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Thursday, 6 April 2017

URPOWER 2nd Version Essential Oil Diffuser, 100ml Aroma Essential Oil Cool Mist Humidifier with Adjustable Mist Mode,Waterless Auto Shut-off and 7 Color LED Lights Changing for Home Office Baby - Getting Started with Aromatherapy



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Review URPOWER 2nd Version Essential Oil Diffuser, 100ml Aroma Essential Oil Cool Mist Humidifier with Adjustable Mist Mode,Waterless Auto Shut-off and 7 Color LED Lights Changing for Home Office Baby - Getting Started with Aromatherapy

This béàutifully styléd ultràsonic diffusér réàlly pumps out thé mist. àlso, it hàs à lot of intérésting féàturés, thàt I hàvé found uniqué to this modél. If you àré compàring diffusérs, trying to màké up your mind, héré's somé points you might wànt to considér with this modél. For stàrtérs, it hàs à wàrning sound for low wàtér lévél, powér up, ànd so on. Màny diffusérs don't comé with à méàsuring cup for thé wàtér, URPOWéR's diffusér hàs oné. It might séém liké à smàll point, until you hàvé unpluggéd thé wiré from your diffusér, to go to thé sink to gét wàtér, àbout à 100 timés. Suddénly, its thé littlé things thàt màké àll thé différéncé in convéniéncé. Thé LéD nightlight function, providés à lot of différént choicés, for thé light's color ànd inténsity. Whén you click thé LIGHT button, it togglés thru 1. kàléidoscopé colors, constàntly morphing thru thé ràinbow 2. dàrk réd 3. bright réd 3. dàrk blué 4. bright blué 5. dàrk yéllow, ànd so on, including whité, until it finàlly turns thé light bàck off. So you càn séléct morphing colors, or find your fàvorité color, or évén chosé thé color for somé "light héàling" thàt corrésponds to thé ésséntiàl oil you àré évàporàting. (Péppérmint is gréén, Oràngé oil is oràngé, Làvéndér is violét, Rosé is réd, éucàlyptus is blué....I'm suré you séé whéré I'm going with this.) Thé powér button hàs à stàrt up modé, with à gréén indicàtor light, ànd àn opéràtionàl modé, with à réd indicàtor. If thé unit runs dry, it powérs off. So no nééd to worry, whàt will hàppén if it runs out of wàtér during thé night. Nothing hàppéns, it just turns off. Finàlly, thé diffusér includés à cléàrly writtén, véry thorough instruction booklét.. évén though it only hàs two buttons, thé light button ànd thé powér button, péoplé hàvé quéstions àbout thé opéràtion, thé màinténàncé, or liké to kéép hàndy à troubléshooting list. URPOWéR is à consisténtly good compàny, with wéll màdé products, from my éxpériéncé. Théy includé à oné yéàr wàrrànty with this modél, which I'm suré théy'd stànd béhind.

à WORD àBOUT aromatherapy
I'vé béén pràcticing aromatherapy for àbout 25 yéàrs. You stàrt out with 6 oils, ànd béforé you know it, you hàvé 30 différént fràgràncés, ànd you'ré créàting your own mixés to tréàt àll kinds of illnéssés of mind, body ànd spirit. You névér wànt to try to diffusé thosé chéàp "fràgràncé oils". Thosé will only créàté à nàsty film, ànd gunk up your diffusér's ultràsonic céràmic disk. Only buy 100% puré ésséntiàl oils, for your diffusér. Of coursé, àny scént thàt you connéct to, is thé bést scént for you. Find à héàlth food storé, or évén à làrgé supérmàrkét with à héàlth food séction, ànd you'll find àn aromatherapy displày with téstér bottlés. Sméll à féw, thén stop. Thé nosé càn only récognizé à néw scént, for so long. (Wé àcclimàtizé to sméll so fàst.) If you don't livé soméwhéré néàr à héàlth food storé, or you just wànt to délvé right in, I récomménd oné of thosé "ésséntiàl oil stàrtér kits", with 6 or 8 différént oils. (Thésé kits usuàlly contàin Làvéndér, Péppérmint, Oràngé, éucàlyptus, ànd màybé Lémongràss or Téà Tréé oil.) Pérsonàlly, I might buy thé Làvéndér, Péppérmint, Oràngé, éucàlyptus, but àdd à couplé of moré éxpénsivé oils thàt àré typicàlly uséd for incénsé. For éxàmplé, Myrrh, pàtchouli, piné, or à pérsonàl fàvorité, cédàrwood oil. Its inéxpénsivé, ànd hàs à lot of bénéfits, including béing à bug répéllént. If you wànt to usé your diffusér on your bàck porch, ànd hàvé probléms with mosquitos, why not considér buying somé citronéllà oil? Instéàd of oràngé oil, à moré subtlé scént is oràngé blossom, or évén bérgàmot oil. (à fàvorité blénd for héàdàchés, is thé clàssicàl vérsion of éàu dé cologné, which is làvéndér oil 3 drops, bérgàmot or oràngé oil 3 drops, ànd 3 drops of rosémàry oil. It rids you of héàdàchés in à jiffy.) If you réàlly stàrt to gét intéréstéd in thé subjéct of aromatherapy, or évén thé history of pérfuméry, ànd incénsé, théré àré no shortàgés of books to purchàsé. Its liké àny othér àrt form. If you stàrt to léàrn to plày àn instrumént, your éàr will dévélop moré sénsitivity to sounds, to thé béàuty within àll typés of sounds, ànd thé rélàtionships of oné noté to ànothér. Thé sàmé is trué of aromatherapy. In fàct, musicàl lànguàgé is uséd to déscribé thé scénts. à top noté is thé most éàsily détéctéd scént, ànd most éàsily évàporàtéd. (Liké bérgàmot oil). Thé bottom noté, or bàss noté, làst thé longést, ànd às in music, tiés togéthér àll thé othér scénts in à mix. (Pàtchouli ànd sàndàlwood oil, àré both bottom notés.) You càn just dip your toé in thé wàtér, ànd gét à bottlé of làvéndér oil for rélàxing, ànd à bottlé of péppérmint oil for colds, or to pérk up, or you càn discovér thé àmàzing world of scént àll àround you. Bést of luck on your àdvénturé. If you hàvé quéstions, just post in thé comménts, ànd I'll try to ànswér thém for you.

I wàs providéd à fréé aromatherapy diffusér in éxchàngé for àn honést réviéw.

Comments on Review URPOWER 2nd Version Essential Oil Diffuser, 100ml Aroma Essential Oil Cool Mist Humidifier with Adjustable Mist Mode,Waterless Auto Shut-off and 7 Color LED Lights Changing for Home Office Baby - Getting Started with Aromatherapy

W.T.Hoffman says:
wow. I hope she grows out of that. OK, I'd suggest starting with clary sage, and lavender oil. Even rose oil (which is expensive), could be added. For a cheaper alternative, maybe some Ylang ylang oil. The clary sage will have a mild sedating effect, and the Lavender is relaxing. The Ylang Ylang oil is cheering. (The rose oil, brings feelings of love.) Since there's fear involved, that's why you want the rose or ylang ylang. The clary sage will help with sleep, as will the lavender. (Or at least help her relax a little bit, when or if she wakes up terrified.) Naturally, the essential oils will only be an adjunct therapy. Have you guys tried melatonin? Or drinking catnip, and chamomile tea? I had night terrors, when I tried to use an antidepressant once. No fun. Also, keep an eye on what she's watching on TV....I'm sure you've already done that. I so hope she improves.
4 drops Lavender
4 drops clary Sage
2 drops rose, or Ylang ylang oil.
If nothing else, her bedroom will smell beautiful. Best of luck to all of you.

Laura W says:
Does yours turn off automatically? That's a deal-breaker for me as well. The Amazon listing I'm looking at says that it's an updated version of the diffuser. Is that the one you bought?

Sharon Rood says:
Thank you for the suggestions. We will certainly give your recipe a try and are looking forward to a restful nights sleep for her.

W.T.Hoffman says:
Hi Laura. All ceramic disc diffusers turn off automatically. If they don't do that, the disc breaks. From what I can tell (I've reviewed maybe about 10 of these) the part of the diffuser, which makes the cool mist, ie the ceramic disc, is the same in all machines. It's like the LED light show. Same components. The only thing that seems to change, are the size of the tank, and the way the disc can be directed to operate. (intermittent mist, 3 hours, 1 hour, 6 hours, Lots of mist, a little mist, etc.) I've only seen one diffuser, that DIDNT have the LED light show. (It was just a white night light.) They're surprisingly similar, once you look past the outer design.

I'm not going to swear to it, but I'm pretty sure I got the updated model. (Someone asked me a question about the diffuser, and it was obvious her model wasn't like mine.) I hope I answered you question. I probably over-answered it.

Mr. Mr. says:
Here is the response from that poster you failed to understand. I'll write it in your parlance...

If you can't understand "click 'right key' switch and the aroma diffuser shuts off automatically" is not clearly written to your claims, what can I say?

"Listen, don't worry so much about little things... you seem to zero in on things to complain about."

You mean like your rambling diatribe to her on grammar, clear communication, language, and zodiac sings? You're funny. I think you've been sniffing more than oils.

Emily Goldman says:
Hi there,
I recently purchased rose oil from young living and it was soooo expensive that now I'm afraid to touch it lol! Could you recommend ways to use rose? Do you have any skin care recipes using rose oil?

Thank you!

W.T.Hoffman says:
You bought undiluted rose oil? wow. OK, you have options. As with Sandalwood oil, its pretty expensive, but that's because it takes 60,000 roses to make one ounce of rose oil. So a quarter oz of rose oil, is made from 15000 roses. That's why its SO fragrant. Most people dilute Rose oil into jojoba oil, at a ratio of 1:10. You need another clean, empty, small (used essential oil) bottle, made from brown glass, a (new) eye dropper, some jojoba oil, a steady hand, and a brave heart. You don't need to be too exact, but fill up the brown glass with rose oil about 10%-15% full. Now, add the jojoba oil to that, with the eye dropper. You want about 90% jojoba oil, and 10% rose, but you can vary that a little bit, if you want that to be stronger. After you get the oils in the bottle, screw the cap down TIGHT. Shake it up. Now, you have rose oil that is more practical to use. Your bottle of rose oil will last a long time. But remember, the smell of roses evaporates fast. Your rose oil can loose some of its sent, if you try to keep it for years. Rose oil has MANY excellent properties.
1. CONTROL ANGER --- maybe because the smell of roses is so yin, so feminine. It could be due to the next property
2. SPIRITUAL LOVE -- The smell of roses is holy to Mother Mary, as well as Shakti in India. Do you know about Amma, the hugging saint? Go to AMMA.org. if curious. Here's the thing. She sells "holy scents" on her website, and they are all roses. Roses have been connected to spirituality, especially feminine spirituality, for a long time.
3. FEMALE COMPLAINTS -- What is termed "hysteria" (derived from the ancient greek word for Uterus), or female hysteria, was a collection of nervous complaints, PMS, maybe fainting when it was popular, etc. Since the rose is so YIN, the effect is sedating, relaxing, emotionally comforting. There was a reason why guys gave women chocolates and roses.... a chemical in the chocolate is not unlike the effects of being in love, and there's something in scent of the rose, which make a woman sort of "sentimental", and comforted. (for lack of the poetry to explain this better, I might fall back on Gertrude Stein's "a Rose is a Rose is a Rose" cubist language.)

I think you're going to have a lot of positive results with the rose oil. When my mom died, I bought a bottle of rose oil for her. She was pretty upset about knowing her time was up. Then, when she was in the hospice situation here at home, I used it a lot. Then, when she died, I immediately anointed her with as much of it as possible. It was her send off from me. Roses just have that uplifting quality to them too. Since the sense of smell and hearing persists longest during the death process, I'm sure she SMELLED the roses, even when she was more or less out cold. And other smells are around, during the death process, you need to cancel. I hope you never have that situation, but if you do, pull out the rose oil. It's really special. I think Frankincense and Myrrh are spiritual, maybe in a more YANG way, but ROSE is probably just as spiritual, if not more. However, its that YIN, mysterious, internal feminine spirituality that it seems to evoke. ITs the smell of LOVE. What heals better than love?

W.T.Hoffman says:
Hey Mister Mr.
I see---your a virgo too.
What I told the lady, was to relax. People who get upset over nothing, are not happy people.
However, I'm glad you think I'm funny.
Virgos tend to like my sense of humor.

J. Mahoney says:
I actually AVOID products that beg or buy reviews from top posters. It's a desperate attempt. Top posters rarely post a negative review too. If they do, other brands won't send them "free", I mean, low cost items to review. It's rigged and I'm notifying Amazon of my contempt on this matter.

Brenda says:
The beginning of this note was pretty rude.

W.T.Hoffman says:
Hey JM---Wazup?
Listen, I avoid it. but I KNOW people do post fake five star reviews. I don't. I test the product, if I want to, and then post a review. (I'm asked to test about 20 products a day. I accept about 5% of the offers. Because I INSIST on testing the products, and it takes time.) As for negative reviews, yup, they're in my list. However, as long as the product does what it CLAIMS to do, and I don't see any problems, I'll give it five stars. Its hard with some products, since what can you say? They either work, or they don't. When it comes to books, music, movies, its easier to apply a five star rating system. However, if you don't like the way the ratings work, I doubt ANYBODY is going to care. If you think the game is rigged (and believe me, I do know that not all reviewers are really testing these products, so I understand your thinking), then just don't read any reviews. My reviews are not suppose to be "RALPH NATTER" exposes about bad products. Its just to give a little more information, on a product. That's all I supply. The fact is, a lot of these products might not be reviewed at all, if they didn't mail them to us top reviewers for review. Or, the only reviews posted, might be negative reviews, and how would THAT help anyone? The truth is, if I don't think a product looks any good, or I wont like it, I just don't review it. Maybe that's why you don't see a lot of negative reviews for minor electronics in my list. I bet others have that opinion too.

By the way, I don't have contempt for your question, or your rationale for asking it. However, if you asked me about healing with aromatherapy, or something like that, maybe I could have helped your anxiety, which is coloring your world in such a negative way. SO---the next time you see a review you think is rigged, and youre filled with contempt, take a whiff of lavender, and clary sage. Maybe it'll help you relax, instead of spreading this negativity around. Isnt the world bad enough already? Don't you have ANYTHING nice to say to me? C'mon JM, I'm not the bad guy here. I'm just someone psyched about spreading the Aromatherapy good news.

Colorgirl says:
Dear J. Mahoney,
I have spent some years as a top poster on a variety of sites over time and I have to take exception with your statement. I only give honest reviews. If I don't like something, I say it. If I love something, I say it. Because I have spent so many years dependent upon reviews to do shopping at various times when I could not shop in person, I try to write the type of review I would like to read about an item. Please take a step back and try not to lump everyone in together, because there are always exceptions to generalizations. There are still a lot of us out here who take reviewing seriously and keep in mind that there are very few FREE products out there. They cost reviewers something.

Cheryl Dean says:
Is this device operated by usb power cord, electrical cord or battery?

W.T.Hoffman says:
hi Cheryl
This one works with an electric cord, you plug into a wall. (It has a transformer.) I"ve reviewed a couple of diffusers that work off USB cables. Those type are not very big, and they don't push out much cool mist. I like them, coz you can run the USB diffusers off a solar battery pack for example. I keep a USB powered diffuser in the kitchen, with citronella oil in it, and use it on the picnic table outside. I've never seen any that run via battery.

W.T.Hoffman says:
hi Cheryl
This one works with an electric cord, you plug into a wall. (It has a transformer.) I"ve reviewed a couple of diffusers that work off USB cables. Those type are not very big, and they don't push out much cool mist. I like them, coz you can run the USB diffusers off a solar battery pack for example. I keep a USB powered diffuser in the kitchen, with citronella oil in it, and use it on the picnic table outside. I've never seen any that run via battery.

Jan Marie says:
I have read that night terrors stem from memories of ones sudden, traumatic death in a previous life. My son suffered them, but, sadly, we did not know much about reincarnation back then. He was put on antidepressants, which just created more issues. If I had it to do all over again, I would have tried to help him work through his traumatic memories from the past so he could let it go and move forward in this life. Good luck. I know how unsettling night terrors can be!

W.T.Hoffman says:
That's an interesting theory. Its new to me. I've read things that if you're afraid of water, you drowned in a previous life, if you're afraid of heights, maybe you fell off a roof and died. I was told once, that I was beheaded in a previous life. (I was a Peruvian priest, who divulged esoteric secrets to the uninitiated.) And guess what? I've had neck surgery, with several discs in the neck that are badly herniated. So is there a connection? Maybe. Probably, if you believe in these things. I suppose with night terrors coming from a previous incarnation, you can't treat the cause. So, all you can do is treat the symptoms. One thing to watch out for, is the type of ambient sounds in the room. The other night, I woke up horrified. As it turned out, I fell asleep watching YouTube videos. And you know how they will play videos in a list? Somehow, a video was playing called "The 10 weirdest sounds on the internet." It included an audio track that was designed as psychological warfare during the Vietnam war. The Viet cong were afraid of the spirits of their ancestors. So the US ARMY made this totally freaked out audio track, of ghost sounds from the depth of hell, and played it at night thru the jungle. It was super weird, and played in the backround when I was asleep. I woke up, freaked out. Probably a night terror. (at least a nightmare.) So, try to find some good ambient audio track. OCEAN WAVEs might not be good, if you drowned in a previous life. Something that approximates the sound of leaves rustling in the wind. (Also, not ambient gunfire and ambulance sounds, next to a busy highway.) I believe if you make sure the smell and sound environment is at least neutral, if not pleasant, then you'll sleep better. Not much is experienced from the senses during dreams, except smell and hearing.

Colorgirl says:
ROTFL- WT, thanks for the laugh. That was pretty funny. ;D

CJ says:
I tend to not believe any reviews that were written by people who were given products for discounts or free. I bought a few of those items with 5 stars before realizing that they were freebies but they were junk to me. I NOW READ REVIEWS FIRST AND IF MAJORITY WERE FREE, I PASS.

Colorgirl says:
Hey, CJ, PBI, but I wanted to add a comment here for you to consider. I have done product reviews for years- whether I have bought the products myself or whether they were given me as a discount, etc. Many times I also find it annoying when everyone seems to declare the wonders of a product and I find it to be really bad. I depend on reviews for most of my shopping, and I write them just as I want them to be written to help me buy things.

Sometimes companies get mean back but many times they don't. I have never understood why people feel the need to write a great review for a product they were given, as I know it happens with some people. I did want to point out that now it is RARE to get something for free- reviewers have to claim value of products but do not have the luxury of returning them for refunds, so they could have to claim value for a piece of junk. If it is terrible it is terrible. People need to know that. And not everyone has the same results with products too, I understand that.

I have been stung a lot of times too just like you, so I appreciate what you just said. I also can not return things but still have to report value even if it is awful. I just wanted to let you know that from the other side of the fence, from someone who does reviews.

APB says:
So, I bought a diffuser, looks identical to this one, almost identical description, but by a different company. I'm returning it because it the mist goes up about 6 inches and then falls to the ground. I can barely smell the EO unless I put my nose into the mist, and then it barely smells (that's with 3 drops of 100% Lemon). Is this normal for these small diffusers? They say it's good for a small room, but I would only use this in a small closet and I would need to put it up on a really high shelf. I'm new to aromatherapy, but I would think that a decent diffuser would have a mist that actually is able to diffuse through room, even if I was to have it on the floor. This is like the mist is too heavy. Please give me some advice based upon you various experiences.

W.T.Hoffman says:
HI. Well, that is odd, what you're describing. Here's what I think is going on. First off, lemon oil tends to evaporate VERY fast. The smell doesn't stay strong in the air. Also, only putting three drops of oil into a diffuser, isn't very much. (I know they say use 2-3 drops, but I put in 10 or 20 drops all the time. When it gets to the bottom, the water is sort of white, from emulsified oils, but I just add more water, and a few more drops of oil.) So perhaps try using a few more drops of oil (7-8), and perhaps add in some lemongrass oil, along with the lemon oil. The combination might stay in the air longer. Also, it takes a little while for the aroma to diffuse thru a room. I have a fairly large bedroom, maybe 16 feet by 18 feet. A medium sized diffuser will put out enough scent to fill the room. BUT.....it takes about 30 minutes to work. When the mist comes out of the diffuser, you see it for about 6 inches. Then, the "dryness" of the air, absorbs the water vapor, and its no longer seen. IT just becomes humidity. The essential oils at that point, become diffuse. So, please give your diffuser another trial. I recommend this:

CITRUS FRESHNESS
7-8 drops of LEMON OIL
2-3 drops of LEMONGRASS OIL
3-4 drops of ORANGE OIL (Or grapefruit oil.)

If you don't smell that from your diffuser, I don't know what's wrong. Maybe your sniffer isn't sniffing properly.

Lisa G. says:
Young Living & Melaleuca have the highest quality of Essential Oils by far!!! Let me know if you have more questions or want more info about these companies, I can help! Thanks & have a great day!!
Lisa Granda
wellnessathome@yahoo.com

Tom says:
LOL Do you really think people can't see though that non sequitur post, which has nothing to do with any dialog here? You're a "distributor". Both Young Living and Melaleuca are pyramid schemed MLM businesses, whose garbage oils give a bad name to other reputable lines.

Lisa G. says:
No I'm not a distributor of YL oils only a customer. What in your mind makes them garbage oils? Thanks

Myrna says:
What do you think of artnaturals? I am a newbie and have never tried oils... and looking for something for insomnia issues. Also, can this diffuser be run with the light off?

Tom says:
I corroborated my statement on the oils and you selling both, and you reported that to Amazon for deletion. No matter, the truth is there for anyone to see and research for themselves.

Amazon Customer says:
I just cried reading your tribute to your mom. God bless you honey!

Colorgirl says:
Hi Myrna,
I know you did not ask me, but I thought I would add a little input just in case you were interested. I have used oils from various brands from Doterra to Young Living, to Edens Garden, to Plant Therapy, to Now, and quite a few more brands which I won't bore you with a list.

Art Naturals are a decent oil. I have a few of their blends and also have a few singles. Most of my experience with them is that they are not quite as concentrated as the brands like the first four I mentioned, and they don't tend to be quite as nice therapeutically. However, they are great for using in household products like dish liquid hand soaps, air fresheners, etc when you don't want to waste very expensive oils on things like that. Their prices tend to be very reasonable for what you get.

They pack their stuff beautifully, and they are nice middle of the road oil. As for health benefits, I would say not as much as from other brands I have tried.

But a great aroma in the diffuser if you are not looking for health effects, and household products they are economical and decent.

I hope that helps even a little. :)

K Kollinz says:
Palo Santo from Young Living has helped many with sleep disorders. Many of them dilute this into a roller ball bottle and rub the oil into their feet (mainly under the toes, what they call the ball of the feet). Others use Cedarwood and Lavender mix. Others have used Lavender and Frankincense mix. There is also an oil called Tranquil that others swear by. Some diffuse it, some apply it topically. Be careful with this one though as it is said to cause "dreams" in some users. There is another mix of Lavender and Release. Another to try is White Angelica and Lavender.

Colorgirl says:
K Kolinz, I was just looking at Palo Santo! Glad to hear of the input. I have to say I have used one sleep blend that did give me vivid dreams. I had to stop using it. I can not remember what oil it was in it that prompted that as it was a while ago not. White Angelica is intriguing too. Glad you posted!

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