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Vaporizer Aromatherapy Blends

Posted on Apr 15, 2015

NamasteVapes has always strongly promoted the use of aromatherapy in Vaporizers for the promising and proven health benefits of aromatherapy when inhaled safely via in vapor form. This week Kory reviews and offers some of the potential benefits from using our various aromatherapy blends we offer for sale as addons with our vaporizers. Check out the video below:



If you have any questions about the aromatherapy blends offered on our site, or suggestions for using it or other aromatic blends in your vaporizer, contact NamasteVapes today or check out our selection of aromatherapy blends for more details.

Video Transcript

Hey guys this is Kory from NamasteVapes. Thanks for tuning in today. I'm excited because today we're going to be doing something different in our video. I wanted to talk about the variety of dry aromatherapy that we sell on our website. As you can see we have a very large selection here. These are all organically grown dry blends that come from California. We package these and sell them on our website. These have become very popular and we see a lot of people ordering them as addons or accessories for their vaporizers due to lots of different kinds of health benefits they can provide.

We're going to go into a little detail today and talk about some of the benefits that each blend provides:

Kava's calming effect may help to relieve anxiety, restlessness, and sleeplessness. It has also been used as a home remedy to reduce stress related symptoms such as muscle tension and muscle spasms. Kava root has also been said to relieve minor aches and pains.

Chamomile is an anti-inflammatory agent and promotes good digestive health. Its effects are commonly used to relieve nausea, soothe nervous tension and anxiety, and promote restful sleep. It is said to relax both the mind and body.

Eucalyptus is widely known for it's antiseptic properties. It is often used in home remedies to combat viral and bacterial infections, to ease a sore throat or muscle pains, as well as to relieve sinus and lung congestion.

While the hops flower is generally known for brewing beer, it is also widely used in aromatherapy. Some would describe the effect as mildly euphoric and having some sedative qualities, while others simply use hops for its earthy, sweet and spicy flavour.

Lavender is widely known for its relaxing effect, as well as it promoting a feeling of well being. It is also said to act as an anti-depressant and to stimulate healthy blood flow.

Raspberry leaf is commonly used to treat stomach and digestion issues, as well as to help alleviate menstrual cramps.

Thyme is said to relieve hypertension, headaches, and to settle an upset stomach. It is a strong antiseptic and is therefore used in many home remedies to aid in treatment of upper respiratory infections. Many people use thyme in aromatherapy for it's great taste and its effects are said to be calming and relaxing.

Damiana is said to have a profound effect on strengthening the nervous system and is highly reputable for being an aphrodisiac. It is also commonly used to promote healthy urinary function, to lessen menstrual cramps and is also used as an anti-depressant.

Lemon Balm is known for its calming effects. It is said to relax the nervous system and to promote sleep. Some of its effects are beneficial in relief of headaches and it's effects are generally enhanced when used in combination with either chamomile or hops flower.

Basil can be used to settle an upset stomach. It has relaxing qualities and a soothing scent.


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