I wanted to place it in. Besides that, it also has a padded bottom so the diffuser won’t scratch your furniture or slip as it operates, which is a nice feature.
Inside the box, you get a glass reservoir, power socket, base, cleaning pipettes, glass eye dropper, pump test device, a small bottle of their Signature Blend pure essential oil, and the tip for the top of the reservoir with their diffused essential oil exit point. I also received three full sizes of certified organic essential oils with a bottle of rosemary, ylang ylang and eucalyptus.
After I removed the base from its velvet case, I took the reservoir and fastened it in place in the bottom of the dragon base. Don’t twist as you attach it in a circular motion because you can cause damage to the unit. This does stick in easily, but I just wanted to keep you aware of what not do.
Next, you drop in about 20 or 25 drops of your favorite essential oil and no more before attaching the diffuser exit point at the top of the filled reservoir. In the base, there is a hole to plug in the power supply plug.
Then all that I did was to turn the switch at the bottom of the base on, turning from left to right. Just by how far you turn is how to control a low release to a high release of the vapor.
This Organic Aromas nebulizing diffuser works two minutes on and one minute off automatically shutting off after 120 minutes. The LED light does remain lit, but it won’t bother you or waste much energy. Instead, the amount of light seems to add a charming effect that enhances atmosphere and mood and overall sense of well being breathing in the aromatherapy vapors.
The Signature Blend was the first essential oil that I experimented with. The reason I reached for this one first was because it captivated me, the way its bewitching scent had perfumed the box. I would label this a fruity-floral blend with its elemi, clary sage, cajeput, chamomile, and bergamot essential oils.
The first one that I selected was the Buddha, which is a beautiful piece to display. Unfortunately, you can’t order this one until it gets restocked. The peaceful face of this hand-carved nebulizing diffuser is just striking.
If you were like me and never tried a nebulizing diffuser from Organic Aromas for aromatherapy, you really should think about ordering one. The hard-carved diffusers are more expensive, but they are gorgeous art that can also dress up the area you chose. The Dragon and Budda diffusers sell for $185. The other nebulizing diffusers retail at the company’s website from $98 and up. Check them out!