Can The Haze Vape work for Aromatherapy?

The Haze Vaporizer is designed to work with all oil extracts and herbal plant material to effectively isolate the active ingredient to be successfully inhaled, by-passing the harmful side products of combustion.

The Haze technology allows optimum temperature settings for most common aromatherapy ingredients reached and extracted from the material and inhaled in the healthiest way available.

Which type of treatements commonly use the Haze Vaporizer?

The most common usage of the Haze Vaporizer is in pain management for cancer patients, respiratory treatment of various lung related symptoms and as an overall relaxation aid for stress related psycological disorders. Haze Technologies work closely with several medical facilities nationwide, in the research and development of new methods for aromatherapy for pain management, using the natural plant extracts that are available worldwide

Some Background…

Aromatherapy is the practice of using volatile plant oils, including essential oils, for psychological and physical well-being.

Essential oils, the pure essence of a plant, have been found to provide both psychological and physical benefits when used correctly and safely. The Essential Oil Profiles area details over 90 essential oils. Absolutes, CO2s and Hydrosols are also commonly utilized in aromatherapy. Although essential oils, CO2 extracts and absolutes are distilled by different methods, the term essential oil is sometimes used as a blanket term to include all natural, aromatic, volatile, plant oils including CO2s and absolutes.

In addition to essential oils, aromatherapy encourages the use of other complementary natural ingredients including cold pressed vegetable oils, jojoba (a liquid wax), hydrosols, herbs, milk powders, sea salts, sugars (an exfoliant), clays and muds.

Products that include synthetic ingredients are frowned upon in holistic aromatherapy. It is important to note that perfume oils also known as fragrance oils (and usually listed as “fragrance” on an ingredient label) are not the same as essential oils. Fragrance oils and perfume oils contain synthetic chemicals and do not provide the therapeutic benefits of essential oils.