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Saris Ltd. is a family lavender company and business located in Northeastern Bulgaria, near the city of Dobrich, Bulgaria. We have been cultivating this wonderful plant since 1999 and we are enjoying its incredible aroma and unique properties for more than 17 years now.
Traditions emerge on the base of values shared between generations. Anyone who wants to dip
into the family traditions, visit us and see our lavender fields is more than welcome.
Tip: We would recommend you to visit us in June when you can fully enjoy the beauty of the blooming flowers.
In our search of that much-needed nowadays balance of senses, emotions, body and spirit,essential oils came naturally first in our minds, and then in reality...


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Are Essential Oil Diffusers Safe?

Given how popular essential oil diffusers have become, you’re probably wondering about the safest way to use one. Here’s what you need to know about essential oil diffuser safety:

  • Essential oil diffusers are used to vaporize oils, releasing small amounts into the air. The same safety concerns regarding inhaling essential oils also apply to using oils in a diffuser.
  • Overall inhalation is considered a very safe method of using oils that poses a low level of risk. It is very unlikely that the concentration of any essential oil will rise to dangerous levels due to vaporization.
  • Do not diffuse oils around newborns, babies, young children, pregnant or nursing women, or pets unless you are sure they are safe.
  • If you have allergies, asthma or a similar condition you may find that diffusing essential oils, which have strong fragrances, may trigger respiratory a reaction. Stop inhaling or diffusing essential oils if this is the case. Oils that can be less irritating when inhaled include peppermint, lavender, tea tree, eucalyptus and chamomile.
  • Use a diffuser for about 30–45 minutes at a time for the most effectiveness. Don’t leave your diffuser plugged in overnight. Fill up the diffuser with a appropriate amount of water and read the directions carefully. You may want to purchase a diffuser that has an automatic stopper after about 20–30 minutes of use, which means it will turn off on its own if you forget.
  • Keep all essential oils away from flames (candles, gas, etc.) as they can be highly flammable.
  • Make sure your home/room has good ventilation. Open up windows if the fragrance becomes too intense.
  • Don’t add carrier oils to your diffuser, which might cause it to break. Periodically clean your diffuser with soap and warm water to help it to work effectively and to prevent mold or bacteria from accumulating.
  • Do not use essential oils in a humidifier, since these are not made for essential oil use like diffusers are.
  • Use caution when diffusing essential oils that might irritate mucous membranes. These include clove, cinnamon bark, lemongrass, and  thyme oils.
  • Start slowly when it comes to diffusing oils in your home so you can test your reaction. If you have any concerns about specific oils worsening symptoms you’re experiencing, then ask your healthcare provider about their opinion.
extract from:  https://draxe.com/essential-oil-safety

 

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