The composition and function of rattan aromatherapy

Update:12 Mar 2018

Rattan aroma is generally composed of aromatherapy cont […]

Rattan aroma is generally composed of aromatherapy containers, rattan, aromatherapy essential oil (used to add additional liquid) volatiles and other components. As for the volatilization of rattan aromatherapy, rattan volatiles are generally used. There are vines, sunflowers, handmade takraw balls, and so on. Of course, the volatiles also have real flowers and real grass. A great feature of aroma-free is the convenience and safety. Mostly, the volatiles are first taken out, then poured into the aroma liquid (you can do it once without pouring it). So that the volatiles are immersed in the liquid a little and then the rattan can be inserted.

Rattan aromatherapy English name (Reed Diffuser) also rattan volatile liquid, literally translated as reed diffuser, line called "rattan aromatherapy", "no fire aromatherapy." A simple combination usually requires only one container, rattan, and aromatherapy oil. The container is usually a glass bottle, ceramic bottle or plastic bottle; the rattan is usually rattan, willow/rattan or reed; the essential oil is obtained by diluting the natural essential oil or artificial essential oil with a diluent (water/alcohol/perfume solvent, etc.) Aromatherapy oil. Rattan aromatherapy is a very popular indoor flavoring product in Europe, America, Japan, Korea and other countries. It is equivalent to air freshener and can keep indoor air fresh. It is an environmentally friendly air freshener and furniture daily necessities.