Nebulisers were first medical devices used to treat lung conditions - thus especially effective in essential oil aromatherapy sessions or treating respiratory issues such as breathing problems while sleeping.
In present, nebulisers are often considered the best type of machine for therapeutic use of essential oil diffusion. It uses cold air nebulising technology to break down the essential oils into micro droplets which is then dispersed into the air as a mist. These micro droplets are the optimum size for inhalation through the lungs, entering the bloodstream and allowing deep therapeutic action.
How to use
Step 1: Remove glass tip and carefully twist glass chamber out of the nebuliser base
Step 2: Use the glass funnel to pour 20 to 30 drops of essential oil into the glass chamber. Do not use fragrance oils and thick oils like Sandalwood, Myrrh and massage oils. This will damage the nebuliser.
Step 3: Insert the glass chamber by carefully twisting it into nebuliser base
Step 4: Replace glass tip over glass chamber
Step 5: Turn dial to the right to vary the strength and speed of diffusion
Once the nebuliser is switched on, the base will start a low vibration which will break down the essential oils into microscopic droplets which will then be dispersed into the atmosphere. These micro droplets are able to stay suspended in the air for longer periods of time, maximising the scenting effects and therapeutic benefits of essential oil.