Aromatherapy has been used for many types of healing and spiritual practices by people of various cultures for thousands of years, but today the process is a great deal easier due to the latest advancements in electronic vaporizers technology. The vaporizing or burning of the aromatic oils essentially takes place on either an electric, ceramic, or terracotta burner and can be safely left burning throughout the day so that your home or office is consistently flooded with the sweet smelling flavors of our favorite floral or herbal or scents. Each individual aroma provides its own positive side effects that can be really quite amazing
The Benefits of Aromatherapy
Whenever we breathe or inhale, specific molecules that are floating around within the air will automatically stimulate certain receptors located within the nose, triggering unique reactions and functions within the brain that affect our emotions, moods, and even our short-term and long-term memory. In fact, certain aromatherapies has also been proven to help reduce certain physical ailments as well, such as soothing rashes, acne flare-ups, and other skin inflammations and irritations. Some therapies even fight the negative effects mosquito and insect bites while others have been shown to fight off colds and flu and improve the immunity system. The ancient Egyptians even used Eucalyptus and peppermint oils to break up chest congestion.
The Benefits of Vaporizing
Until the recent past, many enthusiasts of aromatherapy were forced to carry a handkerchief dipped in some sort of fragrant oil, burn scented candles, or bathe their skin in scented lotions in order to achieve the almost magical benefits of aromatherapy. But candles can’t be left burning all day long, especially when we are away from the home. The aromatherapy benefits of oil soaked compresses tend to gradually wear off gradually over the course of the day and can be rather inconsistent. Vaporizers are infinitely safer and provide steady, long term benefits because we can leave them burning all day long, allowing us to enter our home after a tough day at the office with a waft of wonderful fragrance automatically.
Try these Common Herbs in your New Vaporizers
Electronic and battery-powered vaporizers are gaining in popularity at a rapid pace, especially in recent months with the legalization of medical marijuana in over 20 states of America. But the vaporizing systems are not only restricted to tobacco and cannabis products. After all, man has been reaping the benefits of herbal vapors for centuries, well before the marijuana craze. Here are some common, and legal, herbs that you can find in just about any local grocery store, along with their magical healing properties.
Pregnant women have been stuffing raspberry leaf into their vaporizers here in America since the early pioneering days of the American West. Local doctors during the early 1800’s had very limited availability to western medicines. So they would often prescribe the vaporizing of raspberry leaf to pregnant women who were suffering from nausea, morning sickness, and upset stomachs. This herb has also been known to reduce the intensity of labor pains, make the delivery of the newborn much easier, and speed up the recovery from postpartum depression. Check out our full range of fruity eliquid flavors.
This is one of the most popular fragrances that can be found in women’s perfumes still to this day, and for good reason. Lavender acts as a natural antibacterial agent to the skin while improving blood flow and relieving naturally occurring muscle spasms. As far back as the Roman Ages, the antiseptic benefits of Lavender have been so well known that this herb was a regular ingredient in the public bathhouse water and steam rooms. Vaporizing Lavender has also proven to aid in reducing the occurrence of migraine headaches, clearing away chronic depression, and even with reducing the levels of pain associated with arthritis and rheumatism.
This is one of the oldest known herbs known to man, even being found hidden deep within the Egyptian Pyramids from over 5000 years ago. The ancient Pharaohs learned very early that Peppermint helps to, improve digestion system, relax the muscles, and even reduce flatulence, bloating, and colic. The menthol ingredient contained within this wonderful plant also provides substantial antibacterial benefits while also being noted as a highly effective cure for peptic ulcers and migraine headaches. Check out our menthol eliquid flavors.
Vaporizing spearmint will give you a great many positive benefits. This herb can actually help to reduce body odor, acting as a natural form of deodorant for cooling and revitalizing the skin. Spearmint also has been shown to reduce stress, improve bronchitis, emphysema, asthma, and sinusitis, while boosting the immunity system and reducing the occurrence of fevers, flus, and even the common cold. Women who are pregnant also find that vaporizers filled with spearmint helps to reduce the onset and severity of morning sickness, flatulence, and indigestion.