Personal Diffuser - The Absolute Must-Have Item for Emotional Support

Written on 04/12/2022
Laura Stainer


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Studies have shown that inhalations of calming essential oils such as lavender, rose, bergamot, grapefruit, and more, affect our stress response system (the Hypothalamus-Pituitary- Adrenal Axis or HPA-Axis) by reducing cortisol levels and increasing calming neurotransmitters. Cortisol is getting a lot of attention lately (or is it just my Instagram feed?) and people are, more than ever,  looking for ways to reduce the effects of stress on the body and mind. I have first-hand experience using direct inhalation to cope with anxiety and can attest to it's effectiveness. It was after I had such amazing results with ylang-ylang that I decided to become a business (hence the use of the flower in my logo) with my primary focus on getting a portable and convenient way to use aromatherapy anywhere, anytime. 

Introducing - The Personal Diffuser 



This handy little gem contains a glass insert with a wick that absorbs 10-20 drops of pure, undiluted essential oil(s) for direct inhalation.  During your Consultation, we discuss the way anxiety or stress "shows up" for you in both your mind and body.  Then, I will select the most suitable oils for you based on research, anecdotal evidence, chemistry, plant morphology, intuition, or a combination of all these methods to create your Bespoke Blend.

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Your Personal Diffuser will become part of your mindfulness practice, daily routine, or bedtime ritual. The beauty of it is the complete personalization options, you can change blends easily making it a cost-effective and eco-friendly option.  I don't leave home without it and you won't want to either



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Disclaimer - This article is intended for information purposes only and does not replace medical advice or treatment.  If you are considering using aromatherapy for health purposes, it's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional, especially if you have underlying health conditions or are taking medications.

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