- The limbic system (the center of your emotional brain) is located in close proximity to your olfactory bulb. When scent comes in through your nose, it interacts with your emotional brain before it interacts with your logical brain. This is why aromatherapy is shown to be calming in study after study.
- Everyone in the room benefits. From the tiniest to the furriest, all the living, breathing creatures in the vicinity benefit from diffusing.
- Intermittent run times on diffusers give the benefit of bursts of aroma and can keep you cool, calm, and collected (or motivated, energized, and awake... or whatever you're going for!)
What does the ionizer on the diffuser do?
One they reach our bloodstream, negative ions are believed to produce biochemical reactions that increase levels of the mood chemical serotonin, helping to alleviate depression, relieve stress, and boost our daytime energy.
Essentially, it helps purify the air and uplift moods. It’s what the rave of the Himalayan salt lamps are - because they are negative ionizers, as well.
Desert Mist Diffuser
Feather the Owl
Diffuse Time: about 3 hours
Coverage Area: <100 square feet
Continuous or interval diffusion
Blue or green light, depending on setting