Haze Vaporizer For Aromatherapy
What is Aromatherapy?
Aromatherapy, also referred to as Essential Oil therapy, can be defined as the art and science of utilizing naturally extracted aromatic essences from plants to balance, harmonize and promote the health of body, mind and spirit. It seeks to unify physiological, psychological and spiritual processes to enhance an individual’s innate healing process.
It is a natural, non-invasive modality designed to affect the whole person not just the symptom or disease and to assist the body’s natural ability to balance, regulate, heal and maintain itself by the correct use of essential oils.” Jade Shutes
Aromatherapy is a type of alternative medicine that uses essential oils and other aromatic plant compounds which are aimed at improving a person’s health or mood. Many consider this type of treatment as unscientific and wishful thinking – however, scientific evidence of its effectiveness is growing. This study acknowledged that aromatherapy makes you feel good although there was no evidence that it makes you well. The essential oils used in aromatherapy have a different composition compared to other herbal products because the distillation used in aromatherapy recovers the lighter phytomolecules.
Aromatherapy is a widely used term for a range of traditional therapies that use essential oils. These may include massaging oils, or any topical application that uses pure, essential oils – the essential oils are either absorbed through the skin or inhaled. We are not completely sure what the source of the benefit is – the massage, the smell or both.
The theory behind aromatherapy
It is believed that the inhalation of essential oils stimulates the part of the brain connected to smell – the olfactory system; a signal is sent to the limbic system of the brain that controls emotions and retrieves learned memories. This causes chemicals to be released which make the person feel relaxed, calm, or even stimulated. If the aromatherapy includes massage the effect is to further relax the person.
The essential oils are said to have a direct pharmacological effect. Preliminary clinical studies have revealed positive results.
Essential oils, phytoncides and other natural volatile organic compounds (VOCs) work differently. When targeting our sense of smell they activate the limbic system and emotional centers of the brain. When applied topically (onto the skin) they activate thermal receptors and destroy microbes and fungi. Internal application may stimulate the immune system (generally in prescribed form).
Aromatherapy and herbal vaporizers
Essential oil diffusers and herbal vaporizers have been widely overlooked in terms of their impact on relaxation and a sense of well being as an alternative to smoking. Modern pharmacology and Western medicine seems to rely on pills as a first option for many issues that may very well have a whole list of holistic answers that can be much gentler on the body.
Because of its location, the nose has the quickest route to the blood-brain barrier, making the sense of smell extremely powerful and capable relieving tension through the calming effect of aromatherapy. Humans can distinguish roughly 10,000 different smells! Most of these smells are dormant, but many can have a huge impact on the mind as well as the body. In order for you to perceive a smell, tiny pieces (molecules) from that particular object will actually enter your nose and make contact with the neurons at the top of the nasal passage, sending the sensation to your brain. It’s no wonder that pleasant smells can make us feel good, harsh odors can make us feel sick, and some smells make us sneeze! Different smells stimulate different parts of the brain. Mood, emotion, learning and memory can all be triggered by different aromas. By activating certain reactions in the brain, Aromatherapy can affect physical results, and can bring about a desirable effect.
Many Herbal Vaporizer models can be used as an oil diffuser and will release the active ingredient of essential oils and help soothe the body as well as the mind, promoting a state of relaxation. Aromatherapy is physically non-invasive (you should always check with your physician about possible interactions with any medication you’ve been prescribed), convenient, and easy to use. You can vaporize essential oils in the comfort of your own home and turn your personal space into a sanctuary of calm and relaxation.
How does Haze Vaporizer work in Aromatherapy?
Haze Vaporizer is designed to work with all oil extracts and herbal plant material to effectively isolate the active ingredient to be successfully inhaled, by-passing the harmful side products of combustion. The Haze technology allows optimum temperature settings for most common aromatherapy ingredients reached and extracted from the material and inhaled in the healthiest way available.
Which type of treatements commonly use the Haze Vaporizer?
The most common usage of the Haze Vaporizer is in pain management for cancer patients, respiratory treatment of various lung related symptoms and as an overall relaxation aid for stress related psycological disorders. Haze Technologies work closely with several medical facilities nationwide, in the research and development of new methods for aromatherapy for pain management, using the natural plant extracts that are available worldwide. Some of these studies are published in the medical journals under “Aromatherapy and Oil Extracts”.
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