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5 Commonly Vaporized Plants in the Da Vinci Vaporizer

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Aromatherapy is an effective way to influence the environment around you unobtrusively; a personal vaporizer allows you to enhance your mood in any situation. Naturally, the best results are obtained with the best vaporizer. 

Essential oils have been use to enhance and heal for thousands of years; the properties of many essential oils have been discovered, tested and used safely. Today there are a wide variety of aromatherapy oils available; choosing one for use in your aromatherapy device depends on the mood you are attempting to create or enhance. Below are a list of 5 commonly used aromatherapy oils, selected for the variety of their effects. Remember, not all essential oils evaporate at the same temperature, so the best vaporizer is one that has a variable temperature control.



1. Lavender


Calming and soothing, lavender is one of the best aromatherapy oils for your personal aromatherapy device. The gentle scent of flowers is soothing and safe for all ages; lavender is useful as an anti-depressant and helps induce a sound, peaceful sleep.



2. Eucalyptus


This aromatherapy oil is cleansing in nature, making it great for use in enclosed spaces, especially during cold and flu season. Although most commonly used to ease congested breathing, it is beneficial for headache as well. The woodsy aroma has overtones of camphor.



3. Peppermint


Energizing and invigorating, peppermint is the aromatherapy oil to use to combat morning sluggishness as well as to revitalize afternoon slumps. Peppermint can help increase mental focus, making it great for use in an aromatherapy device in the office. It has also been reported to induce a sense of satiety in dieters.



4. Bergamot


Bergamot is a versatile aromatherapy oil, booth soothing and revitalizing. It has a spicy citrus scent. It is helpful for reducing anxiety and depression without the sleep inducing qualities of lavender.



5. Ylang Ylang


Grounding and relaxing, Ylang-Ylang is perfect for quiet or intimate evening activities. Said to balance male-female energies, it increases low energy level, but acts to calm nervousness or anxiety.