How to Increase Negative Ions in your Environment

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Bring peace and harmony into your life by increasing negative ions in your environment with the Rainstone Diffuser and certain essential oils

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Doing research on positive and negative ions, diffusers, and essential oils today, I found that the Rainstore Diffuser has a negative ionizer, which is a good thing. Our environment is full of negative and positive ions, positive ions being the “bad” ions. There are a lot of natural occurring negative ions around moving water (the ocean, waterfalls, thunderstorm, etc.). Maybe that’s why I like to take beach walks!

According to Abundant Health and multiple other websites, the diffusion of negatively ionizing oils can help balance the ions in the air and produce a more stress-free environment. They say that oils that ionize negatively when diffused include: bergamot, cedarwood, citronella, eucalyptus (citriodora), grapefruit, lavandin, lavender, lemon, lemongrass, mandarin, orange, patchouli, & sandalwood.

Raindrop diffuser and oils

Right now I’m diffusing bergamot, grapefruit, and patchouli. I am very drawn to grapefruit essential oil…the flavor and the smell. I’m not a big fan of patchouli, but find it pleasant when blended with other oils. In fact, Patchouli is used in perfumes, soaps, incense, and essential oil blends.

Grapefruit encourages feelings of joy, satisfaction, and playfulness. Bergamot can help relieve tension during times of occasional stress. While Patchouli helps create a peaceful and calming environment. (From Young Living website)


Google negative and positive ions to learn more.

Negative and positive ion oils


Here are some of the websites I used in my research:

Why Negative Ions Have a Positive Effect on the Human Body

Negative Ions Benefits for Your Health





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