Young Living diffusers have a superior technology to deliver the high quality essential oils without ruining the medicinal properties of the essential oils.
The diffusers  with water do not boil the water, and are typically on the cool or warm side. There is a metal ultrasonic plate in the bottom of the water reservoir for the diffuser which will agitate or bubble the water,  about a million times per second, which will cause the water/oil to be produced into a mist. The mist is then outputted through the hole located in the top of the diffuser from the air ventilation system.  There is no spraying or puddles produced - just a whiff, a delicate fragrance. 

One of the properties of essential oils is their volatility.

You can smell essential oils or use a diffuser's  "atomizing technology to transform essential oils into a vapor of millions of microparticles, dispersing them into the air and releasing the powerful plant constituents".   

I use my diffusers for whatever  health condition necessary, for relaxation, romantic ambiance, air purification, and to eliminate germs.

There are so many to choose from!  From water diffusers to just diffusing essential oil by itself,  for children and adults.

Here are some.


Recommended Diffusing Time

While diffusers can run continuously until it is out of oil, the greatest therapeutic benefit is received by diffusing oils for only 10 minutes out of an hour so that the olfactory system has time to recover before receiving more oils. This also helps to conserve your oils. A simple way to do this is to use a programmable timer that can automatically turn on your diffuser each hour for 10 minutes.

Oils for Air Purification

Diffusing essential oils in the home or work place is one of the best ways to purify our environment. The anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and antiseptic properties of the oils, along with the negative ions and oxygenating molecules that are released when essential oils are diffused, all help to reduce chemicals, bacteria, and metallics in the air.

Cinnamon bark, mountain savory, oregano, and Theives (a blend by Young Living Essential Oils), were all tested by Weber State University and were shown to kill 99.96% of the airborne bacteria present when diffused into the atmosphere.

The information above is from the Reference Guide for Essential Oils by Connie & Alan Higley, and from KID-Radio broadcast, March 5, 1996 with Lance Richardson & Gary Young

Negative Ions

Negative ions are produced naturally by wind and rain. They help stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system which controls rest, relaxation, digestion, and sleep. If you live in a stressful environment, or an environment full of electronic equipment (which produce positive ions), the diffusion of negatively ionizing oils can help balance the ions in the air and produce a more stress free environment.

Oils that ionize negatively when diffused include: bergamot, cedarwood, citronella, eucalyptus (citriodora), grapefruit, lavandin, lavender, lemon, lemongrass, mandarin, orange, patchouly, & sandalwood.

Positive Ions

Positive ions are produced by electronic equipment and are typically found in man-made environments. They help stimulate the sympathetic nervous system, necessary for recovering, strengthening, and energizing. If you live in an environment with an over-abundance of negative ions, such as in the country or by the ocean, you may benefit greatly by diffusing positively ionizing oils.

Oils that ionize positively when diffused into the air include: clove, cypress, eucalyptus, frankincense, helichrysum, juniper, marjoram, melaleuca (quinquenervia), pine, ravensara, rosemary, thyme, & ylang ylang.

Oils for the Season: Fall/Winter

Fall and winter connote an earthy, heavy scent, rich with the traditions and memories of the holidays.

Oils that work well during this time include: cinnamon bark, pine, cedar, cedarwood, fir, frankincense, juniper, myrrh, orange, sandalwood, vetiver, nutmeg, oregano, spruce, tangerine, & thyme.

Oils for the Season: Spring/Summer

Spring and summer connote a light, airy scent, full of life, energy, and possibly a hint of romance!

Oils that work well during this time include: cardamom, citronella, coriander, eucalyptus, geranium, ginger, grapefruit, jasmine, lemon, peppermint, rose, spearmint, & ylang ylang.

Recipe: Forest Air Freshening Blend

Mix together:

  • Spruce – 50 drops
  • Lavender – 25 drops
  • Eucalyptus – 25 drops
  • Cedarwood – 20 drops

Add blend to diffuser and diffuse for a forest fresh scent!

Just like Young Living therapeutic grade essential oils are superior to any others on the market, their diffusers are incredible as well.  While commercial diffusers heat up the oils, ruining therapeutic quality, they also  mist and make everything wet around.  

The best one to use for real therapeutic need is Therapro  Premium diffuser, and AromaLux™ Atomizing Diffuser

Home Diffuser can be used to add moisture to your air.  Make sure to use anti-mold oil to avoid getting mold in your house.  It happened to us a few years ago, when we used a humidifier.  The outer wall in my son's room, right next to his bed started getting black mold, which we did not know until I moved the bed for cleaning.

There are many other diffusers to chose from, plus a whole line of new USB diffusers and a travel diffuser for your car.

To your health!!!



  Rev. Eugeniya

Health Essentials LLC.

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