Using plant extracts to promote good health and wellbeing is a part of human history as old as civilization. Sometimes plants were used as antiseptics, for hygienic purposes, rituals, healing, other times just for smelling nice. In modern days aromatherapy is taken seriously since it is proven to uplift both physical and emotional health.
There are many ways to introduce aromatherapy in your life. Thanks to the plethora of diffusers, inhalers, oils, creams, masks, candles, relaxation is always at hand. You can treat yourself with a facial, lite a candle, place a diffuser on a nightstand, but there is still one way you haven’t been considered, and it is an efficient one.
Aromatherapy at your home
If you want your home to smell nice, always fresh and scented you can do so many things and they all include your HVAC system. Thanks to the air circulation, the scent will circulate your home more efficiently making you feel blessed and calmed.
1. Scented HVAC filters
Filters are a necessary part of every HVAC system. They filter the air making it clean before it leaves the vents and reaches the room. Instead of using usual HVAC filters, you can replace them with scented types. They come in different aromas, so you can choose a different one for each room of your home. Isn’t that fun?
2. HVAC Air fresheners
There are many handy air freshener types you can easily place behind the grills. Usually, they have a sticky part you can use to attach them to the grills or vent sides. The scents are divine and, more importantly, long-lasting.
3. Aromatherapy improvisation
If you don’t have an air freshener at hand or scented air filters, for that matter, you can improvise, and the results would be surprisingly good. Use the essential oils, just a couple of droplets on a paper tissue. Wipe the inner sides of your ducts and enjoy the pleasant scented breeze all day long. There are many aromas to choose from, such as mint, lavender, apple, cinnamon, coconut, rose, chamomile, lemongrass, ylang-ylang, eucalyptus, tea tree, sage, orange, rosemary.
To create an extra clean and fresh home atmosphere, call us to schedule an HVAC cleaning appointment.