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Raised Spirit unveils Aroma Diffuser and organic CBD Diffuser Oil

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The diffuser has been developed to help provide a calming environment and improve overall physical and mental wellbeing
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Hemp lifestyle brand and product house, Raised Spirit, has announced the launch of an Aroma Diffuser and organic CBD Diffuser Oil.

The diffuser has been developed to help provide an easy, safe and effective way to create a calming environment and improve overall physical and mental wellbeing. It uses ultrasonic technology to create vibrations which disperse essential oils as a fine vapour into the air in order to create an aromatherapy experience.

The product is designed to be used with Raised Spirit’s new CBD Diffuser Oil which features a blend of organic aromatherapy essential oils made from 100 per cent organic and vegan-friendly ingredients such as sandalwood, lavender and CBD essential oils.

“As a healthy lifestyle company, we’re always thinking of ways to encourage people to relax and unwind more easily,” said Nick Osipczak, founder of Raised Spirit, “the aroma diffuser provides a simple way of bringing that spa feeling into your home.”

Built with 14 low-energy LED lighting options, the product doubles up as a humidifier which is claimed to help keep airways moist and is capable of running for 10 hours with little noise.

As part of Raised Spirit’s commitment to the environment, the team decided to make the diffuser out of bamboo – a highly sustainable material because it’s the world's fastest-growing plant.

“We’ll continue to utilise bamboo in our other products which are currently under development,” explained Osipczak.

Alongside the Aroma Diffuser launch, the company introduced BABTAC-accredited spa treatments in March, designed to offer a unique holistic experience which draws from the best of different international healing traditions and cultures.

The treatments combine Raised Spirit’s CBD products with sound therapy, trigger-point release, Indian and Chinese massage techniques and custom soundtracks to guide the client through the experience which can either target the hands, feet and shoulders or the face, head and shoulders. Raised Spirit has also developed a full-body experience.

According to Osipczak, the company will also release two new products in the next three months, including an organic CBD Face Serum and a CBD candle made from 100 per cent organic ingredients.

Supplier: Raised Spirit

Raised Spirit CBD Spa Treatments (accredited by BABTAC) make use of the Raised Spirit natural skincare range - handmade in Oxfordshire using only 100% organic and vegan-friendly ingredients.

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