Here is a collection of diffuser blends for you to enjoy as well as some FAQs on the topic. (I will be adding content to this collection often, so be sure to keep checking back!)
Are Essential Oils Safe?
Essential oils are highly concentrated, meaning you only need to use a very small amount to experience results. Essential oils must be used with care and labels must be read carefully so that guidelines are always closely followed. The only brand I use and trust is doTERRA Essential Oils. These are the most pure, high vibe, pristine oils that I have ever encountered and trust them with my whole heart. They have all been through rigorous testing to earn their Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade label, CPTG for short. If you are interested in learning how to get these oils into your home, please use the contact me form to get in touch or email me at nicholemiller@gypsyvibetribe. I can teach not only teach you the safety tips of using the oils, but I can also show you how to get 25% off the oils!
Are essential oils safe to inhale?
Yes, most essential oils are safe to inhale or diffuse. Again, please be sure to be using oils that are labeled CPTG (Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade) Depending on the diffuser you have, you should only need about 4-6 drops.
Are Essential Oil Diffusers Safe And What Do They Do?
- Essential oil diffusers are used to vaporize oils. Diffusers permeate an ultra-fine, yet substantial mist output into the air, releasing the aromatic and therapeutic benefits of CPTG essential oils.
- Overall inhalation is considered a very safe method of using oils that poses a low level of risk.
- Do not diffuse oils around newborns, babies, young children, pregnant or nursing women, or pets unless you are sure they are safe.
- If for any reason a particular oil triggers an unwanted response, stop diffusing the essential oil. May oils are benefical to support your respiratory systems, such as Peppermint, Breathe, Eucalyptus, Purify, along with others.
- Fill up the diffuser with a appropriate amount of water and read the directions carefully. You may want to purchase a diffuser that has an automatic timer, so you can customize your experience based on your needs. Some diffusers have an automatic shut-off when it runs out of water, which is a great feature to look for when purchasing one.
- Keep all essential oils away from flames (candles, gas, etc.) as they can be flammable.
- Make sure your home/room has good ventilation. Never lock a pet in a room with a running diffuser without having the option for the pet to leave the room.
- Don’t add carrier oils to your diffuser, which might cause it to break. Periodically clean your diffuser as directed help it to work effectively and to prevent mold or bacteria from accumulating.
- Do not use essential oils in a humidifier, since these are not made for essential oil use like diffusers are.
- If you have any concerns about specific oils worsening symptoms you’re experiencing, then ask your healthcare provider about their opinion.
Here is a guide to help you pick out the perfect diffuser for you. I like to have multiple diffusers in my home. I have one in the living room, bathroom, and on the night-stands of each bedroom, along with my office.