Diffusing Young Living
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Therapeutic Essential Oils
Diffuser Details: Diffusing Young Living Therapeutic Essential Oils
Another way that essential oils enter the body is inhalation through the nose or mouth.
There are many ways to diffuse oils into the air, but the professionals recommend one
of the 3 Young Living Diffusers for the most beneficial therapeutic effects. These types
of diffusers ensure maximum dispersion of oil into the air and absorption within the lungs.
The first and easiest way to inhale the oils is to just inhale them. Open the bottle and take a gentle sniff. You can think of waving the aroma of a fine wine near your nose (no snorting please). A gentle waft of scent is excellent for triggering cell receptor sites to awaken your body and its proper functions.
The next easiest, and far more potent inhalation method is to put a drop of oil on your hands,
rub them together and cup your hands over your nose. The effects of the oils are strong and
To put oils in the air, we diffuse them. Simple passive diffusion includes putting a drop or
two on a cotton ball and putting it in your sock drawer. I keep a pretty bowl near my desk
with an oil soaked cotton ball so that every now and again I get a lovely whiff
The Olfactory System
The olfactory system includes all physical organs or cells relating to, or contributing to,
the sense of smell. When we inhale through the nose, airborne molecules interact with the
olfactory organs and, almost immediately, the brain.
Molecules inhaled through the nose or mouth are also carried to the lungs and interact with
the respiratory system. Thus, inhaled essential oils can affect the body through several
systems and pathways.
"Smell is a potent wizard that transports us across thousands
of miles and all the years we have lived." - Helen Keller