Diffusing Essential Oils Why, what, where, how

First, essential oils

Essential oils are the pure, liquid form of scent (and flavour) from plants. The liquid is obtained via steam distillation, and is made up of extremely small, light molecules that are easily detected by our sense of smell, and readily recognized and used by the body.

Essential oils are used for both physical benefits, and emotional benefits.
Diffusing is one of the easiest ways to enjoy the profound health benefits that essential oils offer.
Because they are highly concentrated, you only need a drop or two to produce a very powerful effect.
Essential oils are not all created equal.

Researchers have found that more than 80% of essential oils on the market today are adulterated. That means that consumers making what they think is a healthy choice may actually be unknowingly exposing themselves to the very toxins they are trying to avoid. It's important to buy from a reputable company, and to have an experienced and knowledgeable mentor to help you as you start using essential oils.

dōTERRA is the most trusted supplier of essential oils in the world, because they test every batch of every oil against a strict standard that far exceeds industry norms. With dōTERRA's Certified Pure, Tested Grade essential oils, you are making a safe and healthy choice.

The website sourcetoyou.com offers visibility into dōTERRA's sourcing and quality assurance practices.

Now, diffusers!

Ultrasonic diffusers use a small ceramic disc that vibrates at a speed higher than the speed of sound. The vibration mixes the essential oil and the water together, and a small fan in the diffuser disperses a fine mist of microscopic particles.

A diffuser cleanses the air in two ways: it disperses essential oils--which neutralize odours and kill airborne pathogens--and it also produces negative ions. Negative ions bind to dust particles, weighing them down so they fall out of the air. Negative ions also neutralize harmful positive ions produced by modern devices and pollution.

Negative ions help us feel refreshed, happier and calmer... much like standing near a waterfall, which also fills the air with negative ions.
Combining essential oils with ultrasonic diffusion offers many health benefits, and enhances your life in so many ways.
  • Improve concentration, alertness, and mental clarity.
  • Banish bad moods!
  • Dispel unwanted odors and replace them with pure, pleasant aromas
  • Protect yourself from airborne pathogens.
  • Create an atmosphere of peace and harmony in your home.
  • Add a beautiful accent to your home

Beautify your home

Choose a diffuser that complements your decor and enjoy all the benefits of beautiful design combined with beautiful aroma.

Diffusing Lavender creates a relaxing atmosphere and may also calm sensitivities to airborne allergens. Diffusing essential oils such as Peppermint or Rosemary helps energize and focus the mind.

There is an essential oil for every mood, every need, every day.

How to get started

I'm Cynthia, and essential oils are my passion. I've been using dōTERRA essential oils for over a decade for myself, my family and my animals, and helping thousands of people like you navigate the wonderful world of natural health and essential oils.

I'd be honoured to be your guide if you're ready to get started. With your oils, you get all of my experience and resources.

Text 613-277-6629 to set up a free 30 minute phone or video conference consultation. It's that easy.

Ready for your next adventure?

(Pssst! You can save 25% or more by setting up a wholesale account.)

Beautiful Diffusers!

We love the beautiful diffusers offered by our partner PengWing. You can shop their site by clicking the button below. If you want to save 25% there as well, ask me how!

A few of the beautiful diffusers at PengWing.


Created with an image by Randy Fath - "Dundee Falls"

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