All 7 MONQ Aromatherapy Hand-Held Essential Oil Diffusers
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Breathe organic plants! MONQ is blended and heated aromatherapy in a simple and portable device. Each MONQ blend is made from whole-plant extracts of organic and wild-picked fruit, citrus, and other florals.
Now you don’t have to know anything about essential oils to enjoy the benefits of aromatherapy. Just open a MONQ and breathe in as it diffuses an eclectic blend of organic plants.
- Safer Than Vaping
- 10 Unique Aromatherapy Blends
- Extracts from Wild-Picked Organic Plants
- Zero Tobacco, Nicotine, or Artificial Chemicals
- Relieves Anxiety and Enhances Mood*
Aromatherapy has been around for over 5,000 years and has been scientifically proven to relieve anxiety, enhance mood, and improve cognitive performance. MONQ (pronounced ‘MONK’) uses modern technology to deliver the same experience, anywhere!
Pick up the pace with natural energizers that make you feel fresh.
Orange | lavare
A clean detox. The predominant effect of Orange is its ability to uplift your spirits. As such, it tends to be helpful to those who are depressed. It seems to provide for additional energy when tired, notwithstanding its ability to provide for a peaceful calming experience. Some use it as an aid in detoxification.
Sage | salvia officinalis
Fights fatigue. Sage is able to assist in situations of general fatigue as well as depression and irritability. It seems to be both physiologically and mentally stimulating. Spiritually, it has a tendency to allow people to see more clearly and be more truthful both to themselves as well as to others. It can clear the air, such as when used for smudging a room with burning sage. Finally, as its name indicates, it seems to assist with memory.
Black pepper | piper nigrum
Increases your speed. Known for its warming feeling as well as stimulating circulation, the ancient Greeks and Romans used Black Pepper to help aid their athletes in performance and help heal their skin. It has also been used for it’s energizing and invigorating characteristics.
Vanilla | vanilla planifolia
Your favorite flavor, and a classic for easing frustration. Vanilla has been considered an aphrodisiac as well as an anxiolytic for centuries. This may well be because of its alleged calming effects. Others claim that vanilla helps to aid confidence and dissolve anger and frustration. It has been said that vanilla is an anti-oxidant with all of the attendant health benefits. Interestingly, it can also have stimulating and invigorating effects.
Thyme | thymus vulgaris
Known to enhance mood & boost concentration. For thousands of years, thyme has been reported to stimulate the body including improving circulation. Its uses have also included soothing the respiratory and digestive tracts, relieving headaches and “perking up” the immune system. It is also said to improve memory, calm nervousness and has more recently been used in people with depression and irritability.
Fennel | foeniculum vulgare
Grounding, and balancing. Fennel has been used in aromatherapy for centuries, and can help provide a soothing feeling to upset stomachs. There are some who say that it has almost magical properties, such as repelling negative energies and allowing you to concentrate on your own inner strength feeling grounded.
Cinnamon leaf | cinnamomum verum
Eases tension. Cinnamon is one of the very earliest spices used by humans, with historical records showing its use for a multitude of issues associated with the respiratory, gastrointestinal and urinary tracts thousands of years ago. Cinnamon’s warming properties may sooth the digestive tract, improve circulation and relax tense muscles. This may be one of the reasons it has been used for soreness for ages.
Turmeric | curcuma longa
Used through history to ease physical pain. Turmeric is known of course for seasoning foods, but also aids in reducing discomfort.
Marjoram | origanum marjorana
A warm restorative aroma. Marjoram is a delicately sweet variety of Oregano. Marjoram’s warming qualities boosts its use for muscle and joint discomfort. Some have said that Marjoram leads to a restorative sense. It has been widely used to benefit the digestive tract and to promote health and wellness.
Patchouli | pogostemon patchouli
An earthy aphrodisiac. Aphrodite – the Greek goddess of love, beauty, and pleasure – would have kept Patchouli in her quiver, had it been available at the time. Patchouli is one of the most aphrodisiacal substances known. It is widely associated with stress relief, and is known to be relaxing and grounding, yet sensual.
Jasmine | jasminum officinale
A fragrant, passionate flower. Jasmine has been used to alleviate anxiety, which can lead to a more desirable active mindset. Many relate this to its properties as an aphrodisiac, but there are many aspects to sexuality, and Jasmine is said to increase desire in both genders. As published in PubMed, Jasmine leads to an increase in subjective behavioral arousal or alertness.
Lime | citrus aurantifolia
A sensually invigorating citrus. Lime’s invigorating characteristics keep the body firing on all cylinders. Blended with aphrodisiacs, lime’s zest brings an alertness to the sensual.
Ease into peaceful slumber with natural relaxants enjoyed by Greeks and Romans in antiquity, and used in sleep-aid teas in modern times.
Lavender | lavare
A calming, soothing sedative. Lavender’s name comes from the Latin lavare, to wash, as it was a frequent additive to bath water in ancient Rome. It is calming, soothing and sedative. It has been used widely as an adjunct for people with difficulty sleeping. It appears to improve the quality of sleep if used in the evening. Some say that it eases muscle discomfort.
Lemongrass | cymbopogon citratus
Relaxes your nerves. Lemongrass provides calming effects by way of ‘relaxing nerves’ and reducing irritability. It has been used in eastern societies for those who have trouble falling asleep. It has been used to ‘brighten moods’ and is the ‘fresh lemony scent’ that is commonly found in a recently cleaned room.
Valerian | valeriana officialis
Inspires relaxed positivity. Valerian is a powerful central nervous system relaxant, and has been used just prior to bedtime since the times of the ancient Greeks and Romans. It may also be helpful in making you feel less ‘jittery.’ Some use Valerian as an aid to meditations. While Valerian’s strongly predominant action is that of a sedative, in fact Valerian has been called “all heal.”
Lemon | citrus limon
Revives & energizes the mind. This rejuvenating citrus gives feelings of being refreshed from its uplifting aroma. Purifying and vitalizing, lemon provides a vibrant hue to the day.
Ginger | zingiber officinale
Boosts attention and concentration. Primarily known to help relieve stress, ginger also induces a euphoric state of being. When paired with lemon, the pungent ginger flavor is balanced, providing a spicy-sweet aroma.
Spearmint | mentha spicata
Inspires fresh, restorative feelings. Perk up with this energetic, aromatic herb. Spearmint, known as being restorative and stimulating, is an inspiring herb for the active mind. A refreshing addition to the blend, spearmint is sure to tantalize the senses.
Find purity, sharpness, and coherence with this mentally relaxing blend made from raw plants used throughout history for meditative practices
Frankincense | boswellia carterii
Inspires peace and calm. Frankincense has been used since biblical times to awaken the spirit and balance the mind. It has been used in religious rituals for thousands of years and seems to help with visualization and imagery. In meditation practices it allows for a deepening of the breath that increases spiritual awareness and restores a sense of calmness and peace.
Orange | citrus sinensis
Uplifts your spirits. The predominant effect of Orange is its ability to uplift your spirits. As such, it tends to be helpful to those who are depressed. It seems to provide for additional energy when tired, notwithstanding its ability to provide for a peaceful calming experience. Some use it as an aid in detoxification.
Ylang-ylang | cananga odorata
Fights against stress and anxiety. Fruity, sweet Ylang Ylang has been used for its soothing effect on the nervous system, breath and heart rate. This calming combination relaxes the body, reduces stress and anxiety, and leads to a general feeling of wellness. Many claim that it can help overcome fear. Ylang Ylang has been widely used as an aphrodisiac, and all of these nurturing qualities are sure to elevate one’s mood.
Is MONQ an E-Cig?
No. MONQ is an Aromatherapy-based wellness diffuser, a modern update of an ancient tradition. It is not an e-cigarette, as it is completely free of nicotine, tobacco, artificial flavors and propylene glycol. MONQ is sometimes referred to as a vaporizer as it vaporizes the essential oils and wild plant extracts.
What’s In It?
For all 7 MONQ blends, USA-grown organic plants, when available, are extracted and then infused into 100% pure, food-grade vegetable glycerin, which the FDA recognizes as safe. Lab tests have found MONQ NOT to include formaldehyde, nickel, tin, lead or aluminum.
How Do I Use MONQ?
Breathe Therapeutic Air® into your mouth and exhale through your nose. This may provide the best experience because Aromatherapy is most effective when the aroma is closest to the nose’s Olfactory Nerve Endings.
Gentle puffs are sufficient and your mouth does not need to wrap very tightly around the device. Each MONQ should last at least a week or two when used like this, and will provide for approximately 200 gentle puffs.
Can Anyone Enjoy MONQ Aromatherapy?
Almost. However, people under 18 should not use MONQ. Neither should pregnant or nursing women. While not illegal for those under 18, MONQ does not want to encourage the familiar ‘hand to mouth’ habit in impressionable children. Some essential oils are uterine stimulants, and should be avoided by pregnant women.
Isn’t inhaling concentrated essential oils dangerous?
That is exactly correct. However, when you are breathing in MONQ Therapeutic Air, you are not breathing in concentrated essential oils. Rather, you are breathing in a custom formulated mix of dilute essential oils in a carrier base of pure organic vegetable glycerin.
Are There Any Research Studies Supporting These Claims?
There many actually.
♦ This study showed that “terpenes” (the secondary metabolites which make up aromatherapy fragrances) provide a variety of beneficial functions.
♦ In terms of human cognitive performance, a number of randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, balanced-crossover trials of single doses of GE (ginseng extracts) have demonstrated consistent improvements in the accuracy of memory task performance (161, 162, 163), improvements in the speed of performing attention tasks (163), and decreased latency of evoked potentials and topographical modulation of electrical activity as measured by electro-encephalography.
♦ A number of double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized, balanced-crossover studies in healthy humans have demonstrated improved memory (174–176), attention/executive function (176, 177), and mood (175, 177), following single doses of cholinesterase-inhibiting sage extracts or essential oils.
♦ Single doses [of 1,8-cineole a monoterpenoid from sage] administered to healthy adults were shown to improve attention, memory, and working memory/executive function task performance, and to increase subjective alertness (106).
♦ Valerian extracts (VE) have a long traditional history as mild sedatives and anxiolytics (179).
♦ In 1 study, valerian was also shown to be equivalent to benzodiazepines in sleep quality and waking symptoms in insomnia outpatients (190).
♦ A recent meta-analysis that included 18 studies (196) found that VE significantly improved sleep quality when measured by a simple subjective yes/no question.
♦ When applied by inhalation LA (Lavender Oil) has been associated not only with feelings of pleasantness but also with some improving effects on mood and anxiety (3) (4). (Many of the articles written on this site cite studies showing the benefits of Lavender on modern degenerative conditions.)
There are synergistic effects between various substances found in MONQ, and one clear inference you should take from this is that you cannot make conclusions on the action of MONQ as a whole based upon the actions of individual components. More specifically, MONQ has not been tested with respect to any of the alleged benefits that are described in this article.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Do not use MONQ if you are allergic to any essential oil.