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Infuse your home or office with a fragrant blend of your favorite essential oils. The Tibet Mountain Ultrasonic Diffuser uses high-frequency ultrasonic electrical vibrations to create an ultra-fine aromatherapy mist. This quiet method of diffusion uses no heat, which maintains the integrity of essential oils and creates a safe environment. With two convenient modes for interval or continuous use, enjoy a cool mist anywhere, for up to 6 hours. Rotating LED lights create a colorful, soothing ambiance that can change or be fixed on your choice of 7 colors. This attractive diffuser was designed with safety in mind: it’s BPA-free, RoHS compliant and shuts off automatically when the water runs low.
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Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners use Chinese artichoke (Stachys sieboldii), a species similar to wood betony (Stachys betonica), for colds and flu.1 It is unknown whether wood betony would be useful for people with the common cold.
Wood betony (Stachys betonica) is used in traditional European herbal medicine as an anti-inflammatory remedy for people with sinusitis. Modern clinical trials have not been conducted to confirm this use of wood betony.
Native to Europe, wood betony is now planted in many parts of the world with temperate climates. The primary portions of the plant that are used as medicine are the leaves and flowers, though historically the root has also been used. There are many similar species originating from Eurasia, including Stachys sieboldii (Chinese artichoke, kan lu) and S. atherocalyx (hedge nettle).
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Suggested Use: Simply add 3-5 drops of your favorite essential oils for aromatherapy. To use as a sterilizer, add a few drops of alcohol or vinegar. To use as a humidifier, fill with water.
Capacity: 160 ml
Caution: Keep out of reach of children and pets. Keep device away from heat-emitting devices. Always operate in a well ventilated area.