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Feb 19, 2009
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If the recent vaping crisis has proven anything, it's that you should be sceptical of snorting any chemical/oil down into your lungs.
I honestly don't get this whole oil craze.
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May 1, 2011
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acidcaribou wrote: If the recent vaping crisis has proven anything, it's that you should be sceptical of snorting any chemical/oil down into your lungs.
I honestly don't get this whole oil craze.
Something to keep in mind for sure, but very different when it comes to direct inhalation. Everything’s being tested now so just stay with big brands and all good

Great deal, thanks OP. Wish I could have bought another
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Oct 14, 2019
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acidcaribou wrote: If the recent vaping crisis has proven anything, it's that you should be sceptical of snorting any chemical/oil down into your lungs.
I honestly don't get this whole oil craze.
you mean the vaping black market chinese thc oil crisis?
not seeing how this compares
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acidcaribou wrote: If the recent vaping crisis has proven anything, it's that you should be sceptical of snorting any chemical/oil down into your lungs.
I honestly don't get this whole oil craze.
Just yesterday the news put out that it’s linked to vitamin e, which is banned in Canada already.

We use dōTERRA essential oils, have every oil they sell. Diffusing them definitely makes a room smell great and natural, unlike a synthetic air wick/glad plug in. Using the purist oil is said to have therapeutic health benefits. I thought my wife was crazy, but after 5+ years having them in our house, I get it now.
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Red Flag deals folks aren't receptive to "essential oils". Prepare for downvotes.
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pres_00 wrote: Red Flag deals folks aren't receptive to "essential oils". Prepare for downvotes.
These aren’t essential oils. They’re essential mist oil diffusers. It’s all a marketing sham.

Instead of eg, using pure peppermint for a peppermint essential oil, they use a peppermint additive in a carrier oil.
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Apr 25, 2012
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Question.....can we use the diffuser with oil I already own? I buy my oil from Spruce Canada which sells pure oil.
Koodo $40/8GB+5GB addon

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