Certain essential oils like peppermint, cloves and anise will harm your dogs nasal passages as well as being potentially toxic. Other essential oils like tea tree or ylang ylang could produce other effects of poisoning. It is important to keep your dogs away from these oils, even in small amounts.
An oil diffuser is designed to get the best out of your essential oils in terms of health benefits as well as aroma. Certain rooms have different requirements and I know that I need a more intense scent in the kitchen then overnight in my bedroom. So we use different diffusers in different ways.
Wax warmers work by heating a max melt that will then deliver it’s aroma to the room. Some wax melts contain essential oils. An oil diffuser uses the process of fractioning to dissipate the essential oil around the room. Meaning no heat is applied and the essential oils benefits are not diminished.
It can be hard to know what the best alternatives are to certain plants in our gardens and kitchens. Some plants and herbs seem irreplaceable, however let’s look at substitutes for lavender in your home.
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